With a fleet of heavy equipment, EIS’ demolition division is able to self-perform all aspects of demolition. In addition, we can service facilities nationally, with licenses in most states. Our niche is to provide complete abatement, structural demolition and earthwork services. EIS companies have a class A demolition license and the track record to prepare us for most challenges. 

Our demolition teams are experts in the science of precise and safe removal of obsolete structures, their components, and architectural finishes. We employ innovative and successful techniques in the areas of historical preservation, interior renovation, selective dismantling or total demolition.

EIS companies provide the seamless addition of performing selective and interior demolition for non-hazardous building materials. Whether the work requires the complete demolition of non-structural interior walls, ceilings, finishes and even utilities, or the strategic and selective removal of an exterior component or the creation of building openings, special care is given to provide clients with the schedules and precise coordination that addresses more of the total project operational needs.

All projects are performed with the utmost concern for employee safety and the specific technical and control requirements of the work. Because of our expertise in environmental cleaning, interior demolition projects are equally performed with stringent debris controls and the concern for limiting vibration, noise and dust. Many of our employees that execute this work are also experienced environmental professionals and all employees on the work sites have the necessary training, PPE and applicable OSHA certifications. EIS companies perform this work in commercial buildings, retail spaces, hospitals, industrial sites, governmental structures, military facilities and bridges across the nation.

Demolition services include, but are not limited to:

  • Large Fleet of owned heavy equipment and trucks
  • High reach excavator allows us to demolish tall structures on site that other firms can’t touch
  • Class A demolition license
  • Complete gut-out and selective demolition of floors, walls and ceilings
  • Removal of plumbing, HVAC, electrical and other utilities and equipment
  • Selective industrial demolition
  • Dismantling and transferring of commercial and industrial equipment
  • Concrete wall and flat sawing
  • Exterior wall openings and saw cutting
  • Dust control containments
  • Experience working within occupied buildings and confined spaces
  • Scheduling
  • Asset recovery and recycling
  • Scaffolding and shoring
  • LEED tracking