What a great day for a golf tournament with a bright blue sky and perfect temperatures. The 4-man scramble started at noon on September the 8th at Bear Creek in Wentzville, MO. Winners of the tournament this year: The guys at Horner Shifrin. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to everyone who came out and […]
Midwest Service Group was responsible for the abatement of the former Metcalf Building which once house a theatre and is now complete. All of the apartments are already rented out and two business are already open; Water Sweet Soap Company and Fit Body Boot Camp. Pfund Construction did the renovation on the building and it […]
Demolition, Abatement & Renovation
When Dirt Cheap Beer & Cigarettes called to ask “what we could do in order to keep their new building in West Alton safe & dry”, we got to work quickly on a plan.
An age old question: “Is bigger better?” also relates to business. While smaller businesses are hailed as being better at attention and personal service to the customers, bigger businesses usually can offer better money savings or higher capacity of work. The right balance of professionalism, attention to detail, communication, project management, and competitive pricing is […]
Midwest Service Group worked to successfully clean up the Carter Carburetor Superfund site- a 10acre complex of buildings & structures covering parts of two city blocks on North Spring Ave. in St. Louis. This site was a former gasoline & carburetor manufacturing plant from 1915 until 1984.
Asbestos abatement and removal has been Midwest Service Group’s primary business since 1987.
Protecting your workplace or home from a fire is a serious matter!
The owners of this 80,000 sq. ft. space are very attentive to maintaining the historical character of the building- for example the frame & timber construction is being preserved. MSG is assisting the owner in remediating lead-based paint as well as removing some small amounts of asbestos from flooring. The “Environmental Team” on this particular […]
Carter Carburetor permanently closed up shop in St. Louis in 1984 and after much effort by concerned citizens groups and some hard working attorneys from Thompson Coburn, work is well underway to remove all of the contaminated building materials so that the process of full demolition can begin. For nearly a year now, Midwest Service […]