Hazardous Materials Management Services

HazMat_ManagementEnvironmental and human health concerns can arise during construction/demolition activities, especially where hazardous materials such as asbestos, lead, PCBs and mercury are present. This often happens with historical facilities.

Knowing the location, extent and concentration of hazardous materials prior to project initiation eliminates surprises, helps keep projects on schedule and within budget, and limits worker and occupant liabilities.

D&B is staffed with trained, licensed/certified professionals that provide comprehensive Hazardous Materials Management services, including:

  • Visual Inspections/Sampling
  • Design of Abatement Programs
  • Contract Documents
  • Plans
  • Specifications
  • Preparation of Alternative Work Practice Applications
  • Variances
  • Oversight of Abatement
  • Independent Asbestos Air Sampling/Monitoring
  • Universal Waste Management
  • Hazardous Materials Management
  • Assessment/Abatement Cost Estimating
  • Development/Implementation of Operation and Maintenance Plans

Comprehensive Hazardous Materials Assessments early in project planning phases invariably act as a relatively inexpensive insurance policy that protects against future claims related to unknown hazards.

Overall, conducting a thorough and comprehensive Hazardous Materials Assessment early in the planning phases of your project, invariably acts as an inexpensive insurance policy aimed at protecting you from future claims related to unknown hazards.

Hazardous Materials Management Services Contact:

Brian M. Veith, P.E.
(516) 364-9890, ext. 3009

Richard M. Walka
(516) 364-9890, ext. 3306

Hazardous Materials Management Services Project Profiles:

Hazardous Materials Management Services Compendium of Private Sector and Municipal Clients

New York City Department of Environmental Protection Hazardous Materials Assessment of Bronx Storm Water Pump Stations

New York City Department of Environmental Protection Hazardous Materials Assessment of the Jerome Avenue, Metcalf Avenue, 233rd Street and White Plains Road Storm Water Pumping Stations

New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Investigation/Design/Construction Management Services for Former Kings Park Psychiatric Center