College Park Honda, Greenbelt, MD Access Contracting Group was awarded the opportunity to renovating an existing car dealership in Greenbelt, MD. Demolition: Demolish and remove existing drywall partitions Demolish and remove existing doors and frames Demolish and remove existing ceramic tile flooring Demolish and remove existing carpet and vinyl flooring (includes removal of 90-95% of adhesives) Demolish and remove existing breakroom area finishes at upper level Demolish and remove existing restroom finishes
500 Hickory Dr. – Aberdeen, MD Access Contracting Group was awarded the opportunity to renovate a warehouse in Aberdeen, MD. Demolition: Demolish and remove 110,000 sqft of mezzanine deck that consists of 4″ concrete on metal pan deck Demolish and remove mezzanine steel bar joists (associated steel column demolition by others) Demolish and remove stairs and railings associated with mezzanine Demolish and remove existing office area complete (select walls to remain per plans) Chip.
Assisted Living Facility – Olney, MD The Access Mold division had extreme work to do in this Assisted Living community. After many flooding occasions in these buildings, our mold team was brought in to perform exquisite remediation using almost all of our equipment inventory, as well as permanently removing some walls and flooring due to the extent of the water damage. .
The Standard – College Park, MD The Standard project was a student housing complex which included asbestos abatement before a complete tear down of the building. Our Roll-Off Recycling division was consistently on site to help remove debris. This job took a little over a month to complete and our team worked to tear down this complex by first demoing around the outside of the building and working our way to the.
US Foods – Manassas, Virginia US Foods was a mold and fire restoration job along with minor interior demolition in Manassas, Virginia. After inspection, mold spores were found behind cove base and sections of drywall. Interior demolition had already began so once mold was removed, it was found to be caused by leaking windows. Temporary walls and ceilings were put up to contain treatments using air scrubbers with negative pressure. All drywall.
COVID-19 Disinfecting Services Access Environmental has been called in to disinfect multiple sites throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. We can provide disinfecting services to all our customers while following all the recommendations provided by WHO, the CDC and the EPA. Call or Email us today to discuss our disinfecting services for your facilities. 443.692.6213 Estimating@accessdemolition.com
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 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 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 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 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.