CO Project Nears Completion
ARC Denver is nearing completion of a year long project with the removal of six 8x30ft pre-cast panels that weigh 30K pounds each and accompanying columns weighing 10K lbs that contain asbestos. Mike Griffin and his crew of thirty technicians began work in May 2017 on the $1.5M operation that removed floor tiles, mastic, doors, drywall and more. Once demolition is completed it will make room for a new Magnet STEM Lab School in Northglenn, CO. Work will be completed by the start of school.
Historic Work in Phases
It is not unusual for ARC Abatement to work in phases when it comes to historical structures. Phase I of ARC Denver’s work on a 92-year old, four-story building includes asbestos and lead abatement as well as interior demolition that finished in February 2018. Phase II began in May and will include window abatement. The structure will eventually become 106 units of affordable housing at 101 Broadway in downtown Denver. Development is being led by Zocalo Community Development.
ARC’s work is complete on the government asbestos abatement project at the Dallas VA Hospital, removing 555 windows with asbestos containing caulk keeping them in place. Dallas VP & GM Steve Chappell reports the job was performed safely, on-time and on-budget. ARC is registered with the U.S. SAM database and qualified to work on government asbestos abatement projects by the General Services Administration (GSA). Call on us. We are the best at what we do.
Asbestos Containing Materials
Asbestos Containing Materials or ACMs vary per project. ARC Denver is running into a myriad of ACMs at their Colorado School of Mines project that include duct work, caulking, plaster, drywall, floor tile, pipe insulation and windows. Asbestos Containing Materials can be the items themselves or the materials used to hold those items in place. Either way, the crews at ARC Abatement are the masters of removing asbestos containing materials and completed this project in July.