Midwest Wrecking Co. of Texas, Inc. is a Dallas & Fort Worth demolition and implosion company serving all of North Texas. We partner with general contractors, trade contractors, individuals, developers, governmental agencies, public and private institutions. With 31 years of demolition and implosion related experience, Midwest can handle any job regardless of size. Our comprehensive demolition & implosion solutions include:
- Building demolition including recycling, LEED tracking, debris removal & legal disposal
- Interior demolition, selective demolition
- Asbestos abatement
- Pre-demolition asbestos survey
- Power plant dismantling
- Paving removal
- Bridge demolition
- Salvage services, recycling & LEED tracking
- Land & tree removal
Midwest Wrecking is our professional approach to demolition. We handle the job quickly and deliver on what we promise. And while implosions provide a better show, conventional demolition can sometimes be the more practical choice. Either way, we’ll provide the right solution.
Sometimes you don’t want to knock the entire structure down. Sometimes a job may require selectively removing a building façade or turning one building into two. Other times it’s simply a matter of making sure nothing gets demolished that isn’t supposed to be. Our company specializes in difficult or complex demolitions.
Our team has successfully coordinated and completed numerous implosion projects, including Landmark Tower in Fort Worth. At 35 levels and 407 feet tall, it is the tallest building ever demolished in Texas and the second-tallest building imploded in the world. Your project may not be this size, but the engineering knowledge needed to bring down this giant is available for every job.
Recycling has been an important part of every project we’ve done long before the LEED movement began. We recycle everything possible not just because it’s good for the environment, but also because it allows us to offer the most competitive proposal possible. Plus, we are able to track our recycling for LEED certification.