The contract for the demolition and abatement of North Mare Island Building 755 was awarded to Silverado Contractors, Inc. of Oakland with City Council approval on July 8.
Silverado Contractors provides a full spectrum of demolition services, including complete building removal as well as structural and interior demolition, with the experience and resources necessary to meet any demolition challenge.
As demolition is the company’s primary focus, Silverado Contractors provide proactive solutions and ensures a level of safety and professionalism. Previous experience includes demolition of the Bank of America Clock Tower, Boarding Area “A” of the San Francisco International Airport, Building 590 – Former Oakland Army Base, the Old Del Monte Plant 51, and others.
Work for the demolition of Building 755 will comprise abatement, removal and disposal of asbestos containing materials, lead-based paint and lead containing materials, and building structure, as well as recycling of non-hazardous materials and the transportation and legal disposal of all debris.
A demolition permit is being obtained from Bay Area Air Quality Management District and a pre-construction meeting with Silverado Contractors will be scheduled for August. Work is anticipated to begin by September. Building 755 is located between Railroad and Walnut Avenues.