Associated Building Wreckers In The News

Bay Street buildings demolished by Springfield

Two Bay Street buildings that have been giving the city of Springfield ongoing issues for years were torn down Wednesday by Associated Building Wreckers of Springfield.

Springfield demolishes house in Six Corners under continued anti-blight efforts

The city demolished a blighted house at 116 Walnut St., on Thursday, in the Six Corners area, saying it expands efforts to reduce blight in neighborhoods and to continue the city's recovery from the 2011 tornado.

Long-vacant Mason Square home falls to wrecking ball as city continues to fight blight

Thanks to the efforts of Mason Square neighborhood activists, a vacant home at 14 Dresden St, .which had become a haven for vagrants and drug activity, has fallen to the wrecking ball.

Holy Trinity Parochial School is No More

The Holy Trinity Parochial School in Greenfield, MA, has had its day in the sun. Built in 1929 by General Contractor George Reed of Greenfield, the school opened in 1930.

4 years after massive fire, Springfield demolishes Indian Orchard building

Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno held a press conference Wednesday against the backdrop of a large Associated Building Wreckers excavator crushing and removing charred debris from...

Demolition moving ahead at former Belchertown State School for assisted living complex

Demolition is scheduled to begin next week at the former Belchertown State School property, marking another milestone in plans for construction of a $15 million, 83-unit assisted living facility.

Mayor helps demolish building

Wearing a pink hard hat and matching rubber boots, Mayor Erin Stewart had no qualms about getting her hands dirty Friday morning.

Springfield residents, officials praise demolition of blighted HAPCO building in South End

The walls came crumbling down Monday at the former HAPCO building on Main Street in the South End, praised as a continuation of revitalization efforts by residents and city officials.

Springfield officials launch demolition projects on Adams Street, Pine Street Court, as part of blight-reduction efforts

Demolition began Monday at a vacant, fire-damaged house on Adams Street in the South End as part of a continuing effort by the city to combat blight in various neighborhoods.

Former UMass frat razed to make way for student housing on Olympia Drive

Associated Building Wreckers were doing what its name implied Wednesday morning, wrecking the former Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity on Olympia Drive clearing the land for student housing.

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