Wargo Enterprises, Inc. was incorporated by John Wargo in 1997 and has grown into a well-respected company in the heavy construction and demolition industry. Wargo Enterprises, Inc. provides highly specialized, full service, industrial demolition from the smallest building to a full-scale implosion of a high-rise structure. The majority of our work is performed in the northeastern United States; however some projects have been completed in the southern and western parts of the United States.

With demolition as our primary focus, our expertise also includes but is not limited to excavation, site work, utility installation and repair, infrastructure installation and repair, environmental cleanup, tank removal, concrete and rock crushing, rock breaking, and land clearing.

We have a wide range of equipment and equipment attachments that we utilize for various projects including all sizes of excavators, wheel loaders, off road haul trucks, bulldozers, compactors, skid steers and winching equipment. Wargo Enterprises, Inc. also has a wide range of equipment accessories such as shears, processors, hammers, feller buncher, grapples, chippers, grinders and our latest addition of a crusher. Our crusher is equipped with a magnetic metal separator and two scaled stacker conveyers to compliment and enhance our demolition and recycling services. Our crusher will crush concrete, brick, block and rock to produce various types of aggregate.

Wargo Enterprises, Inc. takes great pride in our most valued asset, our employees. All of our employees are 40hr Hazmat and OSHA 10hr, as well as 30hr Certified. Continuous safety training is standard operating procedures as personnel and project safety is always our number one priority.

We will help you orchestrate the steps needed in order to get the job done correctly and safely. We will walk you through the demolition process, making it simple and hassle free. Our experience and professionalism enable us to understand and anticipate our customers' needs to ensure complete customer satisfaction.