Chicago Based McDonagh Demolition, Inc. Speaks at The Blue Book Building And Construction Network Event

July 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Chicago demolition company, McDonagh Demolition was invited to speak at the Blue Book Building & Construction Network Event. This event was sponsored by Wintrust Bank. McDonagh Demolition General Manager, Marietta Baglieri started with the introduction and handed the mic to another team member to further explain what McDonagh construction and McDonagh Demolition does.

According to a representative from the Chicago and Detroit demolition company, “It was a great honor to speak at this event and thanks’ Bluebook and Wintrust Bank for the opportunity and the networking platform for all to take advantage of and enjoy.”

McDonagh Demolition is a Chicago based Class A demolition and general contractor specializing in demolition, environmental remediation, site preparation & recycling, excavation, sewer & water, construction, and design build. McDonagh has an outstanding reputation holding long term relationships with a plethora of private and public entities such as the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA), Chicago Public Building Commission (PBC), Chicago Public Schools (CPS), Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), Illinois Tollway (ISHTA), University of Chicago, and the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD).

For more information please contact McDonagh Demolition at 773.276.7707, 7243 W Touhy Ave, Chicago IL, or email at mail@mdconaghdemolition.com.

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For more information about McDonagh Demolition, contact the company here:

McDonagh Demolition
Tim Cahill
(773) 276-7707
mail@mcdonaghdemo.com
7243 W Touhy Ave. Chicago, IL 60631

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