O’Hare Building 510 – Lynx Cargo Demolition:  This multi-million-dollar planned gut and demolition of the existing structure, while strategically maintaining maximum crane/equipment heights as related to critical runway operations and flight paths, this 16-acre parcel, at the southwest corner of Old Cargo and Spine Roads in Chicago, footprint of 145,500, ostensibly circa 1968 air cargo operations, having operated until approximately 2005.

The L-shaped building is primarily single-story, high-bay construction, with full basement and multiple mezzanine areas on the second floor, making it a more complex demolition.  Forced air heating/cooling, provided by way of several rooftop units now for removal, along with various mechanical, heating, ductwork, exhaust stack systems insulated with fiberglass, plumbing lines, an electrical room operated by ComEd (basement), gas fired boiler system and unit heaters, roof-mounted chiller units, water service lines, acoustic tiles, concrete and vinyl composition tile floors, multiple layers in some.