Controlling Contaminants

Controlling Contaminants

In Occupied Facilities

Controlling contaminants at your facility during construction ensures that you, your staff and your product is protected from dust and debris that could lead to a complete shutdown of operation.

Using training and skilled construction professionals minimizes down time, and ensures safety and reliability when protecting your people, products and property. 

Controlling Contaminants follows OSHA's standards for safety and health information about indoor air quality to create a solution that meets a job's unique requirements. 

Clean Construction

Fume, dust and debris control, personal hygiene requirements and industry professionalism.

Air Flow Expertise

Control air flow to prevent dust from traveling through the facility.

Risk Management

Pre-job and daily Job Safety Analysis (JSAs) on noise control, arc flash safety, vibration control, particle measurements (system analysis).


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Construction Project Type

Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical

  • Pre-Planning with facilities team using Contamination Control Permit and Product Risk Assessment (note the chart above).
  • Selecting proper barrier, construction routes through facilities, and using facilities recommended chemicals.
  • Understanding GMP protocols

Food Service

  • Food Service- FDA food codes/Environmental Health Permit (EHP)
  • Planning renovation (keeping restaurants running safely)
  • Phased construction- working after hours/unoccupied.
  • Risk assessments (project type, risk level)
  • Protecting furnishings, floors, finishes and facility equipment

Occupied Educational Facilities

  • Planning, isolation, and safety hazards associated with school renovation (asbestos, lead, birds and mold)
  • Scheduling - avoiding disrupting to ongoing school activities
  • Establishing barriers - protecting occupants from dust, contaminants,   and noise
  • Evacuation plans

Hotel, Retail, Office Facilities

  • Renovation concepts - levels of construction, protective measures, and maintaining air conditions
  • Noise and airborne contaminants
  • Planning
  • Traffic management - keeping business running while under construction
  • Controlled demolition