Asbestos Abatement New Orleans & Beyond

ARC was founded as an asbestos abatement company in 1990, and it remains our primary trademark service.  Our mold and asbestos abatement New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana projects include Lake Pontchartrain Elementary School, the former Greenwell Springs Resort and Cohn High School.

asbestos abatement New Orleans

We abate and remove asbestos in commercial buildings, hospitals, industrial facilities such as power plants, and multifamily dwellings.  Our asbestos abatement New Orleans crews work with highly experienced abatement managers to ensure each project is performed in compliance with OSHA regulations and to the customer’s satisfaction.

Why chose ARC Abatement? Here are a few reasons why our customers select and continually partner with ARC on their asbestos abatement projects:

  • 12,000 asbestos and scaffolding hours since 1990
  • Never dismissed for failure to complete a project
  • No regulatory violations
  • Lien/bond never attached
  • .76 EMR Rating
  • High bonding capacity and incomparable insurance
  • State-of-the-industry equipment
  • Ranked 8th in Engineering News-Record’s 2020 ‘Top 20 Firms in Asbestos Abatement”

Our stellar .76 EMR ranking is something we are proud of and continually strive to maintain as part of our work ethic. We manage and perform our abatement work in accordance with the standards and requirements of the state of Louisiana and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

ARC Abatement can manage your project needs and requirements.  Call ARC today to discuss your upcoming asbestos abatement New Orleans project.

Neighboring Texas

Likely the largest asbestos abatement project in the history of the state of Texas, ARC Abatement’s work in downtown Dallas began in October 2014. The building, Elm Place at 1401 Elm Street, is 52-stories and 1.3 million square feet. A challenging aspect of the project was the sheer volume of materials to be abated — approximately five million square feet of materials. While working on the project, ARC used 12 of the 27 elevators that were operational to move the hazardous materials. Unfortunately, the owners of this redevelopment project ran into funding difficulties in 2015, and our work was stopped for several months, then restarted again.  Read more.