A piece of automotive history is coming to an end. The old General Motors Buick City complex in Flint is being demolished. "We're demolishing just short of 5 million square feet of an industrial automotive facility. Aside from taking the buildings down, we are processing as much of the
David H. Mardigian, the President of MCM Management in West Bloomfield, MI, believes in education. He also believes in the National Demolition Association's program to train future demolition contractors at Purdue University's
Demolition of the DaimlerChrysler Mound Road Engine Plant in Detroit is in the final cleanup stages. The plant ceased its production of many different engines, including the V-10 Viper and truck engine, in 2002.
General Motors Corp. Has begun to demolish an old manufacturing complex in the center of Pontiac linked to the city’s automotive heritage.Janine Fruehan, GM spokeswoman, said Friday that GM has opted to move ahead with the complex occupying one of Pontiac’s oldest,
Two General Motors Corporation plants in Lansing are being demolished, having been replaced with state-of-the-art facilities. Demolition work began in January 2006 and substantial completion is expected in May.
“It was a partnership from the get-go,” said David Mardigian, president and CEO of MCM Management Corp. “All the values we run this business by converged in East Peoria. We got the right job for the right customer, because after we start a job, we would rather chase the project than the customer.”
“When clients evaluate National Demolition Association Member MCM Management’s performance, they comment on our commitment. The commitment to excellence in operations is what sets us apart,” says David Mardigian, President of MCM Management.