Our Story

National Demolition Contractors started as a small hauling and disposal outfit in the early 90s. Back then, most of our work was based on picking up and disposing of construction and demolition debris from active job sites in Southern California. As the company grew, our owners purchased equipment that allowed National to get into the demolition and abatement sides of the industry.

From the beginning, we’ve invested a large portion of our revenue back into the company in the form of machines, personnel, and office space. We’ve grown from humble beginnings into a company with over $500 million in bonding capacity and over 45 pieces of heavy demolition equipment.

At National Demolition Contractors, we don’t spend too much time reflecting on the past. For us, it’s all about moving forward. What’s the next phase? How are we going to do this work better than anyone else can? Different customers have different needs, and we pride ourselves on being able to adapt to any situation. Over the years, we’ve always asked our clients what else we can do to help them, which led us to add abatement, environmental, and marine divisions to our company. Today, we’re a true turnkey solution for our customers.

Core values

Safety

Productivity

Environmental Responsibility

Client Satisfaction

Today, our focus is on specialized demolitions, like high-rise structures, maritime operations, bridges, wharfs, buildings near the water ― the types of jobs that your ordinary demolition company can’t handle. We can handle residential housing jobs like nobody’s business, but we prefer to challenge ourselves. We want to be that go-to company when you have a job that seems impossible. If there’s a bridge that has to be demolished within 24 hours, that’s when you call National.

We have the necessary experience to always be proactive for our customers, and to think of solutions that other contractors can’t provide. We have an environmental manager who is an actual scientist. Our abatement coordinator has nearly 20 years of experience in that line of work. Our operators have all been with National for 20 years too. However, all of the expertise in the world doesn’t mean anything if you can’t work as a team.

When we’re communicating and working together, there’s nothing we can’t solve. So many other companies in our industry have high turnover and near-constant moving parts, but our key people have been here for a long time.

With that in mind, we view hiring as asking someone to join our family. We look for someone who will be loyal, and has the drive to grow with us. We recognize that working at National is not for everyone ― we like people who are going to put their nose to the grindstone and work hard. We offer highly competitive salaries and benefits, and we want to be the last stop for our employees.

Instead of hiring temporary workers who merely come in to do a quick job, we bring in people who want to spend their lives working with us to help make California a better place to live.

Are you interested in joining our family?

Proudly Certified

One of the largest privately owned fleets of tier 4 Caterpillar equipment

$500 million bonding capacity

WBE Certified
(Los Angeles)

Class A general engineering license along with current C-21, ASB, and Haz

WIOPS
(Women in Construction Operations member)

In the news

CalContractor Magazine 2015 – National Demolition Contractors putting finishing touches on Hollywood Park demolition project. At 6 a.m. Sunday, May 31, the Hollywood Park grandstand was brought down through a series of small (demolition designed)…
CalContractor Magazine 2017 – National Demolition Contractors performs demolition and abatement at active glass manufacturing plant in Fresno. Abating and demolishing old manufacturing plants in California and across the nation is big business these days. New regulations in…
CalContractor Magazine 2018 – National Demolition Contractors does their part to cleanup and mitigate damage from the Thomas Fire disaster sites. 2017 will go down in history as one of the most destructive and deadly years for wildfires in California, with…

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