Mike Daniel is a general manager of remediation in ARC’s Waco, Texas office. His environmental contracting career began in 1980, and his experience ranges from construction to asbestos consulting as well as asbestos and microbial remediation sales and management.
Daniel manages projects for clients including the Waco Veterans Memorial Hospital, City of Waco, McLennan Community College, Waco Development Corp. and Baylor University. Property owners, management companies, general contractors, insurance companies and environmental consultants also call on his expertise. Daniel has extensive training in all areas of asbestos.
He received his Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Baylor University. Married with three children and three grandchildren, Daniel enjoys golf and sporting events.
The asbestos that ARC Abatement removed from the former Karr Motors automotive dealership posed a particular challenge rarely seen in the industry. The asbestos was encased in a hard plaster that took four times as long to abate than the asbestos normally found in a similar 12K square foot project. We were aware of the plaster asbestos removal challenge when bidding on the job, and our crew also knew the task would require more elbow grease than normal. ARC’s experience and know-how brought this job in right on time.
First is a high six-figure project combining asbestos abatement and lead paint removal as part of the renovation of Building 9 at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHCS). Second is a seven-figure project abating the lead and asbestos of the interior of a World War II-era airplane hangar in Waco. The hanger is being renovated to match current industry standards to retrofit the space and make it viable for one of the largest Waco private employers, L3.