CES Synergies Inc., a full-service environmental, asbestos abatement and demolition business, announced today from Crystal Springs that its subsidiary company will work with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) on a District IV project.
Selected to help improve the existing roadway for Midway Road in Ft. Pierce, Cross Environmental Services Inc. has been contracted to remove various improvements on approximately 48 properties along the Midway corridor. The scope of services will be accomplished over the next 90 days under the subsidiary's existing district-wide demolition contract.
"Having recently completed similar successful projects on State Road 7 in Hollywood for District IV, and S.W. 107th Ave in Sweetwater for District VI, we are pleased to take on another right-of-way clearance project for the FDOT,” CES Synergies Chief Executive Officer John Tostanoski said. “We are currently about 30 percent complete on the Crosstown Project in St. Lucie County, and believe this project in Ft. Pierce will allow us to maximize our utilization of resources between the two projects."
CES Synergies provides quality environmental contracting solutions, demolition and remediation services to commercial and industrial customers, as well as federal, state and municipal entities.
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