Several of our power plant asbestos abatement projects have been in the southern United States. However, ARC has eight regional offices across the nation from Denver to New Orleans, and we are capable of serving power companies across the United States.
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One power plant asbestos project had us smelling the clean Gulf air. It was a six-figure project has ARC abating asbestos in the turbine room of a power plant in south Texas, near the Gulf of Mexico. Though the boiler room was abandoned nearly a decade ago, and the conditions around the site during the cleanup have been less than ideal, the project is going very well. Environmental cleanup projects such as this one in south Texas are particularly important in coastal areas such as this because of their delicate ecosystems and ocean contiguity.
Another project took us to Savoy, Texas, where we abated asbestos from a TXU power plant. This seven-figure environmental remediation project is furthering TXU’s efforts to provide clean, affordable energy. TXU has found so much success with clean energy production that they are offering free energy to their customers during certain parts of the day. Similar projects include Plant Eaton, Cleco, and Natchitoches Power Plants.
Find out more about our Asbestos Abatement Industrial Facilities here.
From ARC’s Broomfield office, we serve the following areas: Greeley, Fort Collins, Sterling, Boulder, Aurora, Denver, Lakewood, Thornton, Broomfield, Lafayette, Louisville, Longmont, Loveland, Commerce City, Sheridan, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Fort Morgan, Fort Lupton, Centennial, Northglenn, Erie, Westminster, Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, Pueblo, Elizabeth, Douglas, Cherry Creek, Brighton, Cherry Hills, Columbine, Conifer, DTC, Englewood, Evergreen, Glendale, Greenwood Village, Highland Ranch, Ken Caryl, Littleton, Lone Tree, Morrison, Parker, Lyons, Estes Park, and the Eastern Plains.
From our Grand Junction office, we serve the following areas: Grand Junction, Delta, Fruita, Montrose, Gateway, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Eagle, Gypsum, Palisade, Durango, Clifton, De Beque, Rifle, Hayden, Craig, Steamboat Springs, Yampa, Meeker, Dinosaur, Rangely, Parachute, Snowmass Village, Carbondale, Crawford, Paonia, Gunnison, Naturita, Ouray, Telluride, Silverton, Durango, Cortez, Pagosa Springs, Dolores, Carbondale, & the Western Slope.
In Wyoming, we serve Rawlins, Cheyenne, Laramie, Rock Springs pretty much the entire state. And in Nebraska, we serve North Platte, Ogallala, Sidney, Kimball, Chappell, Grant, Imperial, and Western Nebraska.
ARC also serves the areas in and around Salt Lake City and Provo as well as Northeastern Utah.
Engineering News-Record’s ranked us 8th in its Top 20 Asbestos Firm 2020 report. “COVID has slowed our total volume by 15%,” said Ron Daniel, founder and CEO of ARC Abatement. “However, with the extra steps of ARC’s COVID safety guidelines, this has been a positive effect on our employees and clients.”
In early March 2020, ARC launched a facility disinfecting service ranging from a customized, comprehensive COVID-19 proactive program to actual cleaning high-touch surfaces. The new service generated hundreds of projects.
With ARC’s expansion in 28-plus states, Daniel believes that company growth will remain strong in 2021, with revenues expected to reach $45M. ARC also will expand next year with new offices in Florida and Utah. Notable projects recently completed and/or underway in the United States include:
In 2020 ARC Abatement celebrated 30 years of hazardous material abatement work. The company has never been dismissed or failed to complete an asbestos abatement, mold remediation, or lead abatement project in its three decades.
ARC Abatement has one of the best safety records across all areas in which it works. It has also earned a very competitive Experience Modification Rating (EMR), allowing one the highest quality insurance and bonding programs in the industry.