Asbestos Abatement New York
Why choose ARC Asbestos Abatement Denver? ARC was founded as an asbestos abatement company in 1990, and today, it remains our trademark service. Based in Waco, Texas with offices in Broomfield and Grand Junction as well as eastern Louisana, Dallas, Austin, Houston and Tampa, we abate asbestos in commercial buildings, industrial facilities, military bases, hospitals, schools and universities, governmental institutions and multifamily dwellings and more.
- Never dismissed for failing to complete a project
- No regulatory violations
- Lien/bond never attached
- .83 EMR
- High bonding capacity and incomparable $12M insurance
- State-of-the-industry equipment
- Ranked in top 10 since 2015 in Engineering News-Record’s “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 New York Team
Depending on the nature of the project, in most cases, asbestos abatement New York projects are managed by our Tampa office. Our team uses state-of-the-art asbestos abatement techniques and equipment. If buildings are occupied, we assure minimal disruptions. Our proprietary estimating software coupled with the expertise of our GM and his management team produces cost estimates that continually bring customers back to ARC. You can expect them to be:
- Streamlined to a few pages with only the necessary information
- Consistent and uniform across all offices, seasons and work volume
- Drilled down to include all functions and costs of the project
- Practically identical in bid price and actual price
ARC also provides facility disinfecting services in response to COVID-19 as well as methamphetamine lab cleanup.
Asbestos abatement projects include:
Likely the largest asbestos abatement project in the history of the state of Texas, ARC Abatement’s work 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 was the sheer volume of materials to be abated — approximately five million square feet of materials. ARC used 12 of the 27 elevators that were operational to move the hazardous materials. This eight-figure project was completed January 2017. In 2015, a change of ownership delayed our work on the project. Read more.