January2014


Abestos Abatement Oversight

Posted on January 30th, by Kate Farmer in Projects. Comments Off on Abestos Abatement Oversight

Commercial Building
Location: City of Rockwall
Project Manager: John Purcell
Date: January 10, 2014

Farmer performed air monitoring and work observation for the asbestos abatement activities within a facility in Rockwall, TX from January 8, 2014 to January 10, 2014. Farmer, as a representative to the owner of the facility, verifies the work area is clean, orderly, and free of visible asbestos-containing building materials.


Phase I ESA

Posted on January 22nd, by Kate Farmer in Projects. Comments Off on Phase I ESA

Date: 12/23/2013
Location: Flower Mound, TX

The purpose of this ESA was to identify Recognized Environmental Conditions as defined by ASTM E1527-05. We conduct this assessments to make sure our client does not get involved with, or is made aware of, a property that has potential environmental liability concerns.


Asbestos Abatement Oversight

Posted on January 21st, by Kate Farmer in Projects. Comments Off on Asbestos Abatement Oversight

Location: Hurst

Date: 01/05/2014

Project: Asbestos Abatement Oversight

Asbestos Abatement Oversight. Farmer Environmental Group, LLC has completed air monitoring and observation of work practices during the removal of asbestos-containing building materials in a retail suite in Hurst, TX.


Indoor Air Quality & Mold Assessment

Posted on January 14th, by Kate Farmer in Projects. Comments Off on Indoor Air Quality & Mold Assessment

Date: 12/18/2013
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
Project Manager: George Slay

The limited visual mold / Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) assessment was conducted on December 18, 2013 by Mr. George Slay of Farmer Environmental Group, LLC (Farmer).  Farmer is a mold assessment company (ACO0190) licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS).   Mr. Slay is a TDSHS-licensed mold assessment consultant (MAC1107).  Farmer conducted the visual inspection and the collection of four (4) ambient mold air samples and fifteen (15) bulk samples for asbestos content analysis from the designated areas of concern at the site.  The assessment was conducted in response to the presence of suspect microbial growth found.