Omega conducts hazardous building materials assessments to provide clients with the knowledge they need to safely and cost-effectively move forward with renovation and demolition projects.
The assessment, also known as a Hazardous Building Materials Survey (HBMS), includes both visual inspections and sampling of materials to determine whether a site contains asbestos, lead, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), mold, universal hazardous waste or other hazards that can lurk in building materials or the subsurface of a building such as underground storage tanks, contaminated soil or groundwater.
Omega team members have deep expertise in the safe and compliant identification, remediation and management of hazardous materials for a wide variety of projects. Our services eliminate the threat of unrecognized hazards that can pose health and safety hazards to workers and building occupants and derail project deadlines and budgets. A comprehensive pre-construction or pre-demolition hazardous building materials assessment lets you move forward with confidence and with a cost-effective plan for managing any required remediation in accordance with regulatory standards.
Hazardous Materials Testing and Assessment Services
- Asbestos Survey
- Lead Survey
- Moisture and Mold Assessment
- Collection and Testing of Drinking Water
- Inspection for PCBs in Light Ballasts, Transformers, etc.
- Fluorescent Light Assessment for Mercury Vapor
- Radioactive Tritium Assessment (Exit Signs)
- Radon Inspection
- Floor Drainage Inspection
- Assessment of Underground Storage Tanks
- Animal Waste Cleanup
- Evaluation of Hazardous Waste
- Flammable or Toxic Chemicals
- HVAC Assessment for Hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC)
- Inspection of Hydraulic Lifts, Electrical Transformers, Above-Ground Storage Tanks, and more
Our surveys are conducted by highly trained team members who are accredited, certified and highly qualified in their fields, including leading experts in toxicology, environmental engineering and industrial hygiene, among other areas of expertise. A completed assessment includes a written report detailing the findings and analytical results of the assessment, along with site-specific recommendations for mitigation of any discovered hazards.
Contact us to arrange for a site visit or click on the link below to learn more about how our hazardous building materials assessment can help ensure the success of your project.