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BY November 2012 Update
Published on November 02nd, 2012

October was another busy month for EcoCentric, we are wrapping up several key projects and ramping up new ones.

In the new project category, we are proud to announce we have been awarded the contract and are in process of completing a 55,000-square foot demo job out of 92,000 square feet at a Kmart in Plant City, Florida. Following the demo job, the existing location will be converted to a Ross store. This job has a radical and impressive amount of recycling of materials including asphalt, metal, and much more, making EcoCentric the right fit for this undertaking. We expect more than 100 tons of metal will be recycled. Following the demo’s completion, the building will be converted into a Ross, Marshall’s and Pet Supermarket complex.

Another demo job recently added is a boarded-up building in Miami located at 79th Street and NW 2nd Avenue. Like the Ross project, this is a recycle-heavy job with walk-in refrigerators and freezers. We also have forthcoming projects of a demo job at the Panera Bread Company in Davie and a selective interior demo job for Ann Taylor Loft at Aventura Mall.

Speaking of Aventura Mall, EcoCentric is putting the finishing touches on the H&M store job. We are 99 percent complete on this project. The Saks Fifth Avenue project at Bal Harbour is also in the finishing stages, and we estimate we are at 80 percent completion.
Another completed project is that of a large, floating boat dock in Key Largo.

EcoCentric looks forward to adding more new projects using our environmentally conscious methods. Check out our YouTube Video playlist.