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Costello Dismantling Awarded Newton North High School Demolition Project

Posted June 29, 2010 by


Newton city officials recently awarded the $7.6 million Newton North High School demolition project to Costello Dismantling Co., Inc. of Middleboro, MA.






“We did extensive background checks and satisfied ourselves that Costello was the right company for the job”, said Newton Alderwoman Sydra Schnipper.



“The demolition will be tricky because of the school’s location within the neighborhood,” said Bob Rooney, Newton’s chief operating officer.  “Despite the destructive nature of the process, demolition will require a delicate touch. It’s like trying to get an elephant out of the china cabinet without your parents hearing.  We chose Costello because they are very sensitive to close environments, and have a high track record for recycling as much of the demolished building material as possible.”



In November 2009, Costello Dismantling became the proud recipient of the Demolition & Recycling International Award in Amsterdam for the Environmental and Recycling category.



The 37-year-old, 445,000-square-foot structure was shown to be contaminated with asbestos, lead, mercury and PCB’s, which must be removed under highly-regulated procedures.   Costello Dismantling will be teaming up with Springfield-based American Environmental, Inc., an abatement company with whom they have worked in the past.  With their extensive experience, Dan Costello, president of Costello Dismantling, feels they are well-prepared for the task at hand.



Demolition is scheduled to begin mid-July, 2010 after the final clean-out of the building. Costello has pledged to finish the demolition by March, 2011.  The new school, built alongside its 1970’s-era predecessor, is set to open in September, 2010.

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Charter Environmental is Moving

Posted June 24, 2010 by


CHARTER is pleased to announce its expansion and relocation of its headquarters.

Our new location is a LEED Silver Certified mill building located in Boston’s historic South End.  Please make note of our new contact information effective as of 06.28.10.

560 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118

P: 857.246.6800   F: 857.246.6885


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Tech Environmental to perform Acoustic Studies for the Deepwater Wind Block Island Offshore Wind Farm

Posted June 15, 2010 by


Tech Environmental, Inc. of Waltham has been awarded a contract to provide the on-shore and underwater sound impact assessment for Deepwater Wind?s eight-turbine project in Rhode Island State waters south of Block Island.  Work is expected to begin later this summer.  Tech provided the noise and underwater acoustic support to the recently-approved Cape Wind Project.  The Block Island Offshore Wind Farm is Tech?s 30th wind energy project.

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