Riverfront strives to provide a full range of services to our clients, and that includes addressing indoor hazards such as asbestos, lead-based paint, radon, mold, and other similar issues. Our scientists and engineers are trained and certified to assess and address these types of contaminants. Phase I and II ESAs often identify indoor hazards such as those described in this section.

Asbestos
The identification of asbestos-containing materials (ACM) is routinely required during building renovations and demolitions to assess the need for management or abatement and to assess potential exposure conditions. Also, ACM abatement must be performed under controlled conditions generally requiring third party oversight and air monitoring. Riverfront professionals are experienced in the following ACM management areas:

  • Asbestos inspections
  • Development of Operation and Maintenance Programs
  • Abatement design and third-party oversight
  • Air sampling

Riverfront will provide the most appropriate solution to managing ACM while protecting building occupants and workers from potential exposure.

Lead-Based Paint
Identification and maintenance of lead-based paint in residential settings, and in some cases commercial and industrial settings, should be performed in order to control potential exposures, particularly when children occupy a building. Lead-based paint should also be properly managed during building renovations and demolitions. Abatement of lead-based paint must be performed under controlled conditions generally requiring third party oversight and air monitoring. Riverfront provides the following lead-based paint management services:

  • Lead inspections and risk assessments
  • Development of Operations and Maintenance Programs
  • Abatement design and third-party oversight
  • Air sampling

All work is completed in accordance with applicable regulatory guidelines including HUD and local and state health department guidelines. Riverfront provides the most appropriate solution to managing lead-based paint while protecting building occupants and workers from potential exposure.