My first connection to DH Griffin was a scrap purchase in seventies, Commercial dryer motor still runs, Powers grinding wheel, Purchased for pennies on the pound
I stood beside David Griffin of DH Griffin Construction (and demolition) as he pushed the button to implode a building in downtown Charlotte several years ago.
You may recall that he oversaw the demolition and scrap removal from the 9/11 twin tower collapse.
My connection to DH Griffin goes back to the seventies when I made my first purchase there at their salvage yard.
I bought a commercial dryer electric motor for pennies on the pound and paid less than $ 2.00.
The motor still works great and is still being used.
DH Griffin was smart to begin doing salvage and demolition work long before it was trendy.
They have prospered.
There is still a lot of money to be made and saved and a lot of planet to save as well.