OLS was hired to manage the liquidation and removal of excess assets from the USGCB in Washington DC. The goal for this historical building was to have a zero-landfill liquidation; we were able to achieve the client’s goals by selling, donating, and recycling equipment and furniture.
At OLS, every day is Earth Day. In the 30 years we have been in business, we have created 3,485 project numbers, worked with 1,455 clients, and kept approximately 75% of the 225 million square feet of liquidated commercial space away from landfills. Decrease your stress and your environmental footprint by going green with OLS!
OLS completed a project recently by removing 5 large generators from a building scheduled to be torn down in Northern Virginia. The “relics” from around 1985 required the creativity and logistics that OLS is known for. We pride ourselves in finding most time and cost-effective form of removal- no matter the project!
OLS completed a multifaceted project last week in McLean, VA. Our project had three major components; a content move from the McLean office to the Fairfax office, a cleanout of the McLean office, and a decommissioning of a cooling unit consisting of industrial heat exchangers, pumps, and glycol removal.
OLS completed a multifaceted project last week in McLean, VA. Our objective was the sale and removal of all assets, cable abatement, wall patching, and electrical disconnects. OLS also assisted our client with a small internal move within the building. OLS is prepared to handle your transition with great care and organization.