Ascutney Base Lodge Demolition
Location: Ascutney, Vermont
Date Complete: Spring 2017
- CCI separated 400 tons of C&D from the structure
- CCI recycled 1,10 cy of cast-in-place concrete
- CCI processed 145 tons of ferrous and non-ferrous materials for resale
- CCI worked with AO to preserve a 36’ x 48’ portion of the foundation
About the Project
Casella Construction, Inc. (CCI) was contracted to preserve the recreational, educational, and environmental assets of Ascutney Mountain.
The 24,000-sf building was comprised of a cast in place concrete foundation, steel frame, concrete masonry unit (CMU) curtain-walls, and wooden clapboard siding. CCI separated the building materials into appropriate waste streams for disposal and recycling. CCI separated 400 tons of construction and demolition material (C&D) from the structure, recycled 1,100 cy of cast-in-place concrete, processed 145 tons of ferrous and non-ferrous metals for resale. The recycled concrete was crushed to a 4-inch minus materials used as a portion of the backfill for the foundation.
CCI completed the project in four weeks while working with the owner to preserve and protect a 36-foot x 48-foot portion of the existing foundation. This portion of the foundation will support a new base lodge and multi-use space for the owner and the local community.