WasteCap’s certified deconstruction consultants can provide the following services packaged together or selected a-la-carte:
Deconstruction should be beneficial for the property owner. WasteCap will assess the building to ensure deconstruction is the right choice for you. WasteCap will provide a preliminary salvage inventory, logistical advice and a list of potential safety concerns. WasteCap will help finding an appraiser to value donated materials for IRS tax documentation and preparation.
WasteCap can recommend skilled contractors to complete your deconstruction project, find outlets for salvageable materials, and handle all waste management contracts. WasteCap will work alongside the deconstruction contractor to ensure that your materials are handled properly and the maximum amount of salvageable items are donated.
Creating a deconstruction materials management plan is essential in the success of your project. WasteCap will develop and implement a plan that will:
Through site visits and inspections, WasteCap will ensure your materials are being separated correctly to meet your landfill diversion target. On-site instruction and education for material processing will alleviate inconsistencies and maximize material recovery. This will also minimizing waste sent to landfills. WasteCap will handle official signage for your site to comply with new city ordinances.
WasteCap will track all salvaged items from your deconstruction project and report all donated items to your appraiser. WasteCap will work directly with you and your appraiser to ensure that all proper IRS paperwork is completed.
If you are interested in a deconstruction proposal, WasteCap will need the following information:
Are you ready to pursue deconstruction for your property? Contact WasteCap today.
Did you know, the City of Milwaukee now requires one to four unit residences constructed in 1929 or earlier to undergo deconstruction rather than demotion?