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Professional Decomissioning Contractor

Danosh Construction provides full service building decommissioning and is highly skilled in all areas of full dismantling and decommissioning. We follow an eco-friendly approach throughout all of our decommissioning projects. Our commitment to the reuse and proper recycling of applicable materials is what sets us apart from our  competition. You can rest assured knowing the job will be done correctly, and we are doing our part to help the environment to ensure a better future

Our Specializations

  We Specialize in sites like:

  • Commercial/ Industrial downsizing

  • Institutional decommissioning

  • Warehouse decommissioning

  • Building Improvements Removal

  • HVAC dismantling

  • Heavy equipment dismantling and removal

  • Hospitals/Airports

  • Environmentally protected

  • Contaminated sites / Brownfields


What is Decommissioning?

Building Decommissioning can be defined as the processes involved in a scheduled shut-down or ceasing of operations of Industrial, Commercial or Institutional facilities or leaseholds.  It is the process of bringing a building back to its original state, by removing any improvements added during its occupation.  This includes retiring any and all mechanical or facility equipment, restoring the land and water to a clean and safe condition, and removal of all excess material and wastes.


The process of decommissioning is taken on normally when a business elects to move its operations out of a leased or owned building with the intention of sale or release of the existing building.


Preparation of a Decommissioning Plan (DMP) will set out a methodology for completion and itemize materials designated as hazardous, recyclable/re-usable, or unsalvageable and garbage.  DMP application submittals to the Ministry of the Environment is MANDATED by the Ontario Government for any decommissioning projects on sites that require an REA (renewable energy approval)

DMP’s assist to minimize project costs over time by effective planning and scheduling the decommissioning efforts, and outlining any possible hazards prior to initiating work. 

  Decommissioning Plans May Include: 

  • Utility Disconnects

  • Environmental Phase I & II site assessments

  • Designated Substance Surveys

  • Abatement service and monitoring

  • Environmental Compliance Monitoring

  • Risk Assessment & Hazardous Materials Surveys

  • Hazardous materials removal and disposal  

  • Emergency Response and Communication Plan

  • Any O.Reg approvals as require

  • Site specific construction hygiene

  • Moisture and humidity ventilation 

  • Aboveground fuel tank removal

  • Furnace/Boiler removal

  • Underground fuel tank removal

  • Dismantle and shipping of machinery

  • Removal of secure rooms/vaults

  • Filling in pits

  • Temporary support of damaged elements

  • Fencing and Site Closure to public access


What is Involved in a Decommissioning?

Depending on your project, the scope of work required can vary. Our basic procedural scope of work of any site decommissioning includes:


Obtain all necessary permits and locates.


Provide temporary fencing for entirety of project.


Remove interior and exterior upgrades/improvements


Dismantle HVAC and Electrical systems and componants


Assess and report on present and potential hazardous materials or conditions


Support potentially dangerous or
damaged areas of construction


Secure site against entrance by unauthorized personnel


Provide all reports to owner

Our Qualifications

All employees of Danosh Construction are trained in safe working procedures, and follow every applicable industry standard for the industries they work in.  

Danosh Construction holds licenses and certificates with the Ministry of the Environment, TSSA, Ministry of Transportation, and applicable insurances of all manpower, equipment, and vehicles owned/used on it's job sites.   Danosh does not hire or subcontract out any projects, and always provides that required level of professionalism customers have come to expect. 




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