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Leonard Cherry

President

Cherry Companies

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Cherry Companies

6131 Selinsky Road

Houston, Texas,77048

United States

Company Description

We offer our customers the most cost effective solutions and timely project completions. And, we strive to be innovative in technology, equipment and service. Cherry is a long-term member of statewide and national organizations, including the National Demoli...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Houston Fire Department

City of Houston


Affiliations

Construction & Demolition Recycling Association

Board Member


C&D World

Committee Chair


Houston Contractors Association

Board Member


YourMembership.com Incorporated

Board Member


BIC Alliance

Member


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Students Get Insider's View of Major Demolition and Recycling Operation - Demolition Forum

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"We have a great time exposing these students to the role that specialty contractors play in the construction industry," said Leonard Cherry, President of Cherry Companies and past president of the National Demolition Association.
Cherry specializes in removing a variety of structures - from highways and bridges to industrial plants and commercial buildings - and instead of dumping debris in landfills, the companies recycles the vast majority of what it demolishes. "I really appreciate getting to learn more about how demolition specialty contractors like Cherry work, because it gives me better insight about bringing these types of companies on future jobs," said senior Blake Bell, who has already lined up a project manager job with Balfour Beatty, a global infrastructure services business.


Crestmont Village Apartments torn down by Cherry Companies VIDEO

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Cherry cleans up Houston, tearing down Crestmont Village Apartments
"This is removal of an eyesore," said Cherry Companies President, Leonard Cherry.


A new place for demolition waste - Cherry Companies

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Cherry, a recycling and demolition company, plans to open the 14-acre Hitchcock Recycling Center, 5402 state Highway 6.
The center will mark a fourth such facility for Cherry and will accept concrete, asphalt and residential asphalt for recycling. "Overall, recycling preserves the natural environment by reducing the amount of concrete, asphalt, residential composition asphalt shingles and tires that are dumped in landfills," Cherry President Leonard Cherry said.


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As oil prices climb, our RAP and RAS demand has increased," says Leonard Cherry, Cherry president.
Metals, which had dipped earlier in 2016, have really been responding in the last six weeks, per Cherry when interviewed in mid-December. "We are ending the year on a high note," he says. 2016 started out slowly for the recycling and demolition firm due to record rainfalls in the Houston area in the early part of the year. "That delayed or depressed a lot of the work, coupled with the declining markets due to the low oil prices." Cherry expects to finish the 2016 fiscal year down between 1.5 to 3 percent. 2017 is looking much for favorable. "We are currently projecting an 8 percent increase," he says. He continues, "We have seen strong indicators over the last 90 days of a resurgence from the private sector on multiple fronts both in large demolition projects, large road projects and underground projects. The upcoming Superbowl in Houston has played a part in some of the activity, notes Cherry.


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Leonard Cherry
President Cherry Companies


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