Chicago Commercial Construction Company Offers Environmentally Friendly Services

The general public has become environmentally conscious to the extent that they are now "walking the walk" as they look for service providers who live up to this expectation.In the construction industry, it is essential that service providers use methods that don't harm the environment.

Schaumburg, United States - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

The general public has become environmentally conscious to the extent that they are now “walking the walk” as they look for service providers who live up to this expectation. In the construction and building industry, it is essential that service providers use methods and processes that do not harm the environment. One company that is at the forefront in ensuring that their services help protect the environment is LBR Construction Services. According to company spokesperson and CEO, Tom Drapinski, LBR Construction has made sure that all their services are environmentally friendly. When asked what his company has done to ensure environmental conservation is maintained, he said they hire professionals who are environmentally conscious and use their expertise and experience to provide services that enhance environmental protection.

Drapinski observed that commercial demolition and dismantling services can lead to environmental degradation when not handled properly. “We have put in place measures to ensure that when we are carrying out commercial demolition and dismantling, we use eco-friendly tools and methods. When it comes to pollution, we have dust, noise, water, soil and air pollution prevention mechanisms in place to ensure that people living around these places are in no way affected by our activities.” He added that they start by alerting the neighbors of their intention to carry out the demolition and dismantling. Once they articulate the activities they need to undertake, the owner and neighboring property owners agree on the appropriate time to carry out the activities. “Our aim is to cause as minimal disruption as possible; we want the occupants of the neighboring properties to continue with their activities uninterrupted. To achieve this, we use machinery that produce minimal noise, sprinkle water to reduce dust, and other mitigation measures.”

Even among the other services they offer, LBR Construction Services takes environmental conservation seriously. Drapinski observed that they have complied with all the environmental laws and regulations. He added that customers have been giving them positive ratings for the high quality services and green processes they have been using to deliver their work. The company has a professional team, people who are dedicated to deliver high quality work while leaving the environment clean. This has even extended to the machines and equipment used as they are well maintained and have low carbon emission rates.

“Our customers are guaranteed demolition and dismantling services that will leave their compound safe and habitable,” concluded Drapinski. He urges commercial property owners in need of these services to get in touch which a company that promotes environmentally friendly demolition.

About LBR Construction Services, LLC

LBR Construction Services, LLC is a Chicago area commercial construction company offering a wide variety of services in the construction industry. The company ranks as the fastest growing builder in Chicago and across Midwest, recording success in the implementation of the new construction management technology to produce cost effective and time saving projects.

Contact Info:
Name: Tom Drapinski
Email: Send Email
Organization: LBR Construction Services
Address: 1236 North Roselle Road, Schaumburg, IL 60195, United States
Website: https://lbrconstruction.net

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88977126

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