The Homrich Difference
HOMRICH takes pride in our solid track record of safe, high-quality services and professional, on-time results. From project planning, site preparation and demolition work, to waste removal, environmental safeguarding and site restoration, HOMRICH delivers superior service with on-time, under-budget results.
We have the experience, capabilities, and resources – including our own landfill and recycling subsidiaries – to complete projects of all sizes and scope. We are equipped to handle special concerns such as underground storage tank removal, contaminated soils, and asbestos and lead abatement.
HOMRICH is the single-source solution for all of your demolition contracting needs.
Contact HOMRICH about your next project today or speak to a HOMRICH professional by calling (734) 654-9800.
Tennessee Valley Authority Shawnee Fossil Plant Coal Unloading – Paducah, KY
General Project Scope: As a subcontractor to Southern Marine, HOMRICH performed decontamination, asbestos abatement, and demolition of coal unloading structures, coal conveyors and associated structures on the Ohio River. Conveyors were removed via crane and conventional demolition means. The scope of work required extensive planning, e.g., PE certified lift plans, and safety protocol due to […]
Tennessee Valley Authority Colbert Fossil Plant – Tuscumbia, AL
General Project Scope: HOMRICH is concurrently performing decontamination and demolition. Decontamination includes asbestos abatement, loose and flaking paint removal, universal waste removal and other regulated waste removal, and transportation and legal disposal offsite of all removed wastes. Specific decontamination activities include removal and off-site disposal of uncontaminated coal dust, the removal, transportation and off-site disposal […]
MDOT Gordie Howe International Bridge Site – Detroit, MI
General Project Scope: To prepare for construction of the Gordie Howe International Bridge connecting Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan, HOMRICH completed environmental remediation and demolition of over 2-million square feet of structures. The project included 165 residential buildings, 21 commercial buildings and 11 industrial sites. Highlights include the following: Demolition/Restoration: Over 200,000 tons of debris […]
CSX Stanley Yard – Walbridge, OH
General Project Scope: The rail yard operates a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that collects, treats, and conveys storm water from the fueling platform to a series of retention ponds via subsurface conveyance. The WWTP consists of weirs and oil-water separators and conveys treated effluent to a series of four hydraulically connected retention ponds that ultimately […]
Black River – Bangor, MI
General Project Scope: HOMRICH crews removed the contaminated sediment from the riverbed and disposed of it off site. Removal involved mechanical excavating and hydraulic dredging. Excavators were used to remove underwater debris while using turbidity curtains to prevent a release of sediment into downstream areas. A dredge was used to pump contaminated sediment into large […]
Joe Louis Arena – Detroit, MI
General Project Scope: HOMRICH was contracted by the City of Detroit to perform abatement of Joe Louis Arena, former home of the Detroit Redwings. Due to the overall project schedule, abatement activities were performed in two separate phases. Phase I included removal of 60,000 square foot of gypsum ceilings hung above the upper seating, miscellaneous abatement, and […]
EMU Boilers – Ypsilanti, MI
General Project Scope: Opterra Energy was retained by Eastern Michigan University to upgrade the University’s Central Heating Plant. Plans called for removing a gas fired turbine, gas fired boiler and replacing the units with updated equipment to meet the University’s current needs. Opterra contacted HOMRICH to remove the existing units and associated equipment to prepare […]
WSU Chatsworth – Detroit, MI
General Project Scope: The Chatsworth Building is located on the campus of Wayne State University and is a 9-story, 110,000 square foot, historically significant building used for student housing. As part of an overall renovation project, HOMRICH was tasked with the interior demolition. Prior to demolition, HOMRICH completed asbestos abatement throughout the building. Interior walls, […]
Detroit Diesel – Detroit, MI
General Project Scope: HOMRICH performed selective demolition in Detroit Diesel’s engine, axle, and transmission plant. Piping and ductwork associated with the HVAC system was removed inside the plant, while rooftop equipment was removed during the second phase of the project. Demolition occurred during the plant’s normal operating hours. HOMRICH took special care not to disrupt […]
WSU Helen DeRoy – Detroit, MI
General Project Scope: HOMRICH was contracted by Gilbane Building Company to demolish the 15-story, 206,000 square foot Helen L DeRoy student housing building located on Wayne State University’s campus. The project included a number of challenges associated with an active university campus, including an aggressive milestone schedule, asbestos and hazardous material abatement, the overall height […]
May 1, 2020, we had a major fire that virtually destroyed our golf course maintenance facility. As you can imagine I have dealt with numerous entities to get up and running again, insurance companies, builders, gas, electric, water, permits, licensing, etc. Without a doubt, HOMRICH was the best group I worked with. I cannot say enough good about the experience with them.
HOMRICH demolished the landmark La-Z-Boy former world headquarters building for the City of Monroe in a high-profile location during the global pandemic in 2020. Through challenges related to this health emergency and numerous other complications with unknowns related to this large facility, they were highly professional, timely, and fair with pricing and schedule adjustments. We hope we have the opportunity to work with this local contractor and community partner many more times in the future.
HOMRICH performed exceptionally on the UM Ruthven Museums Project. The project consisted of two very unique scope elements, the mass demolition of an existing structure and the selective demolition of the remaining structure, which required different approaches. At the mass demolition scope, HOMRICH coordinated with multiple other trades to complete the complex phasing of the demolition, excavation, and earth retention system. At the selective demolition scope, HOMRICH provided supplemental engineering analysis of the existing structure to support their detailed demolition plan, managed multiple mobilizations for select activities, and managed their subcontractors.
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