Educational Facilities Case Study
From primary schools to higher education campuses, Snyder Environmental supports the education system by providing quick, clean, and professional abatement and remediation of materials that pose various health hazards to students in educational facilities.
“Snyder Environmental has won several bids… because of their track record and their ability to get in and get [the job] done quick. Even though it may not be the cheapest price, it’s the best price for what we need done.” – Pete Moix, Bryant Public Schools Custodial Director
Snyder Environmental has provided abatement services for school districts across the region. Our educational portfolio includes work in primary, secondary and higher education campuses. From TIPS/TAPS to scheduling during breaks and offering appropriate discretion, Snyder is experienced in meeting the unique needs and performance schedules of our educational facilities.
These projects range from small floor tile and mastic abatements to large renovations consisting of the abatement of thousands of feet of asbestos-containing ceiling material, fire-proofing, thermal pipe insulation, and Transite. Snyder provides the abatement of asbestos-containing built-up roofing systems, resilient floor coverings, and HVAC insulation. In addition, we work closely with facility managers to ensure the seamless coordination of subcontractors in the roofing, flooring, HVAC, and electrical trades.
Lead Paint Removal
Lead based paint has regulations that should be adhered to in order to assure compliance with state and local laws. Use a firm with experience, adequately trained technicians and the proper equipment to ensure the safety of people around the project and reduce the potential for fines or lawsuits.
Asbestos is commonly found in fire-proofing applications, acoustical spray on ceilings, pipe insulation, resilient floor coverings, exterior sidings, caulking, and roofing materials. Asbestos is known for its thermal properties, durability and was very commonly used up until the mid-1970s. An estimated 3,000 products have been manufactured that contain asbestos, and there is still no prohibition on the manufacturing or installation of these materials.