Engaging Spaces, Engaged Learners
Together we can create learning environments that maximize student achievement.
So Much More Than a Building
Some companies look at a school as the sum of its parts — just rooms full of desks, chairs, and shelves. We see every corner of a school as an opportunity to bring the learning environment, curriculum, teachers, and students together to create a culture of inspired exploration, creation, and fun.
With more than 115 years of experience creating effective learning environments, relationships with leading educational furniture suppliers, and proprietary furnishings only available through Demco, we can help you create flexible spaces that will allow you to support learners now and into the future.
What Our Clients Are Saying
““These spaces have totally renovated not only the space itself, but the learning that happens inside. It’s been transformative. Kids walk in and you can see how motivated they are.”
– Ed Kemnitzer, Executive Assistant for Technology Integration, Massapequa School District, NY
“Bottom line is Demco has been awesome to work with, and I see our partnership lasting well beyond our project.”
– Brett Stousland, District Administrator, Barneveld School District, WI
“Demco Interiors was instrumental in providing information on how to equip the space to meet our needs. They guided us through every decision from product selection to finishes.”
– Paul Koenig, LRC Coordinator, Eisenhower High School, IL
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