HRP’s engineering consultants are well qualified to quickly and efficiently complete a full range of hazardous material surveys at your industrial, commercial, or residential facility. Our licensed team of asbestos inspectors, mold inspectors, radon measurement providers, lead risk assessors, management planners, project monitors, project designers and industrial hygienists are trained to assess the location, condition, and appropriate response action for all identified hazmats.

We will work with you to develop a customized scope of work to address the current and future plans for your facility, your health and safety concerns, and any applicable regulatory responses. In addition to delineating the distribution of hazmats, our licensed professionals will develop a plan for and oversee the removal, abatement, or in-place management of the identified concern, and prepare appropriate close out reports.

Services We Provide:

  • Asbestos
  • Lead paint
  • PCBs in building materials (i.e. caulks/glazings/paint)
  • Inventories of PCBs, Mercury, Freon, and other regulated building hazardous materials 
  • Residual waste product inventories
  • Moisture/Mold/Microbial contaminants
  • Radon
  • General Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) concerns

HRP’s hazmat services are requested in a variety of situations:

  • To support time-critical Brownfields redevelopment
  • To address employee complaints regarding odors, alleged contaminant exposure, or symptoms of illness
  • To comply with lender or transactional requirements
  • To support planned renovation or demolition activities (EPA NESHAP and RCRA disposal requirements)
  • To improve your management of asbestos, lead paint, and/or hazmats to reduce owner liability
  • To comply with asbestos standards for K-12 Schools (AHERA)
  • To protect workers and or maintenance staff from unnecessary exposure to building contaminants

In addition to hazmat surveys and abatement services, HRP can provide you with:

  • Awareness training for maintenance staff and workers
  • Corporate briefings to alleviate employee concerns
  • Preparation of Operations and Maintenance (O&M) plans
  • Preparation of abatement bid specifications
  • Monitoring closeout of abatement activities, including documentation