Always ready for the storm™

Whether it’s a winter storm, hurricane, tornado, flood, or whatever mother nature decides to throw at you — we have the equipment, the manpower, and the experience needed to come to your aid. When it comes to removing snow, brush, debris and everything in between — or hauling in aggregates, salt, sand or other materials — you can rely on Riccelli-Northern. We have a large fleet of trucks and heavy equipment that includes Dump Trucks, Walking Floor Trailers, Dump Trailers, Flatbeds, Payloaders, Excavators, Skid Steers, and so much more.

Riccelli-Northern’s Emergency Services is currently located:

201 St. Charles Street
New Orleans, LA 70170

9001 North Ocean Drive
Hollywood, FL 33019

209 N. Austin Street
Rockport, TX 78382

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In addition to our 400-truck fleet, we can always put 350 additional trucks at your disposal with just one phone call. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Of course, the most important feature of Riccelli-Northern is our 550 employee workforce. Our team is hand-picked, experienced, our drivers are licensed in all 50 states, and are among the best in the business. This combination of equipment and expertise has helped us become the Emergency Services resource you can rely on.

Riccelli-Northern is proud to have been a part of these emergency efforts:

  • Hurricane Irma in 2017
  • Hurricane Harvey in 2017
  • Winter Storm Jonas in 2016
  • Winter Storm that crippled Buffalo in 2014
  • Super Storm Sandy in 2012
  • Hurricane Katrina in 2005

Our Equipment:

  • Dump Trucks
  • Walking Floor Trailers
  • Dump Trailers
  • Flatbeds
  • Live-Bottom Trailers
  • Tankers
  • Payloaders
  • Excavators
  • Skid Steers
  • Pickup trucks with plows

Office: 315.433.5115     Central Dispatch: 315.433.5200     Fax: 315.433.1920

EventClient/LocationValueTime FrameWork Completed
Hurricane LauraLake Charles, LA$3 Million9/20 – 4/21
  • DMS Management
  • Final Disposal Management
  • 20 Walking floors
  • 4 Excavators
  • 1 Million Yards C&D and Vegetative hauled to final disposal site
Hurricane MichaelVarious Clients$9 Million9/18 – 3/19
  • DMS Management
  • Haul In from Streets
  • 27 Street Crews
  • Final Disposal 20 Walking floors
  • 3 Million Yards C&D and Vegetative
Hurricane FlorenceVarious Clients$3 Million9/18 – 3/19
  • DMS Management
  • Haul In From Streets
  • 22 Street Crews
  • Final Disposal 20 Walking floors
  • 2 Million Yards C&D and Vegetative
Hurricane FlorenceCamp Lejuene, NC$150,00012/18 – 1/19
  • Air Curtain Destruction Operations Management
  • Safely Destroyed 60,000 yards of Vegetative Debris
Hurricane HarveyTexas: Various Clients$6 Million9/17 – 12/17
  • DMS Management
  • Haul In From Streets
  • 12 Street Crews
  • Final Disposal 20 Walking floors
  • 250,000 tons C&D
Snow Storm JonasBaltimore, MD$5 Million2/17 – 3/17
  • Supplied 200 Dump trucks to Haul Snow
  • Supplied 25 FEL to Remove snow from Streets
  • 24 Strike teams to Clear Roads and transport Snow
  • 30 Plow trucks to Assist in street Clearing
Snow Storm JonasAshBritt$100,0002/17 – 3/17
  • Supplied Dump trucks to Haul Snow
  • Supplies FEL to Remove snow from Streets
  • 24 Strike teams to Clear Roads and transport Snow
Hurricane SandyVarious Clients$60 Million8/12 – 4/13
  • DMS Management
  • Haul In From Streets
  • 27 Street Crews
  • Final Disposal 200 large capacity Trailers
  • 6 Million Yards C&D and Vegetative
  • 200,000 loads Shipped to Final Destination
  • Demolition of 300 Properties
Hurricane KatrinaVarious Clients$62 Million8/05 – 5/06
  • DMS Management
  • Waste Transportation
  • Building Demo
  • 8 Million yards of Debris Reduction
  • 220,000 loads Hauled to final Destination

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