Addressing Asbestos and Mold Impacts in Storm Damaged Buildings

Repairing and replacing buildings and infrastructure that have been damaged by hurricanes, flooding, or other natural disasters is the first step to returning a community to some semblance of normalcy. As a building owner, architect, or engineer, it’s important to understand the potential impacts associated with asbestos, mold, and other hazardous materials. In the event abatement or demolition is necessary, knowing what to expect and how to properly manage this process is also key to getting back to operational as quickly and effectively as possible.

Join us on Friday, January 19th to learn more about the impact of asbestos and mold on storm damaged buildings.

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018
Time: 1pm – 2pm CT

Attendees will learn:

  • what environmental contamination and hazardous building material issues should be addressed during the remediation and demolition phase of reconstruction.
  • what to expect during the abatement/remediation process and how to manage a restoration contractor.
  • practical tips for working with insurance carriers, insurance adjusters, and FEMA and how to maximize covered losses.
  • the importance of testing and inspection to ensure that problems do not re-occur.

Please complete the form below to register for this webinar.