Project Summary

The scope of work was to demolish all of the interior finishes and abate the ACM fireproofing from a 7-story, 220,000-square-foot hospital built in 1971 and get it ready to be demolished. All of the structural steel was sprayed with ACM fireproofing. In addition to the fireproofing, the hazardous materials abated from the building included stucco, drywall, plaster, lead, PCB caulking, roofing, and thermal system insulation. Bayview completed the work in 9 months to meet the owner and general contractor’s deadline.

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