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Government Asbestos Abatement Complete

Government Asbestos Abatement Complete at Dallas VA

ARC has successfully fulfilled a government asbestos abatement contract to abate 555 windows at the Dallas VA hospital. Dubbed the 5/555/5 project, ARC’s Vice President & Dallas General Manager Steve Chappell and his crew were limited to removing 5 windows a day that contained asbestos in the materials used to caulk them in place. As a result, the project that began in January of 2018 took five months to complete at the Dallas Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center on S. Lancaster Road. The old windows needed to be removed before new windows could be installed. Steve Chappell is happy to report that this government asbestos abatement project was completed on-time and on-budget. ARC Abatement is registered in the U.S. Systems Award Management (SAM) database and is a qualified contractor with the General Services Administration to perform government asbestos abatement work on behalf of the United States. An October 1992 General Accounting Office (GAO) report commissioned by Congress found that there was a “considerable amount” of asbestos in federal buildings. Efforts continue to safely and efficiently remove the asbestos as the need arises in advance of renovations of government facilities. ARC is proud of our outstanding performance and safety record. It was an honor and a privilege for ARC to be chosen to perform this government asbestos abatement project. ARC Abatement salutes our United State’s Veterans and the sacrifices they have made for our country. Would you like to know more about the work ARC Abatement has done in the areas of asbestos abatement, lead removal, and mold remediation? Give us a call at 1-800-495-4ARC (4272)

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