Full Demolition

More About Waldorf

Waldorf Demolition, a privately held entity, traces its roots back to 1933. The company is owned by Joseph; James; and Michael Marrone, who serve as the firm's directors/officers. Waldorf offers a full range of services and a great depth of experience in:

  • Full Demolition
  • Interior Demolition
  • Construction Debris Removal

Safety is our #1 Priority

At Waldorf, a safe working environment for our employees and our customers is a #1 priority. All of our operators and laborers have completed the OSHA 10 hour safety training program. At each site, there is always a supervisor who has earned certification for the 30 hour OSHA Contractor Supervisor safety training program, plus New York City Construction Supervision certification.

Types of buildings we specialize in:

  • Office and Apartment
  • Factories
  • Power Generation Facilities
  • Bridges
  • Schools and other public and private institutions
  • Federal projects

We're Green With Environmental Responsibility

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) was developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and provides a set of standards for environmentally sustainable construction using a Green Building Rating System. The system promotes design and construction practices that reduce the negative environmental impacts of buildings while improving occupant health and well-being. In deconstruction projects, the LEED system is designed to optimize recycling of construction and demolition debris.

Waldorf begins the LEEDs process at the job site where materials are separated by waste streams, metals, ferrous and non-ferrous for recycling:

  • Brick, block, and concrete are separated for hauling to a recycling facility as recycled concrete aggregate (RCA).
  • Paper and glass are separated and hauled out for recycling.
  • For fast, safe, and efficient hauling. Waldorf employs a fleet of dump trucks, roll-offs and containers.

Debris is then hauled to a committed transfer station with a rail siding in North Bergen, NJ, Then the separated debris is hauled by rail to our affiliated licensed landfill site in Ohio.