Baltimore National Cemetery – Baltimore, MD

Baltimore National Cemetery – Baltimore, MD

Baltimore National Cemetery -Baltimore, MD  Access Demolition was awarded the opportunity to complete lead based paint removal at the Baltimore VA National Cemetery.   Lead Paint Removal: Mobilize manpower & equipment  Demo & remove all lead based paint Wood trim Fascia Soffit    
Harkins 3rd Floor Expansion – Columbia, MD

Harkins 3rd Floor Expansion – Columbia, MD

Harkins 3rd Floor Expansion – Columbia, MD Access Demolition was awarded by Harkins Builders to complete the 3rd floor expansion of their headquarters in Columbia, MD. Demolition: Mobilize manpower & equipment Saw cut & remove staircase opening  Remove & dispose of ceilings & light fixtures throughout  Remove & dispose of drywall partitions, doors & frames where indicated Remove & dispose of floor finishes throughout Remove & dispose of millwork & MEP items where indicated.
Children’s National at Samuel Kelsey – Washington, DC

Children’s National at Samuel Kelsey – Washington, DC

Children’s National at Samuel Kelsey – Washington, DC Access Demolition was awarded the opportunity to work inside Samuel Kelsey getting it ready for Children’s National.  Our scope of work consisted of Demolition & Lead & Asbestos Abatement.   Demolition: Mobilize manpower & equipment Demo & remove walls, counter tops, cabinets, plywood work tables, stud wall, drywall & flooring mastic Demo & remove duct work & mechanical equipment Provide dumpster for waste & remove all debris.
Research Lab – McLean, VA

Research Lab – McLean, VA

Research Lab – McLean, VA Removed and disposed of a two-story steel framed and concrete decked observation office inside of a functioning research laboratory for Genex Systems. Use of full negative pressure containment to ensure no dust contaminated the air within the facility.
17th St Bank Vault – Washington, DC

17th St Bank Vault – Washington, DC

17th St Bank Vault – Washington, DC Existing PNC bank in high end office space located in Northeast Washington, DC. The 10 X 12 vault was 12” thick with 1” steel plate lined interior and roof. Due to space & noise restrictions, all work was performed at night. This vault was constructed on a pedestal area above street level which required additional planning and safety measures to ultimately remove the 7,500lb door.