BHP Osage Plant Demolition
The Black Hills Power Osage Power Plant was the first of four (4) power plants slated for demolition and awarded to Independence Demolition. All four plants included complete environmental decommissioning, demolition, removal and site restoration.
This site specifically included demolition of approximately 2,700 GT of structures and equipment and the substation associated with the plant. The environmental scope of work included asbestos abatement, acid tank cleanup, removal of all universal wastes and fly ash / coal residuals, lead & mercury abatement, and draining of all oils. Final site restoration included cut/fill of nearly 10,000 cubic yards of dirt, grading, topsoil re-spread and seeding.