Asbestos Abatement

Your Disaster Recovery Solution

 

When we started doing business in 1989, asbestos abatement was the first service we offered. Today, ATI is a national leader in providing this service. In 2007, Engineering News-Record, a leading construction magazine, ranked us among the top 10 asbestos abatement contractors in the country.

We provide asbestos abatement services to a wide variety of facilities including:

 

• Schools
• Hospitals
• Hotels
• Casinos
• Manufacturing plants
• Commercial buildings
• Government buildings
• Apartment complexes

 

Where is Asbestos Found?

 

Asbestos is typically found in structures that were built prior to the early 1980s. Certain types of asbestos do not burn, conduct heat or conduct electricity. Because of these unique characteristics, these particular types were used in making building materials such as:

 

 

 




• Acoustic ceilings
• Button board
• Drywall
• Duct work
• Fireproofing
• Lath and plaster
• Linoleum
• Mastic
• Plaster
• Stucco
• Tape and mud
• Texture coating
• Transite piping and siding
• Vinyl asbestos tile
• Vinyl sheet goods

 

 

Asbestos is often discovered when the material containing the substance is disturbed. This may happen during a renovation, remodeling job, demolition or after a natural disaster. Once the asbestos-containing material is disturbed, abatement is recommended to prevent any potential health threats to the building occupants. According to the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), exposure to asbestos could potentially increase the risk of developing cancer of the lung or other organs. 



Our approach

 

We offer comprehensive asbestos abatement services ranging from initial investigation through project completion. For each job, we:

 

• Write and submit a project proposal and budget.
• Coordinate and facilitate an initial asbestos survey and investigation.
• Retrieve samples and test.
• Finalize the work plan.
• Remove asbestos-containing materials using industry approved techniques.
• Track and compile asbestos waste manifests.
• Prepare and submit a close-out package including a final report detailing project activities and necessary documentation.

 

Safety & Training

 

Maintaining a safe working environment for our crews, the facility owner, and occupants living or working in the affected area is our top priority. We perform every asbestos abatement job responsibly by safeguarding the environment in which we are working and using the industry's most effective methods and equipment to protect our employees and customers.

Our crews are rigorously trained in asbestos abatement procedures and are required to follow all local, state and federal regulations when performing these procedures. We are proud to note that our company consistently maintains some of the lowest Experience Modification Rates in the asbestos abatement industry.

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