PCB-containing building materials represent a significant liability for building owners, real estate developers, REITS, financing institutions, and contractors. The regulation-driven remediation efforts can dramatically impact the cost of renovation or demolition, quickly costing millions of dollars for a single project. Public and private owners of real estate should be advised on the regulatory requirements and legal implications and on the best ways to mitigate their risks and the overall costs to remediate.
Understanding the true magnitude of PCB risks to building occupants is the key to maintaining a healthful building environment and the basis for effective communication. Having a well thought out, documented, and proven methodology for PCB risk assessment can help minimize unnecessary and costly building material assessments. EH&E is at the forefront of research into this emerging issue, and can help our clients mitigate the risks associated with PCB-contaminated materials in their buildings.
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