EJ Spirtas Group, LLC - The AMAX Difference!


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EJ Spirtas Group, LLC - The AMAX Difference!

  1. 1. We PAY to work for You!<br />EJ Spirtas Group, LLCCorporate Principals Performing Global Services for Decades Benefiting Private and Public Owners as well as MunicipalitiesIndustrial Operations – Global Experience , Delivered Locally<br /><ul><li> Prime and Vacant Land Acquisition (Portfolio Assessment)
  2. 2. Environmental Liability Transfer – ELT
  3. 3. Certified Valuation Team – CVT
  4. 4. Absolute Liquidation Capability
  5. 5. Asset Sales, Metals Management and Disposition
  6. 6. Tool Box Services – Including Construction Performance
  7. 7. Total Plant Dismantlement – TPD</li></li></ul><li>Please Use Your Down Arrow or Enter Key to Advance the SlidesSome Slides Take a Few Seconds to LoadThis program is simply intended to share our program.“A Picture Paints a Thousand Words” Chinese ProverbEJ Spirtas Group, LLCCreating and Promoting the AMAX Program – “Asset Maximization”<br />
  8. 8. We can customize a proposal Just For You and Your Firm!<br />
  9. 9. This is how – EJ Spirtas Group, LLC offers the AMAX Difference:<br />AMAX MONETIZES THAT WHICH IS DORMANT <br />While EJ Spirtas’ - AMAX appreciates the opportunity to;<br />Offer services, recycle your Scrap Metals and Idle Equipment, <br />Our firm can quickly quote on complete plant and property that is for sale <br />along with its offering of full liquidation and demolition services.<br />IN SOME CASES THESE ITEMS ARE BILKING THE SYSTEM!<br />IN OTHER CASES THESE POSSESSIONS ARE INVISIBLE, BUT WORTH VALUE!<br />
  10. 10. Global Scrap Operations<br />Processing for Maximum Recovery<br />
  11. 11. Demolition ServicesEric J. Spirtas’ – Work at Lambeau FieldMarketing, Bidding and Performing As President of Spirtas Wrecking Company<br />
  12. 12. Demolition ServicesEric J. Spirtas’ – Work at Mile High StadiumMarketing, Bidding and Performing As President of Spirtas Wrecking Company<br />
  13. 13. Demolition ServicesEric J. Spirtas’ – Work at Industrial PlantsMarketing, Bidding and Performing As President of Spirtas Wrecking Company<br />
  14. 14. Complete Liquidation ServicesEric J. Spirtas’ – Executes XEROX Toner Plant Marketing, Negotiating, Selling and Decommissioning<br />
  15. 15. Energy DevelopmentWind, Solar, Hydro, Co-Gen and Utility Management<br />
  16. 16. Environmental ServicesEric J. Spirtas’ – Work on Remediation SitesMarketing, Bidding and PerformingAs President of Spirtas Wrecking Company<br />
  17. 17. Specialty Demolition<br />Eric J. Spirtas – Leading the IndustryUtilizing the Right Equipment for the Right Job!<br />Contractor Breaks Away from Traditional Demolition Methods (“ENR.com”)<br />Demolition contractor Eric Spirtas has a lot of machines, including 20 excavators, 12 track loaders, 20 skid steers, 8 mini-track excavators, and 20 track excavators. The brands vary; he has bought what he felt would perform best for each kind of work he comes up against. But he wanted one more. “I explained to my banker why this machine is such a good investment,” says Spirtas. “Measured against manual production, I can say that I save in one week what $40,000 worth of hand labor would have been. This machine pays for itself.”<br />Spirtas, owner of St. Louis-based Spirtas Wrecking Co., recently purchased a Komatsu excavator equipped with an 82-ft-high reach boom. The new boom, designed and manufactured by Komatsu, is engineered for demanding demolition applications.<br />With an operating weight of 118,915 lbs, the Komatsu PC450LCD-6 provides 306 hp to boost productivity in all demolition operations. Outfitted with a JRB CXI (Custom Excavators Incorporated) 17R cutter crusher, the excavator has 175 tons of crushing force. Third-member mounting provides 360-degree attachment rotation.<br />“Due to my schedule, I had one hour to actually work with the PC450 at Komatsu’s ‘Demolition Days’—that is all it took for me to decide. I was impressed by its ability to reach up, over, and across, and accurately grab and cut a target point,” Spirtas says. “I saw how it would save me man-hours and improve productivity.”<br />Spirtas finds the high-reach boom unit to be more than just another excavator model. “It’s a multi-purpose tool that lets me rethink the way I approach a demolition job,” he says. “Without the long arm, I would be bidding the same job, but I’d be using the traditional labor-intensive, more costly methods of bringing down a structure. The PC450 is something no one can compete with— at least not until they want to invest in what I’ve got in this excavator.”<br />In fact, his is one of only a handful in the U.S. so far.<br />
  18. 18. SELECT EFFORTS OF EJ Spirtas Group:<br />We MONETIZE<br />Specific Manufacturing Equipment<br />Switch Gear<br />Boiler and Equipment<br />Brand New Items<br />Incineration and Trash Components<br />Old and New Stock<br />Complete Building and Scrap Recovery<br />Facilities via Decommissioning (Selective Actions)<br />Industrial Equipment and Structure Decommissioning<br />Complete Demolition<br />Under Utilized Property<br />Emergency Response – (NY City 911)<br />
  19. 19. Building the Removal<br /><ul><li>Review of Site and Purchase
  20. 20. Create a Logical Procedure
  21. 21. Planning of the Offering
  22. 22. Establishing a Sequence
  23. 23. Evaluating a Partnership Possibility
  24. 24. Clearly Defining the Scope
  25. 25. Proposal Preparation
  26. 26. Execute the Plan</li></li></ul><li>Extensive Power Plant<br />Decontamination / Demolition<br />Demolition and Sales<br />Paper Plant / Paper Machine<br />Performing the Project<br /><ul><li>History Established
  27. 27. Identical Projects
  28. 28. Safety Practice Required
  29. 29. Resources Available
  30. 30. Success Logged</li></ul>Exceptional Safety Record<br />There is only one way to do it!<br />Experience of Industry Best<br />Laborers and Operators<br />
  31. 31. Biographical Sketch<br />Eric J. Spirtas – President<br />April 2010<br />After graduating from ASU in 1988 with a business marketing degree and running a Family Environmental Remediation firm through 1991, Eric J. Spirtas joined, grew and ultimately became president of one of the country’s largest demolition and remediation firms Spirtas Wrecking Company. Serving as president of this full service prime contracting firm from 1996 - 2004 was a key part of Eric J. Spirtas’ professional business education. <br />Performing National and International Contracting Operations, including but not limited to; Demolition, Decommissioning, Nuclear Remediation, Environmental Clean Up, Emergency Response, Implosion, Property Management, General Contracting and Site Development have led to a contracting knowledge and approach that proves successful for client based solutions and analysis. Estimating, Consulting, Managing, Coordinating and Solving Client Problems continues to be the greatest service offered by our team.<br />Projects that Mr. Spirtas has won and decommissioned through competitive bid include the complete demolition and remediation of Lambeau Field in Green bay, McNichols Arena and Mile High Stadium in Denver, The Checker Dome in St. Louis Missouri as well as an array of hundreds of ‘million square foot’ manufacturing facilities and commercial structures across the country for Fortune 500 clients such as American Can, Anheiser Busch, Ameren UE, Kansas City Power & Light, Lockheed Martin, PPG, Western Southern Life. Xerox Decommissioning, Magna Power Train , Nukote International.<br />Since late 2004 Eric has branched out from the Spirtas demolition business supporting Local and National clients. EJ Spirtas Group has created hearty alliances with best practice participants in the “Industrial Development Field”. <br />Shifting towards Brown and then to Green, EJ Spirtas Group focuses on the engagement of all available funds to decommission the old, liquidate and recycle the re-usable and capture the Re-Newable energy that is available along the way.<br />While continuing to perform demolition, remediation and construction management nationwide for select clients, Spirtas has assembled national property holdings (“inventory”) and develops these properties personally and on behalf of clients and partners.<br />It is the decades of project management, asset acquisition and sales that Eric J. Spirtas of the Spirtas Wrecking Family, offers the most sophisticated property analysis, asset valuation and material purchase, quickly and timely to enhance your firms bottom line with the AMAX approach.<br />www.ejspirtasgroup.com<br />
  32. 32. Biographical Sketch<br />Solar Partner<br />April 2010<br />MANAGEMENT<br />TransSolar’s management team has extensive experience in the energy, solar, high-technology, and manufacturing sectors. This unique combination enables continuous innovation, efficient manufacturing, and the consistent supply of large-scale solar power to the energy industry<br /> <br /><ul><li>Joseph Hudgins – CEO, Director
  33. 33. Dr. Richard Wirt – Director and Chief Scientist
  34. 34. Dr. Newton Howard – Director
  35. 35. Everett (Buddy) Rodgers – Executive Vice President
  36. 36. Jigar Shah – Director (Founder SunEdison)
  37. 37. Marc A. Perel, C.P.A – Director
  38. 38. Dr. R.F. Saverin, Esq – Director
  39. 39. Robert Ambrosi – Director
  40. 40. Justin Saverin – Market Development
  41. 41. Gary Bauman, Esq. – Consultant
  42. 42. Bruce Nelson, CPA
  43. 43. Damion Olesncky - Consultant</li></ul>www.transolarenergy.com<br />
  44. 44. Biographical Sketch<br />Financial Partner<br />April 2010<br />Domestic / International Trading - Commodities Funding Partner<br />Faith Group Company (FGC) was incorporated in New Jersey, USA in 1993. Our main businesses include domestic and international trading of PET materials, post-industrial scraps, post-consumer scraps and the relevant processing. We also handle some PETG, PEN, PCTA, PCTG, PTT, HDPE, LDPE, PP, ABS, NYLON as well as special plastics. Besides, we distribute some plastics recycling equipment. Currently we are the largest PET recycling company in the world.FGC has facilities in USA, UK, Netherlands, Mexico, Argentina, Egypt and Hong Kong. In the last 10 years, we have built up the largest global PET recycling, managing and marketing network. The annual recycling quantity is over 200,000 metric tons, the annual turn over is about 120 million USD. <br />Recyclable PET materials include but not limited to: PET purge, PET bottle flake, PET bottle fine, PET prime and off-grade pellets, PET floor sweeping pellets, PET fiber waste, PET popcorn and CPM pellets, PET bottle perform scrap etc. The recycled PET materials are used to make staple fiber, non-woven fiber, sheet and film, container, paint etc. PL Plastic Service LLC is one of our recycling and warehousing subsidiaries located in Florence, South Carolina. This facility provides toll processing service for several main PET manufactures in USA.<br />Qingdao Faith Plastics Co., Ltd started in 1999. This facility handle shredded European PET bottles (bottle shredded into 4 to 8 pieces), PET bottle flakes, purges, film rolls and other recycled plastics. The annual processing capability is 40,000-50,000ton.<br />In 2005, we invested three wood plastics composite (WPC) production lines in Qingdao to make plastic lumber products with recycled PE material. This is a project that will help to protect our environment. We buy extrusion grade HDPE and sell plastic lumber deck, pallets.<br />Qingdao Rockaway Plastic Sheets Co., Ltd. is another subsidiary located in Qingdao Free Trade Zone. The main business for this company is to produce PET sheets from PET resins and PET bottle flakes. We have over 20,000 meters warehouses in Qingdao Free Trade Zone, and provide warehousing and logistic services.<br />Our Ningbo Office is responsible for all the trading activities in Zhejiang Province. PET material and engineering plastics are their core business. We supply over 50,000 ton PET materials annually to Zhejiang market and export staple fiber, non-woven fiber oversea. Our Shenzhen office is in charge of the import and export business & market of Guangdong and Fujian province.<br />www.faith-group.com<br />
  45. 45. Specialized Proposal<br />Allow our firm the opportunity to provide a sophisticated proposal offering services and payment for itemized assets.<br />
  46. 46. ELT Environmental Liability Transfer<br />Your Firm Can Consider - ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY TRANSFER<br /> EJ Spirtas Group can handle complicated Liability Transfer.  Due to the stringent controls and requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley.  Our team can arrange for the comprehensive environmental liability transfer from a corporate client to our acquisition company providing the client complete and final environmental liability transference. By combining superlative expertise within the practices of environmental law, environmental insurance, environmental engineering, corporate indemnification and commercial redevelopment, we offer unparalleled economic solutions for absolute environmental liability transfer and removal.  In addition to fee-based transference of environmental liabilities, EJ Spirtas Group / AMAX actively purchases commercial and/or industrial facilities, portfolios and land sites throughout North America.  In doing so, our clients often discover that their environmental liabilities can be transferred while receiving a positive net payment in return. <br /><ul><li>Guaranteed finite capital solutions for highly variable concerns.
  47. 47. No risk of future expenditures.
  48. 48. Complete corporate indemnification without limits.
  49. 49. Direct assumption of compliance requirements from regulatory agencies.
  50. 50. Total and perpetual transfer of environmental liability and site cleanup.
  51. 51. Comprehensive insurance coverage from highly-rated carriers.
  52. 52. Unlimited corporate umbrella coverage beyond the insurance policy limits.
  53. 53. Immediate positive impact upon balance sheet.</li></li></ul><li>ELT AMAX has found that the “Rasher-Colangelo” formula works well when assessing the intrinsic or baseline value of an environmentally impacted property.<br /><ul><li>BMV = (CMV) – (IC + EL + OL + R + K)
  54. 54. Where BMV = Brownfield Market Value
  55. 55. CMV = Clean Market Value (Value derived using traditional real estate market appraisal techniques – assuming no environmental liabilities and highest and best use).
  56. 56. IC = Investigative Costs (Phase I & II implementation, study & analysis).
  57. 57. EL = Environmental Liabilities (The cost to cure, or clean up the property and reduction in value, if any, due to stigma).
  58. 58. OL = Other Liabilities (Legal fees, brokerage commissions, cost of carry, deferred maintenance issues etc.).
  59. 59. R = Repositioning Costs (Expenses related to achieving highest and best use such as rezoning, demolition, permits, consulting studies, appraisals and non environmental legal services).
  60. 60. K = Rate of Return & Projected Risk (Normal anticipated rate of return on an investment plus a risk premium that rewards higher project exposure). </li></li></ul><li>Our Six-Step Process to Redeploy Underutilized Property AssetsLet us Analyze Your Portfolio<br />Step 1: Economic and Market Trend Analysis<br /> Market researchers identify area demographics, employment growth rates, industry trends and competitive supply within a determined geographic region by interviewing economic development officials, brokers, real estate developers, tenants, manufacturers and property owners. Using the data collected, we can then forecast absorption and occupancy rates for a variety of reuse scenarios.<br />Step 2: Existing Property Evaluation<br /> Our professional, dedicated team of architects and environmental and civil engineers review the existing context and property characteristics, including surrounding land uses, access and utility infrastructure, buildings and site improvements, applicable zoning and land use regulations, environmental status of property, and easements and other legal constraints.<br />Step 3: Develop Alternative Reuse Concepts<br /> Alternate use plans are considered, which respond to current and projected market demand. We demonstrate the attainability of plans given zoning issues, community needs, government attitudes, current site characteristics, environmental constraints and prospective users.<br />Step 4: Analyze Financial Impacts of Alternative Reuse Concepts<br /> Financial analysts estimate development costs and sale / lease rates, determining the impact that those estimates will have on projected cash flow. The availability of public / private financing is explored, and realistic financial and risk analyses are projected to determine potential development value.<br />Step 5: Analyze Disposition Alternatives<br /> Sale, Lease, Joint Venture or Donation. With market-driven reuse options detailed, we analyze alternative means of disposition of the property in light of our client’s objectives. Then, working with management, a specific disposition strategy is recommended to achieve the optimum benefit for the corporation.<br />Step 6: Implementation of the Exit Strategy<br /> Once the recommendations have been presented to and accepted by management, we employ all market resources to identify potential parties interested in the purchase, donation, joint venture or lease of the repositioned property. We can then represent the property owner in the negotiation to assure that the goals of our client are met.<br />
  61. 61. Plan of Action<br />
  62. 62. Conceptual Schedule<br />
  63. 63. Safety Protocol<br />Safety Requires a Known Plan:<br /><ul><li>EJ Spirtas Group - Health & Safety Plan is Industry Leading
  64. 64. A “Site Specific” Safety & Health Program will be created</li></ul>All staff is trained in accordance with:<br />Plant Site Standards<br />Job Specific Standards and Corporate Required Levels<br />Daily JSA’s will be performed (Job Site Assessments)<br />Weekly Safety Meeting with Project Status Report<br />Near Miss Activity<br />Success Report<br />Week in Review / Forecast <br />
  65. 65. Resources<br /><ul><li>Administration
  66. 66. Corporate Office is well equipped to support the Project
  67. 67. EJ Spirtas Group has available support tools that assist with large scale projects of this type
  68. 68. Insurance
  69. 69. Industry Best coverage's will be provided
  70. 70. (GL, Equipment, Environmental, Umbrella)
  71. 71. Project Management / Personnel
  72. 72. Full time Project Management is planned
  73. 73. Site Safety Manager will be proposed
  74. 74. Personnel and Related Resume’ will be provided
  75. 75. All personnel will have previous project experience
  76. 76. Select local labor will be utilized in a blended crew
  77. 77. Equipment
  78. 78. Anticipated Equipment Includes;
  79. 79. Owned Equipment will be sent to site
  80. 80. Leased and Rented equipment will be blended with owned equipment
  81. 81. Sub-Contractors May supply some specific items that will be utilized
  82. 82. Local Contracting Affiliation
  83. 83. Having worked across the county, EJ Spirtas Group involves only the best of local contractor to support its effort
  84. 84. AMAX RENOVATED serves as a PRIME CONTRACTOR, with the intent to always blend local talent within its crews
  85. 85. Scrap Buyer
  86. 86. Local and Off Shore Scrap Buyers have priced the materials and items
  87. 87. Based on Timing of removal and availability of rail; Local – National – Global Scrap sales will be selected
  88. 88. EJ Spirtas Group will continue to analyze Scrap Materials and Equipment uses.
  89. 89. This will result in ASSET MAXIMIZATION</li></li></ul><li>EJ Spirtas Group, LLCCorporate Principals Performing Global Services for Decades Benefiting Private and Public Owners as well as MunicipalitiesIndustrial Operations – Global Experience , Delivered Locally<br />Building a Project<br />Eliminating Risk<br />Maximizing Your Assets<br />EJ Spirtas Group , LLC<br />