The presence of asbestos in a facility does not necessarily mean a major financial setback or disruption of building activities.  In many cases, asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) can be effectively managed to avoid costly removal.

If removal is desired, the area can be isolated to allow normal work or residential activity to proceed undisturbed.  Most asbestos-related problems can be handled quickly, safely, and cost-effectively by properly trained, certified specialists.  Incorrect handling, however, can exacerbate the problem and present a significant liability.

Full Range of Asbestos Services

EndPoint enjoys a reputation for high quality work at reasonable costs.  We assess the environmental and health implications of asbestos and provide a full range of services to address and resolve any asbestos problems.  These services include:

  • Inspection and assessment surveys
  • Sample collection
  • Response recommendations & cost estimates
  • Operations & maintenance plans
  • Abatement specification preparation
  • Abatement bid management
  • Abatement monitoring and management

Certifications/Registrations

The EndPoint team consists of Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) accredited and state licensed Asbestos Inspectors, Management Planners, and Abatement Project Designers.

Operation & Maintenance (O&M) Planning

EPA-published guidelines for controlling asbestos-containing materials in place make it a viable and cost-effective alternative management strategy.  EndPoint supports O&M planning from the initial asbestos survey and assessment through development of the plan as well as periodic surveillance.  This includes development of workplace procedures, record keeping, and protection programs.

When removal is unavoidable, EndPoint provides construction management support and monitors the abatement process to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and EPA and OSHA guidelines.  Independent monitoring of abatement is the client’s best protection against improper handling, potential conflict of interest, and liability.