Family-owned and -operated for over 40 years.
Bobby Lindamood, Sr., founded Lindamood Demolition in Irving, Texas, in 1975. The business he started has continued as a family affair ever since. Bobby started out performing earthwork on house pads for builders and began excavation services when he bought his first truck and tractor. Over the years, Lindamood has grown into the highly respected company you see today.
Bobby ran the business singlehandedly until his wife, Kayla, joined him in 1980 to run the office side of things. They made a great team, and the company grew at a steady pace thanks to their hard work and determination.
Lindamood added demolition and site remediation services in 1982 when they received a call asking them to tear down a house. In the 1990s, Lindamood became fully bonded and started working on multiple projects at Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport, a relationship that is still going strong today.
Lindamood was certified as a woman-owned firm and began offering disaster recovery services in 2004. By 2005, Bobby and Kayla's son Jake established Lindamood's heavy hauling branch to serve the needs of Lindamood’s growing fleet and that of their many customers. Lindamood's first of many implosions occurred in 2006 with the demolition of Providence Hospital in Waco, Texas. In 2008, Jake performed the company's first high-reach demolition in Austin on the University of Texas campus.
Jake followed in his father’s footsteps from a young age, spending every weekend and holiday working at his father's side, learning to run every piece of equipment they owned. Jake was especially drawn to the trucking side of the business and bought his own haul truck as soon as he was old enough to get a CDL.
In 2009, Bobby passed away in a tragic accident. Today, Lindamood is still a family business, headed up by Kayla and Jake. Together, they have continued to grow the business while keeping the principles that Bobby instilled in the company at the forefront.