Lead and Asbestos removed from a Dallas building under construction. The Dallas building began the renovation process which included the asbestos and lead testing. Following the testing, action was required to remove lead and asbestos. This oversight was conducted by Farmer Environmental Group’s licensed asbestos inspector, Glen Walker. The scaffolding has been erected for workers to use chemicals and pneumatic needle guns, to remove lead based paint from the frames. The asbestos window caulking has also been removed as part of the renovations.
This building sustained roof damage from Hurricane Ike in 2008, causing flood damage to this portion of the building. After the roof was repaired some water restoration activities began, but were not completed. Instead, the building was closed off and remained unused for several years. Farmer was contracted to conduct a mold and asbestos survey of the Site in order to determine the best course of action for mold abatement. Farmer is currently conducting mold abatement for the Site, so that the client can once again use the offices that have been closed off for years.
Client: Private Residence
Location: Graford, Texas
Project: Asbestos Inspection
Manager: Beau Otto
Farmer Environmental Group, LLC inspected a Vacant Residence in Graford, Texas for asbestos-containing building materials (ACBM). FEG were able to determine locations and conditions of asbestos-containing materials and determine the impact these materials will have on scheduled demolition. FEG completed the project on time and assisted the client in obtaining the necessary building permit with the City of Graford in accordance with the Senate Bill 509.