Anvil's photo taken by Whitney Whitehouse and submitted by Maria Zavala has won second place in ENR's national photo contest! The photo of Anvil's exceptional operator, Josh Boyle tipping a chimney in the Santa Cruz Mountains has received a full-page bleed with a two-page spread in the print edition! Congratulations ! Thank you for your participation! Great work Josh!
All the best,
Richard J. Leider | Co-Founder| Chief Administrative Officer | CHST
"Demolition" E- NR 2021 Year in Construction
This past year, San Francisco-based Anvil Builders completed the cleanup of the destruction of the 2020 wildfires in the Santa Cruz Mountains in California. "This [Cat excavator] is knocking down a chimney on one parcel in Santa Cruz County, one of the first steps in the debris removal process," says William Robowski, project executive at Anvil Builders, of the scene depicted in the photo. The fires, which took place in September 2020, burned 846,000 acres and destroyed 2,723 structures. Anvil completed debris removal on 900 properties and removed 25,000 hazard trees that were damaged by the fires.
Photographer: Whitney Whitehouse
Santa Cruz, California
Submitted by: Maria Zavala, Anvil Builders