CRYSTAL SPRINGS, FL--(Marketwired - November 10, 2016) - CES Synergies, Inc. (OTC PINK: CESX) is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, Cross Environmental Services, Inc. (CES), has received a series of Letters of Authorization and has begun to provide demolition services on various parcels located in St. Lucie County in connection with roadway expansion for the Florida Department of Transportation, District IV.
The project requires CES to provide demolition services for various properties along Kings Highway to the north of State Road 70. The work should run through the first quarter of 2017. Under separate contract, CES will also perform asbestos abatement at these locations, as necessary, prior to demolition activities.
"We are excited to continue our demolition and abatement activities with the Florida Department of Transportation, District IV, as we are pleased to continue the work we have done, and continue to do, with many of the FDOT districts throughout Florida," said Mr. John Tostanoski, CEO of CESX. "CES is committed to establishing itself as a go-to partner for demolition and asbestos abatement services in Florida and beyond. We appreciate and greatly value the confidence the Florida Department of Transportation has placed in us through the creation and fulfillment of multiple contracts."
CES Synergies, Inc., through its subsidiary, Cross Environmental Services, Inc., is a specialty environmental services company providing quality environmental contracting solutions, demolition and remediation services to commercial and industrial customers, as well as federal, state and municipal entities. More information may be found at the Company's website: www.crossenv.com
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