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Engineering, Health and Safety Consulting

Engineering, Health and Safety Consulting


Kilbuck School Post Fire Investigation 

Within hours of the Kilbuck School in Bethel, Alaska being damaged by fire, EHS-Alaska was contacted to provide hazmat consulting. From previous projects that EHS Alaska had conducted in the school and supporting buildings, asbestos was known to be present. This meant that care would have to be taken in the stabilization, and eventually demolition and disposal of the buildings.   EHS Alaska personnel flew to Bethel to conduct a  hazmat survey of the burned structures and provided the owner with a plan for their disposal.  The plan was required to protect the surrounding community from any possible contamination during the demolition of the buildings and to protect the owner from any resulting liability.

Ted Steven Anchorage International Airport Inspection and Consulting ServicesGovernment
Ted Steven Anchorage International Airport
Inspection and Consulting Services

As the airlines and the state of Alaska undertook a major renovation of the airport, EHS-Alaska was hired to provide oversight of the asbestos and lead-based paint abatement activities to insure that the work being performed did not expose travelers to hazardous conditions. The project was multi-year and multi-phase, requiring EHS-Alaska personnel to be on call at all times of the day.

ASD Clark Middle School DemolitionClark Middle School
ASD Clark Middle School Demolition

As the Anchorage School District prepared to replace the Clark Middle School Facility, EHS-Alaska was called on to provide a full survey of all hazardous materials that the old school building contained. We provided demolition specifications and cost estimates. Construction oversight and preparation of closeout documents completed the project. We have been under contract to the Anchorage School District to provide this type of service since the early 1990’s.

Kodiak Erskine House/Baranov Museum Fire Life UpgradesCultural Preservation
Kodiak Erskine House/Baranov Museum Fire Life Upgrades

The oldest structure in Alaska, the Kodiak Erskine House renovations required a very careful and precise identification of any hazardous materials that would be encountered. The accurate identification of asbestos and lead based paint allowed for a cost effective approach to this renovation.