Jim Gochis

Jim Gochis

Manager at Alpine Demolition Inc

Location:
5790 West 56th Ave, Arvada, Colorado, United States
HQ Phone:
(303) 421-3366

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Owner - Vail Daily/Dominique Taylor Alpine Demolition Company

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Contact: Jim Gochis, President
Alpine Demolition, Inc.

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Jim Gochis, owner of Alpine Demolition, said 30 to 40 percent of old buildings can be recycled fairly easily.
Rarely does an owner take the time necessary to recycle 50 percent of the materials. He was ecstatic that the Skico and R.A. Nelson gave him the time to show what could be done with the Snowmass Village building. "This is the future of the demolition business," said Gochis, whose firm is based Arvada. "Jim showed me what you could do with a lot of time," said Sale. The demolition was more costly because Gochis needed more time to recycle properly. He figured his crew needed about another 10 to 14 days beyond the time needed for a "normal" recycling effort. Gochis said nearly all the wood could be fed to his grinder. He used it for about 26 hours on the project.

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Aspensnowmass.com / Company Information / Environmental Commitment / Toward Sustainability / Green / Snowmass Lodge and Club

Jim Gochis, owner of Alpine Demolition, said 30 to 40 percent of old buildings can be recycled fairly easily.Rarely does an owner take the time necessary to recycle 50 percent of the materials.He was ecstatic that the Skico and R.A. Nelson gave him the time to show what could be done with the Snowmass Village building."This is the future of the demolition business," said Gochis, whose firm is based Arvada."Jim showed me what you could do with a lot of time," said Sale.The demolition was more costly because Gochis needed more time to recycle properly.He figured his crew needed about another 10 to 14 days beyond the time needed for a "normal" recycling effort.Alpine Demolition's first step was to remove all the steel from the structure.The crew then stripped out everything that was salvageable for reuse, such as the doors, carpeting and fixtures.The building was then collapsed and the crews went in and segregated materials from each floor.Gochis said nearly all the wood could be fed to his grinder.He used it for about 26 hours on the project.

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