The environment is important and we take responsibility as a demolition and deconstruction business, to recycle, donate or reuse and re-purpose much of the materials we remove from a project. We excel in meeting and exceeding environmental standards set forth by the state of Colorado and each individual county.
Partners for Humanity
The Hammy Award
Habitat Hammy Award
Colorado Demolition & Deconstruction was nominated for the Habitat Hammy Award for our commitment to the Habitat mission demonstrated by the
“The entire Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity St. Vrain Valley would like to thank you for the generous donation of materials through the years. Your support of our mission to provide decent, affordable housing in our community makes us all blessed.”Theresa Pickners • Board of Directors | Habitat for Humanity St. Vrain
“Thank you for removing my deck. Not only did you take down the deck and left the area free of debris, you did so with no footprints through my flower beds. You moved my trash and recycling bins back, you gave me the wood donation receipt, and your job came in under budget! Thank you for your quality work and your “above and beyond”. I’ll continue to give you rave reviews and commend you whenever I get the chance.”Janice | Denver Resident
SEE HOW WE DO IT
Deconstruction is the selective dismantlement of building components and is used specifically when the desired outcome is to reuse or recycle the materials from a project. Demolition is the expedient removal of a structure or parts of a structure with little or no separation of materials for landfill diversion.
Here in Colorado, it is mandated in certain counties that “deconstruction” methods be used rather than “demolition” to adhere to state standards for a clean environment. Deconstruction also offers specific tax deductions to offset the costs when using deconstruction over demolition as many materials can be donated for reuse.