Who We Are

Pro SE Services, Inc. (“Pro SE”) of Modesto, California is a decommission company specializing in the dismantling and removal of heavy industrial and commercial structures. We are a qualified licensed and bonded contractor who have been providing services since 1988 – with reliability and responsibility.

Since the start of the company, Pro SE has continually grown and expanded over the years in order to meet the needs of an ever-changing industry. As a result of this, Pro SE has become an established, trusted company, reputed throughout the United States – for our commitment to quality, safety, and integrity.

Experience & Background

Our experience and quality of meticulousness has led us to complete some of the most challenging commercial and industrial decommissioning projects, with precision and safety. No matter the complexity of the job, our ability to create “turn-key” solutions, coupled with industry leading talent and unwavering commitment to excellence – has made us a dependable contracting partner for projects of all sizes and scopes.

Pro SE has a wide and diverse background in commercial and industrial decommissioning and recycling, and have expanded our services and geographical coverage across the US in our two decades of operation. We have now added scrap metal brokerage and consulting services to our repertoire. Additionally, in 2003, Pro SE added a fleet of heavy trucks and tractor trailers designed to meet the transportation needs that often accompany decommissioning projects, including: heavy equipment transport, debris removal, roll-off/end-dump services, plus many other specialty hauling.

Commercial & Industrial Demolition Contractors Northern California
Pro SE Services is a California nationwide decommissioning company

Management Team

Steve Espinoza

Founder & President

Office: (209) 543-1600 · Cell: (209) 993-4846

Nate Mora

Business Development

Office: (209) 543-1600

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