Interior Demolition Consultation
At Interior Specialists, Inc., doing business as ISI Demolition (ISI), we work hand-in-hand with contractors and clients alike to ascertain your project design goals, and then devise plans to meet those goals on time and on budget. With 26-plus years of demolition experience, our knowledge and expertise cover a long and diverse list of projects, ranging from the smallest day to day projects, to long-term multi‐million dollar projects.
ISI provides interior demolition consultation services to clients throughout the Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Delaware area. Our Florida location allows ISI to offer the same level of service to clients throughout central Florida, including the Orlando metropolitan area.
Our reputation for integrity and reliability starts with our ability to understand our clients’ needs. We listen to the details of your project and provide an unbiased plan for demolition prior to the start of work. This includes planning out the most efficient and cost effective procedures, phasing, and scheduling – all custom tailored to suit the unique requirements of your project.
Interior Demolition Consultation Services to Meet Your Project Requirements
ISI has an extensive list of successful interior demolition projects under our belt, many of which required significant pre-project consultation in order to accomplish specific goals, such as tight deadlines or difficult working environments.
Our work at the United States Naval Academy was one of our most challenging projects to date, in terms of size, scope, and timing. The level of coordination and teamwork required to completely gut the entire hall for renovation would not have been possible without extensive interior demolition consultation prior to the project start.
On another project, we were called upon to dismantle and preserve the historic “Battle of Gettysburg” map held within the original Gettysburg Battlefield Visitor Center. This required cutting the map into three sections, weighing 3 tons each, and packaging and moving them to a safe storage site for future use. Accomplishing this dismantling and preservation required significant pre-project planning on our part, and we worked hand-in-hand with the contractor to develop a successful approach.