HOUSTON, TEXAS (July 20, 2009)—Cherry Demolition, Inc. is the new name of Cherry Company’s division that focuses solely on industrial demolitions. Previously, the division’s activities were grouped under the broad umbrella of Cherry Demolition, which also includes the demolition of interior, commercial and residential structures.
Cherry Demolition, Inc. was created to differentiate industrial demolition activity, which focuses on the dismantling of entire plants, process units, partial units or individual pieces of process equipment. These industrial demolitions are specialized projects that often are more complex than other demolition projects.
Industrial projects could include demolitions of refining, petrochemical, chemical, pipeline and hydrocarbon storage, steel and metals fabrication, aviation infrastructure, pulp and paper and power plant structures.
“We offer a stand-alone division that specializes in industrial demolitions because these jobs demand constant employee training and site-specific planning to meet our customers’ strict requirements,” said Mark DeWitt, Division Manager, Industrial Division. “One thing that hasn’t changed, however, is that we remain committed to Cherry’s pledge of full-service professionalism with any job we undertake.”
Cherry Demolition, Inc. provides protection to its customers with its unlimited bonding capacity and multi-million dollar insurance coverage, which allows the division to support a project of any size. Further, the division has a carriers’ rating of A XV by A.M. Best Company.
About Cherry Companies
Cherry, based in Houston, Texas, was founded in 1952 and has grown to meet and exceed the changing demands of customers, communities and governing bodies. The company delivers a wide range of high-quality services in industrial, commercial, residential and interior demolitions; asset recovery; and waste management. Its complete cycle of capabilities includes: safety-first demolition contracting for an industrial site, office building, or home; environmentally conscious supply of recycled concrete; cost-effective removal of road and highway materials; superior resources for stabilized materials; and professional recycling of demolition and other industrial waste. For more information, see www.cherrycompanies.com.