Large, complicated projects can be dangerous and costly. This is why CJ Builders is careful to minimize risk while maximizing work efficiency on even the most challenging jobs.
Our engineers begin large projects by first assessing a host of critical factors including:
Only after this information is analyzed do our engineers devise strategies that ensure safe, cost-effective work is performed exactly to our clients’ specifications.
Once on site, CJ Builders’s project managers lead a dedicated force of skilled technicians to complete their objectives. Using specialized equipment, the CJ Builder’s team can execute the demolition and removal of waste, equipment, salvage and other hazardous and non-hazardous materials while the facility is completely shutdown, temporarily shutdown or fully operating.
CONSULTING & SITE SERVICES
As a full-service contractor, CTI offers an array of demolition-related services, including planning and feasibility studies, complex rigging and removal, robotic breaking, hydraulic breaking/splitting, and hydro and conventional demolitions.
On-site versatility is optimized by the availability of interchangeable jaws. CJ Builders utilize Material Processors providing solutions for concrete, steel and rebar processing, building and bridge demolition, and recycling. Interchangeable jaws provide superior results in demolition, concrete processing and scrap recycling.
CJ Builders is the only contractor in Puerto utilizing the Eco-Crusher a revolutionary bucket, jaw crusher that attaches onto an excavator, reducing cutting, hauling and tipping costs.
This innovative recycling product is changing onsite preparation as we know it by cutting hauling and tipping fees out of the contractors cost. This, added to onsite convenience, increased productivity, lowered downtime, fewer employees and higher profit margins, in an ever-changing economy, has secured CJ Builders in the construction marketplace of Puerto Rico.
A fully automatic, oscillating ducted fan with a high pressure misting system that creates a Virtual Dust Barrier.
» Saves Money DustBoss® reduces labor costs, freeing a man for more important tasks. It uses less water, saving even more in disposal fees since waste material weighs significantly less.
» Better Coverage DustBoss® models blanket between 12,500 25,000 square feet with up to 200 50 micron-sized dust-attracting water particles, the optimal size for agglomeration of dust particles.
» Easy To Use DustBoss® can be operated and adjusted by a single person. After a short 30-minute set up, it runs 24/7 until you shut it off.
» Better Dust Suppression DustBoss® creates an ultra-fine mist that attracts dust and drives it to the ground.
Construction and demolition (C&D) materials account for almost 22 percent of the waste stream. Many of these materials can be reused or recycled, thus prolonging our supply of natural resources and potentially saving money in the process.
Common C&D materials include concrete, lumber, drywall, metals, masonry, carpet, plastic, pipe, rocks, dirt, or green waste related to land development. Of these, metals are the most commonly recycled material while concrete makes up the majority of debris that still goes to a landfill.
Reuse and Recycling
Reuse and recycling of C&D (Construction & Demolition materials is one component of a larger holistic practice called sustainable or green building construction. The efficient use of resources is a fundamental tenet of green building construction. This means reducing, reusing, and recycling most if not all materials that remain after a construction or renovation project. Green building construction practices can include using aggregates reclaimed from crushed concrete, or grinding drywall scraps for use on site as a soil amendment.
At the end of a building’s life, demolition generates large amounts of materials that can be reused or recycled, principally concrete and other types of masonry, and drywall. Rather than demolish an entire building, consider “deconstructing” all or part of the structure. Deconstruction is the orderly dismantling building components for reuse or recycling. In contrast to demolition, where buildings are knocked down and materials are either landfilled or recycled, deconstruction involves carefully taking apart portions of buildings or removing their contents with the primary goal being reuse. It can be as simple as stripping out cabinetry, fixtures, and windows, or as involved as manually taking apart the building frame.
Through careful planning, reuse and recycling of C&D materials can actually be more economical than disposal.