Military facilities need regular maintenance and upgrades as the needs of each base changes. Facilities may incorporate older buildings or expand into other properties as the fighting force’s requirements expand in the 21st century.

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Barracks, Hangars, and Officer’s Quarters

The Department of Defense routinely combines facilities to make military operations more streamlined. Even if a base closes, adding personnel to another base means more people in the same space as before. Military bases may have to purchase living quarters just off base to make room for more officers. Old hangars or drydocks may need to come out of mothballs after decades of neglect and misuse.

Upgrading Your Base

Environmental Demolition Group’s select demolition services come into play to modernize facilities and bring them up to current standards.

Our team abates asbestos, mold, and other contaminants found in older buildings that are otherwise in working condition. We will remediate environmental contaminants so your military personnel and on-base civilians have living quarters or workspaces free of hazards. This allows your fighting force to focus on the day-to-day operations of defending our country and our freedoms.

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Bases With Contaminated Structures

Military bases are rarely new, and many of them sit in the same places they have since World War II. Even National Guard armories and training facilities often have buildings that date back to the 1950s during the Cold War. Ancient structures on the East Coast even predate 1900.

Military structures need remediation of asbestos, mold, and other contaminants to comply with federal regulations. But it also helps to maintain a healthy force that can be called to action at a moment’s notice.

Contact Environmental Demolition Group

Environmental Demolition Group follows all government regulations for abatement, remediation, and removal of contaminants from military facilities. Contact us for more information.