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1983 Marcus Ave
North New Hyde Park, NY, 11042
United States

516-328-1194

EPM is an environmental consulting firm, serving the NYC metropolitan area for over 25 years in hazardous material assessments, design, and abatement oversight.

NYU LANGONE

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nEW YORK UNIVERSITY LANGONE MEDICAL CENTER

Term Contract

Since 2004, EPM has been an on-call environmental consultant for New York University and NYU Medical Center. Approximately 950 task orders have been completed to date at  NYU Medical Center Facilities and New York University Campus.  Services include hazardous material investigations and  remediation oversight at offices research buildings, hospital buildings and dormitories. 

Typical assignments have included:

  • XRF lead paint surveys conducted in accordance with 24 CFR 35
  • Asbestos investigations associated with the proposed demolition of several buildings
  • Investigations, design and abatement oversight concerning 11/98 safety repairs, roof replacements, exterior modernizations, fire alarm installations, sprinkler installations and gut rehabilitations.

EPM has supported several major projects in recent years for the NYU  Langone Medical Center, which involved the planned demolition of Rubin Hall and the Perelman Building.

EPM inspectors performed detailed pre-demolition surveys on all interior floors and roofs of each building.                

A detailed survey report for each key investigation was prepared. 

EPM monitors supervised each asbestos abatement at these buildings, and provided a written scope of work for use by the abatement contractor. Air samples were collected for lab analysis during each abatement to verify the    integrity of the asbestos containment.

On another assignment, as part of the post-Sandy recovery effort, EPM performed numerous surveys to determine potential hazardous material impacts in those buildings at the NYU Langone complex which suffered ground level flood damage.