HOUSTON, Texas, July 26, 2019—Cherry Demolition announced it has achieved the Diamond Level in the Associated Builders and Contractor’s STEP safety management system. Founded in 1989, STEP participation demonstrates safety leadership and a cultural commitment to safety performance. STEP applicants measure their safety processes and policies on 24 key components through a detailed questionnaire with […]
For the past three years, AGC Houston has conducted its Safety Stand-Down for two weeks to increase member participation. Companies of all sizes conduct toolbox talks (both in English and in Spanish) on a variety of topics such as identifying specific hazards, safety equipment inspections, accident prevention and conducting rescue plans. “Exposing construction workers to […]
Cherry Companies demolished the former Houston Chronicle headquarters, an amalgamation of five different buildings that came together over the course of over 100 years. Read about it in DEMOLITION Magazine here.
With 8 council members present, including the newly elected mayor of the city of Garland, TX, Cherry began demolition of Sam Walton’s original Hypermart. The Hypermart concept was envisioned to be a “mini-mall” of sorts, larger than what would become Super-Walmart. However, the concept never took-off. As quoted by one a Cherry crew members after […]
Houston, Texas, 2018 – Where the Southmore St bridge once stood, is now open highway. Over the weekend, Cherry Companies demolished the bridge as part of the on-going SH 288 expansion designed to improve operational efficiencies along a 10.3-mile stretch within the SH 288 median (from the SH 288/U.S. Route 59 interchange to south of […]
Joe Rizzo, Vice President of Business Development at Cherry Companies, is quoted in the Southwest Regional Spotlight article, Onward and Upward, in the Jan/Feb 2018 issue of C&D Recycling Magazine. Have a look! https://magazine.cdrecycler.com/article/february-2018/onward-and-upward.aspx