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2017 Safety Day Article!
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NADC Conducting Routine Aerial / Forklift Training -The training consisted of classroom training as well as hands on training. - www.nadc1.com
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NADC INTRODUCES CANADIANDISMANTLING.COM Come Check Us Out!
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Happy Thanksgiving From North American Dismantling Corp.
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October 2016 Dan Brown, NADC Safety Coordinator, Represented North American Dismantling (NADC) as a presenter at the Michigan Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association Fall Conference this year. Safety is top priority when it comes to work performed by NADC employees. This again shows dedication and commitment to the safety practices of all NADC and Client Employees Alike. 
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NADC recently completed a selective demolition project on a power plant in Providence, Rhode Island. The power plant, tasked with producing and distributing natural gas to many Northeastern States, required removal of catwalks and barge lines extending from an existing tank to the water’s edge of an adjacent river.

View full article at: http://nadc1.com/articles/Working_On_the_Water_Article.pdf
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In February 2015, NADC completed the total demolition of two buildings along with their contained boilers, including all related equipment and structures. The paper mill located in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, required three months of environmental cleaning before demolition could begin. Once underway, the project featured the demolition and removal of two boiler buildings consisting of boiler houses, processing equipment, piping, ductwork and a precipitator structure. In addition to the contract, NADC also dismantled and removed a large steel structure known as the “Chipper House”.


Due to limited access, NADC followed a strict safety regiment. NADC incorporated their specialty excavator, a Volvo High Reach Excavator with a total reach up to 120’, to assist employees in dismantling the structure into small pieces. With no room to sort material, all debris and salvage materials had to be removed from the site hourly. Small pieces of the structure and interior equipment were strategically lowered to the ground for processing by other employees and equipment. NADC held daily strategic safety planning meetings with the paper mill representatives to allow for ongoing plant operations.

Despite the space restrictions and added structures, NADC was able to complete the job safely, on time, and on budget. Through the utilization of a full time Site Safety Engineer, which represented NADC at daily meetings with the paper mills safety and management personnel, the project was completed with no recordable injuries, near miss incidents, or damage to adjacent buildings, structures or trestles.

NADC received a letter of appreciation from the paper mills Project Manager stating gratitude for the hard work, effort, and safety practices used by all NADC employees on the project.



Excerpt from Appreciation Letter – Paper Mill
Project Manager

“The Safety Directors experience and commitment ensured the project was completed safely without damage or injury”

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NADC Assists City of Flint in Blight Crisis
By Dustin Marcicki │ September 20, 2016


In 2014, NADC started in a campaign to help the City of Flint fight their blight crisis. Through demolition, land clearing, and reseeding, NADC has been helping Flint pave the way to a cleaner, greener, better looking future.
An estimated 19,800 structures (one third of Flint’s properties) consisting of residential homes, commercial structures, and vacant lots are in run down and dilapidated conditions. It is the goal of NADC, the City of Flint, the Genesee County Land Bank Authority, as well as other companies, communities and organizations to rehabilitate Flint and restore the beauty it once held.



Blight is defined as “unwanted property conditions that stem from the presence of vacant properties”. Through demolition and dismantlement of approximately 5,500 vacant and blighted structures, 5,000 residential structures (one out of every eight houses) and 450 commercial structures (one out of every six business buildings), NADC is continuing to assist Flint and the Land Bank in accomplishing their goal.


NADC’s land clearing capabilities are also aiding Flint in the removal of an [over 71,000 tons] of garbage and debris through seeding, mulching, and planting of clover in the cleared lots, NADC has been able to support clean growth and a greener future for Flint and the Land Bank.


NADC is currently on its 17th bid list with the land bank and has demolished, cleared, and re-seeded, in total, over 950 residential and commercial structures. Flint’s total residential vacancy exceeds 7.5 percent of all housing (highest percentage nationwide), with NADC’s expertise in demolition, land clearing and re-seeding, along with the help of other companies, communities and organizations, Flint and the Genesee County Land Bank Authority are slowly but steadily rehabilitating Flint and accomplishing their goal of a cleaner, greener, better looking tomorrow.


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