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Experts in industrial and commercial demolition and excavation
For 30 years, Wrecking Corporation of America has provided demolition services to major industrial, commercial, and government clients in the Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland metropolitan areas and across the United States.
Specialists in meeting the challenges of high-profile projects, Wrecking Corp.'s extensive expertise encompasses work both on urban sites and sprawling multi-building complexes, as well as in the selective demolition involved in renovation and restoration projects. Wrecking Corp.'s record of success demonstrates the knowledge and experience of our staff and explains why we are a trusted partner for the general contractors and real estate developers behind the projects that shape the landscape of the region.
Wrecking Corp. has been part of some of the area's most prominent projects, helping pave the way to the area's future by moving high-profile construction projects forward on time and on budget. We've completed hundreds of large-scale demolition projects, from huge low-rise commercial developments, to multi-story buildings in excess of 300 feet tall, as well as entire multi-structure, industrial complexes.
No two buildings are quite the same, so no two demolition projects are identical. Building materials and techniques have changed over the years, and every demolition project is a new challenge that demands a contractor who understands the structure and how to bring it down safely. That's where Wrecking Corp.'s staff excels. Over the years we've seen almost every kind of job imaginable. Our portfolio of successful work includes some of the best-known projects in the Washington area, including Reagan National Airport, Tysons Corner Mall, Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts, the Lorton Prison complex, Columbia Hospital for Women, the Willard Hotel, the old Washington Post Office, the old Washington Convention Center and numerous high rise buildings along the Pennsylvania Avenue and K Street corridors.