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When it comes to office furniture liquidation and decommissioning in the tri-state area, you need a partner that you can trust to manage the process from start to finish. That’s where DOI comes in – our team of experts has extensive experience in handling office furniture liquidation and decommissioning projects of all sizes, and we’re committed to making the process simple and stress-free for our clients.

We start every project with a site tour, inventory, and scope discussion, which allows us to assess the types of furniture that need to be liquidated or decommissioned, including workstations/cubicles, seating, private office furniture, training furniture, conference rooms, and breakroom furniture. From there, we work with you to determine the best course of action for each piece of furniture, whether that means reusing it at another of your sites or at one of DOI’s network of clients, our next option would be to donating it, DOI works with many charities to keep as much as possible from the landfill or recycling it.

Once the scope of the project has been defined, our team will finalize the details with any additional stakeholders, such as the landlord, to ensure that everyone is on the same page. DOI we be managing trucks for items that will be resold, donated , recycled, or disposed of, and overseeing all labor management.

DOI’s project managers will focus on the safe and efficient removal of furniture from the site. They’ll also keep the project on track, ensuring that deadlines are met and the budget is kept under control.

At the end of the project, our team will handle any necessary site renovation tasks, such as drywall painting and repair, branding and signage removal, ceiling tile replacement and grid repair, and network cable abatement.