End of Life Costing


Over time, standards and building codes change that can render a property obsolete.      When a facility has passed its useful life and all renovations, upgrades and additions have served their purpose; sometimes it is time to let go and rebuild.

At the end of life, many factors should be considered and included in the budget before planning your next new project. Key elements include any logistics for vacating a property, decommissioning systems, abatement of hazardous materials and contaminated soils, and eventually demolition and site preparation for future building.

At Hanscomb, we are skilled professionals for pricing this specialty work. Our experience ranges from simple warehouse structures to complex facilities like hospitals and nuclear power plants.  Each project comes with its own set of unique conditions that must be considered before the next new exciting build can commence. We can help!

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