STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS
Building Remediation Sciences, a division of Pure Air Control Services, Inc., with over 350 million square feet of building experience, provides professional remediation services for residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and government facilities.
These services are performed, under the direction of an Industrial Hygienist, Building Scientist, Certified Indoor Air Quality Professional (CIAQP) and NADCA/VSMR personnel.
Our approach to servicing our clients is comprehensive. We establish a team approach and make ourselves accountable for every aspect of our work. We deliver quality services, minimize costs, accelerate schedules, and work safely. We manage and monitor every item on your projectís critical path and provide all labor, supplies and other services required to complete the job.
We are committed to excellence in execution, and management. This can best be measured in terms of performance and client satisfaction. We have grown because our clients continue to expand their use of our services based on our demonstrated ability to deliver quality services on time and within budget.
provides a complete
Our services are performed with state of the art equipment in accordance with:
York Department of Health Protocols for removal
of Contaminated Drywall Guidelines.
Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Microbial
America Insulation Manufacturers Association
(NAIMA) recommended practice for cleaning fibrous
glass insulated ducts.
Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors Association
industry specification for "Mechanical
of Porous and Non-Porous Air Conveyance System
(ACS) and Quality Assurance/Quality Control
Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) Standards.
Air Control Services maintains the staff and expertise
to assess and analyze contaminates within the
air handling equipment and/or the air conveyance
system. After assessing the extent of contamination,
protocols and specifications for the removal,
retrofit or remediation of the project is designed.
Air Control Services has the professional experience
required to develop work plan (CPM -critical path
method) control strategies for these conditions.
A few of the environmental remediation strategies
controls to prevent contamination of the indoor
removal and/or treatment of the air conveyance
system to reduce contamination (i.e., anti-microbial
Progress Reports faxed to owner providing latest
and monitoring ambient air for background and
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements:
Protection Program: 1910.134
Communication Program: 1910.120
Out-Tag Out Program: 1910.147
- Bloodborne Pathogens:1910.1030
- Fall Protection: 1910(SubPart D)