CES SynergiesCompany Review & Valuation

CESX
OTC Markets
Latest Price
0.00USD
Market Capitalization
189.20kUSD

About CES Synergies, Inc.

CES Synergies, Inc., an asbestos and lead abatement contracting firm, engages in the removal of asbestos and lead from buildings and other structures, and demolition of structures in the United States. It operates through three segments: Remediation, Demolition, and Insulation. The Remediation segmeShow more nt engages in the asbestos abatement, lead removal, mold remediation, and indoor air quality/duct cleaning activities; and removal of contaminated soil, animal waste removal, manual selective and complete interior demolition comprising removal of floor covering, and adhesive removal services for commercial, retail, governmental, industrial, military, and public and private schools. The Demolition segment is involved in the building separations, concrete breaking, and saw-cutting using its own man-lifts, bobcats, roll-off containers, and roll-off trucks for the hauling and disposal of construction debris. This segment also offers full-scale commercial demolition and wrecking, as well as underground and above ground storage tank removal, and full-scale site clearing, including underground pipe removal and installation. The Insulation segment engages in the re-insulation and insulation of new and remodeling projects. CES Synergies, Inc. is also involved in the construction, installation, and repair of ceilings. The company serves city, state, and federal agencies, as well as general contractors, developers, project owners, and industrial and commercial clients. CES Synergies, Inc. was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Crystal Springs, Florida. Show less

Industry
Waste Management
HQ Location
Crystal Springs, Florida

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