new york city department of parks & recreation
As part of the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation term contract, in-depth hazardous material inspections were performed at the following project sites:
LaGuardia Bath House, Manhattan—an abandoned building; the objective was to determine the current conditions and evaluate the extent of hazardous materials throughout the structure.
Cromwell Recreation Center, Staten Island—Pier No. 6 the objective was to identify and quantify asbestos and lead materials within the building for proposed renovations.
Van Cortlandt Stadium Reconstruction, Bronx—determine and quantify the existence of hazardous materials that can be impacted during the reconstruction of the stadium structure. Suspect asbestos containing materials (ACM), lead based coatings, universal wastes and mold were surveyed.
High Bridge Water Tower, Manhattan— built in 1871, the tower was rehabilitated following a roof fire in 1990. Existing contract documents from then were reviewed as part of the investigation in addition to visual inspection/sampling of hazardous materials.