ODIN, LTD. was contracted to remove the Bardella Crane located at the Port of Houston.
Read about it in the Economic Alliance Houston Port Region’s News letter “Economies in Motion “
ODIN, LTD. has most recently received a license to operate as a Demolition Specialty Contractor in the state of Louisiana for the purpose of cornering the heavy industrial demolition market. Additionally, we are licensed in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee and Utah.
ODIN, LTD. is a decommissioning, demolition, dismantling and asset recovery company. ODIN is an acronym for Our Demolition Industrial Network.
Integral to our core services is consulting. We provide technical advice to our clients on all aspects of the dismantling, demolition and asset recovery process.
Industrial Demolition & Asset Recovery LLC. is a dismantling, demolition and asset recovery company. Industrial Equipment Sales, LLC is our asset sales division. Together, the dynamic duo is a powerhouse of reclamation services known as ODIN, LTD. With in-house capabilities to identify, categorize and strategically liquidate scrap, we rock!
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ODIN, LTD. is contracted to remove the Bardella crane currently located at the Port of Houston. The dockside container crane was manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and assembled by Bardella S.A. Industries of Santos, Brazil. It was brought to the Houston ship channel in 1996. If you are interested in purchasing this equipment, contact us [...]Comments Read more
A question was asked on a Linked-In safety forum on the topic of whether common sense really existed in regards to safety on the jobsite. In my opinion, it is all about what you come to define as normal in your particular realm of life. What might be “common- in-sense” to a worker that has [...]
Minimizing the chance of unjustified change orders begins in the planning stage of a project. It is important for the purposes of bidding to establish a simple and well defined scope of work that will create a situation allowing you to compare “apples to apples’ in the bid evaluation process.
When demolishing or dismantling a process unit, what is one of the most common mistakes in failing to insure all residual product is removed from the system prior to beginning the demolition process? On most industrial dismantling and demolition projects the preferred procedure is for the facility owner to purge and clean all residual products [...]
We specialize in heavy industrial demolition using the latest techniques and techology for safe and economical results. Whether the plan is to shut down an entire plant or just a process line, a definitive plan must be in place. Let our demolition experts help you determine the scope, complexity and the best, most economical and safe way forward. Our approach to demolition is to minimize the amount of materials going into landfill by channeling as much material and equipment for reuse or recycling. Safety is paramount and that’s why you can feel confident that your demolition project will be safely completed.