HOUSTON, TEXAS (April 5, 2013)— Cherry, the Houston-based demolition and recycling company, has been named C&D (Construction & Demolition) Recycler of the Year by the Construction Materials Recycling Association (CMRA) as the organization announces its 2013 Industry Award Honorees. CMRA is a national trade organization that promotes the safe and economically feasible recycling of the [...]
Houston Mayor Annise Parker recently sat atop a Cherry excavator as it took a huge chunk out of one of the Inwood Oaks apartment buildings in northwest Houston. Cherry took on the job of demolishing the dilapidated 22-building, 242-unit complex, which had been vacant for more than four years. The City is using federal funds [...]
HOUSTON, TEXAS (Sept. 30, 2012)— Houston-based Cherry, specialists in industrial demolition, dismantling, asset recovery and recycling, has won a 2012 APEX (Award for Project Excellence) Award from the Houston chapter of Associated General Contractors (AGC) in AGC’s bi-annual award ceremony held recently. AGC honored Cherry for its safe and efficient deconstruction of 711 Polk, a 28-story former [...]
Sept. 24, 2012— Cherry, the Houston-based recycling and demolition company, will participate in the 9th annual American Solar Energy Society (ASES) Houston Solar Tour to help showcase solar energy as an alternative energy source. Cherry, as one of the largest recyclers in the Texas and the Gulf Coast, has long been an advocate for sustainable [...]
Aug. 30, 2012–Cherry celebrated its 60th year of operation by inviting its customers to join in festivities that marked the business milestone. More than 300 Cherry customers attended this year’s annual Customer Appreciation event that trumpeted Cherry’s 60 years in business. Customers enjoyed refreshments and good conversations, and more than half of them walked away [...]
Mike Nall, CFS, has joined Cherry, the Houston-based recycling and demolition company, as Safety Manager in the company’s transportation services area. As Safety Manager, Nall is responsible for transportation safety involving Cherry’s five stabilized plants, four recycling centers and its portable crushing operations.
Cherry has opened yet another stabilized material plant, giving the company a total of five stabilized facilities in the Greater Houston Area. This newest plant produces stabilized sand and base material for companies located primarily in northwest Harris County, northern Fort Bend County, Waller County and Montgomery County.
Cherry, the Houston-based recycling and demolition company, has named Matthew R. Ling its Chief Counsel.
Previously, Ling was an associate at Mansour & Associates and also worked as a clerk in both the Harris County District Attorney’s Office and The O’Quinn Law Firm.
Cherry, the Houston-based recycling and demolition company, earned an award of merit in the Associated Builders and Contractors’ (ABC) 2011 Excellence in Construction Awards competition.
Cherry’s 4th recycling center now located in Hitchcock HOUSTON, TEXAS (October 17, 2011)— Cherry, the Houston-based recycling and demolition company, is making it easier for Galveston County businesses to recycle deconstruction waste. Cherry has just opened its fourth recycling center—the newest of which is located in Hitchcock, Texas. The new 14-acre Hitchcock Recycling Center, located [...]