Posted on June 3, 2020

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.