Decommissioning

Full Equipment Removal and Disposal Solutions

BDC Group, Inc can offer exclusive decommissioning turn-key services including site analysis, end-to-end project management, equipment demolition, removal and disposal to help you streamline the entire decommission process.

Our team has established relationships with elite partners to help with on-time delivery and cost-effective pricing.

Full Site Analysis

Our team will also reduce risks by analyzing your site prior to delivery and managing all communications with each party involved (drivers, cranes, riggers, permits, etc.).

This could mean the difference between an on-time and under-budget project versus one that is riddled with complications that quickly goes over deadline and over budget. ​When you work with us, you’ll get nothing but our best.

Our turn-key services can provide removal and disposal for:

Decommissioning

Introducing Data Center Decommissioning

According to Forbes, data centers will see significant growth over the next few years. This is all due to big demand for mobile computing, IoT (Internet of Things) and cloud computing. With an estimated 600 operators of data centers in North America alone already, most of these data centers are located in Northern Virginia, Texas, Chicago and Silicon Valley. Amazon Web Services is among the top companies currently leasing space.

A business would rely on these data centers containing applications, services and data, making it a vital asset for day-to-day operations. Data centers can include (but not limited to): servers, storage subsystems, networking switches, routers, firewalls and cabling/physical racks to properly organize and interconnect all important IT equipment.

Data center growth is on the rise creating decommissioning and upgrade opportunities

As the need for data centers and overall upgrades increase in the coming years, having qualified decommissioning and restoration experts will become vital to any planned infrastructure project. BDC Group can initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control all aspects of the decommission process.