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Controlled Demolition , Inc.
13401 Still Haven Court
CDI demolishes structures with the kind of precision and planning usually associated with their creation. Each project is handled by a world-renowned team of experts drawing on backgrounds in environmental remediation, engineering, dismantling, traditiona...
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St. Louis Arena - St. Louis, Missouri | Controlled Demolition, Inc.
With decades of experience in producing major motion picture, television and private developer displays, Stacey Loizeaux, Media Coordinator for CDI, toned down their approach to confer the dignity of the moment deserved on this project.
According to Stacy Loizeaux ...
According to Stacy Loizeaux of Controlled Demolition, Inc., 'The term "implosion" was coined by my grandmother back in, I guess, the 60s.
Local firm to implode site where Elvis was declared dead - 2005-10-11
"Yes, we've got quite a history with the King," said Controlled Demolition Project Manager Stacey Loizeaux."Of course, he got around quite a bit and so do we." Loizeaux
is third-generation with the family-run business, which counts among its projects the collapse of such high-profile buildings as the St. Louis Arena and the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
And the whole Controlled Demolition 15-person crew plus additional contractors will be there, said Loizeaux
younger sisters who aren't directly involved in the business will be in Memphis to lend support.
"This one is a biggy," she
Stacey S. Loizeaux, ...
Stacey S. Loizeaux, Member
The Loizeaux Group, LLC/Controlled Demolition, Inc.
2737 Merryman's Mill Road
Phoenix, Maryland 21131
USA Phone: (410) 667-6610
Fax: (410) 667-6624
Columbian.com - Serving Clark County, Washington
Stacey Loizeaux of Controlled Demolition Inc., the Maryland company hired to flatten the tower, said by e-mail that "droves" of inquiries are received from the public as to CDI'supcoming projects, but out of liability concerns the schedule is never released. She
reports that "many, many moons ago there was a group started up in New England called the 'International Implosion Society'
a bunch of wealthy old ladies that would travel around" to take in the sights and sites.
has not heard from the group's leader in years.As such, the International Implosion Society
apparently ... imploded.