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Diversified Environmental has had the privilege of serving a diverse clientele, many of whom are repeat customers. They include, but are not limited to, the following:

Public School Systems

Diversified has provided abatement and selective demolition services to the District of Columbia Public Schools, the Prince George’s County Public Schools, and the Baltimore City Public Schools.

Smithsonian Institution

Diversified has provided asbestos abatement, lead-based paint abatement and selective demolition services to numerous Smithsonian buildings, including the National Museum of American History, the Arts and Industries Building, the Air and Space Museum, the Renwick Gallery, the National Zoo, the Garber Preservation, Restoration and Storage Facility, and the Conservation Research Center. Other services that have been provided are UST removal and new tank installation.

Howard University

This university has utilized Diversified's services for over 12 years. One major project involved the full-scale remediation of the historic 5-story Miner Building. Additionally, Diversified has performed abatement in Founders Library (a National Historic Landmark), as well as in the Chemistry Building, the College of Dentistry, the Armour J. Blackburn University Center, the School of Architecture, and the College of Medicine, to name just a few.

U.S. Department of State

Diversified has traveled to many foreign countries as a contractor for the Department of State.

Children's National Medical Center (CNMC)

For the CNMC Diversified has provided multiple services, from asbestos abatement to interior and selective demolition; installation of dry wall, flooring, ceilings and drop ceilings; painting; removal of lead shielding from x-ray rooms; and environmental testing.

Kingsbury Day School

This project required the removal of lead-based paint from the exterior of the school; specifically, from the front and back of both entrances to the building. Several layers of the paint were removed from windows, door frames and columns, and from the decorative molding at the front of the building.