As a part of a comprehensive list of industrial hygiene services, G2 specializes in regulatory compliance and remediation solutions for industrial, municipal, retail, commercial, and professional workspaces. We’re highly skilled in the identification of common hazards and in the development of remediation specifications, whether for a standalone project or as a component of larger construction activities.
We’re highly skilled in the identification of common hazards and in the development of remediation specifications.
Asbestos is a concern for building owners, property managers, contractors, and employees alike. A solid asbestos program will not only ensure worker protection, but can also save significant time and expense. G2 manages the environmental hazards while you go back to work.
Our turnkey approach starts with initial planning, identification of materials, and development of a scope of work. We develop the asbestos abatement project design, specifications, and bid documents to manage and review the bid process. While the asbestos abatement is being carried out, we provide project oversight and air monitoring. To finish, we perform clearance testing and awareness training for your staff, and provide you with documentation and assurance that the project met all regulatory compliance.
All work is performed by certified and experienced personnel using only accredited laboratories. G2 staff maintains technical and professional certifications such as NIOSH 582, including multi-state licensing for Asbestos Inspectors, Project Designers, Asbestos Abatement Supervisors, and Project Monitors.
The issue of lead in construction continues to be of concern on renovation and demolition job sites. A host of agencies with well-known acronyms (e.g., EPA, OSHA, HUD, NIOSH), as well as state and local groups, have set rigorous standards for lead-based paint and lead exposure.
G2 is fully licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington to provide state of the art testing, utilizing X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) technology. XRF sampling provides immediate readings of lead content in paint. The use of an XRF can:
- Reduce overall costs of identifying surfaces with lead paint
- Reduce turnaround time on reports
- Provides the results you need to have, whether it’s for planning and budgeting, or responding to an emergency response, when having the results are very time critical