About Urban Miners
E-mail Urbanminers@gmail.com Phone 203-287-0852 Website – oh, right, you are already at the website
At Fairhaven Furniture, 72 Blatchley Avenue, Fairhaven. Summer schedule: Open 10-3 on Saturdays.
Bridgeport Outlet, Monger’s Market, 1155 Railroad Avenue, Bridgeport. open Sunday’s 10-4
Update 6-3-18 1155 Railroad Avenue in Bridgeport is a large three story building located right at the Wordin Avenue exit in Bridgeport Ct. On the first floor there will be multiple vendors selling salvaged materials, furniture made from salvaged materials; industrial salvage, architectural, antiques and more. Urbanminers has a vendor section, along with other vendors. You may have picked up items in the past from our storage at the same location, now becoming a retail space.
Retail Note: At Urbanminers we sell a considerable amount of our materials directly from our job sites, in order to be aware of these materials, we suggest following our Instagram and Facebook accounts. You can find out what inventory we have before it is even removed from the source building ! P.s. our newsletters below have links to all our sites, newspaper articles etc.
We are a licensed demolition contractor.See CERTIFICATE See short barn deconstruction video: Somers Barn Video Somers barn Video Two
However we dissemble buildings by hand and save the materials, only using equipment and disposal when necessary.Check the latest newsletter for current projects
Formed out of a commitment to environmental and social sustainability, Urban Miners salvages building materials and household goods to pass on to you at affordable prices. Our mission “ recycle & reuse goods & used building materials to minimize waste to sustain the local community.” Spport our effort https://www.gofundme.com/6p2jsd2j6g
Since 2007, Urban Miners has grown to become the forerunner and regional leader in a growing economy of retail reuse centers and salvage service industries. As of this year, we are moving towards increasing deconstruction services and selling larger volumes of salvaged materials directly from job sites, and through local not for profit reuse centers; decreasing our retail footprint in size (and increasing its eclecticism we hope).
Barn Deconstruction Video Here ! Watch the barn collapse while keeping in mind it is not , in fact, a demolition, but that, in fact, we are saving all of the materials for reuse. Enjoy the entertainment value of a building falling down , while having the assurance that it is not getting wasted – the best of both worlds. VIDEO HERE
Left photos – Two tobacco barns deconstructed in Windsor Locks. Right: barn in Prospect we are deconstructing ( August , 2018) and barn in Somers we are almost finished with.
Recognized by the Hamden Chamber of Commerce as recipient of the 2012 Green Business Advocate Award and designated as Business New Haven’s Rising Star of 2010, Urban Miners also works with the public/private sector to educate and advocate for deconstruction and materials reuse.
Founder Joe DeRisi holds a master’s degree in resource management as well as a certificate in deconstruction, and has worked locally as an environmental analyst, conservationist and former building contractor. He works alongside a staff of talented others who share a vision for a sustainable future and a commitment to customer service.