Linden Avenue, Rochester, New York


  • Created a new overhead door opening in the existing concrete building
  • Wall was strategically cut into two sections
  • All work was completed in one shift.

Sessler Environmental Services (SES) was mobilized to this site to create a new overhead door opening within an existing concrete building. To achieve this, the wall was strategically cut into two sections, ensuring safe handling and precise execution.

Once the cutting process was completed, the sections of concrete were more efficiently removed from the site. SES ensured responsible waste management practices by sending the concrete to a facility for recycling, minimizing environmental impact.

Despite the complexity of the task, SES managed to complete all the necessary work within a single shift. Following the successful completion of the project, SES demobilized from the site the following morning, leaving behind a newly configured space with minimal disruption to operations.