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Hazardous Materials Assessments (Asbestos, Lead, Radon)

Envirologic’s mission is to provide our clients with comprehensive support to meet their regulatory and technical needs, including the investigation and evaluation of hazardous material concerns. Because many of the facilities our clients plan to redevelop contain hazardous materials or toxic vapor, our professional staff includes licensed asbestos, lead, and radon professionals who can identify potential exposure concerns, provide a plan for eliminating those exposures, and bring the facility or project into compliance.

Exposure to lead, asbestos, and radon can cause serious health hazards and must be identified before demolition, renovation, or occupancy of a building occurs. Our team’s experience spans multiple building types including industrial, commercial, municipal, multi-family, and residential. Identifying potential hazards in the early stages of a project provides your team and ours with the time necessary to appropriately plan and address the hazard.

In addition, Envirologic is approved by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) as a Qualified Consultant. This designation signifies that we have the demonstrated knowledge of MSHDA’s Environmental Review Requirements and that our team is able to provide all the necessary reports and documentation needed to meet their stringent requirements. As a Qualified Consultant, Envirologic can support clients and projects that utilize low-income housing tax credits, as well as help clients with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and MSHDA compliance related to lead, asbestos, and radon.


After fully understanding your project needs and end goals, Envirologic will partner with you to provide client-focused services. Related to hazardous contaminants, these services may include:

  • Asbestos surveys
  • Asbestos abatement project management
  • Hazardous materials building surveys
  • Lead inspections
  • Lead risk assessments
  • Radon sampling and measurement
  • Bid specifications on demolition projects
  • Demolition/abatement oversight