Project Type: Mold Microbial Abatement
Project Value: $820,000
EHG has performed several large remediation projects on the NCCU campus. We began remediation of the 40,000 square foot Willis Hall building where we removed contaminated sheetrock, ceiling tile, and other components. The project had complications due to avian excretion contamination, which had been discovered throughout the attic area. EHG also performed select demolition throughout the buildings mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
In March of 2003, with only 24-hours notice, EHG responded with approximately thirty personnel to address severe moisture problems in the Lee Biology Building on the same campus. Our personnel, working hand and hand with the consulting agency, prepared detailed working documents of existing contamination, providing a direction on how to effectively remedy the occupied building. The work impacted over 35,000 square feet which involved not only mold abatement but addressed duct cleaning activities, asbestos abatement, select demolition and dropping the relative humidity level from 80+% to within ASHRAE standards.
Later in August 2003, our management team was requested to assist with identifying potential issues within the 70,000 Square Foot New Residence Halls. With the assistance of the consulting company, EHG began remediation of seven of the ten floors in less than 24-hours notice. Within that time frame, we assembled over 60 personnel working night and day to remediate the areas. The project received extensive media coverage throughout the duration of the project.