For over 20 years, BEC has been helping our clients navigate the complexly regulated world of asbestos, lead, and mold. BEC conducts surveys as well as oversees any abatement activities required for our client’s projects. BEC’s team of professionally licensed employees ensure your demolition or remediation projects are completed correctly and on time.
BEC’s clients include Fortune 500 companies, large municipalities, and government entities that routinely utilize BEC’s expertise throughout the United States on a repeat basis.
Regardless of the scope, BEC’s accredited and appropriately licensed professionals conduct accurate asbestos surveys and analyze all samples using Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) by NVLAP-accredited and state licensed/certified laboratories.
Indoor air quality is an important matter especially when dealing with public buildings and sites where children occupy a given space. BEC is knowledgeable about regulatory rules and mandates regarding indoor air quality standards.
BEC performs a risk assessment to evaluate potential sources of lead poisoning including paint, lead in dust, lead in drinking water, and even lead hazards from adjacent buildings or other off-site sources. BEC then recommends a process for handling the hazards.
BEC’s experienced professionals interview complainants and building maintenance personnel to gain an understanding of the history of potential problems. BEC evaluates the building HVAC system in the affected area looking at comfort factors like O2 and CO2 levels, temperature, relative humidity, and overall equipment maintenance and operation. BEC then investigates the area in question to determine potential sources of chemical and biological contaminants.
BEC is at the forefront of the renewable energy market providing environmental services to assist with the planning, development, construction, and operation of renewable energy projects. BEC can provide additional value to any renewable energy project by addressing issues associated with sustainability, including green building planning, water re-use, source reduction, and waste minimization.