Don Daniel Oversees ARC’s Austin Asbestos Removal Projects
As general manager Daniels’ responsibilities range from sales to project management. He has managed numerous Hill Country and Austin asbestos removal projects.
Daniel is licensed as an asbestos supervisor, and he holds an asbestos license as an asbestos worker.
Daniel received his an Associates degree in Plant Engineering in 1981 from Texas State Technical College. His environmental contracting experience began in the early 1990’s. He holds his asbestos license as an asbestos supervisor, and he holds an asbestos license as an asbestos worker. He has extensive training in mold remediation and lead removal.
Since 2008, Daniel and his crews have worked with Austin Community College (ACC). ACC is renovating and transforming the old Highland Mall in Austin, Texas into a state-of-the-art center for innovative learning, training excellence, and community engagement. Phase 1 of ACC Highland opens in the fall of 2014. Most recently for ACC, Daniel oversaw the asbestos containment for the removal of floor tile in what was the Dillard’s men’s department.
Daniel also oversaw the six-month mold remediation project at the Texas Governor’s Mansion following the 2008 fire. The Mansion’s basement was filled with the water used to extinguish the fire, and mold was floor to ceiling and encroaching to the first floor. Daniel’s team worked six months removing the mold and then cleaning, disinfecting and preserving each wall and piece of trim in the historic structure.