The day after Hurricane Sandy made landfall, NewRoads Environmental had mobilized a work force of 100 laborers responding to water damaged properties. Generators, pumps and all necessary equipment were on site to allow for crews to work around the clock getting businesses back up and running. The team performed more than $1.7 million of disaster recovery work on eight buildings in just 30 days.
NRE was awarded the contract for the removal and disposal of asbestos and hazardous materials for the decommissioning of the former power plant. Asbestos removal included three, 9 story high boilers, thousands of feet of pipe and tank insulation to name a few.
NRE was contracted to perform the complete interior demolition of building W70. The work involved to removal and demolition of all walls, ceilings and floors containing asbestos. The aggressive schedule required approximately 80 laborers per day at the project site. The project is on schedule and within budget.
NRE was awarded the contract to remove 1,000,000SF of PCB flooring mastic and concrete floors. NRE used in house blast track machines and blast track operators to perform the removal of the flooring mastic on schedule and within budget.
NRE was awarded the contract to remove all interior building materials as asbestos waste from the six-story South West Pavilion Building. This building was scheduled for structural demolition after all hazardous materials were removed by NRE. This work was completed within a functioning hospital. NewRoads attention to detail when safely removing hazardous materials is practiced daily with our in house safety team.
NRE was awarded the contract to remove asbestos, lead and PCB containing materials as part of a $600,000,000.00 renovation of new manufacturing and assembly operations. The renovation project is the largest U.S. investment the company has made since 1995. The renovation took place while maintaining a functioning plant with over 4,000 employees.
NRE was contracted to load and dispose approximately 80,000cyds of asbestos contaminated soil. This project required NRE to work closely with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to ensure public safety throughout this process.
NRE was contracted to perform the asbestos abatement of walls, ceiling and floors within an active dormitory for the construction of a new 18 story elevator. This project was completed within two phases on time and within budget.
NRE was contracted to remove underground transite piping and asbestos soils during the mass excavation for the construction of the new casino. This material was not identified during the preconstruction of the project, therefore the work had to be performed safely and efficiently in order to not delay the overall project schedule.
NRE was awarded the contract for the removal and disposal of asbestos and lead materials from the nine story building. Asbestos materials included, windows, roofing, multiple layers of flooring and ceiling tiles. The removal of the hazardous material made way for the demolition of the building’s interior prior to rebuilding and adding additional floors to the building.
NRE was awarded the contract to complete the removal and disposal of asbestos fireproofing from an active office building as part of a large interior renovation project. The project involved multiple phases and strong communication with all other contractors to complete the project without disrupting building tenants.
NRE was awarded the work to perform the demolition and asbestos abatement of approximately 30 dormitory room common areas, 30 kitchens and 60 bathrooms. This work was performed over an aggressive 2 and half week summer schedule. The work was completed on time and within budget.
NRE is an approved vendor with Boston University contracted to perform many asbestos abatement projects throughout the year. Projects vary from emergency calls to repair a pipe leak with asbestos insulation or performing asbestos abatement for building renovation projects.
NRE was awarded the contract to remove exterior windows with asbestos caulking from one building. The work was performed following an aggressive schedule during the summer. The work was completed on time and within budget.
NRE is called upon to perform various asbestos abatement projects throughout the constant renovations of the hospital. The medical field and hospitals are always evolving and NewRoads is always on board to remove the hazardous materials to make way for renovations.
NRE was contracted to perform the asbestos abatement of floors, pipe insulation and other miscellaneous building materials. This project was part of an aggressive summer schedule. NRE completed the project early and within budget.
NRE was awarded the contract to remove the asbestos & PCB containing exterior building and window caulking from an occupied office building. The project involved multiple phasing and working together with other contractors and their work to minimize the construction impact to an active office.
NRE is an approved vendor with Harvard University. NRE performs many asbestos abatement projects for the university of all sizes and values.
NRE was contracted to perform the removal and disposal of asbestos and PCB materials from the former government building, police statation and 1st Congressional Church prior to building demolition. Unforeseen hazardous materials were discovered during the abatement process. However, NRE was able to react, respond and resolve the issue working closely with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
NRE was awarded the contract to remove all asbestos materials, such as floor tile, mastic, walls, ceiling and pipe insulation from the interior of the building in order for a clean structural demolition. This work was performed within an active hospital. The project was completed on time and within budget.
NRE was contracted to perform the removal of the asbestos containing materials as part of the project to update the existing Boston Public Library. Throughout these renovations, the library remained opened to the public. Renovations included large windows, flooring and air handling units to name a few. This renovation project won the Preservation Massachusetts Paul & Nikki Tsongas Award in the Biggest Impact – Urban Category.
NRE will complete the asbestos abatement scope of work in late December of 2017. This included the ductwork and air handler demolition throughout G building which is a 3 story structure in the center of the campus. This scope included extensive damproofing mastic removal on the East and West foundation walls in full containment. NRE also abated/demolished thousands of linear feet of ductwork and air handlers with asbestos containing mastic. All work was completed in full negative air containments in an active campus environment.
NRE was awarded the contract for the Senate Chamber Renovation project. This included extensive abatement of large ductwork in the Golden Dome above the Senate Chamber, flooring removal at the Senate Lobby adjacent to the Govenor’s office. NRE was not low bidder on this project, yet was awarded due to the presentation of means and methods and extensive experience in extremely sensitive environments. This work in the dome was completed ahead of schedule with the final phase to be completed mid-January 2018.
NRE was contracted to perform the removal and disposal of the lower level of flooring in the Theatre. This included the demolition of all the seating and multiple layers of asbestos flooring. NRE is currently on site creating openings in asbestos containg fireproofing to facilitate new steel tie-in’s on the upper level above the stage. This includes the demolition of terra cotta and steel reinforcement above an active work area three stories below. NRE is abating a variety of materials throughout this historic theater and will be on-going through most of 2018.