Los Angeles County LRC Certified Contractor Services

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Los Angeles County LRC Certified Contractor Services | Tri Span Environmental

Los Angeles County has the most people of all counties in both California and the US. LA County’s population is more than the combined population of 42 other states. Beyond this, Los Angeles County’s population is ethnically more diverse than any other place in the country. Established in the 1850s, this county is also home to millions of older buildings in need of hazardous materials abatement, including inspection for and removal of lead-based paints.

Not all contractors have the training, certification, and experience needed for providing safe, timely, and cost-effective solutions when lead-based paint, asbestos, house fire debris, and mold-contaminated materials are present in a building. In California, repairs and remodeling in buildings known or suspected of containing lead from old paint must be done by State certified contractors and workers. This certification is administered by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).

Los Angeles County Lead-Related-Construction Certified Contractors

CDPH certification for lead-related-construction (LRC) is needed for anyone who works in building construction with exposure to lead-based paints or other lead-containing building materials. It is not for people who work in other lead related industries, such as radiator shops or battery manufacturing plants.

CDPH certified contractors like Tri Span Environmental have employees with extensive training in six separate LRC areas: project designers, inspectors/assessors, project monitors, sampling technicians, job supervisors, and workers.

Los Angeles County LRC certified contractor, Tri Span Environmental, has the trained staff, specialized equipment, and knowledge of the local area for providing safe, efficient, and cost-effective hazardous material services including:

  • Assessment of the building to determine the degree of lead hazard in residential and public buildings, both before and after abatement work.
  • Preparation of a job-specific work plan including details of work schedule and methods and projected project costs.
  • Complete monitoring of LRC projects while they are in progress and testing for complete hazard elimination at the end of the project.
  • A supervised collection of samples for hazardous materials laboratory testing as needed or required by the state of federal laws.
  • Supervised workers and state-of-the-art equipment for safely and efficiently removing or treating lead-based paint or other hazardous materials such as asbestos.
Tri Span Environmental is a Los Angeles County LRC contractor with all of the right certification, experience, employees, and equipment for removing lead, asbestos, mold contamination, and fire-damaged materials from private homes, apartment buildings, and public buildings. Contact us for an estimate and more information.