Complete abatement of 3 large boilers at the Plymouth, Michigan Consumer's Energy power plant.
The project was completed on-time and under-budget. Large projects are our specialty.
University Data Center Remediation
CASI constructed elevated scaffold deck containment at a major university in Michigan and abated the ceiling and asbestos containing spray applied fireproofing. This design allowed for the continuous operation of the data center which runs the entire university throughout the duration of the abatement project.
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We had a small window of time to complete a large project for the University of Michigan.
Deaerator Tank abatement project completed inside a fully functioning power plant.
University of Michigan Ruthven Museum Building 2018-2020
The Ruthven building, which was built in 1928, is an 185,000 square foot building was the home of The Museum of Natural History and its three research museums: the Museum of Anthropology, Museum of Paleontology and the Museum of Zoology, as well as a planetarium and several academic units, including the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. After the relocation of the Museum of Natural History at the University of Michigan from its longtime location in the Ruthven building to the new Biological Sciences Building, the university began a $150 million renovation of Ruthven to host administration, research and teaching space. The project consisted of the demolition of a 34,000-square-foot addition to the building, while constructing a new 100,000-square-foot addition in its place for actively learning classrooms and an auditorium. The space also would be provided in the renovated facility to conduct formal and informal meetings of the U-M Board of Regents. The total abatement cost for this project to date is $980,000.00.
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Various locations of interior demolition and abatement of asbestos containing spray applied fireproofing at a Mid-Michigan hospital.
Our team minimized disruption at a busy regional hospital.
University of Michigan Edward Henry Kraus Building 2018-2019
The approximately 183,000-gross-square foot Edward Henry Kraus Building was constructed in 1915 and houses the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. This project will enable the School of Kinesiology to consolidate its programs and operations currently in the School of Kinesiology Building, the Central Campus Recreation Building, and leased space to Kraus and provide space for future growth. A deep renovation of 159,000 square feet was performed as well as construction of a 62,000-gross-square-foot infill addition within the exterior courtyard. The overall project budget was $120 million. The total abatement cost for this project was $975,000.00.
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Whole boiler intact removal and remote disposal project at a major university in Michigan.
This method of removal was the most cost effective and saved the client several weeks of abatement and demolition.
Theodore Levin United States Courthouse - Detroit, Michigan 2017-2020
The Theodore Levin United States Courthouse (also known as the Detroit Federal Building) is a high-rise courthouse and office building located at 231 West Lafayette Boulevard in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The structure occupies an entire city block in downtown Detroit. The building is named after the late Theodore Levin, a lawyer and United States District Court judge. There are 24 courtrooms, six of which are historic, including the Million Dollar Courtroom. The Levin Courthouse serves the District Court and supporting federal agencies by providing courtrooms, chambers, and office space. The four-year project at the historic courthouse is one of the largest projects the General Services Administration has undertaken in Detroit in many years. The work was completed without having to relocate building tenants to external space. The 770,000 square foot building remained fully occupied through the duration of the project. In 2017 Certified Abatement Services was awarded the contract for asbestos and lead paint abatement by The Christman Company for the mechanical and selective architectural upgrades throughout the building. The total cost of abatement was $5,310,000.00.