LBP/ACM Surveys & Abatement Monitoring

Marysville Joint Unified School District, New 75-acre High School and Middle School

Project Name: Marysville Joint Unified School District, New 75-acre High School and Middle School
Services: Preliminary Environmental Site Assessment
Client: Marysville Joint Unified School District

Padre completed a preliminary environmental site assessment (PEA) for a new, 75-acre high school and middle school located between Broadway Road and Plumas Arboga Road in Marysville, Yuba County, California. The PEA was performed to assess potential impacts from the weathering of lead-based paint, presence of pole-mounted electrical transformers containing polychlorinated biphenyl, and former agricultural use. Based on sample results, Padre implemented a housekeeping activity to remove a limited amount of lead-impacted soil around a former structure and prevent the school district from entering into a removal action. The PEA was performed under the regulatory oversight of the Department of Toxic Substances Control for evaluating new and expanding school sites.

Tustin / Rose Grade Separation Project, Anaheim, California

Project Name: Tustin / Rose Grade Separation Project, Anaheim, California
Services: Pipeline Survey for Asbestos Containing Materials
Client: Chevron Environmental Management Company

Padre completed asbestos-containing material (ACM) pipeline coating survey activities for the approximately 160 feet segment of previously abandoned 6-inch diameter steel pipeline between the Atwood Channel and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway that runs east/west south of Orangethorpe Avenue within Anaheim, Orange County, California. The ACM survey was conducted by Padre in support of the Tustin / Rose Grade Separation Project, to identify potential ACM that may require special handling, disposal, or personal protective measures and procedures during the course of the planned pipeline removal and disposal or recycling activities at the Project Site. Additionally, the survey was completed to comply with notification requirements in accordance with the U.S. EPA National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants regulations. The scope of work included completion of field work, laboratory analysis of material samples, evaluation of the bulk asbestos materials analysis results, and preparation of a report for the client detailing the procedures implemented as part of the survey, survey results, conclusions and recommendations.

Padre additionally completed an Asbestos Work Plan which was submitted to the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) and approved for the asbestos abatement and removal activities, in compliances the SCAQMD Procedure 5 protocols.

Demolition of Residential Structure, Santa Maria, California

Project Name: Demolition of Residential Structure, Santa Maria, California
Services: Building Material Survey: Asbestos, Lead-Based Paint, and PCBs
Client: Chevron Environmental Management Company

Padre provided a California Certified Asbestos Consultant to complete a building material survey of a residential structure scheduled for demolition as part of a site restoration and remediation project in the vicinity of a former oilfield area. The survey was completed to identify any asbestos containing materials, lead-based paint coatings, and polychlorinated biphenyl containing caulking that may require special handling, disposal, or personal protective measures and procedures during planned facility demolition activities at the Project Site. Additionally, this survey was completed to identify any regulated asbestos containing materials under the U.S. EPA National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants regulations.