When ironing out demolition logistics, it’s helpful to think in three primary buckets: Pre-planning, implementation, and material handling.
WHO WE ARE
At DT Specialized Services, Inc. we focus on safety, professionalism, and client satisfaction from start to finish. We pride ourselves in seeking and completing specialty demolition projects that require skill, knowledge, and accountability!
DT has a wide range of experience in residential, commercial, and stadium demolition projects. We can handle all aspects of your project from start to finish. See why DT is trusted by so many.Read More
Our experienced selective demolition crews are available to precisely remove elevated slabs, brick facades, and interior finishes for all types of renovation projects. Some projects are even completed while the spaces are occupied.Read More
When the whole building needs to come down, you want a demolition contractor that can handle the entire project. See how we're insured and outfitted to handle any project.Read More
DT provides and maintains traffic control devices, silt fencing, and barricades to fit every project's needs. We ensure that all passerby and employees within our work zones are safe, and compliant.Read More
We are fully trained and compliant with NESHAP, AHERA, and OSHA regulations, so inspecting and abating asbestos is no problem for us. Find out about our asbestos abatement services.Read More
DT has experience with excavation and replacement of contaminated soils from hydro carbons to heavy metals. DT can resolve your remediation issues.Read More
DT is qualified and has completed removal of above and underground storage tanks that contain chemicals of all sorts. From 500 gallons to 100,000 barrels, we provide these services at all capacities.Read More
How We Get The Job Done
Area of Operation
Centrally based in Tulsa, OK, we are highly mobile and can service clients in any of the continental 48.
Latest Blog Posts
by the end of the 1970s asbestos use took a sharp drop once the link between asbestos and life-threatening diseases was discovered.
Regardless of where the steel comes from, it will go through three phases on its journey to becoming new steel. We call these phases the three S’s.
While implosions make up a very small percentage of the demolitions we, or anyone in the industry, do, they tend to garner the most attention