Stop by the Omega Environmental Services table at the California State University Fullerton Vendor Expo from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 19th.
Campuses across California are in the midst of a construction boom as aging structures are demolished or renovated to make way for state-of-the-art student unions, upgraded classrooms and more student housing.
Join Omega Environmental Services at the California State University Fullerton Vendor Expo Wednesday, Feb 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn more about our expertise in environmental assessment and remediation for college and university buildings undergoing construction-related activities.
The Right Partner for Keeping University Renovations on Track
Omega has extensive experience working with universities and colleges to safely update campus structures. One example includes our work helping Occidental College remove asbestos and lead from a historic building undergoing renovation. Over a period of about four months, Omega effectively and safely managed the assessment and remediation, saving Occidental $900,000 in the process.
The project was such a success that the L.A.-based college partnered with Omega to renovate Johnson Hall, as well as some of their older dormitories.
You can read the full case study here.
Getting Rid of Hazardous Materials While Minimizing Health Risks
Most buildings built before 1980 have materials containing asbestos, lead and other hazardous materials and require an experienced environmental partner to ensure that renovation or demolition proceeds safely and in accordance with regulatory requirements.
As a full-service environmental management and hazardous materials consulting firm, Omega’s staff has more than 25 years of experience. Omega’s diverse team provides both the technical support and deep expertise needed for safely removing asbestos in the university setting, including assessment, project design, remediation and oversight of renovation processes to reduce the risk of exposure as well as to ensure full compliance with state and federal environmental regulations. Working with campus EHS departments, our expert toxicologists have participated in town hall meetings to educate and update university staff and students about ongoing remediation activities.
To learn more about our services, including environmental assessments for asbestos, lead, silica, mold and moisture, PCBs, indoor air quality, construction dust, or other toxic materials, give us a call or click on the link below. Or stop by our table at the vendor expo. We hope to see you there!