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Air Quality & Mold

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Air Quality & Mold
Phase 1 ESA





Indoor Air Quality and Mold 
Key Benefits :

Professional Mold Detection and Prevention

Experience from a Health & Safety perspective

Use of reasonable experienced based judgment

Establish Command and Control on client's behalf
Responsive defensible results

Capabilities :

Comprehensive Indoor Air Quality assessments evaluating baseline thermal comfort and air quality levels to Building Industry ASHRE Standards. Data logging over time of temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, relative humidity, culture and/or Air-O-Cell testing and evaluation of building envelope and HVAC system for other air quality criteria such as molds, Bacteria, Mycotoxins, Insect Parts, Allergens, Particulates, and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC).  Other capabilities include Fecal sterols, Endotoxins, Mycotoxins, PCR ~ DNA, Legionella, specified Allergens, MVOCs, Avian microbes.
Portfolio Assessment
  Least cost approach to affordable housing portfolio
Corporate and Government Facilities
  Standards based approach to occupant health and safety
  Visual assessment and limited testing approach to clients budget limitations

Reference Projects :

Brief list of representative projects

Corporate Campus, Legacy Drive, Plano, Texas
  Investigation of HVAC systems in e-commerce and world data centers.
Corporate Campus, Richardson, Texas
  Indoor Air Quality and HVAC Assessment and Corrective Action Plan for multiple buildings including six story office tower.
Texas Protective and Regulatory Services - Texas Panhandle
  Facilities IAQ Assessment and Plans, Specifications & Estimates
Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) - North Texas
  Indoor Air Quality Assessment and Corrective Action Plan.
  Corporate Headquarters - Six story high-rise, Dallas, Texas
  Building Indoor Air Quality and Corrective Action verification.
137 unit Seniors Center - Two Story - Texas Panhandle
  Remediation of 32 HVAC systems
  85 unit Seniors Center - One Story - Sherman, Texas
  Building & Indoor Air Quality assessment and Corrective Action.

Source EPA 2004


(Sept 30, 2004)

Guidance for Clinicians on the Recognition and Management of Health Effects Related to Mold Exposure and Moisture Indoors.

Bore scope for visual inspection in wall, floors, and HVAC units.

Robotic inspection of commercial HVAC systems.  Video documentation of before and after conditions is developed. 

Air Sampling

Impactor sample in HVAC system reveals elevated levels of Penicillium brevicompactum.

Common Locations
Mold commonly grows in dark or wet areas that are not easily visible such as:


  Water damaged walls

  Water damaged ceilings

  Behind water heaters

  Bathroom and showers

  Baseboards, carpets, and floors

  Janitorial closets

  Kitchen and food service areas

  HVAC systems and ducts

Mold Decision Wheel

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