Interior Demolition – defined as taking apart the interior of a structure in a safe manner while preserving the exterior portion and other areas not scheduled for demolition. This could include demolition of walls, partitions, finishes, equipment, pipes, fittings, etc. as would be required for an interior renovation project.
Select demolition – the removal of components, portions of structures, or interior finishes while protecting the remaining structure.
Deconstruction – taking a building apart while carefully preserving valuable materials of the building components for re-use. Or, the selective dismantlement of building components, specifically for re-use, recycling, or waste management. All of the above referenced demolition or deconstruction techniques may require asbestos abatement and / or lead-based paint abatement prior to demolition or deconstruction.