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Why Choose Us

  • Expert Construction Services Since 1926.
  • Fully Integrated General & Civil Construction, Demolition, Recycling and Remediation Services.
  • Unique Knowledge of the Industries We Serve.
  • Fully Insured.
  • $40,000,000.00 Bonding Capacity. 

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Recent News

News & Project Activities


Demolishing a housing project in the Naugatuck Valley.


Selective Demolition to support the architectural façade for redevelopment.


Using the high-reach to take down a commercial structure.Full Article

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Multiple underground tanks removed at a current site.

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Full Article - Demolition of Mercer Coal


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Letter of Award for the demolition of an abandoned Waste Water Treatment Facility in eastern Connecticut.

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Stage 1 Complete on I-84 - Hamilton Ave. Bridge concrete deck and parapet removed.


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Construction Services

Construction Service

Project management is the heart of a successful project.  At Stamford Wrecking, project management starts well before the work at the site commences.  Stamford Wrecking’s project management team provides pre-construction specification and budgeting analyses, work plan formulation, job buy out, and review, health and safety planning and implementation, field supervision, subcontractor and supplier coordination and job close out. We use the latest computer and field technologies.  All projects are managed in conjunction with our estimating, scheduling and document retention procedures.


Services We Offer:

  • Pre-construction project design and feasibility reviews
  • Budget development and review
  • Specification review
  • Project Equal Employment Opportunities review and compliance
  • Health & Safety implementation and management
  • Ongoing budget and scheduling management
  • Claims prevention and management
  • Subcontractor and supplier coordination and oversight
  • Field supervision
  • Close-out documentation
  • Archival documentation