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It is critical that the air we breathe and the work sites we control are as safe as possible. The air quality/health safety teams at Panhandle have the knowledge and experience to provide the best solutions for your situation. Whether you need lead, asbestos or mold testing, or you need someone to develop, review or implement health and safety programs, trust the professionals at Panhandle to do the job correctly the first time. We have the experience and the talent your next project requires.

In the past, asbestos and other hazardous materials were used during the construction of schools, office buildings, churches, hospitals, and other structures. Asbestos is found in surfacing treatments, pipe insulation, and a wide variety of other building components. As these materials age, they deteriorate, and if not managed properly by experienced professionals, may present health risks to building occupants and maintenance workers.

PG&E offers a full-spectrum of asbestos consulting services that include inspections, assessments, specifications development, abatement monitoring, and clearance testing.

Environmental issues can be challenging and time consuming. Panhandle Geotechnical & Environmental, Inc. (PG&E) relies upon demonstrated experience and knowledge of local conditions and regulations to provide cost-effective professional services and innovative solutions to engineering and environmental problems. We serve private industry, utilities, federal, state and local governments and agencies with environmental protection, engineering, and consulting issues.


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We can provide AHERA solutions for schools!

At Panhandle Geotechnical & Environmental we understand the responsibility school administrators have of providing a safe and healthy environment for the education of our future leaders.  That is why our professionals are ready to assist area schools to comply with policies that require the detection and management of Asbestos in schools.

Asbestos is a mineral fiber that was used in building and construction materials in the early 20th century because of its strength and heat-resistant properties.  Asbestos fibers can be inhaled and cause a host of health problems if they are disturbed during repair, remodeling or demolition activities.  Because of these dangers the 1986 Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) requires all public and non-profit local education agencies to inspect their schools for asbestos-containing materials and prepare management plans to prevent or reduce asbestos hazards.

Our experts will take care of the AHERA inspection requirements, create the necessary management plans for school facilities, and help with the annual notification requirement.