Total Wrecking & Environmental, one of the country’s leading industrial demolition contractors based in Buffalo New York, has been working at the Lakeland Electric C.D. McIntosh Power Plant in Florida for the last 6 months.

Over the next year, Total Wrecking & Environmental will complete the abatement, remediation, demolition, asset recovery, and removal of 3 massive coal-fired units that have been in operation for over 40 years.

On January 14th, 2023 in Lakeland, Florida, selected press, community leaders, and project managers alike will gather to witness the first implosion phase of the Lakeland power plant project by felling the 260-foot stack and 90-foot Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) unit.

This project is unprecedented in both scope and complexity, requiring a tremendous amount of resources, specialized crew members, and surgical planning to ensure the demolition is performed safely and on-time, as this project is being performed in an active working power facility. 

“Total Wrecking & Environmental is thrilled to clear and restore a critical area within the Lakeland McIntosh Power Plant for a newer energy facility,” says Frank Bodami, Founder & CEO of Total Wrecking & Environmental LLC. “We’re excited to apply our unparalleled demolition expertise and clear the way for Lakeland Electric’s new gas-fired reciprocating internal combustion engine (RICE) power plant.”

Total Wrecking & Environmental is also working hand-in-hand with the Wounded Warrior Project to provide “front row” live streaming access for the entire implosion event. How often do you get to see a live power plant implosion? Make a donation on the campaign page and receive an exclusive live streaming link for supporting this amazing cause. 

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In March 2023, Frank Bodami will travel back to Lakeland, Florida to direct Total Wrecking & Environmental LLC’s second controlled implosion of the coal-fired hung boiler units that represented the nucleus of the station at the McIntosh Power Plant for Lakeland Electric.

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