Purdue Memorial Union Club Hotel Renovation
West lafayette, in
EACI was contracted to perform selective demolition at Purdue’s Memorial Union Club Hotel. The work involves demolition of guest room bathrooms, wall coverings, ceilings, and flooring as part of a major renovation of the historic 180 room hotel. EACI averaged 45 employees during the project.
owner: purdue university
General contractor: sHIEL SEXTON COMPANY
CONTRACT AMOUNT: $600,000.00
START DATE: August 2019
Completion date: december 2019
Duke Energy Wabash River Generating Station
TERRE HAUTE, IN
Duke Energy’s Wabash Generating Station was a 6 unit 668 megawatt power plant that was retired in 2016. EACI was contracted to remove the asbestos and hazardous containing materials from the plant prior to demolition. Work included 6 boilers, turbines, ID fans, dust collectors, back passes, and all pipe insulation. EACI successfully participated in the Behavioral Based Safety (BBS) program and worked over 400,000 man hours on the project without any safety incidents or lost work time.
owner: duke energy
contract amount: $11,800,000.00
Start date: SEPTEMBER 2017
COMPLETION DATE: MARCH 2019
Port Authority Ashtabula Power Plant
Ashtabula county, oh
Formerly known as the First Energy Power Plant, the Asbestos Abatement Project is in its progression towards upgrading the necessary water imports to supply water to its local businesses, residents, and surrounding counties of Ashtabula. Environmental Assurance Company, Inc. was the environmental contractor for this project, which had a total price of over ten million dollars. EACI's portion of the work was to remove the asbestos containing materials in the four (4) six-story boilers. In addition, EACI's work was completed in a safe, professional level, to meet and or beat the time-sensitive schedules.
owner: ashtabula port authority
Contract amount: $609,000.00
Start date: december 2016
Completion date: march 2017
Indianapolis Power & Light (IPL)
The IPL Monumental Makeover Project is being conducted as a necessary renovation to the IPL headquarters due to The IPL Electric building becoming the headquarters for the USSBU and the addition of 100 new jobs into the Monument Circle Building. The project goals are to create a consistent and modern work environment for all groups in the building that is reflected in IPL’s corporate image in the community. EACI was selected as the environmental subcontractor for the project. EACI’s scope of services has been to provide asbestos removal services throughout the building. In addition, EACI’s work tasks included the interior demolition of all masonary, windows, doors, entryways, interior walls, flooring, HVAC Systems, and MEP Systems.
owner: indianapolis power & light co.
CONTRACT AMOUNT: $3,400,000.00
START DATE: SEPTEMBER 2015
COMPLETION DATE: JULY 2016
Good Samaritan Hospital: The Beacon Project
The Good Samaritan Hospital’s Beacon Project is a 109 million Patient Tower Addition and Renovation. The project consist of a new five-story 200,000 square foot, 120 bed inpatient tower and the redesign of the existing healthcare facility. EACI was selected to be the asbestos removal contractor for the renovation of the existing building prior to beginning the renovation.
owner: good samaritan hospital
contract amount: $2,400,000.00
start date: june 2015
completion date: april 2017
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
The Iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway is undergoing a major renovation to the historic track that was built in 1909. EACI was selected to be a part of the project team to remove the lead based paint from the existing steel columns for the new structural steel and roofing to be installed. Renovations to the track include removing the old roof and installing a new roof along the front straight a way of the Paddock, Stand A, and Stand B. Approximately 13,000 new seats will be installed in these areas as well. Additionally, more than 500,000 square feet of old catch fencing is being removed and a new mesh catch fence is being installed.
Owner: Indianapolis Motor Speedway, LLC
Contract Amount: $989,000.00
Start Date: August 2015
Completion Date: January 2016
AT580 Downtown Apartments
Downton Cincinnati, OH
The AT 580 Building is a 14 story commercial and multi use high rise property totaling over 250,000 square feet located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. The tower and adjacent 5 story Annex building are being developed into additional commercial space and condominiums.
EACI was awarded the project as the lead contractor to perform all interior selective demolition, asbestos abatement, universal waste recycling, and saw cutting. EACI was also responsible for exterior openings for the new studio apartment balconies throughout the Tower and Annex Buildings.
EACI's overall project responsibilities require that all electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection services remain active to all office spaces, retail stores, and restaurants during the renovation work.
Owner: Cincinnati Development LLC
Start Date: March 2014
Completion Date: October 2014
Birch Bayh Federal Courthouse
The Birch Bayh Federal Courthouse renovation is a 3 year phased project while the building is occupied. Work consists of asbestos abatement, lead based paint abatement, and selective demolition for upgrades to the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. EACI is working in historically significant areas of the building with high security precautions while not interfering with the operations of the Bankruptcy Court, Federal Judges, US Marshalls and all other Federal Agencies within the building.
Owner:General Service Administration
Contract Amount: $6,200,000.00
Start Date: July 2009
Completion Date: August 2012
Indianapolis Power & Light Co.
Unit 7 Overhaul - Removal of asbestos-containing insulation and all lagging for the unit 7 boiler at the IPL Harding Street Station. This project consisted of removal of materials from the boiler, hoppers, ducts, cooling towers, piping, FGD, and dust collectors during a four month duration in 2010.
owner: INDIANAPOLIS POWER & LIGHT CO.
CONTRACT AMOUNT: $1,450,00.00
START DATE: OCTOBER 2010
COMPLETION DATE: DECEMBER 2010
Old Centrum Church
EACI was retained to take the lead role to remove the hazardous materials from varying building components of the Old Centrum Church. Prior to and during the renovation EACI crews performed a number of various abatement methods to remove dangerous lead paint coatings and asbestos insulation to allow the renovation to proceed. EACI crews carefully removed lead based coatings from very ornate wood components prior to refinishing to the original condition. All materials were removed safely to allow the renovation to continue and be completed on time.
oWNER: OLDE CENTRUM CHURCH
CONTRACT AMOUNT: $225,000.00
START DATE: JULY 2010
COMPLETION DATE: AUGUST 2010
Indiana State House
The Statehouse renovation was a 3 year phased project while the building was occupied. Work consisted of asbestos abatement, lead based paint abatement, and selective demolition for upgrades to the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. EACI worked in historically significant areas of the building with high security precautions while not interfering with the operations of the Governor, State Senate and House of Representatives, and all other entities within the building.
owner: state of indiana
contract amount: $1,950,000.00
start date: May 2006
completion date: december 2009
Little rock, arkansas
This project included asbestos removal throughout the entire mall and environmental decommissioning of both hazardous and non-hazard materials.
owner: simon property group
contract amount: $1,400,000.00
Start date: january 2008
completion date: april 2008
Evansville State Hospital
EACI completed removal and disposal of all hazardous materials, petroleum-contaminated soils, and asbestos-containing materials from 18 buildings in a 19 month time frame in 2004.
oWNER: sTATE OF INDIANA
CONTRACT AMOUNT: $5,800,000.00
START DATE: MAY 2004
COMPLETION DATE: DECEMBER 2005
Continental Steel Plant - Indiana Superfund Site
The project consisted of asbestos removal from the 64 building, 85 acre site. The value of the contract was approximately 3.6 million dollars. The project was started in July of 1999 and completed in May of 2000.