Adamo Group began demolition yesterday at a Lafayette Park building near downtown Detroit. The building, once known as Shapiro Hall, was a former location for Wayne State University’s pharmacy program. The site has been previously vacant for years. The location will be redeveloped into a new 374 unit residential property. The 8 story tower will be removed, making room for the $108 million residential development which will feature 60 condominiums and 314 rental properties. Demolition is expected to last until late Spring. The new Lafayette West Development is set to open by late 2020. As a Detroit Headquartered business Adamo is proud to be a part of what will be a major milestone in the city’s continued revitalization.
Adamo Group was presented with the 2018 Award for Contract of the Year, US $1M and Over, at the World Demolition Awards in Dublin, Ireland. Adamo Group was shortlisted from field of entries from all over the world as a finalist back in August 2018 for its work at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA. Adamo Group was honored to share this distinction with the other shortlisted entries from companies in California, Canada and the United Kingdom.
It is with great pride that Adamo Group announces it has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Contract of the Year, US$1 million or over to be presented at the World Demolition Summit 2018 in Dublin, Ireland. Adamo was shortlisted along with 3 other outstanding companies in this category. The selection of the Adamo Group speaks to the quality of work Adamo Group and its employees are known for.
On Thursday March 1st, Adamo Group began demolition of the North Tower at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland in Pontiac. The milestone achievement was the culmination
Community volunteers have begun efforts to build the Manistique Kids Community Treehouse Center in Detroit. The Center will offer horticultural therapy programming, with a special