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Building Decomissioning Services

PM has a qualified team of Industrial Hygiene staff that provide several services including the Management of Decommissioning Services. We provide Management of Facility Decommissioning Services for industrial buildings that require the removal of asbestos-containing materials, industrial wastes and regulated building wastes. All of our oversight services include compliance with various state and local government entities. PM creates value for its client by thoroughly understanding project objectives, current and proposed building uses and associated regulatory requirements or best management practices. 

  • Managing and Oversight of building decommissioning
  • Oversight of the removal of asbestos-containing materials, industrial wastes, and other regulated building wastes
  • Oversight of waste removal
  • Documentation of compliance with project specifications and local, state and federal regulations

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