Capital Demolition was incorporated in 2008 by Jim Zeleny and John Manerchia. Starting out with one truck and one trailer, Jim provided estimates and dealt with the project management while John managed the field. The field employees consisted of two foreman and 6 skilled laborers that previously worked together for a commercial demolition company.
specializing in selective demolition consisting of three areas of demolition: architectural, m.e.p. and structural demolition.
Overall, our business philosophy is one of dedication to our clients throughout consistent and efficient job management; protection of our employees through training, safe practices and deserved wages; and development of business for long term success.
Jim Zeleny, president of Capital Demolition was involved in the residential construction industry for 20 years. He has owned and ran a residential building management services company, a carpentry company and a remodeling company. In addition, he worked for a commercial demolition company for 5 years, becoming the companies President within the 4th year of employment prior to founding Capital Demolition with partner John Manerchia
John Manerchia, vice president of Capital Demolition has been involved in the commercial industry for 31 years, 23 of them working in the commercial demolition industry. John’s expertise lies in both project management & field operations. John has a depth of knowledge on most aspects of the selective demolition business and is familiar with the suitability protocol of sensitive governmental projects
Field and office harmony is essential in providing consistent quality services & a pleasant partnership throughout the project.
Administration is a vital link between the senior management, employees & clients. They provide motivation to the work force and make them realize the goals of Capital Demolition. The primary responsibilities would include gathering all pre employment documents, assist with any invoicing in dealing with ongoing projects, providing final close out documents,
Stacey McClure, office manager Jonathon Bernstein, office administrator assistant
With expert judgment & being able to comprehend detailed drawings our estimating staff is able to provide estimates that fall in line with the complexity of the project and the assumed risk that comes with projects of that nature.
The primary responsibilities include bidding work within our specific services; establish budgets, contract negotiations and coordinating between the project management and superintendents overseeing the project.
Ed Graham, estimator Joe Bridenstine, estimator Adam Zeleny, estimator Patrick Zeleny, estimator assistant
Monitor budgets for each project, track costs, timelines,
Bruce Gibson, project manager David Steger, project manager
Quinte Snyder, superintendent Richie Bosnick, superintendent