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Casey-Bertram Demolition Featured in IndyStar.com

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Monon Grain Elevator Demolition (Carmel, Indiana)Monon Grain Silo Demolition

Last week Casey-Bertram was featured on the cover page of IndyStar.com with a photo (shown here) of our Carmel grain elevator demolition project.  Click here to learn more about the demolition of the 140’ feet tall grain elevator along the Monon Trail in Carmel, Indiana.
 

Check Out the Demolition Video

Click here to view the demolition video for the Monon grain elevator.
 

Carmel, Indiana Monon Grain Silo Demolition
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“Green” Demolition Gets Easier with Genesis Multi-Processor

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Casey-Bertram (C-B) has added a Genesis multi-processor to its fleet of Indiana demolition equipment to help meet the demands of recycling and going green in today’s world of demolition.

The new multi-processor has been installed on a Komatsu PC 300-7 excavator and will add an extra 8’ of reach. This new combo will allow C-B to do demo jobs more efficiently saving the customer time and money while allowing C-B to recycle material faster and getting the job done sooner.

The new process has three different jaw sets, one for shearing steel buildings and two for pulverizing concrete structures.  This multi-processor has groundbreaking quick-change technology that allows us to change from one jaw to the other in less than 15 minutes.

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Genesis Mult-Processor Video

 

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Casey-Bertram demolishes grain elevator in Carmel, Indiana

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Grain Elevator Demolition (Carmel, Indiana)Casey-Bertram (C-B) was contracted by the Carmel Redevelopment Commission to raze the 140’ feet tall grain elevator along the Monon Trail in Carmel, Indiana. C-B had to protect existing utilities from getting damaged in the process of bringing down the massive 100 year old concrete structure.  There were live fiber optic lines, as well as other utilities within 10 feet of the structure. Casey-Bertram used a conventional crane to bring down the top 100 feet, then using an excavator with a hydraulic hammer and a concrete pulverizer to process the concrete to load and haul off site.

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