Leyden Lido Motel Demolition Project

Project Details


Omega’s recently completed demolition of the Leyden Lido Motel showcases our commitment to precision and environmental stewardship. This complex project involves the detailed teardown of a two-story motel, strategically planned to ensure safety and efficiency near sensitive infrastructure.

Project Highlights:

  • Strategic Abatement: Our team is actively conducting extensive abatement, removing hazardous materials in compliance with environmental standards.
  • Technical Challenges: Positioned just two feet from vital power lines, this project requires precise handwork and coordination with ComEd to protect these critical assets.
  • Skilled Workforce: Omega’s highly trained field employees are demonstrating their demolition expertise, employing specialized techniques and equipment tailored to the unique demands of the site.
  • Environmental Stewardship: The site will be backfilled with clean fill and topped with CA-6 upon completion, reflecting our commitment to sustainable practices and responsible site restoration.

This recently completed project highlights Omega’s capability to manage complex demolition tasks with a blend of technical expertise, advanced equipment, and a skilled workforce, all while upholding our core values of safety, precision, and environmental responsibility.

Demolition of the Lido Motel Video

The infamous Lido Motel in unincorporated Leyden Township, long a blight and hub for criminal activity, has been demolished by Omega. This marks a significant step in addressing past enforcement issues and revitalizing the area.

Part of a broader redevelopment plan for Mannheim Road in Rosemont, this project aims to transform old industrial and commercial sites into new developments, potentially including hotels and parking to support Allstate Arena and O’Hare Airport.