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Mold & Moisture Assessments

Previously given little attention, mold has become of major concern to building owners and managers throughout the country. “Mold-mania” has resulted in substantial risk for property owners and managers, fueled by media coverage of a few high profile mold claim cases. EH&E offers a full range of mold assessment services designed to help building owners and managers understand and manage mold concerns, and to properly characterize potential exposures and impact on human health. EH&E’s approach is based on sound science and a thorough understanding of concerns surrounding mold in buildings.

Our staff of internationally recognized microbiologists, toxicologists, certified industrial hygienists, professional and building science engineers, and health risk communication specialists perform all of our mold-related services. EH&E is particularly knowledgeable in state-of-the-art assessment and remediation techniques, building management practices, and legislative initiatives affecting mold in the built environment. This allows us to develop the most cost-effective, sensible and defensible strategies and solutions to any mold problem. The client can also be assured that if remediation is necessary the health and safety of workers and occupants is protected at all times throughout the process.

EH&E’s mold related services include:

  • Building inspection, field sampling, and analysis and interpretation of the samples.
  • Proactive inspection programs to ensure proper building management to avoid accumulation of moisture that supports mold growth and contamination. 
  • Emergency response plans to manage water damage related events and avoid mold contamination. 
  • Health risk assessments. 
  • Development of health risk communication programs to interpret technical findings. 
  • Data analysis pertinent to potential exposures and exposure reconstruction. 
  • Preparation of remediation plans, performance specifications, and clearance criteria for bids. 
  • Monitoring and oversight of remediation activities. 
  • Periodic re-inspection of remediation work to ensure continuing satisfactory performance. 
  • Mold awareness and mold remediation training.