Asbestos Plaster Walls Franklin Louisiana

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Finishing a week ahead of schedule, ARC removed asbestos plaster walls on all three floors of an old elementary school building that houses the archives of former Louisiana Governor Mike Foster in his hometown of Franklin, Louisiana. Gov. Foster was in office from 1996-2004. The first and second floors serve as the Franklin City Hall. The third-floor houses the archives. The project was a week ahead of schedule and took a total of 60 days.  All of our work was performed while City Hall and the museum safely remained opened to the public. This six-figure project was under the direction of ARC’s Baton Rouge/New Orleans general manager. Learn more

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