The award recognized EnviroVantage’s quality workmanship in maintaining Environmental Stewardship, a major focus of NDA. The award was presented to EnviroVantage President Scott Knightly at the NDA’s annual meeting held at The Mirage Hotel, in Las Vegas.
“This is a team award” noted Knightly. “Our goal on every project is to maximize all environmental cleanup and recycling efforts and this award is a reflection of the quality of work that our team members perform on a regular basis.”
The York Mills project involved the redevelopment of an 1829 textile mill building on an island between Saco and Biddeford. The clean up included the removal of hazardous materials and sandblasting while retaining the integrity of the old hard maple floors, bricks and stairwells. The project also included the removal and replacement of almost 700 windows, some as tall as 16 feet high. Written and visual descriptions of the project and the work were on display at The Mirage Exhibition Center during the NDA’s annual conference plus EnviroVantage’s work will be featured in the May/June issue of Demolition magazine.