Congratulations to Bailey, from our Houston Office, on receiving her license as an asbestos inspector in Texas and Louisiana and a mold assessment consultant in Texas.
Following Hurricane Laura’s aftermath, the our team traveled to Lake Charles to do extensive environmental testing near Louisiana’s southwestern border.
Our licensed team of professionals did an indoor air quality (IAQ) assessment in New Orleans and found a pen/asp mold raw count of over 350,000.
We understand that you may be dealing with a multitude of worries concerning the Coronavirus Pandemic. We hope to ease some of your concerns by letting you know that our team is here to help.
Farmer Environmental Group, LLC, a Carrollton-based environmental services firm, has been selected as a Preferred Provider with the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Facility Services.
Farmer Environmental Group’s Houston location received a complaint of a water leak in a commercial building break-room. Our licensed team of professionals identified a mold concern that will require remediation during our assessment.
Projects Clean-Up from Severe Flooding in Louisiana After the severe flooding last week in Louisiana, Farmer Environmental Group was dispatched to the Baton Rouge area in order to assess the amount of damage that several medical offices sustained. As much as 24-48 inches of water had flooded the medical offices. Upon arrival to the Sites, […]
Projects Lead & Asbestos Inspection in Houston Farmer Environmental Group has successfully completed a lead-based paint inspection and an asbestos-containing materials survey of three buildings in Downtown Houston. The three buildings which totaled 115,000 square feet were built from 1914 to 1950 and are planned for demolition. The inspections included interior and exterior suspect materials.
Projects Lead Inspection Location: Galveston, TXProject: Lead InspectionManager(s): Andy Sanchez and Ali Berezin Farmer Environmental Group, LLC (“Farmer”) inspected the 600-foot vessel (the ‘Site’) located in Galveston, Texas for lead-based paint materials (LBP) on November 27, 2013. Mr. Ralph Sanchez, an EPA-accredited and Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) licensed (2070986) Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor with Farmer, […]