Environmental Consulting

Moving Ohio Forward Pre-Demolition Asbestos Inspections

Over the past 18 months MCM Services has conducted over 100 pre-demolition asbestos inspections for various counties through Ohio receiving funding for demolition through the Moving Ohio Forward program.  These inspections are conducted on an accelerated schedule and within very restrictive budgets in order to maximize the grant spending for each county.  Our staff of inspectors has fine tuned a system for conducting these inspections efficiently and we pride ourselves on the fact that no additional asbestos has been identified during abatement and/or demolition in any of these structures.

Niles City Schools

MCM Services was contracted to perform pre-demolition hazardous materials abatement project management for three schools in the Niles City School district.  Hazardous materials were abated from Niles McKinley High Schools and two elementary schools. Certified MCM staff performed daily onsite project oversight, air monitoring and analysis and project documentation.

Austintown Local Schools

MCM Services was contracted to perform pre-demolition hazardous materials abatement project management for five schools in the Austintown Local School district. Hazardous materials were abated from one middle school and four elementary schools prior to demolition.  Certified MCM staff performed daily onsite project oversight, air monitoring and analysis and project documentation.

Kent State University

Kent State University

Kent, Ohio

MCM Services assisted Kent State University with the asbestos abatement prior to the demolition of five buildings known as the Allerton Homes. Maximus’ Ohio Certified Asbestos Hazard Evaluation Specialists (CAHES) conducted the pre-demolition inspections of each building, developed abatement specifications, assisted with the bidding process and performed abatement air monitoring and final visual clearance inspections during abatement.

Ohio State University - Wooster Campus

MCM staff worked with the project team planning the telecommunications system upgrades throughout 23 buildings on campus to address hazardous materials conditions.  Our services included an on site assessment of the existing conditions using the existing asbestos survey information available with supplemental sampling and analysis.  We coordinated with the engineering team to address abatement and engineering controls to limit exposure where necessary and developed abatement specifications to address these conditions.