10 Story National Garage
12 Story King Cotton Hotel
Having served the Mid-South area since 1935, Memphis Wrecking Company has earned the distinction of being the oldest, largest, and most experienced demolition and salvage company in this area. Founded as a scrap removal operation by E. D. Williamson, Memphis Wrecking Company has since diversified into demolition and removal of commercial, industrial and residential buildings as well as interior strip outs, asbestos abatement, mold remediation, underground tank removal, plant dismantlement and many other types of structures. Memphis Wrecking Company has long enjoyed a reputation for its speed, efficiency, and safety in the demolition and removal profession.
Memphis Wrecking Company stands ready to meet your demolition and salvaging needs on a job of any size. Our wide range of experience, combined with superior knowledge and high ethical standards, makes Memphis Wrecking Company your organization's best choice for getting the job done.
NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL!
President of Memphis Wrecking Company since 1982, Steven Williamson offers years of solid experience in the safe, efficient demolition and removal of all types of architectural structures. Steven holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology, with a concentration in construction, from the nationally recognized University of Memphis College of Engineering. This distinction makes him the only certified engineer in the Memphis area demolition and removal business.
16 Story, 12 Million Gallon Tank Demolition
Tank Demolition: www.youtube.com/watch
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Memphis Wrecking Co., Inc.
2301 S. Third St., Memphis, TN 38116
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