I received a call from Foot locker (house of hoops) to demo the inside of one of their stores. It's a 5,332 sq. ft area inside a shopping mall. It calls for: Remove cashwrap/backwrap counter. All utilities to cashwrap shall be relocated. All existing conduits not used must be cut off below slab floor patched to match adjoining slab surface height. Remove exisiting floor finish throughout existing sales area/passages and fitting rooms. Existing slab to remain. Provide smooth level surface and prepare surface for new finishes. Remove existing partitions and doors/benchs Existing toilet room to be modified to be ada compliant. Relocate existing toilet and wall partition. Patch and repair surfaces as required. Existing electrical equipment and service to be removed in its entirety. G.C to remove all existing wall/floor fixtures htroughout sales area, fitting rooms, and passages of both spaces. Existing ceilign system remaings. All lighting throughout sales area / Passages / Fitting room spaces to be removed in their entirety. Existing storefront to be removed in its entirety including glass, rolling grille, soffits, lighting, glazing, signage, etc to a mall bulkhead height of 11'-11" Remove existing openings in wall. All existing stockroom shelving / lighting to remain or be relocated. Existing footlocker glazing and soffit to be removed up to height of 11'-0". The challenge I see is that it's inside a mall, so removing the debris may be a challenge. If anyone has ever bid on this type of project, what would you suggest bidding on it?