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Hazardous Building Materials (Asbestos, Lead, PCBs)

Hazardous building materials may be hiding in areas you wouldn’t expect. Let us help identify and plan for your next renovation or construction project.

FACS Hazardous Building Material (HBM) management services help to identify and manage asbestos, lead, PCBs and other hazardous materials in buildings. Prior to disturbing these materials or before renovation/demolition activities occur, HBM surveys should be conducted to identify the location and condition of potentially hazardous building materials.

If materials are to be impacted, we can assist with specifications, abatement monitoring and clearance reporting. Operations and maintenance plans can also be created for material that will remain in the facilities. We help educate stakeholders, participate in planning activities, review renovations/construction plans and interface with regulatory agencies.

Interested in tracking HBM in your facilities? With FACSTrack HBM, you can view and organize documents & photos on our web-based, interactive system with just a click of a button.

Key Agents & Issues

  • Asbestos
  • Lead
  • Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)

FACS has the ability to respond quickly and provide quality industrial hygiene services in any environment. They assure that their clients come first and provide exemplary environmental consulting services.

Lance Ewing
EVP, Global Risk Management & Client Services, Cotton Holdings Inc.

Case Study

Hospital Demolition Requires Identification & Elimination of Hazardous Agents

An abandoned hospital complex in a historical neighborhood was to be turned over to a developer for reclamation as single-family housing. Given the age of the property (70+ years) and its former use as a medical center, it was critical that the buildings be cleared of environmental pollutants and liabilities before demolition could begin…

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