Aspen Deconstruction requires several laborers, depending on the scope and timeframe of the project, to carefully disassemble the materials in a building. Whether they are wood planks, insulation, pipes, tiles, or stones, Aspen Deconstruction takes a hands-on piece-by-piece approach.

Laborers are trained in safety, disassembling materials, storing them for either reuse or transport, and keeping the project site in a neat and orderly manner at the end of each day. Managers oversee the project on a daily basis, while determining where materials are stored and transported. An estimator is also needed to determine the cost of the job. Although the overall costs of deconstruction compared to demolition are generally the same, deconstruction usually requires a longer time to complete.