ASBESTOS AND HAZMAT BIDS AVAILABLE NOW

Published by on

CA – California State University, Office of the Chancellor: Regional Specialty Job Order Contract (Haz Mat Abate) North, South Campuses. Hazardous Materials Abatement: C-22, ASB & HAZ Certifications
CT – City of New London: New London High School – Phase 2 Early Haz-Mat Package
DC – MAYA ANGELOU PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL: Window Removal and Asbestos Abatement. To remove the windows, perform the asbestos abatement process
FL – Department of Transportation: Districtwide Contamination Assessment
IA – Des Moines Public Schools: Merrill MS Asbestos Abatement 2019.
IL – Crystal Lake School District 47: Asbestos Abatement Projects at Various Schools
IN – Indiana State University: 2019 Asbestos Removal at Indiana State University Hulman Center.
MA – Asbestos Consulting Services at the Charles F. Hurley Building located at 19 StanifordStreet in Boston,
MD – DNR: Evans House Abatement,
MI – Bay Arenac ISD: Asbestos Consult
MO – Excelsior Springs School District: Asbestos abatement
NC – Fayetteville: RFQ Field Oversight Services for Hazard Mitigation Grant Progra
NH – County of Hillsborough: Asbestos Abatement. Abatement of formerly known NH Women’s Prison
NY – Erie County: Qualified firms interested in 1) Lead Hazard Evaluation
OH – Cincinnati: Lead Paint Hazard Control Contractor Pool
OR – Eugene: Hazmat remediation in two buildings
PA – Scranton: Asbestos Containing Materials / Universal Hazardous Waste Abatement Project.
SC – Pickens: Asbestos Testing and Monitoring:
TX – Lubbock ISD: (RFP) ASBESTOS ABATEMENT INDEFINITE QUANTITY
VA – Danville: Abatement of Lead and Asbestos in Dan River Mills Pedestrian Bridge
WV – DOT DOH: Pre-qualified Consultants to be utilized for asbestos inspection and sampling
Go to www.envirobidnet.com for details to these open bids and hundreds more nationwide

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Posts

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday that a clean-up project costing taxpayers three-quarters of a million dollars was finally complete.
Debris begins to settle after the demolition of the basic oxygen plant on March 9, Bringing on a Lawsuit
To reduce waste, Palo Alto takes aim at demolition City Council adopts ‘deconstruction’ ordinance to require reuse, recycling of materials