Omni Environmental - Recent Projects
Spring Street – Building Renovation
This project involved the removal of over 80,000sf of asbestos glue daubs, removal of all air handlers and ductwork in the mechanical room and shafts with asbestos containing duct seam sealant in preparation for a new mechanical system for the building.
Peabody Essex Museum – Building Demolition
In Salem Massachusetts we removed over 2,200sf of asbestos containing plaster to gain access to asbestos waterproofing on the exterior wall. The waterproofing was removed using wet/vapor blasting under full containment.
Western Massachusetts Office Building – Mechanical Room Upgrade
Out in the western part of Massachusetts Omni performed asbestos abatement on the air handling equipment for a large office building. The asbestos insulation had started to deteriorate so Omni stepped in and safely removed 11,00sf of block duct insulation and 3,800lf of asbestos pipe insulation. All this work was performed without interruption to the existing building systems.
Wellesley Office Building Decommissioning
Working together with the building owners GC, Omni has recently started the abatement of a 3 story 45,000 square foot office building. Upon performing the required demolition survey, it was discovered that the joint compound in the walls and some of the floor mastic contained asbestos. Omni was brought onboard to remove the interior walls and abate the remaining asbestos containing floor tile & mastic.
Lincoln, RI – Redevelopment
Omni completed the abatement of 3 interconnected buildings in various phases in preparation for repositioning of the property. The buildings contained various forms of asbestos containing materials including joint compound, pipe insulation, tile & mastic and window caulking and glazing.
Exchange Street Malden MA
Omni removed floor tile and mastic in various locations throughout the interior of the building and the façade with asbestos waterproofing and vermiculite. This work was performed to facilitate the repositioning of a prominent downtown building.