Asbestos Abatement and Remediation
Main Street Redevelopments Case Study
In a collective effort to revitalize the region, Snyder Environmental has performed over 1,000,000 square feet of asbestos abatement, lead paint remediation, interior demolition in the downtown Little Rock area.
“It is really gratifying to me to see the development and redevelopment of the state capital and my home.” – Van Tilbury, President/CEO of East Harding Construction
Snyder Environmental has performed over 1,000,000 square feet of asbestos abatement, lead paint remediation, interior demolition and waste removal in conjunction with the redevelopment of Main Street revitalization projects throughout the Midwest. Snyder has worked on more than a dozen properties in downtown Little Rock and we have worked with some of the region’s finest firms. We have cut cost and even made investments in some of these projects to further the important historic, environmental and economic benefits of these properties. We partnered with not-for-profits such as Our House to provide job training and jobs for the under and unemployed of Little Rock in the Main Street corridor of Little Rock specifically. Snyder Environmental is proud to have been a major contributor in providing those jobs and assisting in what promises to be a major opportunity for a great southern city.
Little Rock, Arkansas
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.