The requirement to manage and control hazardous building materials is not only a legal requirement, but a moral one.
SLR is at the forefront of the industry. Our team of professionals are helping to improve standards, define best practice, drive legislative change and promote safe and effective methods of hazardous building material management.
How can we help?
Working in the industrial, commercial and domestic market, we can offer a broad range of services and a wealth of experience. We are acutely aware of the requirements and obligations under government and workplace health and safety legislations and can guide and advice our clients accordingly.
Our services include:
- Comprehensive suspect hazardous material / containment investigation services (asbestos, lead, PCB and universal waste)
- Abatement design, oversight and air monitoring services
- Indoor air quality (IAQ) contaminants assessment and remediation design
- Site specific management plans including operations and maintenance programs
- Structure condition / risk assessment
- Critical response for emergency works (ie. following fire/storm damage, the discovery of contaminated fill etc)
- Asbestos awareness and risk management training
- Centralised online HazMat registers
- NATA accredited reports for building material and asbestos dust samples
- Expert witness
Accreditation and Licensure
SLR is NATA Accredited in Australia for Asbestos Fibre Counting, Volume Measurement (Air), and Asbestos Fibre Identification.
EPA Accredited – All states and providences
State Licensed - Connecticut (CT), Massachusetts (MA), Maine (ME), New Hampshire (NH), New York (NY), Rhode Island (RI), Vermont (VT), and Puerto Rico (PR)
State Certified – Arizona (AZ), Delaware (DE), Georgia (GA), New Jersey (NJ), New Mexico (NM), Oregon (OR), Washington (WA), Wyoming (WY)
Our team includes
Principal, Building Sciences
Ryan Rouillard is currently the Principal of Building Sciences with projects that involve the management of asbestos-containing materials, lead-based paint, and other hazardous materials related to renovation and demolition activities in buildings, as well as, assisting building owners in the long term management of asbestos in their buildings. His work includes asbestos and hazardous materials surveys and design specifications; management of asbestos, lead paint and hazardous materials abatement projects; screening and Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments; monitoring of workplace exposure to chemical and physical hazards; indoor air quality assessments; and interpretation of industrial environmental compliance and permit-related information. He is responsible for all aspects of client relations, contracts/subcontracts, management and new client development. He is also responsible for business development and marketing plans to target market sectors and clients.
Senior Project Consultant
David’s consulting experience includes undertaking numerous Hazardous Material & Asbestos Survey Assessments for Defence and State Governments, asbestos identification and bulk asbestos sampling, on site supervision for friable and non-friable asbestos removal works, visual clearance inspections, establishment of site laboratories for airborne asbestos fibre monitoring airborne for friable and non-friable asbestos removal works.
Jason Fernet is a Professional Engineer and Connecticut Licenced Environmental Professional. Jason has experience as an engineer in remedial design/remedial action programmes, site investigation, preparing construction specifications, decommissioning, decontamination and demolition (DDD) management, hazardous and PCB waste management and multimedia permitting in various sectors across the United States. He has prepared remedial designs, feasibility studies, and construction bid documents, served as Engineer-of-Record, and managed remedial activities at complex sites undergoing clean up and redevelopment under expedited schedules. Jason has provided third-party review for agency negotiations on environmental clean up-related issues. He has developed and implemented TSCA PCB clean up plans in EPA Regions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 9.
Associate Building Sciences Specialist
Keith Allard is an Associate Building Sciences Specialist involved in the management of asbestos-containing materials, lead-based paint, and other hazardous materials related to renovation and demolition activities in buildings, as well as, assisting building owners in the long-term management of asbestos in their buildings. His work includes asbestos and hazardous materials surveys and design specifications; management of asbestos, lead paint and hazardous materials abatement projects, and physical hazards including indoor air quality assessments involving the collection and laboratory submittal of suspect regulated or toxic materials (i.e. asbestos, lead, PCB, UFFI, radon, mold, bacteria, etc.), and monitoring services. In addition, he has a comprehensive understanding of local, state, and federal compliance regulations (and associated funding rules) with all aspects of a project. He manages many aspects of client relations, to include but not limited to, contracts and subcontracts, management, and retention. Keith mentors, directs, and provides technical expertise for field staff.