Power Plant Asbestos Removal Baton Rouge
ARC Abatement’s Industrial division offers turnkey services for power plant asbestos removal Baton Rouge that include, but are not limited to, asbestos abatement, mold remediation, lead abatement, and scaffolding. ARC ensures minimal interruptions to ongoing operations are taken into consideration when planning and executing project work. Since 1990, we have logged more than 12,000,000 asbestos abatement projects and scaffolding hours.
Many of these abatement projects required creative scaffolding solutions in environments that require adaptability. ARC project managers are full-time members of the project team, and our safety personnel team is on-site. With eight U.S. regional offices, we have approximately 250 trained craftsmen/women, and we are licensed in 45 states. For small and large projects, our technicians are available to travel throughout the country, no matter how complex the project. We provide full insurance coverage that meets the industry standards to ensure proper compliance.
Asbestos abatement is our trademark service. An estimated two million employees in the construction and general industry face significant asbestos exposure on the job. The heaviest exposure occurs in the construction industry, particularly during the removal of asbestos during renovation or demolition. ARC Abatement can assist in the proper removal of asbestos before a renovation or demolition project. With more than 30 years of experience, our team is fully licensed and accredited to perform any size asbestos abatement, from private establishments to large industrial and government facilities.
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Safety is no accident at ARC. We have one of the best safety records across all areas in which we work. We make workplace safety our highest priority and provide comprehensive and ongoing safety training to all of our field personnel and management. ARC takes a proactive, integrated approach to safety and quality programs. In addition to compliance with regulatory-required training and standards, we implement company-specific programs across all operations in an effort to promote safety awareness, employee well-being, and the safest possible onsite work practices. As a result, ARC has earned a very competitive Experience Modification Rating (EMR) of .79, allowing us one of the highest-quality insurance and bonding programs in the industry.
ARC Abatement is the single source for power plant asbestos removal Baton Rouge. Our industrial division is headed up by ARC General Manager Warren Brown.
ARC’s success is based on:
- Management Experience — broad-based knowledge coupled with tenure.
- Commitment to Quality — a reputation of ability, dependability and value built on regulations.
- Estimating Software — the experience of our team allows for the fine-tuning of our estimating tool.
The vision of our founder, Ron Daniel, has resulted in a strong team, stellar safety record and 100 percent completion rate.
ARC Abatement was founded in 1990 to meet the needs of the environmental remediation industry. ARC is a proven leader and has built and maintained a reputation based on quality and integrity.
Partial List of Customers
- International Paper Plants
- Blue Island Phenol
- Beckjord Generating Power Station
- Columbus Steel Casting
- Georgia Pacific
- Philadelphia Shipyard
- Sherwin Alumina
- 20+ Power Plants
- Houston Astrodome
- NASA Facilities
- 30-50-story high-rises throughout the U.S.
Our safety programs for power plant asbestos removal include, but are not limited to:
- Texas Asbestos Handler/Supervisor
- OSHA 40 Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
- Mold Remediation
- IAQA Mold Remediation Training Course
- Applied Microbial Remediation
- Technician / Specialist Training
- Project Management Training
- Mold Remediation Training
- Construction Failure Investigation
- Remediation Safety Training
- OSHA Standards 1910 and 1926
- Hazard Communication
- Confined Space Entry
- Ladder and Scaffold Safety
- Lock Out/Tag Out
- Lead Awareness
- On-Site Toolbox Talks
- Site-Specific Safety