UIC Dentistry ACM Inspection
The University of Illinois at Chicago required reconfiguration of spaces on the first, fourth and fifth floors in the College of Dentistry building (940). The spaces included research operatories and support spaces, laboratories and support offices, conference rooms and equipment rooms, tissue culture rooms and an animal research facility. Reconfiguration of these spaces included, but were not limited to, the design of new demising and partition walls, flooring, lighting and ceiling tile, secured entry (card reader) doors, doors, transoms and vision panels, lab benches and counters, scattered sink stations, fume hoods, X-ray equipment; HVAC, sprinkler, plumbing, electrical and data/telecom reconfiguration; and asbestos abatement.
GSG’s scope of services included asbestos management services for two phases of work: Phase I consisted of field asbestos sampling and preparation of design plans and specifications documentation. Phase II consisted of asbestos project oversight/management & air sampling. The project involved asbestos containing materials located throughout the building including 12” x 12” floor tile and mastic, transite fume hoods, table tops and sealant on duct work. In total, in excess of 22,000 SF of floor tile and mastic in over 70 separate rooms, transit fume hoods in 10 separate rooms, 3000 SF of counter tops, and 1000 LF of duct sealant were abated.
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