Noralco Demolition & Excavating Customers

Contractors:

  • Turner Construction Co.
  • Dick Corporation
  • P.J. Dick
  • Jendoco Construction Co.
  • Massaro Corporation
  • TEDCO Construction Co.
  • MARE Solutions
  • Oxford Development
  • Rycon Construction, Inc
  • Continental Building Systems
  • Sterling Contracting


Owners:

  • Duquesne Light Co.
  • Westinghouse Electric Co.
  • Conrail
  • Montefiore Hospital
  • Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh
  • City of Pittsburgh
  • UPMC
  • Giant Eagle
  • RIDC
  • CMU
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • Duquesne University
  • Allegheny County
  • SEA
  • Walnut Capital

Contact information

Noralco Corporation

1920 Lincoln Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15235

Phone: (412) 361-6678
Fax: (412) 361-6535

info@noralco.com

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About Noralco Corporation:

A Pittsburgh Based Demolition & Excavating Company

Noralco Corporation was established in 1952 and became known as one of the premier demolition and excavation contractors in southwestern Pennsylvania. Today, this reputation continues with a broad base of commercial, industrial, medical and retail clients. We strive to maintain excellent working relationships with all of our clients, owners, contractors and unions.

As long-time members of the laborers and operating engineers unions, we can assure you that your project will be completed with quality workmanship and without delay due to strikes and labor grievances.

  

We are also long-time members of the following trade associations:

  • National Demolition Association
  • Master Builders' Association of Western Pennsylvania, Inc.
  • Constructors Association of Western Pennsylvania
  • Associated Pennsylvania Constructors
  • Pittsburgh Builders Exchange

Commerical IndustrialNoralco Corporation can handle your most complex demolition or excavation project with our dedicated staff of expert estimators, supervisors and surveyors. Our field personnel have a combined experience of over one hundred years on a vast diversity of projects.

  

  

We own and self-maintain and update over Five Million Dollars
worth of heavy equipment such as:

  • 6 lattice boom truck cranes - 40 Ton to 165 Ton with up to 250 feet of boom.
  • 21 hydraulic excavators - 35,000 to 140,000 pounds
  • 11 backhoe / loaders
  • 10 Front end loaders
  • 7 skid steer loaders
  • 2 10 ton vibratory rollers
  • 2 concrete / stone crushing plants
  • 10 hydraulic hammers from 105 ft-lbs to 10,000 ft-lbs
  • 11 grapples for skid steers, backhoe/loaders and small and large excavators
  • 5 air compressors - 175 to 375 cfm
  • Other excavator attachments such plate compactors, concrete pulverizers, shears, etc.
  • 5 32' dump trailers
  • 3 truck tractors
  • 2 low boy trailers
  • 3 dump trucks
  • Miscellaneous other “small” equipment such as “jumping jack” tampers; reversible plate compactors; vibratory sheepsfoot rollers; chain saws; cut-off saws; jackhammers; tree chipper; forklifts; welders; scissor lift; state of the art “total station” surveying instruments with data collectors