ARC was founded as an asbestos abatement company in Waco, Texas in 1990, and asbestos abatement remains our trademark service. We have regional offices in Dallas, Austin, Houston, Baton Rouge/New Orleans, Denver, Grand Junction and Tampa. We remove asbestos in stadiums, commercial buildings, industrial facilities, military bases, hospitals, power plants, schools and universities, governmental institutions and multifamily dwellings. Why chose ARC Abatement?
- Never dismissed for failing to complete a project
- 12-million man-hours of asbestos abatement and scaffolding work completed
- No regulatory violations
- .83 EMR
- Lien/bond never attached
- High bonding capacity and incomparable insurance
- State-of-the-industry equipment
- Ranked 7th in Engineering News-Record‘s 2019 ‘Top 20 Firms in Asbestos Abatement”
Our work is in accordance with the standards and requirements of the state in which we are working and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Asbestos Abatement Little Rock
ARC abated asbestos in the beautiful Robinson Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, in preparation for historical preservation renovations of the 500,000 square-foot facility.
The fact that we do not have an office in Arkansas did not stop us from completing the job on time and on-budget. We have completed asbestos abatement and mold remediation jobs all over the United States.
Other notable asbestos abatement projects we’ve completed include 2,000 apartment units totaling 38 acres of buildings for Wal-Mart, a seven-figure contract on the Astrodome, a five-year, federal contract through NADC called Mid-West MATOC, Baylor University’s $260 million McLane Stadium, and the seven-figure asbestos abatement contract for Southern Energy’s retired Eaton Power Plant in Petal, Mississippi.
Likely the largest asbestos abatement project in the history of the state of Texas, ARC Abatement’s work on 1401 Elm Street in downtown Dallas began in August 2014. The building, located at 1401 Elm Street, is 52-stories and 1.3 million square feet. A challenging aspect of the project is the sheer volume of materials to be abated — approximately five million square feet of materials. ARC is using 12 of the 27 elevators that are operational to move the hazardous materials. This eight-figure contract was completed mid February 2017. Read more about the project here.