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November 25, 2013

Mr. Greg Secor


University of California at Davis
Design & Construction Management
255 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
Re:

Transmitted via email:gsecor@ucdavis.edu

Asbestos and Lead Surveys for Seismic V Project


University of California at Davis, Central Plant, Med Sci 1B, Olson Hall and Wright Hall
One Shields Avenue, Davis, California
ACC Project #: 3028-067.00

Dear Mr. Secor:


Per your request, ACC Environmental Consultants, Inc. (ACC) performed limited asbestos surveys of The Central
Plant, Med Sci 1B, Olson Hall and Wright Hall, located at University of California, One Shields Avenue, Davis,
California, in October and November of 2013. The surveys of the referenced sites were performed to identify
suspect asbestos-containing building materials and loose & peeling lead-containing paint that may be impacted
during the planned preliminary investigation project. Common suspect asbestos-containing building materials that
may be impacted by typical projects may include but are not limited to, the following materials:

Flooring & Associated Adhesives


Baseboard & Associated Adhesives
Gypsum Wallboard, Taping/Joint Compounds, & Texturing Compounds
Plaster Wall & Ceiling Systems
Spray Applied Acoustical Material
Fireproofing
Pipe, Pipe Elbows & Pipe Fitting Insulation
Boiler & Flue Insulation
HVAC Duct Insulation
HVAC Joint Mudding & Duct Tape
Sink Undercoating
Asbestos-cement (Transite) Flues, Panels & Shingles
Ceramic Tile Grout and Underlayment
Interior & Exterior Stucco
Brick Mortar
Roofing Materials

Building components not associated with the planned investigation project were not sampled. Furthermore,
limited lead sampling was conducted to identify suspect lead-containing coatings that may be disturbed by project
activities for the purpose of compliance with Cal-OSHAs Lead in Construction Standard and is not intended to

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be a Lead Inspection or Lead Risk Assessment as defined by the California Department of Public Health
(DPH).

Asbestos Bulk Sample Results


Mr. Chris Yama, a Cal/OSHA Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC #98-2356) with ACC, performed bulk
sampling of suspect asbestos-containing materials during October and November of 2013. Two Hundred ninetyeight (298) samples of suspect materials were submitted for analysis. Copies of the laboratory results are attached.
The samples were delivered to Forensic Analytical Laboratories, of Hayward, California; an independent
laboratory that participates in the bulk sample proficiency analysis program conducted by the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and is accredited by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation
Program (NVLAP). The samples were analyzed using Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) with dispersion
staining to estimate percent composition by volume. Samples with less than 1% (<1%) asbestos are designated as
Trace asbestos. Samples with no observable asbestiform minerals are designated as no asbestos detected.
Summary of Asbestos Bulk Sample Results

Central Plant
Sample
No.

Material Description

Location Description

RC-1-1

Tar and Gravel


Roofing

Southwest Roof

RM-2-1

Perimeter Roofing

Southwest Roof

RP-3-1

Roof Patching Mastic

Southwest Roof

JC-5-1, 2,
3, 4, 5

Drywall & Joint


Compound

Throughout Building
B

WT-6-1

Wall Texture on Drywall

Throughout Building A

JC-7-1, 2,
3, 4, 5
PI-8-1, 2,
3

Drywall & Joint


Compound
Hardpack Pipe
Insulation
Fiberglass Pipe
Insulation

PI-9-1

Throughout Building A
Throughout Plant
Complex
Throughout Plant
Complex

TG-10-1

Ceramic Tile on
Drywall

Throughout Building
B

CT-11-1

2 X 4 White Ceiling
Tile with Fissures

Building A

MI-12-1,
2, 3
RP-13-1,
2
CT-14-1

Concrete
Roof Patch
2 X 4 White Ceiling
Tile - Textured

Throughout Plant
Complex
Parapet Walls and
Penetrations Bldg A
Building A

Results
Felt: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Off White Canvas: No Asbestos
Detected
Tar: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tar: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Mastic: No Asbestos Detected
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Composite Point Count: <1% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Wall Texture: No Asbestos Detected
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: No Asbestos Detected
Insulation: 10% Amosite Asbestos
Insulation: No Asbestos Detected
Grout: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected
Tar: 15% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

9,200 SF

Category 1

Class 2

2,100 SF

Category 1

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

3,200 SF

Unclassifi
ed

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

1,410 LF

Friable
RACM

Class 1

N/Q

N/A

N/A

240 SF

Unclassifi
ed

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

420 SF

Cat I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

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Sample
No.

Material Description

Location Description

CT-15-1

2 X 4 White Ceiling
Tile with Fissures

Building A

ES-16-1,
2, 3

Exterior Stucco

At VFD Room

RC-17-1,
2

White Painted Rolled


Roofing

Bldg A

BA-18-1,
2

Brown Base Adhesive

MI-19-1, 2
FA-20-1
GC-21-1,
2
WT-22-1,
2, 3
GC-23-1,
2
CK-24-1,
2, 3

Epoxy Floor and Red


Concrete
12 X 12 Grey Floor
Tile and Yellow
Adhesive
1 X 1 White Ceiling
Tile Large Fissures with
Brown Mastic
Wall Texture on
Concrete
1 X 1 White Ceiling
Tile Small Fissures with
Brown Mastic

Results

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Stucco: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Felt: 35% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tar: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

420 SF

Cat I

Class 2

Throughout Plant
Complex

Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Bathroom

Epoxy: No Asbestos Detected


Red Concrete: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Old Control Room

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Old Control Room

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Bathroom

Texture: No Asbestos Detected


Paint: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

VFD Room Hallway

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Perimeter of Windows
Caulk: No Asbestos Detected
N/Q
N/A
N/A
and Louvers
Throughout Plant
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected
MI-25-1, 2 Concrete
N/Q
N/A
N/A
Complex-Exterior
Throughout Plant
Debris: <1% Amosite Asbestos
Friable
DB-26-1
Debris Insulation
2,250 SF
Class 1
Complex
RACM
*Approximate quantities should be verified during any project planning as the building was occupied during the survey and ACC was
unable to perform a fully destructive investigation to identify all concealed conditions.
Beige/Tan Caulk

Med Sci 1B
Sample
No.

Material Description

Location Description

Results

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

ES-1-1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6,
7, 8, 9

Exterior Stucco

At Soffits and Roof


Wells

Stucco: No Asbestos Detected


Paint: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

MI-2-1, 2

Terrazzo Floor

Bathrooms

Terrazzo: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

MI-3-1, 2,
3

Concrete

Throughout Building

Concrete: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

CK-4-1, 2

Grey Caulking

Roof Wells

Caulking: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

BA-5-1, 2

Brown Base Adhesive

Throughout Building

Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building

Tile: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

700 SF

Cat I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

FA-6-1, 2
TG-7-1, 2
PI-8-1

12 X 12 Beige Floor
Tile and Black
Adhesive
Ceramic Tile Grout and
Adhesive
Fiberglass Pipe
Insulation

Bathrooms
Throughout Building

Grout: No Asbestos Detected


Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected
Insulation: No Asbestos Detected

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Sample
No.
PE-9-1, 2,
3, 4
JC-10-1,
2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, 9
CT-11-1,
2

Material Description
Insulation at Pipe Racks

Throughout Building

Drywall & Joint


Compound

Throughout Building

CT-13-1,
2

2 X 4 White Ceiling
Tile with Pinholes
2 X 4 White Ceiling
Tile with Fissures
2 X 2 White Ceiling
Tile with Pinholes

RP-14-1

Roof Patching Mastic

CT-12-1

CM-17-1,
2
RC-18-1,
2

1 X 1 White Ceiling
Tile Fiberglass with
Brown Mastic
1 X 1 White Ceiling
Tile Cellulose with
Brown Mastic
Brown Ceiling Tile
Mastic
Tar and Gravel
Roofing

RM-19-1

Membrane Roofing

GC-15-1
CT-16-1,
2

Location Description

Store #135
Store #135
Throughout Building

Results
Insulation: No Asbestos Detected
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: No Asbestos Detected
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Mechanical Wells

Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Library Bathrooms

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Library Bathrooms

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Library Bathrooms

Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Mechanical Wells

Tar: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos


Felt: 40% Chrysotile Asbestos

980 SF

Cat I

Class 2

Mechanical Well, SW

Membrane: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

*Approximate quantities should be verified during any project planning as the building was occupied during the survey and ACC was
unable to perform a fully destructive investigation to identify all concealed conditions.

Olson Hall
Sample
No.
A-PL-1-1,
2, 3
A-RM-2-1,
2
WT-1-1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6,
7
CK-2-1, 2,
3

Material Description

Location Description

Results

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

52,000 SF

Friable
RACM

Class 2

Plaster

2nd Floor Shop at


Chase

Membrane Roofing, Felt


and Tar

Middle of Main Roof

Wall Texture on
Concrete

Throughout Building

Grey Caulking

Around Windows and at


Expansion Joints

Caulking: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Tan Caulking

Top of Roof Seams

Caulking: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Grey Window Putty

Rooftop Windows

Putty: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Silver Foil with


Brown/Yellow Mastic

Above Ceiling
Throughout Building

Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

RP-6-1, 2

Roof Patching Mastic

Roof Walkways

Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

PI-7-1, 2,
3
PE-8-1, 2,
3

Hardpack Pipe
Insulation
Pipe Elbows on
Fiberglass Lines

CK-3-1, 2
WP-4-1,
2, 3, 4
AD-5-1, 2,
3

Throughout Building
Throughout Building

Plaster: No Asbestos Detected


Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Membrane Roofing: No Asbestos Detected
Tar: No Asbestos Detected

Approx.
Quantity*

Wall Texture: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

Insulation: 10% Amosite Asbestos


Insulation: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

1,700 LF
900 EA

Friable
RACM
Friable
RACM

Class 1
Class 1

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Sample
No.

Material Description

Location Description

SA-9-1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6,
7

Acoustic Plaster with


Metal Lath

Stairwells and Center


Lobbies

Plaster: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

MI-10-1, 2

Terrazzo Floor

Center Lobbies

Terrazzo: No Asbestos Detected

FA-11-1,
2

12 X 12 Beige Floor
Tile over 9 X 9 and
Black Adhesive

Throughout Building

Bottom Tile: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos


Bottom Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

Brown Window Putty

Lower Windows

Beige and Brown Base


Adhesive
Wall Covering

WP-12-1,
2, 3
BA-13-1,
2, 3
MI-14-1

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

4,000 SF

Friable
RACM

Class 1

N/Q

N/A

N/A

2,400 SF

Cat I

Class 2

Putty: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building

Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building

Glue: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building,
Hallways

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

15,400 SF

Cat I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

CT-20-1,
2
CM-22-1,
2
CM-23-1,
2

12 X 12 Green and
Purple Floor Tile
Black and Yellow
Adhesive
Ceramic Wall Tile Grout
and Adhesive
Ceramic Tile Grout and
Underlayment
Ceramic Floor Tile
Grout and Adhesive
1 X 1 White Ceiling
Tile Fiberglass with
Brown Mastic
1 X 1 White Ceiling
Tile Cellulose
Ceiling Tile Mastic,
Yellow
Ceiling Tile Mastic,
Brown

MI-24-1, 2

Tan Epoxy Flooring

Rooms 230 and 250

MI-25-1, 2

Concrete Exterior

Throughout Exterior

MI-26-1, 2

Concrete Interior

Throughout Building

AD-27-1

Black Adhesive on
Ductwork

DB-28-1,
2

Insulation Debris

Basement Mechanical
Room
Mechanical Rooms
and Mechanical
Closets Throughout
Building

PL-29-1,
2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7

Plaster

FA-15-1,
2, 3, 4
TG-16-1
TG-17-1
TG-18-1,
2
GC-19-1,
2

DI-30-1, 2
DI-31-1

Fiberglass Duct
Insulation with Silver
Cover
Fiberglass Duct
Insulation with Canvas
Cover

Bathrooms
Janitor Closets
Bathrooms

Results

Grout: No Asbestos Detected


Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected
Grout: No Asbestos Detected
Underlayment: No Asbestos Detected
Grout: No Asbestos Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected

2nd Floor South

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building

Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building

Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

1,200 SF

Cat II

Class 2

Debris: 2% Amosite Asbestos

20,400 SF

Friable
RACM

Class 2

Plaster: No Asbestos Detected


Paint: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building
Throughout Building
Throughout Building

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected

Insulation: No Asbestos Detected


Insulation: No Asbestos Detected
Cover: No Asbestos Detected

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Sample
No.

Material Description

FA-32-1

12 X 12 Beige Floor
with Yellow Mastic

FA-33-1,
2

9 X 9 Tan Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive

Location Description
Room 206 on Elevated
Floor. Note FA-33 is
below elevated Floor
Throughout Building,
Partially Concealed by
various Floor
Coverings and
Elevated Floors

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Bottom Tile: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos


Bottom Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

48,000 SF

Cat I

Class 2

16,200 SF

Unclassifi
ed

Class 2

Results
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

JC-34-1,
2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8

Drywall & Joint


Compound

Throughout Building

Drywall: No Asbestos Detected


Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Composite Point Count: <1% Chrysotile
Asbestos

CM-35-1

Ceiling Tile Mastic, Tan

Throughout Building

Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

CT-36-1,
2

2 X 2 White Ceiling
Tile With Pinholes

Throughout Building

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Paint: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

FA-37-1

12 X 12 Tan Floor with


Yellow Mastic

Rooms 248 and 248A


on Elevated Floor.
Note FA-33 is below
elevated Floor

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Elevator

Tile: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

30 SF

Cat I

Class 2

Throughout Building

Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

9,400 LF

Cat II

Class 2

Throughout Building

Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Paint: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

FA-38-1
AD-39-1,
2, 3
AD-40-1
CT-41-1,
2

12 X 12 Tan Floor
Tile and Yellow
Adhesive
Tan/Brown Adhesive
on Perimeter of
Ceiling Grids
Yellow Wall Panel
Adhesive
2 X 4 White Ceiling
Tile With Fissures

Friable
Class 2
RACM
*Approximate quantities should be verified during any project planning as the building was occupied during the survey and ACC was
unable to perform a fully destructive investigation to identify all concealed conditions.
FD-42

Fire Doors

Throughout Building

Assumed Asbestos

16 Each

Wright Hall
Sample
No.
RM-1-1, 2,
3
SA-3-1, 2,
3
PI-4-1, 2,
3
PL-5-1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6,
7, 8
TG-6-1

Material Description
Membrane Roofing,
Felt, Tar and
Lightweight Concrete

Location Description
Middle of West Lower
Roof

Results
Membrane Roofing: No Asbestos Detected
Tar: No Asbestos Detected
Lightweight Concrete: No Asbestos
Detected
Plaster: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Acoustic Plaster with


Metal Lath
Hardpack Pipe
Insulation

Throughout Theatre
and Theatre Lobby

Plaster

Throughout Building

Plaster: No Asbestos Detected


Paint: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Brown Ceramic Tile


Grout and
Underlayment

Bathrooms

Grout: No Asbestos Detected


Underlayment: No Asbestos Detected

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Throughout Building

Insulation: 15% Amosite Asbestos

900 SF
2,200 LF

Friable
RACM
Friable
RACM

Class 1
Class 1

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Sample
No.

Material Description

Location Description

Tan Ceramic Tile Grout


and Underlayment

Bathrooms

Plaster on Drywall

Above Ceiling on
Second Floor

Tan and Beige


Waterproofing Paint

Throughout Exterior

SV-11-1

Tan Sheet Vinyl

Restrooms at Lobby

MI-12-1, 2

Lightweight Concrete

Above Ceiling on
Second Floor

BA-13-1,
2

Brown Base Adhesive

Throughout Building

MI-14-1, 2

Firestop

Throughout Building

JC-15-1,
2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8

Drywall & Joint


Compound

Throughout Building

FA-16-1,
2, 3

9 X 9 Tan Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive

Throughout Building

MI-17-1, 2

Concrete

Throughout Building

CT-18-1

2 X 4 White Ceiling
Tile Fiberglass

Throughout Building

MI-19-1,
2, 3

Concrete

Throughout Building

TG-7-1
PL-9-1, 2,
3
MI-10-1,
2, 3

Results
Grout: No Asbestos Detected
Underlayment: No Asbestos Detected
Plaster: No Asbestos Detected
Waterproofing: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Sheet Vinyl: No Asbestos Detected
Backing: No Asbestos Detected
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Firestop: No Asbestos Detected
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Composite Point Count: <1% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Tile: <1% Chrysotile Asbestos
Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

900 LF

Cat II

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

2,600 SF

Unclassifi
ed

Class 2

800 SF

Cat I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Above Showers in
Assumed Asbestos
100 SF
Cat II
Class 2
Basement Bathroom
*Approximate quantities should be verified during any project planning as the building was occupied during the survey and ACC was
unable to perform a fully destructive investigation to identify all concealed conditions.
TP-20-1

Transite Panels

Fire/Police
Sample
No.

Material Description

Location Description

MI-1-1, 2

Concrete

Exterior

RM-2-1

Membrane Roof

Lower Roof

MI-3-1

Concrete Blocks CMU

Exterior

TG-4-1

Ceramic Tile, Grout


and Mastic

Bathrooms

CT-5-1, 2

White Ceiling Tile

Throughout Building

FA-6-1, 2

12 X 12 Brown Floor
Tile and Black Adhesive

Throughout Building

AD-7-1, 2,
3

Black Adhesive for


12 Brown Floor Tiles

Throughout Building

Results
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected
Membrane: No Asbestos Detected
Concrete: No Asbestos Detected
Grout: No Asbestos Detected
Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos Detected
See Mastic Samples Below
Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

400 SF

Cat II

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

700 SF

Cat I

Class 2

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Sample
No.

Material Description

Location Description

CA-8-1

Black and Yellow


Carpet Adhesive

Throughout Building

CK-9-1

Grey Caulking

Exterior on CMU

BA-10-1,
2, 3

Brown Base Adhesive

Throughout Building

Results

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

200 SF

Cat I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos


Caulking: No Asbestos Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected

Drywall: No Asbestos Detected


Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Drywall & Joint
Unclassifi
Throughout Building
Asbestos
3,200 SF
Class 2
Compound
ed
Composite Point Count: <1% Chrysotile
Asbestos
*Approximate quantities should be verified during any project planning as the building was occupied during the survey and ACC was
unable to perform a fully destructive investigation to identify all concealed conditions.
JC-11-1,
2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, 9

Summary of Asbestos Materials


Building

Material Description

Location Description

Central Plant

Tar and Gravel


Roofing

Southwest Roof

Central Plant

Perimeter Roofing

Southwest Roof

Central Plant

Drywall & Joint


Compound

Throughout Building
B

Central Plant

Hardpack Pipe
Insulation

Throughout Plant
Complex

Central Plant

Ceramic Tile on
Drywall

Throughout Building
B

Central Plant

Roof Patch

Parapet Walls and


Penetrations Bldg A

Central Plant

White Painted Rolled


Roofing

Bldg A

Central Plant

Debris Insulation

Throughout Plant
Complex

Med Sci 1B
Med Sci 1B
Olson Hall
Olson Hall

12 X 12 Beige Floor
Tile and Black
Adhesive
Tar and Gravel
Roofing
Wall Texture on
Concrete
Hardpack Pipe
Insulation

Throughout Building
Mechanical Wells
Throughout Building
Throughout Building

Results
Felt: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Off White Canvas: No Asbestos
Detected
Tar: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tar: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Composite Point Count: <1% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Insulation: 10% Amosite Asbestos
Grout: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Tar: 15% Chrysotile Asbestos
Felt: 35% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tar: No Asbestos Detected
Debris: <1% Amosite Asbestos
Tile: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos
Mastic: No Asbestos Detected
Tar: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Felt: 40% Chrysotile Asbestos
Wall Texture: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos
Insulation: 10% Amosite Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

Cost
Estimate

9,200 SF

$46,000

2,100 SF

$2,100

3,200 SF

$6,400

1,410 LF

$14,100

240 SF

$900

420 SF

$2,100

420 SF

$2,100

2,250 SF

$6,750

700 SF

$1,400

980 SF

$500

52,000
SF

$16,000

1,700 LF

$5,100

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Building
Olson Hall
Olson Hall

Material Description
Pipe Elbows on
Fiberglass Lines
Acoustic Plaster with
Metal Lath
12 X 12 Beige Floor
Tile over 9 X 9 and
Black Adhesive
12 X 12 Green and
Purple Floor Tile
Black and Yellow
Adhesive
Black Adhesive on
Ductwork

Location Description
Throughout Building
Stairwells and Center
Lobbies

Results
Insulation: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos
Plaster: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

Cost
Estimate

900 EA

$5,000

4,000 SF

$4,000

2,400 SF

$2,400

Throughout Building

Bottom Tile: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos


Bottom Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

Throughout Building,
Hallways

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

15,400
SF

$30,800

Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

1,200 SF

$500

Debris: 2% Amosite Asbestos

20,400
SF

$5,000

Bottom Tile: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos


Bottom Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

48,000
SF

$96,000

Throughout Building

Drywall: No Asbestos Detected


Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Composite Point Count: <1% Chrysotile
Asbestos

16,200
SF

$32,400

Elevator

Tile: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos


Mastic: No Asbestos Detected

30 SF

Throughout Building

Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

9,400 LF

$18,800

Fire Doors

Throughout Building

Assumed Asbestos

16 Each

$800

Acoustic Plaster with


Metal Lath
Hardpack Pipe
Insulation

Throughout Theatre
and Theatre Lobby

Plaster: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos

900 SF

$500

2,200 LF

$8,500

Wright Hall

Brown Base Adhesive

Throughout Building

900 LF

$900

Wright Hall

Drywall & Joint


Compound

Throughout Building

2,600 SF

$5,200

Wright Hall

9 X 9 Tan Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive

Throughout Building

800 SF

$2,400

Wright Hall

Transite Panels

Above Showers in
Basement Bathroom

Assumed Asbestos

100 SF

$500

Fire/Police

Ceramic Tile, Grout


and Mastic

Bathrooms

Grout: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

400 SF

$800

Olson Hall

Olson Hall
Olson Hall
Olson Hall

Insulation Debris

Olson Hall

9 X 9 Tan Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive

Olson Hall

Olson Hall
Olson Hall
Olson Hall
Wright Hall
Wright Hall

Drywall & Joint


Compound
12 X 12 Tan Floor
Tile and Yellow
Adhesive
Tan/Brown Adhesive
on Perimeter of
Ceiling Grids

Basement Mechanical
Room
Mechanical Rooms
and Mechanical
Closets Throughout
Building
Throughout Building,
Partially Concealed
by various Floor
Coverings and
Elevated Floors

Throughout Building

Insulation: 15% Amosite Asbestos


Adhesive: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Composite Point Count: <1% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Tile: <1% Chrysotile Asbestos
Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

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Building
Fire/Police
Fire/Police

Fire/Police

Material Description
Black Adhesive for
12 Brown Floor Tiles
Black and Yellow
Carpet Adhesive
Drywall & Joint
Compound

Location Description
Throughout Building
Throughout Building

Throughout Building

Results
Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos
Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Composite Point Count: <1% Chrysotile
Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

Cost
Estimate

700 SF

$500

200 SF

$200

6,400 SF

$19,200

Total

$348,350

*Approximate quantities should be verified during any project planning as the building was occupied during the survey and ACC was
unable to perform a fully destructive investigation to identify all concealed conditions.

EPAs NESHAPS regulations define categories of asbestos-containing materials (ACM) based on their potential of asbestos fiber release
when disturbed:

Friable - Any material containing more than 1 percent asbestos that, when dry, can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to
powder by hand pressure.

Category I Non-friable ACM (Cat 1 NF) - Asbestos-containing packings, gaskets, resilient floor covering and asphalt roofing
products containing more than 1 percent asbestos.

Category II Non-friable ACM (Cat II NF) - Any material, excluding Category I non-friable ACM containing more than 1 percent
asbestos as determined using the methods specified under AHERA, when dry, cannot be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to
powder by hand pressure.
2

OSHAs Asbestos in Construction Standard (Federal - 29 CFR 1926.1101 and California 8 CCR 1529) define specific Classes of
work based on the risk of exposure to employees with the potential for disturbance of asbestos-containing materials. The classes of work
are defined as

Class 1 - Asbestos-related activities involving the removal of thermal systems insulation (TSI) and surfacing ACM or presumed
ACM.

Class 2 - Asbestos-related activities involving the removal of ACM, which are not TSI, or surfacing ACM.

Based on the sample results, the planned investigation project will impact asbestos-containing materials. The final
scope of work should be reviewed against the asbestos survey information. If asbestos-containing materials will
be disturbed during the projects, licensed asbestos abatement contractors working under standard University of
California asbestos program requirements should perform all work.
A review of all other asbestos survey information available for the property in conjunction with these results
should be conducted prior to proceeding with project activities and when a change in the project scope is
developed. If suspect asbestos-containing materials will be impacted that are not addressed in this survey or in the
historical survey records, additional sampling should be conducted prior to disturbance.
Historical records (typically predating 1995) have limited value for project planning and should be verified with
confirmatory inspection and additional sampling.

Lead Sample Results


Mr. Chris Yama, a California Department of Public Health Lead Inspector/Assessor/Monitor (I/A/M-3814) with
ACC, collected fifty-five (55) bulk samples to establish lead-paint concentration for clean up and disposal
requirements. Samples with detectable amounts of lead must be properly removed and disposed of according to
local, state and federal regulations. Lead sampling was conducted to identify suspect lead-containing coatings that

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may be disturbed by project activities for the purpose of compliance with Cal-OSHAs Lead in Construction
Standard and is not intended to be a Lead Inspection or Lead Risk Assessment as defined by the California
Department of Public Health.
The bulk samples were obtained from suspect lead-containing building materials identified at the building. Paint
colors and/or descriptions are identified based on the surface color observed by ACC at the time of the survey and
does not necessarily identify paint descriptions underlying the surface coat.
The sample was delivered to Forensic Analytical Laboratories, of Hayward, California; an independent American
Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) accredited laboratories, for analysis and was analyzed by Atomic
Absorption (AA) Spectroscopy in accordance with the EPA 3050B/7420 Method. The colors, locations, and lead
contents of these paints are listed below.
Summary of Lead Bulk Sample Results

Med Sci 1B
Sample
No.
PT-2
PT-3
PT-4
PT-5
PT-6
PT-7
PT-8
PT-9
PT-10

Material Description
Beige on Exterior
Stucco
White, Beige, Tan and
Green on Drywall
Red and Brown on
Metal Studs
Orange and Red on
Structural Steel
Tan Ceramic Tile
Blue/Grey on Exterior
Trim and Roof
Blue/Grey on Exterior
Stucco
Tan and Yellow on
Exterior Trim
Blue Ceramic Tile

(wt% unless otherwise


noted)

Approximate
Quantity*

Estimated Removal
Costs

Throughout Building

0.0024

Intact

$0-100

Throughout Building

0.013

800 SF

Throughout Building

0.20

500 SF

Throughout Building

0.13

Intact

Bathrooms

0.014

1,200 SF

Throughout Exterior

0.23

50 SF

Throughout Exterior

.035

1,500 SF

Throughout Exterior

0.11

50 SF

Bathrooms

.053

800 SF

Material Location

Lead Content

Total

$800
$1,000
$0
$4,800
$0-200
$7,500
$0-200
$3,200
$17500-17,800

*Quantity for paint reflects approximate area of loose & peeling only, not all painted surfaces

Central Plant
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

(wt% unless otherwise


noted)

Lead Content

Approximate
Quantity*

Estimated Removal
Costs

15 ppm

240 SF

$500
$100

PT-1

Black and White


Ceramic Tile

Bathroom

PT-2

Beige on Exterior Trim

Throughout Building

0.04

50 SF

PT-3

Grey, Tan Red and


Green on Doors and
Frames

Throughout Building

0.16

Intact

$0

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Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

Lead Content
(wt% unless otherwise
noted)

Approximate
Quantity*

0.15

500 SF

PT-4

Green and Yellow on


Pipes

Throughout Building

PT-5

Lt. Blue on Drywall

Bathroom

<0.006

Intact

PT-6

White/Beige on Drywall

Throughout Building

<0.006

Intact

Throughout Building

0.072

50 SF

Throughout Building

.035

500 SF

Throughout Building

7.7

50 SF

Throughout Building

1.1

50 SF

PT-7
PT-8
PT-9
PT-10

Green and White on


Interior Concrete
Green and Red on
Ducts
Grey, Green, Blue and
Red on Structural Steel
Red and Yellow on
Guard Rails

PT-11

Grey Epoxy Floor

Throughout Building

0.071

260 SF

PT-12

Lt Blue, Grey and Green


on Interior Concrete

Throughout Building

0.11

200 SF

PT-13

Grey on Floor

Throughout Building

<0.006

2,500 SF

PT-14

Brown on Louvers

Throughout Building

0.080

Intact

PT-15

Beige on Exterior
Concrete

Throughout Exterior

0.040

1,000 SF
Total

Estimated Removal
Costs
$1,000
$0
$0
$200
$500
$200
$200
$1,000
$1,000
$0
$0
$10,000
$14,700

*Quantity for paint reflects approximate area of loose & peeling only, not all painted surfaces

Fire/Police
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

(wt% unless otherwise


noted)

Lead Content

Approximate
Quantity*

Estimated Removal
Costs
$0

PT-1

1 Blue Ceramic Tile

Bathrooms

<0.0007

Intact

PT-2

White/Beige, on Drywall

Throughout Building

<0.006

800 SF

PT-3

Red on Exterior Trim

Throughout Building

0.058

150 SF

PT-4

Black and Red on


Windows and Doors

Throughout Building

<0.02

Intact
Total

$0
$1,000
$0
$1,000

*Quantity for paint reflects approximate area of loose & peeling only, not all painted surfaces

Wright Hall
(wt% unless otherwise
noted)

Approximate
Quantity*

Estimated Removal
Costs

Throughout Building

<0.006

Intact

$0

Orange/Black on
Structural Steel

Throughout Building

26

Intact

$0-100

White/Beige on Plaster

Throughout Building

0.18

14,400 SF

Sample
No.

Material Description

PT-1

Beige/White on Drywall

PT-2
PT-3

Material Location

Lead Content

$57,600

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Sample
No.
PT-4
PT-5

Beige and Tan on


Exterior Concrete
Grey, Orange and
Brown on Doors and
Frames

Lead Content
(wt% unless otherwise
noted)

Approximate
Quantity*

Throughout Building

0.12

500 SF

Throughout Building

7.0

Intact

Material Description

Material Location

Estimated Removal
Costs
$1,000
$0

PT-6

Black on Stage Floor

Stage

<0.007

Intact

PT-7

Beige on Drywall

Throughout Building

<0.006

Intact

PT-8

Epoxy Floor

Bathrooms

0.002

500 SF

PT-9

Brown Ceramic Tile

Bathrooms

0.002

1,000 SF

PT-10

Tan Ceramic Tile

Bathrooms

0.0025

8,400 SF
Total

$0
$0
$1,500
$3,000
$25,200
$88,400

*Quantity for paint reflects approximate area of loose & peeling only, not all painted surfaces

Olson Hall
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

(wt% unless otherwise


noted)

Lead Content

Approximate
Quantity*

Estimated Removal
Costs
$12,800

PT-1

Ceramic Wall Tiles

Bathrooms

0.001

3,200 SF

PT-2

Ceramic Wall Tiles

Janitor Closets/Mech Rooms

0.053

700 SF

Throughout Building

0.46

200 SF

Throughout Building

0.39

1,000 SF

Tan Epoxy Flooring

South End of Second Floor

0.013

1,200 SF

PT-6-1

Lead Paint Debris

Throughout Building

0.035

11,400 SF

PT-6-2

Lead Paint Debris

Throughout Building

0.004

11,400 SF

Throughout Building

0.63

12,600 SF

Throughout Building

0.63

12,600 SF

Throughout Building

0.83

10,200 SF

Throughout Building

0.47

10,200 SF

<0.0006

N/A

PT-3
PT-4
PT-5

PT-7-1
PT-7-2
PT-8-1
PT-8-2

Brown, Green and Grey


on Doors and Frames
Beige and White on
Concrete

Grey, White, Beige and


Green on Plaster
Grey, White, Beige and
Green on Plaster
Grey, White, Beige and
Green on Concrete
Grey, White, Beige and
Green on Concrete

$0
$400
$2,000
$6,000
$6,000
Included Above
$6,300
Included Above
$5,000
Included Above

PT-9

Ceramic Floor Tiles

Bathrooms

$0

PT-10

Green and Beige on


Exterior Trim

Throughout Building

0.63

50 SF

PT-11

Varnish on Handrails

Throughout Building

<40

N/A

$0

PT-12

Blue/Beige on Drywall

Throughout Building

<0.007

N/A

$0

$500

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Sample
No.
PT-13
PT-14

Material Description
Green and White on
Ducts and Pipes
Silver and Orange on
Handrails

Lead Content
(wt% unless otherwise
noted)

Approximate
Quantity*

Throughout Building

0.50

950 SF

Throughout Building

0.72

950 SF

Material Location

PT-15

Varnish on Doors

Throughout Building

0.005

50 SF

PT-16

White on Drywall

Throughout Building

<0.006

N/A
Total

Estimated Removal
Costs
$1,000
$5,000
$100
$0
$45,100

*Quantity for paint reflects approximate area of loose & peeling only, not all painted surfaces

Of the fifty-five (55) samples collected, ten were reported to contain lead above 0.5%, 5,000 parts per million
(weight by weight), or 1.0 mg/cm2 which is the definition for lead based paint by the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) and the California Department of Public Health (DPH). Of the fifty-five samples taken forty-three
samples were found to have detectable amounts of lead. The OSHA Lead in Construction Standard requires the
use of special work practices during the disturbance of paint with any detectable amounts of lead. See attached
OSHA Lead Regulation Summary. Lead containing waste materials with a concentration greater than 0.1%, for
total lead, is considered hazardous waste in the State of California. Lead containing waste materials with a total lead
concentration between 0.005% (50 ppm) and 0.10% (1000 ppm) must be re-analyzed using the waste extraction test
(WET) method to determine the soluble lead content for waste disposal requirements.
The EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting Final Rule (40 CFR 745) requires that renovations conducted for
compensation (where lead-based paint will be disturbed), must be performed by Certified Firms using Certified
Renovators following the requirements set forth in the regulation.
Contractors are also required to notify the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) prior to disturbing
greater than 100 square feet or l00 linear feet of material containing lead greater than 0.5% by weight, 5000 parts per
million (ppm) or 1.0 milligram per square centimeter (mg/cm2).

OSHA Lead Regulation Summary


The Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), has enacted a lead standard, which was
adopted by the Cal/OSHA as 8 CCR 1532.1. The purpose of both standards is to protect construction workers
from exposure to lead. OSHA is primarily concerned with activities that disturb paints with any detectable
amounts of lead. Lead was used in most paints until the mid 1950s and was banned in amounts in excess of
0.06% by weight in 1978 for most non-industrial paints by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
The Cal/OSHA standard requires contractors and employers to notify the State of California Division of
Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) prior to disturbing greater than 100 square feet or 100 linear feet of
material containing lead greater than 0.5%, 5,000 parts per million (weight by weight), or 1.0 mg/cm2. The
Cal/OSHA standard also requires contractors and employers who perform paint removal activities to monitor their
employees to determine whether they are being exposed in excess of the action level of 30 micrograms per cubic
meter of air (g/m3) over an eight-hour time weighted average (TWA) or the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL)
of 50 g/m3 TWA. Monitoring is performed by personal air sampling.

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Even when concentrations are below the action level, an employer must provide employees with High Efficiency
Particulate Air (HEPA) filtered vacuums, wetting agents and hand-washing facilities. If the exposure exceeds the
action level or the PEL, other procedures such as containing the area, local exhaust ventilation, respiratory and
worker protection, worker training, decontamination facilities and medical monitoring are required.
OSHA has identified several work practices that pose varying levels of lead exposure to laborers disturbing leadcontaining paint. Estimated exposure levels of lead are founded on the activity itself, rather than the
concentrations of lead present in paint. Therefore, as an example, paint that contains 0.5% versus 15% of lead by
weight or 0.8 mg/cm2 versus 3.5 mg/cm2 of lead in paint could pose the same exposure levels to workers
depending on the activities that cause the disturbance and the administrative and engineering controls that are
followed.
The following is a summary of work activities that disturb paint, the expected exposure and the respiratory
protection requirements that result as outlined in the OSHA standards:
Activities
Class I activities include: Manual demolition, manual
scraping, manual sanding, heat gun applications, general
cleanup, power tool cleaning with dust collection systems
and spray painting activities
Class II activities include: Using lead-containing mortars,
lead burning, lead riveting, rivet busting, power tool
cleaning without dust collection systems, cleanup of dry
expendable abrasives and abrasive blasting
Class III activities include: Abrasive blasting, welding,
cutting and torch burning on steel structures

Potential Exposure

Minimum Respiratory Protection

50 g/m3 to 500 g/m3

Half mask air purifying respirator equipped


with HEPA filters having a protection factor
of 10

500 g/m3 to 2,500 g/m3

Full face powered air purifying respirators


equipped with HEPA filters having a
protection factor of 100

Greater than 2,500 g/m3

Full face supplied air respirator operated in


pressure demand mode or other positive
pressure mode (type C)

P ol ych l ori nat ed Bi phen y ls (P C B) S a m pl in g


ACC conducted sampling of caulking typically suspected to contain Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs). The
samples were delivered to EMSL, an independent accredited laboratory for analysis by the EPA 8082 Method.
Copies of the laboratory results are attached for reference.
PCBs are mixtures of synthetic organic chemicals with the same basic chemical structure and similar physical
properties ranging from oily liquids to waxy solids. Due to their non-flammability, chemical stability, high boiling
point and electrical insulating properties, PCBs were used in hundreds of industrial and commercial applications
including electrical, heat transfer, and hydraulic equipment; as plasticizers in paints, plastics and rubber products;
in pigments, dyes and carbonless copy paper and many other applications. More than 1.5 billion pounds of PCBs
were manufactured in the United States prior to cessation of production in 1977.
PCBs have been demonstrated to cause a variety of adverse health effects, including cancer in animals. PCBs
have also been shown to cause a number of serious non-cancer health effects in animals, including effects on the
immune system, reproductive system, nervous system, endocrine system and other health effects. Studies in
humans provide supportive evidence for potential carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic effects of PCBs. The
different health effects of PCBs may be interrelated, as alterations in one system may have significant
implications for the other systems of the body.
The proper identification and handling of PCB-contaminated equipment and wastes is critical to the prevention of

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future waste management problems. All equipment or waste containing PCBs should be properly labeled, alerting
people to the requirement for special handling procedures. While procedures may vary depending on the industry
or specific operation, as a general rule, any time there is a risk of contact with PCBs, appropriate protective
equipment should be worn to limit contact with the skin and eyes and to protect against inhalation of PCB fumes.
Such equipment may include plastic or rubber gloves, boots, overalls, aprons, face shields or self-contained
breathing apparatus. For workers cleaning up a major spill containing high concentrations of PCBs, a full suit of
non-porous material should be worn. Clothing that has become contaminated should be disposed of along with
other PCB wastes. PCB manufacture, use, storage and disposal are regulated by U.S. EPA under TSCA and Part
761, Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR Part 761). TSCA regulates any materials or wastes that
contain PCBs at concentrations of 50 ppm (parts per million) or greater. PCB wastes are also regulated as
hazardous waste by DTSC under the Health and Safety Code (HSC) and Title 22 of the California Code of
Regulations (22 CCR).
Criteria for determining PCB wastes are:
total threshold limit concentration (TTLC) of 50 ppm of PCBs, and/or
soluble threshold limit concentration (STLC) of 5 ppm of PCBs as oily liquid.
Summary of PCB Sampling Results

Building

Sample
No.

Material Description
Grey Caulking Around
Windows and on Expansion
Joints
Tan Caulk on Top of Roof
Seams

PCB
Concentration

Approximate
Quantity*

Removal Cost
Estimate

22,000 ppm

2,800 LF

$9,000

Roof Area

860 ppm

800 LF

$2,400

Material Location

Olson

PCB-1

Olson

PCB-2

Med Sci
1B

PCB-3

Roof Wells on Stucco

Roof Wells

17 ppm

N/A

$0

Olson

PCB-4

Grey Window Putty

Rooftop Windows

9.8 ppm

N/A

$0

PCB-5

Beige/Tan Caulk

Around Windows and


Louvers

None Detected

N/A

$0

PCB-6

Grey Caulk

On CMU Wall

39,000 ppm

20 LF

$500

Total

$11,900

Central
Plant
Fire/Poli
ce

Throughout Building

(ppm unless otherwise


noted)

Other Hazardous Materials


ACC quantified the number of mercury containing light tubes; suspect PCB-containing ballasts and Mercury
thermostat switches as part of the scope of work. These materials and the quantities indicated below should be
Included in the hazardous materials removal scope of work or handled by properly trained workers of the
demolition contractor and segregated into specific waste streams prior to disturbance by general demolition
activities.

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UC Davis DCM
November 2013
Page 17 of 18

Universal Waste/Other Hazardous Wastes

Estimated Quantity

Estimated Removal Costs

Florescent/Mercury Vapor Light Tubes

4,000 Each

$4,000

Suspect PCB-containing Light Ballasts in Building

2,000 Each

$8,000

275 Each

$1,000

Smoke Detectors

Limitations
ACC conducted the limited survey with the standard of care ordinarily exercised by qualified and reputable
members of the environmental/industrial hygiene profession based on conditions and practices observed at the
property and information provided to ACC related to the project and/or purpose of the survey at the time of the
investigation. The survey was limited to specific project areas and was not intended to identify all suspect
asbestos-containing materials within the building. Areas and materials not included in the survey should be
inspected and sampled prior to any renovation, maintenance, demolition or other activity that may cause
disturbance to the materials. This report does not intend to identify all hazards or unsafe practices, nor to indicate
that other hazards or unsafe conditions do not exist at the property.
ACC encountered the following inaccessible areas in addition to general concealed conditions (i.e. within wall
cavities, above/below solid ceilings or flooring/sub-flooring materials, etc.) and are excluded from the scope of
the survey. These areas should be inspected and any suspect materials and sampled accordingly prior to any
renovation, maintenance, demolition or other activity that may cause disturbance to the materials.
Inaccessible Areas
No inaccessible areas/equipment were identified within the provided project areas
Materials that would require intrusive or destructive sampling were generally not sampled as part of the project
unless written direction was provided to ACC to perform intrusive and/or destructive sampling on specific
building systems, the area was unoccupied at the time of the survey and by performing intrusive/destructive
sampling would not create an unsafe condition. Furthermore, ACC shall not be responsible for identifying and/or
sampling suspect materials concealed within walls, columns, beneath flooring, above solid ceilings, underground
or in any other concealed areas. ACC shall not be responsible for identification, sampling and/or characterization
of lead-containing materials, PCB and lighting/mercury wastes, and water or mold impacted materials. General
observations may be noted if ACC observed suspect conditions to the client either separately or within this report.
ACC excludes sampling concrete and asphalt paving as suspect asbestos-containing materials. Aggregate found in
these materials may contain asbestos if supplied from quarries located in known ultra-mafic areas. It is possible
that prior to recycling and/or disposal, recycling agents or landfills may require sampling of these materials to
determine the presence of asbestos prior to acceptance.
ACC excludes characterization of soils in areas on known ultramafic rock (where naturally occurring asbestos
may be found in soils) as part of the scope of work. If the project area is located within a known ultramafic rock
area, provisions should be made to address regulatory requirements for any planned excavation and grading as
part of the project. ACC can provide further detail on regulatory requirements related to naturally occurring
asbestos in soils.

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UC Davis DCM
November 2013
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Quantities identified may not represent entire quantities of each material in the building based on the scope of the
survey.
The analyzing laboratory quantifies asbestos concentrations by calibrated visual estimation using standard PLM
methodology, with detection of asbestos is material/matrix dependent. Detection of trace asbestos (<1%) may not
be reliable or reproducible by PLM and percentage of asbestos weight cannot be determined with standard PLM
methodology. Confirmation of asbestos concentrations within complex matrices (i.e. plaster, gypsum
wallboard/taping/joint compounds, stucco, resilient flooring, roofing) or when asbestos concentrations are 1% or
less may warrant additional analysis by PLM point counting, gravimetric reduction or Transmission Electron
Microscopy for proper characterization of asbestos-containing materials and/or waste-stream analysis.
This report is prepared for the express use of University of California at Davis, its agents and employees. The
information in this report or portions thereof may be required to be included in notifications to employees,
occupants, contractors, vendors or other visitors to the building. This report is not intended to be used as a
specification or work plan for removal of asbestos-containing or other hazardous materials identified in the report
or for any work suggested by the report.
Please contact me at (510) 638-8400 ext. 111, should you have any questions on the findings.
Sincerely,
ACC ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC.

Chris Yama, CAC, CHMM, LEED AP


Senior Project Manager
Cal-OSHA Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC #98-2356)
CDPH I-3814
CY/jpt
Attachments: Laboratory Reports

Final Report

Forensic Analytical Laboratories

Bulk Asbestos Analysis


(EPA Method 600/R-93-116, Visual Area Estimation)
ACC Environmental Consultants
Project Manager
7977 Capwell Dr., Suite 100

Client ID:
Report Number:
Date Received:
Date Analyzed:
Date Printed:
First Reported:

Oakland, CA 94621
Job ID/Site:

3028-066 - UC Davis Olson Hall, One Shields

Date(s) Collected:
Sample ID

Lab Number

PC-1-1
Layer: White/Black Plaster
Layer: Paint

11437681

ND
ND

ND
ND
Asbestos (ND)

11437684
ND
ND
ND

Total Composite Values of Fibrous Components:


Cellulose (40 %)
Fibrous Glass (10 %)
RM-2-2
Layer: Black Felt
Layer: Black Tar
Layer: White Foam

Asbestos (ND)

11437683

Total Composite Values of Fibrous Components:


Cellulose (Trace)
RM-2-1
Layer: Black Felt
Layer: Black Tar
Layer: White Foam

Asbestos (ND)

11437682

Total Composite Values of Fibrous Components:


Cellulose (Trace)
PC-1-3
Layer: White/Black Plaster
Layer: Paint

Percent in
Layer

1117
FALI Job ID:
Total Samples Submitted: 5
Total Samples Analyzed: 5
Asbestos
Percent in
Asbestos
Percent in
Type
Layer
Type
Layer

ND
ND

Total Composite Values of Fibrous Components:


Cellulose (Trace)
PC-1-2
Layer: White/Black Plaster
Layer: Paint

Asbestos
Type

1117
B183049
10/14/13
10/14/13
10/15/13
10/15/13

Asbestos (ND)

11437685

Total Composite Values of Fibrous Components:


Cellulose (40 %)
Fibrous Glass (10 %)

ND
ND
ND
Asbestos (ND)

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Report Number:
Date Printed:

Client Name: ACC Environmental Consultants


Sample ID

Lab Number

Asbestos
Type

Percent in
Layer

Asbestos
Type

Percent in
Layer

B183049
10/15/13

Asbestos
Type

Percent in
Layer

Tad Thrower, Laboratory Supervisor, Hayward Laboratory


Note: Limit of Quantification ('LOQ') = 1%. 'Trace' denotes the presence of asbestos below the LOQ. 'ND' = 'None Detected'.
Analytical results and reports are generated by Forensic Analytical Laboratories Inc. (FALI) at the request of and for the exclusive use of the person or entity (client) named on such
report. Results, reports or copies of same will not be released by FALI to any third party without prior written request from client. This report applies only to the sample(s) tested.
Supporting laboratory documentation is available upon request. This report must not be reproduced except in full, unless approved by FALI. The client is solely responsible for the
use and interpretation of test results and reports requested from FALI. Forensic Analytical Laboratories Inc. is not able to assess the degree of hazard resulting from materials
analyzed. FALI reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty (30) days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherwise specified. All samples were
received in acceptable condition unless otherwise noted.

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Report Number:
Date Printed:

Client Name: ACC Environmental Consultants


Sample ID

Lab Number

JC-4-1
Layer: White Drywall
Layer: Off-White Joint Compound
Layer: Off-White Tape
Layer: Off-White Joint Compound
Layer: Paint

11437680

Total Composite Values of Fibrous Components:


Cellulose (20 %)
Fibrous Glass (10 %)

Asbestos
Type

Percent in
Layer

Asbestos
Type

Percent in
Layer

B183048
10/15/13

Asbestos
Type

Percent in
Layer

ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
Asbestos (ND)

Tad Thrower, Laboratory Supervisor, Hayward Laboratory


Note: Limit of Quantification ('LOQ') = 1%. 'Trace' denotes the presence of asbestos below the LOQ. 'ND' = 'None Detected'.
Analytical results and reports are generated by Forensic Analytical Laboratories Inc. (FALI) at the request of and for the exclusive use of the person or entity (client) named on such
report. Results, reports or copies of same will not be released by FALI to any third party without prior written request from client. This report applies only to the sample(s) tested.
Supporting laboratory documentation is available upon request. This report must not be reproduced except in full, unless approved by FALI. The client is solely responsible for the
use and interpretation of test results and reports requested from FALI. Forensic Analytical Laboratories Inc. is not able to assess the degree of hazard resulting from materials
analyzed. FALI reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty (30) days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherwise specified. All samples were
received in acceptable condition unless otherwise noted.

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Final Report
Forensic Analytical Laboratories

Metals Analysis of Bulks


ACC Environmental Consultants
Project Manager
7977 Capwell Dr., Suite 100

Client ID:
Report Number:
Date Received:
Date Analyzed:
Date Printed:
First Reported:

Oakland, CA 94621
Job ID / Site: 3028-066.00, UC Davis, Olson Hall + Med Sci 1B
Date(s) Collected:

Sample Number
PT-2

1117
M143755
10/14/13
10/15/13
10/15/13
10/15/13

1117
FALI Job ID:
Total Samples Submitted: 1
Total Samples Analyzed: 1

Lab Number

Analyte

Result

Result
Units

Reporting
Limit*

Method
Reference

30661847

Pb

24

mg/kg

EPA 3050B/7420

* The Reporting Limit represents the lowest amount of analyte that the laboratory can confidently detect in the sample, and is not a
regulatory level. The Units for the Reporting Limit are the same as the Units for the Final Results.

Daniele Siu, Laboratory Supervisor, Hayward Laboratory


Analytical results and reports are generated by Forensic Analytical at the request of and for the exclusive use of the person or entity (client) named on such report. Results,
reports or copies of same will not be released by Forensic Analytical to any third party without prior written request from client. This report applies only to the sample(s)
tested. Supporting laboratory documentation is available upon request. This report must not be reproduced except in full, unless approved by Forensic Analytical. The client
is solely responsible for the use and interpretation of test results and reports requested from Forensic Analytical. Forensic Analytical is not able to assess the degree of hazard
resulting from materials analyzed. Forensic Analytical reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty (30) days, according to all state and federal
guidelines, unless otherwise specified. Any modifications that have been made to referenced test methods are documented in Forensic Analytical's Standard Operating
Procedures Manual. Sample results have not been blank corrected. Quality control and sample receipt condition were acceptable unless otherwise noted.
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Final Report
Forensic Analytical Laboratories

Metals Analysis of Paints


ACC Environmental Consultants
Project Manager
7977 Capwell Dr., Suite 100

Client ID:
Report Number:
Date Received:
Date Analyzed:
Date Printed:
First Reported:

Oakland, CA 94621
Job ID / Site: 3028-066.00, UC Davis, Olson Hall + Med Sci 1B
Date(s) Collected:

Sample Number
PT-1

1117
M143754
10/14/13
10/15/13
10/15/13
10/15/13

1117
FALI Job ID:
Total Samples Submitted: 1
Total Samples Analyzed: 1

Lab Number

Analyte

Result

Result
Units

Reporting
Limit*

Method
Reference

30661846

Pb

0.079

wt%

0.006

EPA 3050B/7420

* The Reporting Limit represents the lowest amount of analyte that the laboratory can confidently detect in the sample, and is not a
regulatory level. The Units for the Reporting Limit are the same as the Units for the Final Results.

Daniele Siu, Laboratory Supervisor, Hayward Laboratory


Analytical results and reports are generated by Forensic Analytical at the request of and for the exclusive use of the person or entity (client) named on such report. Results,
reports or copies of same will not be released by Forensic Analytical to any third party without prior written request from client. This report applies only to the sample(s)
tested. Supporting laboratory documentation is available upon request. This report must not be reproduced except in full, unless approved by Forensic Analytical. The client
is solely responsible for the use and interpretation of test results and reports requested from Forensic Analytical. Forensic Analytical is not able to assess the degree of hazard
resulting from materials analyzed. Forensic Analytical reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty (30) days, according to all state and federal
guidelines, unless otherwise specified. Any modifications that have been made to referenced test methods are documented in Forensic Analytical's Standard Operating
Procedures Manual. Sample results have not been blank corrected. Quality control and sample receipt condition were acceptable unless otherwise noted.
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Final Report

Forensic Analytical Laboratories

Bulk Asbestos Point Count Analysis


(NESHAP Final Rule, 40 CFR, Part 61)

ACC Environmental Consultants


Project Manager
7977 Capwell Dr., Suite 100

Client ID:
Report Number:
Date Received:
Date Analyzed:
Date Printed:

Oakland, CA 94621
Job ID/Site:

3028-067 - UC Davis, Olson Hall, One Shields

PLM Report Number: B184568

1117
N005877
11/19/13
11/22/13
11/22/13

1117
FALI Job ID:
Total Samples Submitted:
Total Samples Analyzed:

Sample Preparation and Analysis:


The NESHAP Final Rule does not define the preparation method for multi-layered samples. In order to determine the composite quantity of
asbestos, the volume percent of each layer is determined, the asbestos containing layers are analyzed by point counting and the composite quantity of
asbestos is calculated. The NESHAP Final Rule can not be applied to matrices that dissolve in refractive index liquid. This includes tar, mastic or
adhesive typically found on the back of floor tiles. According to the NESHAP Final Rule, point count data is only necessary when the visual estimate
of asbestos is below 10%.

Sample ID

Lab Number

Layer Description

JC-34-1

11452696

Composite of ALL Layers


White Drywall
Beige Joint Compound
Paint

Point Count Results:


Number of asbestos points counted:
Number of non-empty points:
Layer percentage of entire sample:
Percent asbestos in layer:
Asbestos type(s) detected:

0
400
100
<1
Chrysotile

Composite percentage of asbestos in entire sample: <1.0


Comment: Asbestos was detected but no points were counted due to counting criteria. Therefore quantitation deemed to
be < 1%.

Note: Point count results are reported to the nearest percent per EPA method.

Tad Thrower, Laboratory Supervisor, Hayward Laboratory


Note: Limit of Quantification (LOQ) = 1%. Trace denotes the presence of asbestos below the LOQ. ND = None Detected.
Analytical results and reports are generated by Forensic Analytical Laboratories Inc. (FALI) at the request of and for the exclusive use of the person or entity (client) named on such
report. Results, reports or copies of same will not be released by FALI to any third party without prior written request from client. This report applies only to the sample(s) tested.
Supporting laboratory documentation is available upon request. This report must not be reproduced except in full, unless approved by FALI. The client is solely responsible for the
use and interpretation of test results and reports requested from FALI. Forensic Analytical Laboratories Inc. is not able to assess the degree of hazard resulting from materials
analyzed. FALI reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty (30) days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherwise specified. All samples were
received in acceptable condition unless otherwise noted.

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Final Report
Forensic Analytical Laboratories

Metals Analysis of Bulks


ACC Environmental Consultants
Project Manager
7977 Capwell Dr., Suite 100

Client ID:
Report Number:
Date Received:
Date Analyzed:
Date Printed:
First Reported:

Oakland, CA 94621
Job ID / Site: 3028-067, UC Davis, Olson Hall, One Shields
Date(s) Collected:

1117
M144805
11/19/13
11/20/13
11/20/13
11/20/13

1117
FALI Job ID:
Total Samples Submitted: 6
Total Samples Analyzed: 6

Lab Number

Analyte

Result

Result
Units

Reporting
Limit*

Method
Reference

PT-1

30665380

Pb

10

mg/kg

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-2

30665381

Pb

530

mg/kg

30

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-6-2

30665382

Pb

39

mg/kg

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-9

30665383

Pb

<6

mg/kg

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-11

30665384

Pb

< 40

mg/kg

40

EPA 3050B/7420

55

mg/kg

EPA 3050B/7420

Sample Number

Comment:
PT-15

Insufficient sample size for repeatable analysis.


30665385

Pb

* The Reporting Limit represents the lowest amount of analyte that the laboratory can confidently detect in the sample, and is not a
regulatory level. The Units for the Reporting Limit are the same as the Units for the Final Results.

Daniele Siu, Laboratory Supervisor, Hayward Laboratory


Analytical results and reports are generated by Forensic Analytical at the request of and for the exclusive use of the person or entity (client) named on such report. Results,
reports or copies of same will not be released by Forensic Analytical to any third party without prior written request from client. This report applies only to the sample(s)
tested. Supporting laboratory documentation is available upon request. This report must not be reproduced except in full, unless approved by Forensic Analytical. The client
is solely responsible for the use and interpretation of test results and reports requested from Forensic Analytical. Forensic Analytical is not able to assess the degree of hazard
resulting from materials analyzed. Forensic Analytical reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty (30) days, according to all state and federal
guidelines, unless otherwise specified. Any modifications that have been made to referenced test methods are documented in Forensic Analytical's Standard Operating
Procedures Manual. Sample results have not been blank corrected. Quality control and sample receipt condition were acceptable unless otherwise noted.
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Final Report
Forensic Analytical Laboratories

Metals Analysis of Paints


ACC Environmental Consultants
Project Manager
7977 Capwell Dr., Suite 100

Client ID:
Report Number:
Date Received:
Date Analyzed:
Date Printed:
First Reported:

Oakland, CA 94621
Job ID / Site: 3028-067, UC Davis, Olson Hall, One Shields
Date(s) Collected:

1117
M144804
11/19/13
11/22/13
11/22/13
11/22/13

1117
FALI Job ID:
Total Samples Submitted: 13
Total Samples Analyzed: 13

Lab Number

Analyte

Result

Result
Units

Reporting
Limit*

Method
Reference

PT-3

30665367

Pb

0.46

wt%

0.03

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-4

30665368

Pb

0.39

wt%

0.02

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-5

30665369

Pb

0.013

wt%

0.007

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-6-1

30665370

Pb

0.035

wt%

0.006

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-4-1

30665371

Pb

< 0.007

wt%

0.007

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-7-2

30665372

Pb

0.63

wt%

0.03

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-8-1

30665373

Pb

0.83

wt%

0.07

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-8-2

30665374

Pb

0.47

wt%

0.04

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-10

30665375

Pb

0.63

wt%

0.03

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-12

30665376

Pb

< 0.007

wt%

0.007

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-13

30665377

Pb

0.50

wt%

0.03

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-14

30665378

Pb

0.72

wt%

0.04

EPA 3050B/7420

PT-16

30665379

Pb

< 0.006

wt%

0.006

EPA 3050B/7420

Sample Number

* The Reporting Limit represents the lowest amount of analyte that the laboratory can confidently detect in the sample, and is not a
regulatory level. The Units for the Reporting Limit are the same as the Units for the Final Results.

Daniele Siu, Laboratory Supervisor, Hayward Laboratory


Analytical results and reports are generated by Forensic Analytical at the request of and for the exclusive use of the person or entity (client) named on such report. Results,
reports or copies of same will not be released by Forensic Analytical to any third party without prior written request from client. This report applies only to the sample(s)
tested. Supporting laboratory documentation is available upon request. This report must not be reproduced except in full, unless approved by Forensic Analytical. The client
is solely responsible for the use and interpretation of test results and reports requested from Forensic Analytical. Forensic Analytical is not able to assess the degree of hazard
resulting from materials analyzed. Forensic Analytical reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty (30) days, according to all state and federal
guidelines, unless otherwise specified. Any modifications that have been made to referenced test methods are documented in Forensic Analytical's Standard Operating
Procedures Manual. Sample results have not been blank corrected. Quality control and sample receipt condition were acceptable unless otherwise noted.
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February 26, 2014


Ms. Debra Smith
University of California at Davis
Design & Construction Management
255 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
Re:

Transmitted electronically: dlsmith@ucdavis.edu

Comprehensive Hazardous Materials Survey for the Planned Renovation/Demolition Project


University of California at Davis. Haring Hall
One Shields Avenue, Davis, California
ACC Project No. 3028-068.00

Dear Ms. Smith:


Per your request, ACC Environmental Consultants, Inc. (ACC) performed a comprehensive asbestos and lead
paint survey of the above referenced site from January 13th 2014 through February 7th 2014. The survey of the
site was performed to identify suspect asbestos-containing building materials, loose & peeling lead-containing
paint, mercury light tubes, mercury thermostat switches, PCB-light ballasts, and PCB caulkings that may be
impacted during the planned Renovation/Demolition project. Common suspect asbestos-containing building
materials that may be impacted by typical renovation/demolition projects may include but are not limited to, the
following materials:

Roofing Materials
Reflective Paint
Boiler Insulation
Pipe Insulation, Elbows & Fittings
Duct Insulation
Mudded Duct Joints
Vibration/Expansion Joints
Asbestos-cement Piping/Flues
Flooring Materials and Associated Adhesive
Baseboard and Baseboard Adhesive
Carpet Adhesive
Leveling Compound
Wall Materials
Drywall and Joint Compound
Texturing Compound
Ceiling Tile
Plaster Walls/Ceilings
Above Ceiling Materials
Exterior Stucco

ACC conducted the survey of the building according to the scope of work as outlined in the proposal dated
December 8, 2013. Building components not associated with the planned Renovation/Demolition project were not
Northern California: 7977 Capwell Drive, Suite 100 Oakland, CA 94621 (510) 638-8400 Fax (510) 638-8404
Southern California: 1055 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1450, Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 353-1240 Fax (213) 353-1244

UC Davis Haring Hall; Comprehensive Hazardous Materials Survey


Ms. Debra Smith UCD Design & Construction Management
February 26, 2014
Page 2 of 19

sampled. Furthermore, lead sampling was conducted to identify suspect lead-containing coatings that may be
disturbed by project activities for the purpose of compliance with Cal-OSHAs Lead in Construction Standard and
is not intended to be a Lead Inspection or Lead Risk Assessment as defined by the California Department of
Public Health (CDPH).
ACC did not conduct destructive sampling (i.e. opening wall cavities, removal of sub-floor assemblies, etc.) and
as such, if any planned renovation, maintenance or demolition activities will impact concealed materials,
additional investigation and sampling should be conducted prior to disturbance of these systems.

Asbestos Bulk Sample Results


Mr. Chris Yama, a Certified Asbestos Consultant (#98-2356) with ACC, performed bulk sampling of suspect
asbestos-containing materials from January 13th 2014 through February 7th 2014. One hundred ninety two
samples of suspect materials were submitted for analysis. Copies of the laboratory results are attached.
The samples were delivered to Forensic Analytical Laboratories, of Hayward, California, an independent
laboratory that participates in the bulk sample proficiency analysis program conducted by the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and is accredited by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation
Program (NVLAP). The samples were analyzed using Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) with dispersion
staining to estimate percent composition by volume. Samples with less than 1% (<1%) asbestos are designated as
Trace asbestos. Samples with no observable asbestiform minerals are designated as no asbestos detected.
Summary of Asbestos Bulk Sample Results
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

RM-1-1

Membrane Roofing and


Remnant Tar

East Wing North and South

RM-2-1

Membrane Roofing and


Remnant Tar

Southwest Corner Roof

RM-3-1

Membrane Roofing and


Remnant Tar

Southwest Middle Roof

RM-4-1

Membrane Roofing and


Remnant Tar

Southwest Upper Roof

Results
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Felt: No Asbestos
Detected
Foam: No Asbestos
Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Foam: No Asbestos
Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Foam: No Asbestos
Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Felt: No Asbestos
Detected
Foam: No Asbestos
Detected

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

UC Davis Haring Hall; Comprehensive Hazardous Materials Survey


Ms. Debra Smith UCD Design & Construction Management
February 26, 2014
Page 3 of 19
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

RM-5-1

Membrane Roofing and


Remnant Tar

Northwest Middle Roof

RM-6-1

Membrane Roofing and


Remnant Tar

Northwest Lower Roof

RM-7-1 &
2

Membrane Roof over Builtup Roof

Northwest Upper Roof

JC-8-1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6,
&7

Gypsum Wallboard and


Taping Compound

Throughout Building

PL-9-1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6,
7

Plaster

Throughout Building

ES-10-1,
2, 3, 4, &
5

Exterior Stucco

West Wing North

Results
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Foam: No Asbestos
Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Felt: No Asbestos
Detected
Foam: No Asbestos
Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Silver Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Felt: No Asbestos
Detected
Drywall: No Asbestos
Detected
Joint Compound: 2%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
By PLM 400 Point
Count Analysis: <1.0%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Gray Plaster: No
Asbestos Detected
White Plaster: No
Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Gray Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Brown Cementitious:
No Asbestos Detected
Beige Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Non-Fibrous: Trace
(<1%) Chrysotile
Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
By PLM 400 Point
Count Analysis: <1.0%
Chrysotile Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

125,000 SF

Friable

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

2,200 SF

Category II

Class 2

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Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

MI-11-1,
2, 3, 4, 5,
6, & 7

Exterior Concrete and


Paint/Texture

Throughout Exterior

ES-12-1,
2, 3, 4, &
5

Exterior Stucco

Throughout Exterior

FA-13-1

9x9 Black Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive

Throughout Building

FA-14-1,
2, & 3

9x9 Tan Floor Tile and


Black Adhesive

Throughout Building

CT-15-1,
&2

1x1 Large Preformation


Ceiling Tile with Brown
Adhesive

Halls and Various Rooms

CT-16-1

2x2 Ceiling Tile

Room 1006

CT-17-1,
&2

1x1 Ceiling Tile with Small


Fissures and Brown
Adhesive

West Wing North

CT-18-1

1x1 Ceiling Tile with


Pinholes and Beige &
Brown Adhesive

Large Classroom

CM-19-1

Brown Ceiling Tile


Adhesive

Room 1310A

CM-20-1

Beige Ceiling Tile Adhesive

Room 1310A

Results
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Non-Fibrous: Trace
(<1%) Chrysotile
Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
By PLM 400 Point
Count Analysis: <1.0%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Tile: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Mastic: 5% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Tan Tile: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Black Mastic: No
Asbestos Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

4,500 SF

Category II

Class 2

79,400 SF

Category I

Class 2

4,300 SF

Category I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

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Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

CT-21-1

1x1 Ceiling Tile with


Fissures and Brown
Adhesive

Rooms 1016, 1014

CT-22-1

1x1 Ceiling Tile with Small


Fissures

Throughout Building

CT-23-1
&2

2x4 Ceiling Tile Large


Fissures

Throughout Building

CT-24-1

2x4 Ceiling Tile Small


Fissures

Throughout Building

CT-25-1

2x4 Solid Ceiling Tile on


Drywall

Room 1241 Lockers

CT-27-1
&2

1x1 Large Fissure Ceiling


Tile and Brown Adhesive

East Lobby

CT-28-1
&2

1x1 Fissured Ceiling Tile


and Brown Adhesive

West Wing South

MI-29-1,
2, & 3

Concrete Slab

Throughout Building

TI-30-1 &
2

Tank Insulation (new)

1st Floor Center Mechanical Room

TI-31-1,
2, & 3

Tank Insulation

1st Floor Center Mechanical Room

DI-32-1 &
2

HVAC Duct Insulation,


Fiberglass with Black Paper

Throughout Building

DI-33-1 &
2

HVAC Duct Insulation,


Silver Tar and Felt and
Cork

Throughout Building, Concealed


in some Locations.

DI-34-1,
2, & 3

HVAC Duct Insulation Air


Cell

Throughout Building, Concealed


in some Locations.

Results
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Drywall: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous Tile: No
Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Adhesive: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous Tile: No
Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Semi-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 10%
Chrysotile Asbestos;
10% Amosite Asbestos
Tan Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Yellow Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Black Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous Tar: 15%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Silver Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Fibrous: 80%
Chrysotile Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

350 SF

Friable

Class 1

N/Q

N/A

N/A

7,500 SF

Friable

Class 1

17,400 SF

Friable

Class 1

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Page 6 of 19
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

PI-35-1,
2, & 3

Pipe Insulation Hardpack

Throughout Building, Concealed


in some Locations.

PI-36-1,
2, & 3

Pipe Insulation, Black Tar


and Cork

Throughout Building, Concealed


in some Locations.

PE-37-1,
2, & 3

Pipe Elbows

Throughout Building, Concealed


in some Locations.

DB-38-1,
&2

Above Ceiling Debris

Throughout Building

DB-39-1
&2

Debris, Crawl Space

Throughout Crawl Space

DB-40-1
&2

Debris, Mechanical
Rooms

Throughout Building

WT-41-1,
2, 3

Wall Texture on Gypsum


Wallboard

Room 1227 B

TG-42-1
&2

Tile Grout for Tan Ceramic


Tile

Bathrooms and Labs

MI-43-1 &
2

Spaghetti Board and Felt

Central Wing East

CK-44-1
&2

Beige/Gray Caulking

Exterior Windows

SK-45-1

Brown Sink Undercoating

Room 2149

SK-46-1

White Sink Undercoating

Room 2152

SK-47-1

Black Sink Undercoating

Room 2170

Results
Semi-Fibrous: 10%
Chrysotile Asbestos;
10% Amosite Asbestos
Black Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: 80%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Beige Semi-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
White Semi-Fibrous:
7% Chrysotile
Asbestos;
15% Amosite Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous: 10%
Amosite Asbestos;
5% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous: 5%
Chrysotile Asbestos;
10% Amosite Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 7%
Chrysotile Asbestos;
10% Amosite Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Drywall: No Asbestos
Detected
Texture: No Asbestos
Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Ceramic Tile: No
Asbestos Detected
Gray Grout: No Asbestos
Detected
Off-White Grout: No
Asbestos Detected
Black Tar: No Asbestos
Detected
Black Felt: No Asbestos
Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 3%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Non-Fibrous: 2%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: 5%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: Trace
(<1%) Chrysotile
Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

35,400 LF

Friable

Class 1

9,400 LF

Friable

Class 1

2,500 Each

Friable

Class 1

33,700 SF

Friable

Class 1

74,700 SF

Friable

Class 1

12,900 SF

Friable

Class 1

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

22,500 LF

Category II

Class 2

50 Each

Category II

Class 2

44 Each

Category II

Class 2

370 Each

Category II

Class 2

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Sample
No.

Material Description

SK-48-1

Black Tar Paper Under


Sink

Room 1227C

MI-49-1

Gray Epoxy Flooring

Room 1131

MI-50-1

Freezer Insulation Cork


and Tar

Throughout Building

MI-51-1

Tan Epoxy Floor

Room 1322

MI-52-1 &
2

Brown Epoxy Floor

Room 1227C

MI-53-1,
2, & 3

Transite Sinks and


Air/Gas Boxes

Throughout Building

MI-54-1

Duct Mastic on Fume Vents

Room 1070

MI-55-1

Chalkboards

Throughout Building

TF-56-1

2 Diameter Asbestos
Cement (Transite) Flues

From First Floor through Roof,


Throughout Building

DI-57-1

Air Handler Duct


Insulation Fibrous.
Fiberglass Appearance

Roof

MI-58-1 &
2

Grout on Exterior Stone

East Entry

CK-59-1

Gray Caulking

West Wing New

MI-60-1

Gray Vinyl Lab Tabletop

Room 1047

MI-61-1 &
2

Gray Solid Lab Tabletop

Rooms 1097, 2116

MI-62-1 &
2

Black Laminate Thin Lab


Table

Throughout Building

MI-63-1,
2, 3, 4, 5,
&6

Black Solid Lab Tabletop

Throughout Building

Material Location

Results
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 10%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Silver Paint: No
Asbestos Detected
Cementitious Tar: 2%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 15%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Non-Fibrous:
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 7%
Chrysotile Asbestos;
3% Amosite Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous: 15%
Chrysotile Asbestos;
10% Crocidolite
Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous: 50%
Chrysotile Asbestos;
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Light Gray Non-Fibrous:
No Asbestos Detected
Gray Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Black Coating: No
Asbestos Detected
Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 15%
Chrysotile Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

3 Each

Category II

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

18,350 SF

Category II

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

1,230 Each

Category II

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

3,250 SF

Category II

Class 2

4,400 LF

Category II

Class 2

1,200 SF

Friable

Class 1

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

25,500 SF

Category II

Class 2

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February 26, 2014
Page 8 of 19
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

MI-64-1 &
2
CK-65-1
&2

Black Lab Table Top,


Thick Laminate
Gray Caulking at Interior
Windows

BA-66-1
&2

Brown/Beige Baseboard
Adhesive

Rooms 1310A, 2149

BA-67-1
&2

Brown Baseboard
Adhesive

Throughout Building

BA-68-1
&2

Beige Baseboard Adhesive

Hall 1st and 2nd Floors

BA-69-1

Yellow Baseboard
Adhesive

Room 1330F

LN-70-1
&2

Tan Marble Linoleum and


Yellow Adhesive

2nd Floor Store Lab Rooms 2125 and


2137

SV-71-1
&2

Green Pebble Pattern


Sheet Vinyl Flooring

Rooms 1139, 1342

FA-72-1
&2

12x12 Gray Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive

Room 2216

TG-73-1
&2

Tile Grout for Ceramic Floor


Tile

Room 2067, Bathroom Cen Wing

FA-74-1
&2

9x9 Brown Floor Tile and


Black Adhesive

Room 1024

FA-75-1
&2

12x12 Beige Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive, on
Wood

Large Classroom (Room 1310A)


and Hallway

LN-76-1
&2

Tan Marble Sheet Vinyl


Flooring with Black
Adhesive

Throughout Building

LN-77-1
&2

Tan Marble Linoleum over


Black Tar

Large Classroom Central Wing

Throughout Building
Rooms 2126, 2166

Results
Semi-Fibrous: 20%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Off-White Mastic: No
Asbestos Detected
Brown Mastic: No
Asbestos Detected
Yellow Mastic: No
Asbestos Detected
Non-Fibrous: No
Asbestos Detected
Mastic: Trace (<1%)
Chrysotile Asbestos
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Sheet Flooring: No
Asbestos Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Sheet Flooring: No
Asbestos Detected
Fibrous Backing: 70%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Tile: No Asbestos
Detected
Black Mastic: 3%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Ceramic Tile: No
Asbestos Detected
Grout: No Asbestos
Detected
Tile: No Asbestos
Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Yellow Mastic: No
Asbestos Detected
Tile: No Asbestos
Detected
Black Mastic: 2%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Sheet Flooring: No
Asbestos Detected
Mastic: 3% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Sheet Flooring: No
Asbestos Detected
Mastic: 3% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Cementitious Tar:
Trace (<1%) Chrysotile
Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

12,400 SF

Category II

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

11,900 LF

Category II

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

700 SF

Friable

Class 2

480 SF

Category I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

2,400 SF

Category I

Class 2

2,400 SF

Category I

Class 2

3,200 SF

Category I

Class 2

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Page 9 of 19
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

FA-78-1
&2

12x12 Green Floor Tile


and Yellow Adhesive

Room 1204

SV-79-1

Tan Pebble Sheet Vinyl


Flooring

Elevator

LN-80-1
&2

Tan Marble Linoleum over


Brown Epoxy

See MI-52 West Wing

SV-81-1
&2

Tan Pebble Sheet Vinyl


Flooring over 9x 9 Tile

Throughout Building

AD-82-1
&2

Black Mastic for 9x 9


Tiles

Throughout Building

FA-83-1
&2

12x12 Beige Floor Tile


and Yellow Adhesive

Rooms 1131, 1227

CA-84-1
&2

Yellow Carpet Adhesive

Rooms 1211, 1310A

FA-85-1,
2, & 3

12x12 Beige Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive

Throughout Building

LN-86-1
&2

Green Linoleum

Throughout Building

SV-87-1

Tan Pebble Sheet Vinyl


Flooring over Green
Linoleum

Room 1078

Results
Tile: No Asbestos
Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Sheet Flooring: No
Asbestos Detected
Fibrous Backing: No
Asbestos Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Sheet Flooring: No
Asbestos Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Sheet Flooring: No
Asbestos Detected
Fibrous Backing: No
Asbestos Detected
Tile: 5% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Mastic: 10% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Tile Debris: 5%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Black Mastic: 10%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Tile: No Asbestos
Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Tile: No Asbestos
Detected
Black Mastic: 5%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Sheet Flooring: No
Asbestos Detected
Woven: No Asbestos
Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Off-White Sheet Flooring:
No Asbestos Detected
Fibrous Backing: No
Asbestos Detected
Mastic: No Asbestos
Detected
Green Sheet Flooring:
No Asbestos Detected
Woven: No Asbestos
Detected

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

3,200 SF

Friable

Class 2

30,200 SF

Category II

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

34,100 SF

Category I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

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February 26, 2014
Page 10 of 19
Sample
No.

Material Description

Material Location

FA-88-1,
2, & 3

12x12 Beige Floor Tile


over 9x 9 Black Floor
Tile

Throughout Building

DT-89-1

Canvas Duct Tape

Throughout Building

MI-90-1,
2, 3, 4, 5,
6, & 7

Concrete and Paint/Texture


on Interior Stairwells

Throughout Building

FD-91

Fire Doors

Throughout Building

Results
Off-White Tile: No
Asbestos Detected
Yellow Mastic: No
Asbestos Detected
Black Tile: 5%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Black Mastic: 10%
Chrysotile Asbestos
Tan Tile: 7% Chrysotile
Asbestos
White Tape: No Asbestos
Detected
Cementitious: No
Asbestos Detected
Paint: No Asbestos
Detected
Assumed Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

NESHAPS
Category1

OSHA
Class2

22,600 SF

Category I

Class 2

N/Q

N/A

N/A

N/Q

N/A

N/A

325 Each

Friable

Class 2

Fume Hoods with


Throughout Building
Assumed Asbestos
225 Each
Category II
Class 2
Transite
Mastic and Felt around
MI-93
Freezer/Refrigeration
Throughout Building
Assumed Asbestos
8,000 SF
Category II
Class 2
Units
*Approximate quantities should be verified during any project planning as the building was occupied during the survey and ACC was
unable to perform a fully destructive investigation to identify all concealed conditions.
MI-92

EPAs NESHAPS regulations define categories of asbestos-containing materials (ACM) based on their potential of asbestos fiber release
when disturbed:

Friable - Any material containing more than 1 percent asbestos that, when dry, can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to
powder by hand pressure.

Category I Non-friable ACM (Cat 1 NF) - Asbestos-containing packings, gaskets, resilient floor covering and asphalt roofing
products containing more than 1 percent asbestos.

Category II Non-friable ACM (Cat II NF) - Any material, excluding Category I non-friable ACM containing more than 1 percent
asbestos as determined using the methods specified under AHERA, when dry, cannot be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to
powder by hand pressure.
2

OSHAs Asbestos in Construction Standard (Federal - 29 CFR 1910.126 and California 8 CCR 1529) define specific Classes of work
based on the risk of exposure to employees with the potential for disturbance of asbestos-containing materials. The classes of work are
defined as

Class 1 - Asbestos-related activities involving the removal of thermal systems insulation (TSI) and surfacing ACM or presumed
ACM.

Class 2 - Asbestos-related activities involving the removal of ACM which are not TSI or surfacing ACM.

Summary of Asbestos Materials


Building

Haring Hall

Material Description

Gypsum Wallboard
and Taping
Compound

Location Description

Throughout Building

Haring Hall
Exterior Stucco

West Wing North

Results
Drywall: No Asbestos Detected
Joint Compound: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
By PLM 400 Point Count Analysis:
<1.0% Chrysotile Asbestos
Gray Cementitious: No Asbestos
Detected
Brown Cementitious: No Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

Cost
Estimate

125,000
SF

$375,000

2,200 SF

$11,000

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Building

Material Description

Location Description

Results

Approx.
Quantity*

Cost
Estimate

4,500 SF

$22,500

79,400
SF

$160,000

4,300 SF

$8,600

350 SF

$1,000

7,500 SF

$37,500

17,400
SF

$87,500

35,400 LF

$354,000

9,400 LF

$50,000

2,500
Each

$25,000

33,700
SF

$33,700

74,700
SF

$150,000

12,900
SF

$13,000

22,500 LF

$45,000

Detected
Beige Cementitious: No Asbestos
Detected
Non-Fibrous: Trace (<1%) Chrysotile
Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos Detected

Haring Hall
Exterior Stucco

Haring Hall
Haring Hall

9x9 Black Floor Tile


and Black Adhesive
9x9 Tan Floor Tile
and Black Adhesive

Haring Hall
Haring Hall

Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall

Throughout Exterior

Throughout Building
Throughout Building

Tank Insulation

1st Floor Center


Mechanical Room

HVAC Duct Insulation,


Silver Tar and Felt
and Cork

Throughout Building,
Concealed in some
Locations.

HVAC Duct Insulation


Air Cell
Pipe Insulation
Hardpack
Pipe Insulation, Black
Tar and Cork

Throughout Building,
Concealed in some
Locations.
Throughout Building,
Concealed in some
Locations.
Throughout Building,
Concealed in some
Locations.

Haring Hall

Haring Hall

Pipe Elbows

Throughout Building,
Concealed in some
Locations.

Above Ceiling Debris

Throughout Building

Debris, Crawl Space

Throughout Crawl
Space

Debris, Mechanical
Rooms

Throughout Building

Beige/Gray Caulking

Exterior Windows

Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall

Brown Sink
Undercoating
White Sink
Undercoating
Black Sink
Undercoating

By PLM 400 Point Count Analysis:


<1.0% Chrysotile Asbestos
Cementitious: No Asbestos Detected
Non-Fibrous: Trace (<1%) Chrysotile
Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
By PLM 400 Point Count Analysis:
<1.0% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tile: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos
Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tan Tile: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos
Black Mastic: No Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 10% Chrysotile
Asbestos;
10% Amosite Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous Tar: 15% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Silver Non-Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
Fibrous: 80% Chrysotile Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous: 10% Chrysotile
Asbestos;
10% Amosite Asbestos
Black Tar: No Asbestos Detected
Fibrous: 80% Chrysotile Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Beige Semi-Fibrous: No Asbestos
Detected
White Semi-Fibrous: 7% Chrysotile
Asbestos;
15% Amosite Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous: 10% Amosite Asbestos;
5% Chrysotile Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos;
10% Amosite Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 7% Chrysotile Asbestos;
10% Amosite Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: No Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 3% Chrysotile Asbestos
Paint: No Asbestos Detected

Room 2149

Non-Fibrous: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

50 Each

$500

Room 2152

Non-Fibrous: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

44 Each

$500

Room 2170

Non-Fibrous: Trace (<1%) Chrysotile


Asbestos

370 Each

$1,000

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Building
Haring Hall

Material Description

Location Description

Black Tar Paper


Under Sink

Room 1227C

Freezer Insulation
Cork and Tar

Throughout Building

Transite Sinks and


Air/Gas Boxes

Throughout Building

Chalkboards

Throughout Building

2 Diameter Asbestos
Cement (Transite)
Flues
Air Handler Duct
Insulation Fibrous.
Fiberglass
Appearance
Black Solid Lab
Tabletop
Black Lab Table Top,
Thick Laminate

From First Floor


through Roof,
Throughout Building

Haring Hall

Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall

Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall
Haring Hall

Semi-Fibrous: 50% Chrysotile


Asbestos;
Fibrous: No Asbestos Detected

Throughout Building

Non-Fibrous: No Asbestos Detected


Semi-Fibrous: 15% Chrysotile Asbestos

Throughout Building

Semi-Fibrous: 20% Chrysotile Asbestos

Throughout Building

Green Pebble Pattern


Sheet Vinyl Flooring

Rooms 1139, 1342

Haring Hall
Haring Hall

Haring Hall

3 Each

$100

18,350
SF

$100,000

1,230
Each

$4,000

3,250 SF

$4,000

4,400 LF

$20,000

1,200 SF

$5,000

25,500
SF
12,400
SF

$12,000
$6,000

11,900 LF

$12,000

700 SF

$2,100

480 SF

$1,000

Large Classroom
(Room 1310A) and
Hallway

Yellow Mastic: No Asbestos Detected


Tile: No Asbestos Detected
Black Mastic: 2% Chrysotile Asbestos

2,400 SF

$5,000

Throughout Building

Sheet Flooring: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: 3% Chrysotile Asbestos

2,400 SF

$7,500

3,200 SF

$10,000

3,200 SF

$10,000

30,200
SF

$30,000

Large Classroom
Central Wing

Tan Pebble Sheet


Vinyl Flooring over
9x 9 Tile

Throughout Building
Throughout Building

Sheet Flooring: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: 3% Chrysotile Asbestos
Cementitious Tar: Trace (<1%)
Chrysotile Asbestos
Sheet Flooring: No Asbestos Detected
Fibrous Backing: No Asbestos Detected
Tile: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos
Mastic: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tile Debris: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos
Black Mastic: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos

Throughout Building

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Black Mastic: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos

34,100
SF

$70,000

12x12 Beige Floor


Tile over 9x 9 Black
Floor Tile

Throughout Building

Off-White Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Yellow Mastic: No Asbestos Detected
Black Tile: 5% Chrysotile Asbestos
Black Mastic: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Tan Tile: 7% Chrysotile Asbestos

22,600
SF

$75,000

Fire Doors

Throughout Building

Assumed Asbestos

325 Each

$2,000

Fume Hoods with


Transite

Throughout Building

Assumed Asbestos

225 Each

$4,000

Haring Hall

Haring Hall

Cost
Estimate

Tile: No Asbestos Detected


Black Mastic: 3% Chrysotile Asbestos

Tan Marble Linoleum


over Black Tar

Black Mastic for 9x


9 Tiles
12x12 Beige Floor
Tile and Black
Adhesive

Non-Fibrous: No Asbestos Detected


Mastic: Trace (<1%) Chrysotile
Asbestos
Sheet Flooring: No Asbestos Detected
Fibrous Backing: 70% Chrysotile
Asbestos

Approx.
Quantity*

Room 2216

Haring Hall

Haring Hall

Fibrous: No Asbestos Detected


Semi-Fibrous: 10% Chrysotile Asbestos
Silver Paint: No Asbestos Detected
Cementitious Tar: 2% Chrysotile
Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: No Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 15% Chrysotile Asbestos
Non-Fibrous: No Asbestos Detected
Semi-Fibrous: 7% Chrysotile Asbestos;
3% Amosite Asbestos
Semi-Fibrous: 15% Chrysotile
Asbestos;
10% Crocidolite Asbestos

Roof

Brown Baseboard
Adhesive

12x12 Gray Floor


Tile and Black
Adhesive
12x12 Beige Floor
Tile and Black
Adhesive, on Wood
Tan Marble Sheet
Vinyl Flooring with
Black Adhesive

Results

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Building
Haring Hall

Haring Hall
Haring Hall

Material Description
Mastic and Felt
around
Freezer/Refrigeration
Units
Underground Transite
Piping
Underground ACM
Friable Piping

Results

Approx.
Quantity*

Cost
Estimate

Assumed Asbestos

8,000 SF

$24,000

Assumed Asbestos

5,000 LF

$10,000

Assumed Asbestos

1,000 LF

$7,000

Total

$1,796,500

Location Description

Throughout Building
Below Grade Around
Building
Below Grade Around
Building

Asbestos Sampling Conclusions & Recommendations


Based on the sample results, the planned Renovation/Demolition project will impact asbestos-containing
materials. The final scope of work should be reviewed against the asbestos survey information. If asbestoscontaining materials will be disturbed during the projects, all work should be performed by licensed asbestos
abatement contractors working under standard asbestos program requirements.
A review of all other asbestos survey information available for the property in conjunction with these results
should be conducted prior to proceeding with project activities and when a change in the project scope is
developed. If suspect asbestos-containing materials will be impacted that are not addressed in this survey or in the
historical survey records, additional sampling should be conducted prior to disturbance. Historical records
(typically predating 1995) have limited value for project planning and should be verified with confirmatory
inspection and additional sampling as necessary prior to project planning.

Lead Sample Results


Mr. Chris Yama, a California Department of Public Health Lead Inspector/Assessor/Monitor (I/A/M-3814) with
ACC, collected twenty-six (26) bulk samples to establish lead-paint concentration for clean up and disposal
requirements. Samples with detectable amounts of lead must be properly removed and disposed of according to
local, state and federal regulations. Lead sampling was conducted to identify suspect lead-containing coatings that
may be disturbed by project activities for the purpose of compliance with Cal-OSHAs Lead in Construction
Standard and is not intended to be a Lead Inspection or Lead Risk Assessment as defined by the California
Department of Public Health.
The bulk samples were obtained from suspect lead-containing building materials identified at the building. Paint
sampling was limited to major paint colors on interior and exterior walls, including the predominant trim color
throughout the building and may not represent all accent or trim colors found at the property. Paint colors and/or
descriptions are identified based on the surface color observed by ACC at the time of the survey and does not
necessarily identify paint descriptions underlying the surface coat.
The samples were delivered to Forensic Analytical Laboratories, of Hayward, California; an independent
American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) accredited laboratory, for analysis. Samples were analyzed by
Atomic Absorption (AA) Spectroscopy in accordance with the EPA 3050B/7420 Method. The colors, locations,
and lead contents of these paints are listed below.
Summary of Lead Bulk Sample Results

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Sample
No.
PT-1
PT-2-1 & 2
PT-3
PT-4
PT-5-1

Material Description

Material Location

Lead Content
(ppm unless
otherwise noted)

Approximate
Quantity*

Tan Epoxy Floor

Room 1322

<7

4,900 SF

Tan/Brown Ceramic Wall Tile

Rooms 2067, 2116

<7

12,400 SF

Ceramic Floor Tile

Room 2067

<7

3,750 SF

Throughout

0.97 wt%

700 SF

0.031 wt%

900 SF

Brown and Beige Paint on Base


of Walls
Tan and Brown Paint on Exterior
Concrete Walls

PT-6

Tan Paint on Exterior Stucco

Southwest Exterior

140

Intact

PT-7

Tan Ceramic Wall Tile

2nd Floor West Wing

1,300

600 SF (area)

PT-8

Brown Epoxy Floor (Partially


Concealed)

West Wing

21

16,300 SF (area)

PT-9

Varnish on Wood Panels

Room 1108

<7

Intact

Green, White, & Beige Paint

Interior Concrete

0.44 wt%

1,500 SF

PT-11

Gray Epoxy Floor

Room 1131

<7

1,700 SF

PT-12

Beige/Brown Paint on Exterior


Stucco

West Wing North

0.11 wt%

Intact

PT-13

Beige/Tan Paint on Doors

Throughout

0.39 wt%

50 SF

PT-14

Green, Blue, Beige, White Paint on


Drywall

Throughout

<0.007 wt%

Intact

PT-15

Tan Paint on HVAC Equipment

Roof

0.052 wt%

100 SF

PT-16

Varnish on Wood Doors

Throughout

63

Intact

PT-17

Varnish on Wood Cabinets

Throughout

<7

Intact

PT-18

Gray Paint on Floor

Loading Dock, Room 1268

<0.006 wt%

50 SF

PT-10-1 &
2

PT-20-1 &
2

PT-21
PT-22
PT-23
PT-24

Green, Brown, Tan, White,


Beige, Blue Paint on Plaster

Throughout

0.98 wt%

1,900 SF

Beige Paint Inside Freezer

Room 1261

0.052 wt%

900 SF

Roof

<0.007 wt%

500 SF

Rails/Beams

0.24 wt%

Intact

Cabinets

0.23 wt%

Intact

Tan and Yellow Paint on Roof


Equipment
Silver and Other Color Paints on
Structural Steel
White/Beige Paint

Total

Cost Estimate

$1,400
$20,000

$1,200
$1,000

$18,000

$1,000

$500
$4,000

$1,350,000 if
manually
demolished for
renovation. $20,000
if demolished with
building
$1,000

$5,000
$1,000
$74,100-$1,404,100

*Quantity for paint reflects approximate area of loose & peeling only, not all painted surfaces

Of the twenty-six (26) samples collected, four (4) were reported to contain lead above 0.5%, 5,000 parts per
million (weight by weight), or 1.0 mg/cm2 which is the definition for lead based paint by the Environmental

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Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Of the twenty-six samples
collected, fourteen (14) were found to have detectable amounts of lead. The OSHA Lead in Construction Standard
requires the use of special work practices during the disturbance of paint with any detectable amounts of lead. See
OSHA Lead Regulation Summary below. Lead containing waste materials with a concentration greater than
0.1%, for total lead, is considered hazardous waste in the State of California. Lead containing waste materials with
a total lead concentration between 0.005% (50 ppm) and 0.10% (1000 ppm) must be re-analyzed using the waste
extraction test (WET) method to determine the soluble lead content for waste disposal requirements.
The EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting Final Rule (40 CFR 745) requires that renovations conducted for
compensation (where lead-based paint will be disturbed) in Target Housing or Child-Occupied facilities, must be
performed by Certified Firms using Certified Renovators following the requirements set forth in the regulation.
Contractors are also required to notify the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) prior to disturbing
greater than 100 square feet or l00 linear feet of material containing lead greater than 0.5% by weight, 5000 parts per
million (ppm) or 1.0 milligram per square centimeter (mg/cm2).

OSHA Lead Regulation Summary


The Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), has enacted a lead standard, which was
adopted by the Cal/OSHA as 8 CCR 1532.1. The purpose of both standards is to protect construction workers
from exposure to lead. OSHA is primarily concerned with activities that disturb paints with any detectable
amounts of lead. Lead was used in most paints until the mid 1950s and was banned in amounts in excess of
0.06% by weight in 1978 for most non-industrial paints by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
The Cal/OSHA standard requires contractors and employers to notify the State of California Division of
Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) prior to disturbing greater than 100 square feet or 100 linear feet of
material containing lead greater than 0.5%, 5,000 parts per million (weight by weight), or 1.0 mg/cm2. The
Cal/OSHA standard also requires contractors and employers who perform paint removal activities to monitor their
employees to determine whether they are being exposed in excess of the action level of 30 micrograms per cubic
meter of air (g/m3) over an eight-hour time weighted average (TWA) or the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL)
of 50 g/m3 TWA. Monitoring is performed by personal air sampling.
Even when concentrations are below the action level, an employer must provide employees with High Efficiency
Particulate Air (HEPA) filtered vacuums, wetting agents and hand-washing facilities. If the exposure exceeds the
action level or the PEL, other procedures such as containing the area, local exhaust ventilation, respiratory and
worker protection, worker training, decontamination facilities and medical monitoring are required.
OSHA has identified several work practices that pose varying levels of lead exposure to laborers disturbing leadcontaining paint. Estimated exposure levels of lead are founded on the activity itself, rather than the
concentrations of lead present in paint. Therefore, as an example, paint that contains 0.5% versus 15% of lead by
weight or 0.8 mg/cm2 versus 3.5 mg/cm2 of lead in paint could pose the same exposure levels to workers
depending on the activities that cause the disturbance and the administrative and engineering controls that are
followed.
The following is a summary of work activities that disturb paint, the expected exposure and the respiratory
protection requirements that result as outlined in the OSHA standards:
Activities
Class I activities include: Manual demolition, manual
scraping, manual sanding, heat gun applications, general
cleanup, power tool cleaning with dust collection systems

Potential Exposure
50 g/m3 to 500 g/m3

Minimum Respiratory Protection


Half mask air purifying respirator equipped
with HEPA filters having a protection factor
of 10

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Activities
and spray painting activities
Class II activities include: Using lead-containing mortars,
lead burning, lead riveting, rivet busting, power tool
cleaning without dust collection systems, cleanup of dry
expendable abrasives and abrasive blasting
Class III activities include: Abrasive blasting, welding,
cutting and torch burning on steel structures

Potential Exposure

Minimum Respiratory Protection

500 g/m3 to 2,500 g/m3

Full face powered air purifying respirators


equipped with HEPA filters having a
protection factor of 100

Greater than 2,500 g/m3

Full face supplied air respirator operated in


pressure demand mode or other positive
pressure mode (type C)

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB) Sampling


Mr. Chris Yama with ACC conducted sampling of caulkings typically suspected to contain Polychlorinated
Biphenyls (PCBs) on February 12, 2014. Three (3) samples were collected and delivered to EMSL Analytical, Inc.,
of San Leandro, California, an independent accredited laboratory for analysis by the EPA 8082 Method. Copies of
the laboratory results are attached for reference.
PCBs are mixtures of synthetic organic chemicals with the same basic chemical structure and similar physical
properties ranging from oily liquids to waxy solids. Due to their non-flammability, chemical stability, high boiling
point and electrical insulating properties, PCBs were used in hundreds of industrial and commercial applications
including electrical, heat transfer, and hydraulic equipment; as plasticizers in paints, plastics and rubber products;
in pigments, dyes and carbonless copy paper and many other applications. More than 1.5 billion pounds of PCBs
were manufactured in the United States prior to cessation of production in 1977.
PCBs have been demonstrated to cause a variety of adverse health effects, including cancer in animals. PCBs
have also been shown to cause a number of serious non-cancer health effects in animals, including effects on the
immune system, reproductive system, nervous system, endocrine system and other health effects. Studies in
humans provide supportive evidence for potential carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic effects of PCBs. The
different health effects of PCBs may be interrelated, as alterations in one system may have significant
implications for the other systems of the body.

Any single, unique, well-defined chemical compound in the PCB category is called a "Congener". The name of a
congener specifies the total number of chlorine substituents and the position of each chlorine. PCBs were
manufactured as a complex mixture of congeners, through progressive chlorination of batches of Biphenyl until a
certain target percentage of Chlorine by weight was achieved. Commercial mixtures with higher percentages of
Chlorine contained higher proportions of the more heavily chlorinated congeners, but all congeners could be
expected to be present at some level in all mixtures. Once released into the environment and subjected to
"weathering", or taken in by plants or animals and partially stored/metabolized/excreted, substantial changes in
the congener ratios occurred, and continue to occur. Thus, determination of the parent mixture(s) ultimately
resulting in a given environmental sample may be difficult or impossible. While PCB was manufactured and sold
under many names, the most common were the "Aroclor" series, in many of which a numerical identifier included
the percentage of Chlorine (e.g., "Aroclor 1254", with 54 percent Chlorine). Laboratory reports typically reflect
equivalent Aroclor series for each sample.
The proper identification and handling of PCB-contaminated equipment and wastes is critical to the prevention of
future waste management problems. All equipment or waste containing PCBs should be properly labeled, alerting
people to the requirement for special handling procedures. While procedures may vary depending on the industry
or specific operation, as a general rule, any time there is a risk of contact with PCBs, appropriate protective
equipment should be worn to limit contact with the skin and eyes and to protect against inhalation of PCB fumes.

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Such equipment may include plastic or rubber gloves, boots, overalls, aprons, face shields or self-contained
breathing apparatus. For workers cleaning up a major spill containing high concentrations of PCBs, a full suit of
non-porous material should be worn. Clothing that has become contaminated should be disposed of along with
other PCB wastes.
PCB manufacture, use, storage and disposal are regulated by U.S. EPA under TSCA and Part 761, Title 40 of the
Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR Part 761). TSCA regulates any materials or wastes that contain PCBs at
concentrations of 50 ppm (parts per million) or greater. PCB wastes are also regulated as hazardous waste by
DTSC under the Health and Safety Code (HSC) and Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations (22 CCR).
Criteria for determining PCB wastes are:

total threshold limit concentration (TTLC) of 50 ppm of PCBs, and/or


soluble threshold limit concentration (STLC) of 5 ppm of PCBs as oily liquid.
Summary of PCB Sampling Results
Sample
Number

Material Description

Sample Location

PCB Concentration

PCB-1

Beige/Gray/Olive Green Caulking

Perimeter of Exterior Windows

0.68 mg/kg (None Detected)

PCB-2

Gray Caulking

West Wing - New Windows

0.65 mg/kg (None Detected)

PCB-3

Gray Caulking

Interior Windows

0.76 mg/kg (None Detected)

Other Hazardous Materials


ACC quantified the number of mercury containing light tubes; suspect PCB-containing ballasts and Mercury
thermostat switches as part of the scope of work. These materials and the quantities indicated below should be
included in the hazardous materials removal scope of work or handled by properly trained workers of the
demolition contractor and segregated into specific waste streams prior to disturbance by general demolition
activities.
Estimated Quantity

Cost estimate

Florescent/Mercury Vapor Light Tubes (4equivalent)

7,900 Each

$8,000

Suspect PCB-containing Light Ballasts

3,950 Each

$20,000

300 Each

$900

Universal Waste/Other Hazardous Wastes

Mercury-containing Thermostat Switches


Lead Soundproofing Sheets

None Identified

Water/Mold Impacted Materials

2,500 SF

A/C Units

520 Each

Included above in wall and ceiling


demo
$3,000

90 Each Assumed

$3,000

Oil in Pumps and Elevators

50 Each

$2,000

Mercury in P-Traps

840 Each

$2,000

7 Each

$10,000-14,000

Total

$48,900-52,900

Freezers/ Refrigerators and CFCS

Transformers with Assumed PCBs

Limitations

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ACC conducted the limited survey with the standard of care ordinarily exercised by qualified and reputable
members of the environmental/industrial hygiene profession based on conditions and practices observed at the
property and information provided to ACC related to the project and/or purpose of the survey at the time of the
investigation. The survey was limited to specific project areas and was not intended to identify all suspect
asbestos-containing materials within the building. Areas and materials not included in the survey should be
inspected and sampled prior to any renovation, maintenance, demolition or other activity that may cause
disturbance to the materials. This report does not intend to identify all hazards or unsafe practices, nor to indicate
that other hazards or unsafe conditions do not exist at the property.
ACC encountered the following inaccessible areas in addition to general concealed conditions (i.e. within wall
cavities, above/below solid ceilings or flooring/sub-flooring materials, etc.) and are excluded from the scope of
the survey. These areas should be inspected and any suspect asbestos-containing materials sampled for the
presence of asbestos prior to any renovation, maintenance, demolition or other activity that may cause disturbance
to the materials.
Inaccessible Areas
No inaccessible areas/equipment were identified within the provided project areas
Materials that would require intrusive or destructive sampling were generally not sampled as part of the project
unless written direction was provided to ACC to perform intrusive and/or destructive sampling on specific
building systems, the area was unoccupied at the time of the survey and by performing intrusive/destructive
sampling would not create an unsafe condition. Furthermore, ACC shall not be responsible for identifying and/or
sampling suspect materials concealed within walls, columns, beneath flooring, above solid ceilings, underground
or in any other concealed areas. ACC shall not be responsible for identification, sampling and/or characterization
of water or mold impacted materials. General observations may be noted if ACC observed suspect conditions to
the client either separately or within this report.
ACC excludes sampling concrete and asphalt paving as suspect asbestos-containing materials. Aggregate found in
these materials may contain asbestos if supplied from quarries located in known ultra-mafic areas. It is possible
that prior to recycling and/or disposal, recycling agents or landfills may require sampling of these materials to
determine the presence of asbestos prior to acceptance.
ACC excludes characterization of soils in areas on known ultramafic rock (where naturally occurring asbestos
may be found in soils) as part of the scope of work. If the project area is located within a known ultramafic rock
area, provisions should be made to address regulatory requirements for any planned excavation and grading as
part of the project. ACC can provide further detail on regulatory requirements related to naturally occurring
asbestos in soils.
Quantities identified may not represent entire quantities of each material in the building based on the scope of the
survey.
The analyzing laboratory quantifies asbestos concentrations by calibrated visual estimation using standard PLM
methodology, with detection of asbestos is material/matrix dependent. Detection of trace asbestos (<1%) may not
be reliable or reproducible by PLM and percentage of asbestos weight cannot be determined with standard PLM
methodology. Confirmation of asbestos concentrations within complex matrices (i.e. plaster, gypsum
wallboard/taping/joint compounds, stucco, resilient flooring, roofing) or when asbestos concentrations are 1% or
less may warrant additional analysis by PLM point counting, gravimetric reduction or Transmission Electron
Microscopy for proper characterization of asbestos-containing materials and/or waste-stream analysis.

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This report is prepared for the express use of University of California at Davis, its agents and employees. The
information in this report or portions thereof may be required to be included in notifications to employees,
occupants, contractors, vendors or other visitors to the building. This report is not intended to be used as a
specification or work plan for removal of asbestos-containing or other hazardous materials identified in the report
or for any work suggested by the report.
Please contact me at (510) 638-8400 extension 111 if you have any questions.
Sincerely,
ACC ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC.

Chris Yama, CAC, CHMM, LEED AP


Senior Project Manager
Cal-OSHA Certified Asbestos Consultant #98-2356
California Department of Public Health Lead I/A/M #3814
/jpt
Attachments:

Laboratory Reports

DELTA DEVELOPMENT
Environmental Consulting

August 22, 2014

Mr. Fred Torres, Project Manager


Facilities, Mechanical / HVAC
University of California
One Shields Avenue
Davis, California 95616

Dear Mr. Torres:


Per your request, I have reviewed additional hazardous material (asbestos/lead) pre-job start and post
project close-out information you provided August 20, 2014. The aforementioned documents are
associated with Olson Hall HVAC System Upgrades, Phase II, in Room 0040, Basement Mechanical
Room (University Project Number 2503800). Two Rivers Demolition commenced site work associated
with the aforementioned project on June 16, 2014 and the University accepted said site work as complete
on June 20, 2014. Olson Hall is located on the UC Davis Campus, in Davis, California.
Deviations from University Asbestos and Lead Remediation specifications (Sections 028200 & 028300),
and the Contractors approved Work and Disposal Plans have complicated Project Close Out. This is due
in part to the Universitys pre-demolition activities which resulted in a lead dust release, and ultimately
changed the Contractors lead work classification from non-trigger task work to lead trigger task work.
The aforementioned deviations include but are not limited to the following: Pre-Job Start Submittals;
Contractors approved Work Plan (means & methods); Contractors approved waste disposal plans; and
University clearance criteria.
This letter identifies pre-job start and post-job completion submittal deficiencies and/or omissions related
to the Universitys Asbestos Remediation Specification (Section 028200) and Lead Remediation
Specification (Section 028300). Said deficiencies and/or omissions listed below must be corrected and
accepted by the Universitys prior to issuing the Contractor final payment. Also, please let me know if
additional documentation is needed to address mid-project modifications to requirements found in the
Universitys Asbestos and Lead Remediation Specifications, including lead clearance criteria and
asbestos / lead disposal.

Asbestos Pre-Job Start & Post Job Completion Submittal Deficiencies and/or Omissions:
1. One electronic copy of supplemental pre-job start submittals was provided. Contractor shall provide
required number of hard copies of project submittals per Section 028200, 1.5 Submittals, D.
2. Laboratory Qualifications: EMSL Analytical, Inc. of San Leandro, California is identified as the
Contractors asbestos laboratory, however, asbestos analysis reports have not been provided.
Contractor shall submit asbestos analysis reports.

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3203 Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-3203


11275 Sunrise Gold Circle, Suite Q Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Phone (916) 631-1400 Fax (916) 631-0200

DELTA DEVELOPMENT
Environmental Consulting

Mr. Fred Torres, Project Manager


UCD, Olson Hall HVAC System Upgrades
Room 0040, Basement Mechanical Room
University Project Number 2503800
Asbestos/Lead Removal Close-Out Documentation Review # 2
August 22, 2014
Page Two

3. A statement titled 3.15 Project Close-Out was provided on Two Rivers Demolitions letterhead,
and appears to contain information pertaining to both asbestos and lead Project Close-Out
documentation. Although Asbestos and Lead Project Close Out documentation may contain
some duplicate information, said information must be provided as two independent documents.
Contractor shall provide Asbestos Project Close Out information identified in Project Close-Out
Requirements, Section 028200 Asbestos Remediation Specification, 3.15. Close Out
documentation shall pertain to actual work performed, not proposed work, and clarify deviations
from project specifications and approved Work and Disposal Plans, including means and
methods, and waste packaging / transportation / disposal.
4. Contractors statement titled 3.15 Project Close-Out, which was provided on Two Rivers
Demolitions letterhead, states All asbestos was turned over to the University for disposal per
John Nichols of Delta Development. The aforementioned statement is false and must be
removed from the Contractors Close Out documentation. Neither John Nichols or Delta
Development directed the Contractor to deviate from the approved waste disposal plan.
Furthermore, Asbestos Project Close Out documentation should accurately reflect waste disposal
and any deviations from approved Exhibit 21 Asbestos Waste Disposal Plan.
5. Exhibit 22 Asbestos As-Built Summary is incomplete with regard to waste disposal and
transportation, and states See attached document Asbestos Waste. However, the
aforementioned Asbestos Waste document was not provided. Contractor shall provide waste
disposal and transportation information requested in Exhibit 22 Asbestos As-Built Summary,
Section 028200 Asbestos Remediation Specification.

Lead Pre-Job Start & Post Job Completion Submittal Deficiencies and/or Omissions:
1. One electronic copy of supplemental pre-job start submittals was provided. Contractor shall provide
required number of hard copies of project submittals per Section 028300, 1.5 Submittals, D.
2. Recycler weight tickets include slips from Sims Metal, however, Sims Metal is not the recycler
identified in the Contractors approved disposal plan. Additionally, recycler weight tickets
appear to include materials not associated with the Olson Hall project. Contractor shall clarify.
3. A statement titled 3.15 Project Close-Out was provided on Two Rivers Demolitions letterhead,
and appears to contain information pertaining to both asbestos and lead Project Close-Out
documentation. Although Asbestos and Lead Project Close Out documentation may contain
some duplicate information, said information must be provided as two independent documents.

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3203 Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-3203


11275 Sunrise Gold Circle, Suite Q Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Phone (916) 631-1400 Fax (916) 631-0200

DELTA DEVELOPMENT
Environmental Consulting

Mr. Fred Torres, Project Manager


UCD, Olson Hall HVAC System Upgrades
Room 0040, Basement Mechanical Room
University Project Number 2503800
Asbestos/Lead Removal Close-Out Documentation Review # 2
August 22, 2014
Page Three

Contractor shall provide Lead Project Close Out information identified in Project Close-Out
Requirements, Section 028300 Lead Remediation Specification, 3.15. Close Out documentation
shall pertain to actual work performed, not proposed work, and
clarify deviations from project specifications and approved Work and Disposal Plans, including
means and methods and waste handling. Identify all waste streams, and account for waste hazard
classification / packaging / transportation / disposal.
4. Contractors statement titled 3.15 Project Close-Out was provided on Two Rivers Demolitions
letterhead, and states Materials were hauled off by Two Rivers Demolition Inc. and transported
to Schnitzer Steel Products. Identify the materials hauled to Schnitzer Steel Products.
Additionally, transport vehicles observed on site were marked as Primoris Demolition, not Two
Rivers as stated in Project Close Out documentation. Contractor shall clarify.
5. Exhibit 25 Lead As-Built Summary is incomplete with regard to waste disposal and
transportation, and states See attached document Lead Waste. However, the aforementioned
Lead Waste document was not provided. Contractor shall provide waste disposal and
transportation information requested in Exhibit 25 Lead As-Built Summary, Section 028300 Lead
Remediation Specification. Be sure to account for all waste streams, including, but not limited to
dust, vacuum debris, decontamination materials and supplies, and personal protective equipment.

If you have questions regarding information included in this letter please contact me at (916) 631-1400.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve you.
Sincerely,

John M. Nichols
Certified Lead Consultant, 2839
Certified Asbestos Consultant, 92-0039

Cc:

Tom Emme, UCD


Cynthia Hongola, UCD

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3203 Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-3203


11275 Sunrise Gold Circle, Suite Q Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Phone (916) 631-1400 Fax (916) 631-0200

July 30, 2015

Project No.: 2505030.01.00

Scott Slayton, Project Manager


Design and Construction Management
University of California, Davis
255 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
RE:

Asbestos Air and Visual Clearance - Pass


Olson Hall Classroom Renovations Classroom 0101
198 Peter J Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Dear Mr. Slayton,


The following report is in regards to the completed air monitoring clearance sampling that was conducted
at the above listed address, in Olson Hall Classroom 0101 (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005). Prior to the
visual inspection and air clearance sampling being conducted by N.A.L., Allied Environmental, Inc.,
removed the asbestos containing Floor Tile, Mastic, and Transite Chalkboard materials from the work
area.
Denis Edwards, Certified Asbestos Consultant, for National Analytical Laboratories, Inc., completed the
air clearance sampling on July 29, 2015. Because the visual inspection showed no asbestos containing
construction materials (ACCM), asbestos debris, or any other impairment, Mr. Edwards proceeded with
the Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) air clearance sampling using 25mm cassettes.
The cassettes used had a Mixed Cellulose Ester membrane 0.8 m, micron pore size that is used
specifically for PCM sampling. The air monitoring cassette was calibrated with a Dwyer series VFB VisiFloat Flowmeter at 8.33 liters per minute (lpm). The air monitor operated for total of 150 minutes, for a
total cassette volume of 1249.50 liters. The total volume fell within the projected range of 400 to 1800
liters for PCM sampling. A total of two (2) samples were collected from the Center of Classroom 0101
and transported to MicroTest Laboratories, Inc., for analysis.
The average concentration for airborne fibers found in the two (2) samples was <0.002 f/cc. The
clearance result is below the Environmental Protection Agency
s (EPA
s) PCM clearance level of 0.01
f/cc. Laboratory analytical report and chain of custody form attached.
Classroom 0101 work area has been cleared for re-occupancy. Individuals may enter the Classroom
without any health or safety concerns in regards to the exposure of airborne asbestos fibers.
If you have any questions regarding this report or if we can be of further assistance, please contact our
office.
Reviewed and submitted by:

MULMSLNS

Anthony M. De Arcos
Certified Asbestos Consultant, DOSH #92-0261
35585

MicroTest Laboratories

Inc.

AIHA IHPAT # 160934


5150 Sunrise Blvd, Suite B-1
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
. Tel. (916) 567-980gFax: (916) 4-36-3603
E-mail:

mlcrotestlabsincepvahoo.com

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CLIENT:

2201 Francisco Drive, Ste 140-261


EI Dorado Hills, CA 95762
PROJECT:

Olson Hall

SAMPLES COLLECTEDBY:

Edwards

TYPE OF SAMPLE:

PCM Cassette x2

COLLECTION DATE:

7/29/2015

SUBMISSION DATE:

7/29/2015

ACCESSIONNUMBER:

41120-41121

TYPE OF ANALYSIS:

Phase Contrast Microscopy,

REPORTDATE:

7/30/2015

REPORTEDAND REVIEWED BY:

Rebecca Hutty, MicroTest Laboratories

NIOSH 7400 Method "A" Rules

Inc., Analyzed by: M. Nguyen

PHASE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY-NIOSH 7400


The "Samples" collected demonstrated
Sample #
3853-03AC
41120
3853-04AC
41121

Sample Description
Clearance Rm 101

Sample Type Total Volume

the following:

Fibers

Fields

Fibers/mm2

U.c.L.

LOD

fb/cc

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1250

<5.5

100

<7

<0.007

0.002

<0.002

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100

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N/A

N/A

Field Blank
,

*AII samples tested as submitted


information

to Microtest

Labs, Inc. We do not assume responsibility

for the accuracy of the

submitted.

*Any numerical value which calculates to be less than 0.01 fb/cc should be view as <0_01 fb/cc due to the inaccuracy of
the NIOSH 7400 Method (LOD 7fb/mm2).
*Comments

such as "Overloaded",

"Dirty", "Wet Filter", "Uneven disbursement

of Fibers" or "Torn Filter", ill~s.trate that

the analyst found discrepancies or problems with the sample and the results are not considered accurate.

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Ph: 916.361.0555 Fx: 916.361.0540
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National Analytical Laboratories, Inc.


Client#-Lot#

4373 / 741

Olson Hall (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005):

UC Davis Design & Construction Management

Date

7/30/2015

Classrooms 0101, 0105, 0118, 0125, 0141,


0163 & 0227

Sampling Date:

7/29/2015

Davis, CA 95616

Sampling Time

9:55:00 AM

Phone Number
FAX Number

Type of Work:

Contact

Scott Slayton

2505030

No. of Samples

E-Mail Address

Turnaround:

Num.

Sample ID#

Min.

LPM

Volume

Location/Description

3803-03AC

150

8.33

1249.5

Classroom 0101, Center of Room / Clearance

3803-04ACFB

PCM Clearance
2
Rush

Field Blank / 30 Second Cap Off

Chain of Custody Information


Released By Signature
Denis Edwards
Released By Signature

Date/
Time
072915
1640
Date/
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July 31, 2015

Project No.: 2505030.01.00

Scott Slayton, Project Manager


Design and Construction Management
University of California, Davis
255 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
RE:

Asbestos Air and Visual Clearance - Pass


Olson Hall Classroom Renovations Classrooms 0105 & 0227
198 Peter J Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Dear Mr. Slayton,


The following report is in regards to the completed air monitoring clearance sampling that was conducted
at the above listed address, in Olson Hall Classrooms 0105 & 0227 (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005). Prior
to the visual inspection and air clearance sampling being conducted by N.A.L., Allied Environmental, Inc.,
removed the asbestos containing materials from the work area.
Denis Edwards, Certified Asbestos Consultant, for National Analytical Laboratories, Inc., completed the
air clearance sampling on July 30, 2015. Because the visual inspection showed no asbestos containing
construction materials (ACCM), asbestos debris, or any other impairment, Mr. Edwards proceeded with
the Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) air clearance sampling using 25mm cassettes.
The cassettes used had a Mixed Cellulose Ester membrane 0.8 m, micron pore size that is used
specifically for PCM sampling. The air monitoring cassette was calibrated with a Dwyer series VFB VisiFloat Flowmeter at 6.48 liters per minute (lpm) in Classroom 0105, and 8.33 lpm in Classroom 0227. The
air monitor operated for total of 200 minutes in Classroom 0105, and 148 minutes in Classroom 0227 for
a total cassette volume of 1296 in Classroom 0105, and 1232.84 in Classroom 0227. The total volume of
both samples fell within the projected range of 400 to 1800 liters for PCM sampling. A total of two (2)
samples were collected from the Center of Classrooms 0105 and 0227 and were transported to
MicroTest Laboratories, Inc., for analysis.
The average concentration for airborne fibers found in the three (3) samples was <0.002 f/cc. The
clearance result is below the Environmental Protection Agency
s (EPA
s) PCM clearance level of 0.01
f/cc. Laboratory analytical report and chain of custody form attached.
Classroom 0105 and 0227 work areas have been cleared for re-occupancy. Individuals may enter
the Classrooms without any health or safety concerns in regards to the exposure of airborne asbestos
fibers.
If you have any questions regarding this report or if we can be of further assistance, please contact our
office.
Reviewed and submitted by:

MULMSLNS

Anthony M. De Arcos
Certified Asbestos Consultant, DOSH #92-0261
35596

MicroTest Laboratories

Inc.

AIHA IHPAT # 160934


5150 Sunrise Blvd, Suite B-1
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
. Tel. (916) 567-980S
Fax: (916) 436-3603
E-mail: mfcrotestlabsinctavahoo.com
NAL

CLIENT:

2201 Francisco Drive, Ste 140-261


EI Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Olson Hall

PROJECT:

CAAN 3853

SAMPLES COLLECTEDBY:

Edwards

TYPE OF SAMPLE:

PCM Cassette x3

COLLECTION DATE:

7/30/2015

SUBMISSION DATE:

7/30/2015

ACCESSIONNUMBER:

41167-41169

TYPE OF ANALYSIS:

Phase Contrast Microscopy,

REPORTDATE:

7/31/2015

REPORTEDAND REVIEWED BY:

Rebecca Hutty, MicroTest Laboratories Inc., Analyzed by: M. Nguyen

NIOSH 7400 Method (fA" Rules

PHASE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY-NIOSH 7400


The "Samples" collected demonstrated
Sample #

Sample Description

3853-05AC

Rm 0105 Center of

41167
3853-06AC
. 41168
3853-07AC
41169

Room
Rm 0227 Center of
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Sample Type Total Volume

Fibers

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100

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information

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Labs, Inc. We do not assume responsibility

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N/A

for the accuracy of the'

submitted.

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*Comments

such as "Overloaded",

"Dirty", "Wet Filter", "Uneven disbursement

of Fibers" or "Torn Filter", illustrate that

the analyst found discrepancies or problems with the sample and the results are not considered accurate.

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Login # 35596

NAL LOG-IN RECORD


Ph: 916.361.0555 Fx: 916.361.0540
Job Site/Job #:

National Analytical Laboratories, Inc.


Client#-Lot#

4373 / 743

Olson Hall (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005):

UC Davis Design & Construction Management

Date

7/31/2015

Classrooms 0101, 0105, 0118, 0125, 0141,


0163 & 0227

Sampling Date:

7/30/2015

Davis, CA 95616

Sampling Time

6:15:00 AM

Phone Number
FAX Number

Type of Work:

Contact

Scott Slayton

2505030

No. of Samples

E-Mail Address

Turnaround:

Num.

Sample ID#

Min.

LPM

Volume

3803-05AC

200

6.48

1296

3803-06AC

148

8.33

3803-07ACFB

PCM Clearance
3
Rush

Location/Description
Classroom 0105, Center of Room / Clearance

1232.84 Classroom 0227, Center of Room / Clearance


0

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Chain of Custody Information


Released By Signature
Denis Edwards
Released By Signature

Date/
Time
07/30/15
1615
Date/
Time

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Date/
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August 04, 2015

Project No.: 2505030.01.00

Scott Slayton, Project Manager


Design and Construction Management
University of California, Davis
255 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
RE:

Asbestos Air and Visual Clearance - Pass


Olson Hall Classroom Renovations Classroom 0118
198 Peter J Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Dear Mr. Slayton,


The following report is in regards to the completed air monitoring clearance sampling that was conducted
at the above listed address, in Olson Hall Classroom 0118 (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005). Prior to the
visual inspection and air clearance sampling being conducted by National Analytical Laboratories, Inc.
(N.A.L.), Allied Environmental, Inc., removed the asbestos containing materials from the work area.
Denis Edwards, Certified Asbestos Consultant for N.A.L., completed the air clearance sampling on
August 03, 2015. Because the visual inspection showed no asbestos containing construction materials
(ACCM), asbestos debris, or any other impairment, Mr. Edwards proceeded with the Phase Contrast
Microscopy (PCM) air clearance sampling using 25mm cassettes.
The cassettes used had a Mixed Cellulose Ester membrane 0.8 m, micron pore size that is used
specifically for PCM sampling. The air monitoring cassette was calibrated with a Dwyer series VFB VisiFloat Flowmeter at 8.33 liters per minute (lpm). The air monitor operated for total of 150 minutes, for a
total cassette volume of 1250 liters. The total volume fell within the projected range of 400 to 1800 liters
for PCM sampling. A total of two (2) samples were collected from the Center of Classroom 0118 and
transported to MicroTest Laboratories, Inc., for analysis.
The average concentration for airborne fibers found in the two (2) samples was <0.002 f/cc. The
clearance result is below the Environmental Protection Agency
s (EPA
s) PCM clearance level of 0.01
f/cc. Laboratory analytical report and chain of custody form attached.
Classroom 0118 work area has been cleared for re-occupancy. Individuals may enter the Classroom
without any health or safety concerns in regards to the exposure of airborne asbestos fibers.
If you have any questions regarding this report or if we can be of further assistance, please contact our
office.
Reviewed and submitted by:

MULMSLNS

Anthony M. De Arcos
Certified Asbestos Consultant, DOSH #92-0261
35608

MicroTest Laboratories

Inc.

AIHA IHPAT # 160934


5150 Sunrise Blvd, Suite B-1
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Tel. (916) 567-9808
.. Fax: (916) 436-3603
E-mail: microtestlabsinc@yahoo.com
NAL

CLIENT:

2201 Francisco Drive, Ste 140-261


EI Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Olson Hall

PROJECT:

CAAN 3853

SAMPLES COLLECTED BY:

Edwards

TYPE OF SAMPLE:

PCM Cassette x2

COLLECTION DATE:

8/3/2015

SUBMISSION DATE:

8/4/2015

ACCESSION NUMBER:

41387-41388

TYPE OF ANALYSIS:

Phase Contrast Microscopy,

REPORT DATE:

8/4/2015

REPORTEDAND REVIEWED BY:

Rebecca Hutty, MicroTest Laboratories

NIOSH 7400 Method "A" Rules

Inc., Analyzed by: M. Nguyen

PHASE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY-NIOSH 7400


The "Samples" collected demonstrated
Sample #
3853-10AC
41387

Sample Description
Room 0118 Center
of Room

Sample Type Total Volume

the following:

Fibers

Fields

Fibers/mm2

U.c.L.

LOD

fb/cc

Clearance

1250

<5.5

100

<7

<0.007

0.002

<0.002

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N/A

<5.5

100

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N/A

N/A

N/A

3853-11AC
41388

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*AII samples tested as submitted

to Microtest

Labs, Inc. We do not assume responsibility

for the accuracy of the

information submitted.
*Any numerical value which calculates to be less than 0.01 fb/cc should be view as <0.01 fb/cc due to the inaccuracy of
the NIOSH 7400 Method
*Comments

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such as "Overloaded",

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of Fibers" or "Torn Filter", illustrate that

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July 29, 2015

Project No.: 2505030.01.00

Scott Slayton, Project Manager


Design and Construction Management
University of California, Davis
255 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
RE:

Asbestos Air and Visual Clearance - Pass


Olson Hall Classroom Renovations Classroom 0125
198 Peter J Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Dear Mr. Slayton,


The following report is in regards to the completed air monitoring clearance sampling that was conducted
at the above listed address, in Olson Hall Classroom 0125 (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005). Prior to the
visual inspection and air clearance sampling being conducted by N.A.L., Allied Environmental, Inc.,
removed the asbestos containing Floor Tile, Mastic, and Transite Chalkboard materials from the work
area.
Denis Edwards, Certified Asbestos Consultant, for National Analytical Laboratories, Inc., completed the
air clearance sampling on July 28, 2015. Because the visual inspection showed no asbestos containing
construction materials (ACCM), asbestos debris, or any other impairment, Mr. Edwards proceeded with
the Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) air clearance sampling using 25mm cassettes.
The cassettes used had a Mixed Cellulose Ester membrane 0.8 m, micron pore size that is used
specifically for PCM sampling. The air monitoring cassette was calibrated with a Dwyer series VFB VisiFloat Flowmeter at 8.33 liters per minute (lpm). The air monitor operated for total of 151 minutes, for a
total cassette volume of 1257.83 liters. The total volume fell within the projected range of 400 to 1800
liters for PCM sampling. A total of two (2) samples were collected from the Center of Classroom 0163
and transported to MicroTest Laboratories, Inc., for analysis.
The average concentration for airborne fibers found in the two (2) samples was <0.002 f/cc. The
clearance result is below the Environmental Protection Agency
s (EPA
s) PCM clearance level of 0.01
f/cc. Laboratory analytical report and chain of custody form attached.
Classroom 0125 work area has been cleared for re-occupancy. Individuals may enter the Classroom
without any health or safety concerns in regards to the exposure of airborne asbestos fibers.
If you have any questions regarding this report or if we can be of further assistance, please contact our
office.
Reviewed and submitted by:

MULMSLNS

Anthony M. De Arcos
Certified Asbestos Consultant, DOSH #92-0261
35582

-~~~~~

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MicroTest Laboratories

Inc.

AIHA IHPAT # 160934


5150 Sunrise Blvd, Suite B-1
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
. Tel. (916) 567-98mr
Fax: (916) 436-3603
E-mail: mlcrotestlabstncravahoo.com
NAL

CLIENT:

2201 Francisco Drive, Ste 140-261


EI Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Olson Hall

PROJECT:

CAAN 3853

SAMPLES COLLECTEDBY:

Edwards

TYPE OF SAMPLE:

PCM Cassette x2

COLLECTION DATE:

7/28/2015

SUBMISSION DATE:

7/28/2015

ACCESSION NUMBER:

40955-40956

TYPE OF ANALYSIS:

Phase Contrast Microscopy,

REPORTDATE:

7/29/2015

REPORTEDAND REVIEWED BY:

Rebecca Hutty, MicroTest Laboratories Inc., Analyzed by: M. Nguyen

NIOSH 7400 Method "A" Rules

PHASE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY-NIOSH 7400


The "Samples" collected demonstrated
Sample #
3853-01AC

Sample Description

40956

Fields

Fibers/mm2

U.c.L.

LOD

fb/cc

Clearance

1258

<5.5

100

<7

<0.008

0.002

<0.002

Field Blank

Blank

N/A

<5.5

100

<7

N/A

N/A

N/A

*AII samples tested as submitted


information

Fibers

Room 0125

40955
3853-02AC

Sample Type Total Volume

the following:

to Microtest

Labs, Inc. We do not assume responsibility

for the accuracy of the

submitted.

*Any numerical value which calculates to be less than 0.01 fb/cc should be view as <0.01 fb/cc due to the inaccuracy of
the NIOSH 7400 Method (LOD 7fb/mm2).
*Comments

such as "Overloaded",

"Dirty", "Wet Filter", "Uneven disbursement

of Fibers" or "Torn Filter", illustrate that

the analyst found discrepancies or problems with the sample and the results are not considered accurate.

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1 of 1

Login # 35582

Ph: 916.361.0555 Fx: 916.361.0540


Job Site/Job #:

National Analytical Laboratories, Inc.


Client#-Lot#

4373 / 739

Olson Hall (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005):

UC Davis Design & Construction Management

Date

7/29/2015

Classrooms 0101, 0105, 0118, 0125, 0141,


0163 & 0227

Sampling Date:

7/28/2015

Davis, CA 95616

Sampling Time

8:30:00 AM

Phone Number
FAX Number

Type of Work:

Contact

Scott Slayton

2505030

E-Mail Address

No. of Samples
Turnaround:

Num.

Sample ID#

Min.

LPM

Volume

3803-01AC

151

8.33

1257.83 Classroom 0125, Center / Clearance

3803-02ACFB

PCM Clearance
2
Rush

Location/Description

Field Blank / 30 Second Cap Off

Chain of Custody Information


Released By Signature
Denis Edwards
Released By Signature

Date/
Time
07/28/15
15:20
Date/
Time

Received By Signature

Date/
Time

Received By Signature

Date/
Time

Due:
7/28/2015
At: 12:30

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Page

July 27, 2015

Project No.: 2505030.01.00

Scott Slayton, Project Manager


Design and Construction Management
University of California, Davis
255 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
RE:

Asbestos Air and Visual Clearance - Pass


Olson Hall Classroom Renovations Classroom 0163
198 Peter J Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Dear Mr. Slayton,


The following report is in regards to the completed air monitoring clearance sampling that was conducted
at the above listed address, in Olson Hall Classroom 0163 (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005). Prior to the
visual inspection and air clearance sampling being conducted by N.A.L., Allied Environmental, Inc.,
removed the asbestos containing materials from the work area.
Denis Edwards, Certified Asbestos Consultant, for National Analytical Laboratories, Inc., completed the
air clearance sampling on July 27, 2015. Because the visual inspection showed no asbestos containing
construction materials (ACCM), asbestos debris, or any other impairment, Mr. Edwards proceeded with
the Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) air clearance sampling using 25mm cassettes.
The cassettes used had a Mixed Cellulose Ester membrane 0.8 m, micron pore size that is used
specifically for PCM sampling. The air monitoring cassette was calibrated with a Dwyer series VFB VisiFloat Flowmeter at 10 liters per minute (lpm). The air monitor operated for total of 135 minutes, for a total
cassette volume of 1413 liters. The total volume fell within the projected range of 400 to 1800 liters for
PCM sampling. A total of two (2) samples were collected from the Center of Classroom 0163 and
transported to MicroTest Laboratories, Inc., for analysis.
The average concentration for airborne fibers found in the two (2) samples was <0.002 f/cc. The
clearance result is below the Environmental Protection Agency
s (EPA
s) PCM clearance level of 0.01
f/cc. Laboratory analytical report and chain of custody form attached.
Classroom 0163 work area has been cleared for re-occupancy. Individuals may enter the Classroom
without any health or safety concerns in regards to the exposure of airborne asbestos fibers.
If you have any questions regarding this report or if we can be of further assistance, please contact our
office.
Reviewed and submitted by:
MULMSLNS

Anthony M. De Arcos
Certified Asbestos Consultant, DOSH #92-0261

35578

Scott Slayton
UC Davis Design & Construction Management
225 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
Phone #
Fax #:
Attention:

Job Site:
Olson Hall (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005)
Classrooms 0101, 0105, 0118, 0125, 0141,
0163& 0227
Davis, CA 95616

Scott Slayton

Email:

Page:

1 of 1

Login #:

35578

Date Samples Taken:

7/27/2015

Date Report Submitted:

7/28/2015

NAL ID # / Lot #:

4373 / 738

Job Number
2505030

Lab Tracking #:

40809-40812

Total Samples:

PHASE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY ANALYTICAL CLEARANCE REPORT (PCM)

Samples ID #
Sample ID #: 3803-02A NAL ID: 4373-738-1
Location: Center of Classroom 0163
Description: Clearance
Sample ID #: 3803-FB NAL ID: 4373-738-2
Location:
Description: 30 Second Cap Off Field Blank

KEY:

Liters/Min Volume
10.47
1413
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MM2
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CC
<0.002

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<0.007

0/100

< 7.0

---

---

**TWA: Time Weighted Average per sample. Eight hour TWA summary is provided at the end of each month.
***INF: Sample not suitable for analysis. See sample description.

Analyst: M. Nguyen

Reviewed By:

Rebecca Hutty, MicroTest Laboratories, Inc.

Sample analyzed by Phase Contrast Microscopy in accordance with the N.I.O.S.H. 7400 Method utilizing the ACounting Rules.
*U.C.L. Refers to the 95% Upper Confidence Limit, that insures that the differences in measured concentrations between laboratories within
laboratories will be no higher than the U.C.L. This information is based in part on the volume of the air sampled and fibers counted.

National Analytical Laboratories, Inc. 2201 Francisco Dr. Ste.140-261, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Phone (916) 361-0555 Fax (916) 361-0540 Website www.NAL1.com

Page

1 of 1

Login # 35578

NAL LOG-IN RECORD


Ph: 916.361.0555 Fx: 916.361.0540
Job Site/Job #:

National Analytical Laboratories, Inc.


Client#-Lot#

4373 / 738

Olson Hall (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005):

UC Davis Design & Construction Management

Date

7/27/2015

Classrooms 0101, 0105, 0118, 0125, 0141,


0163 & 0227

Sampling Date:

7/27/2015

Davis, CA 95616

Sampling Time

Phone Number
FAX Number

Type of Work:

Contact

Scott Slayton

2505030

No. of Samples

E-Mail Address

Turnaround:

Num.

Sample ID#

Min.

LPM

Volume

3803-02A

135

10.47

1413

3803-FB

10

PCM Clearance
2
Rush

Location/Description
Center of Classroom 0163 / Clearance
Field Blank / 30 Second Cap Off

Chain of Custody Information


Released By Signature
Denis Edwards
Released By Signature

Date/
Time
07/27/15
1500
Date/
Time

Received By Signature

Date/
Time

Received By Signature

Date/
Time

Due:
7/27/2015
At:

MicroTest Laboratories

Inc.

AIHA IHPAT # 160934


5150 Sunrise Blvd, Suite B-1
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Tel. (916) 567-9808
Fax: (916) 436-3603
E-mail: mlcrotestlabsincrevahoc.com
NAL

CLIENT:

2201 Francisco Drive, Ste 140-261


EI Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Olson Hall

PROJECT:

CAAN#3803

SAMPLES COLLECTEDBY:

Edwards

TYPE OF SAMPLE:

PCM Cassette x4

COLLECTION DATE:

7/27/2015

SUBMISSION DATE:

7/27/2015

ACCESSIONNUMBER:

40809-40812

TYPE OF ANALYSIS:

Phase Contrast Microscopy,

REPORT DATE:

7/27/2015

REPORTEDAND REVIEWED BY:

Rebecca Hutty, MicroTest Laboratories

NIOSH 7400 Method itA" Rules

Inc., Analyzed by: M. Nguyen

PHASE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY-NIOSH 7400


The "Samples" collected demonstrated
Sample #

Sample Description

3803-01A

Outside Decon Unit

40809
3803-02A
40810
3803-03A
40811
FB
40812

Center of Room Rm
0163

Fibers

Fields

Fibers/mm2

u.c.i,

LOD

fb/cc

Area

714

25

100

32

0.026

0.003

0.017

Clearance

1413

<5.5

100

<7

<0.007

0.001

<0.002

Area

284

32

100

41

0.078

0.007

0.055

Blank

N/A

<5.5

100

<7

N/A

N/A

N/A

Rm 0163

Outside Decon Unit


Rm 0125 Hallway
Field Blank

* All samples tested as submitted


information

Sample Type Total Volume

the following:

to Microtest

Labs, Inc. We do not assume responsibility

for the accuracy of the

submitted.

-c

...

*Any numerical value which calculates to be less than 0.01 fb/cc should be view as <0.01 fb/cc due to the inaccuracy of
the NIOSH 7400 Method (LOD 7fb/mm2).
*Comments

such as "Overloaded",

"Dirty", "Wet Filter", "Uneven disbursement

of Fibers" or "Torn Filter", illustrate that

the analyst found discrepancies or problems with the sample and the results are not considered accurate.

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Address:

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Company:

Page

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"

August 03, 2015

Project No.: 2505030.01.00

Scott Slayton, Project Manager


Design and Construction Management
University of California, Davis
255 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618
RE:

Asbestos Air and Visual Clearance - Pass


Olson Hall Classroom Renovations Classroom 0228
198 Peter J Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Dear Mr. Slayton,


The following report is in regards to the completed air monitoring clearance sampling that was conducted
at the above listed address, in Olson Hall Classroom 0228 (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005). Prior to the
visual inspection and air clearance sampling being conducted by N.A.L., Allied Environmental, Inc.,
removed the asbestos containing materials from the work area.
Denis Edwards, Certified Asbestos Consultant, for National Analytical Laboratories, Inc., completed the
air clearance sampling on July 31, 2015. Because the visual inspection showed no asbestos containing
construction materials (ACCM), asbestos debris, or any other impairment, Mr. Edwards proceeded with
the Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) air clearance sampling using 25mm cassettes.
The cassettes used had a Mixed Cellulose Ester membrane 0.8 m, micron pore size that is used
specifically for PCM sampling. The air monitoring cassette was calibrated with a Dwyer series VFB VisiFloat Flowmeter at 10.47 liters per minute (lpm). The air monitor operated for total of 120 minutes, for a
total cassette volume of 1256.4 liters. The total volume fell within the projected range of 400 to 1800
liters for PCM sampling. A total of two (2) samples were collected from the Northeast Corner of
Classroom 0228 and shipped via FedEx to EMSL Analytical, Inc., for analysis.
The average concentration for airborne fibers found in the two (2) samples was <0.002 f/cc. The
clearance result is below the Environmental Protection Agency
s (EPA
s) PCM clearance level of 0.01
f/cc. Laboratory analytical report and chain of custody form attached.
Classroom 0228 work area has been cleared for re-occupancy. Individuals may enter the Classroom
without any health or safety concerns in regards to the exposure of airborne asbestos fibers.
If you have any questions regarding this report or if we can be of further assistance, please contact our
office.
Reviewed and submitted by:
MULMSLNS

Anthony M. De Arcos
Certified Asbestos Consultant, DOSH #92-0261

35600

EMSL Order:
CustomerID:
CustomerPO:
ProjectID:

EMSL Analytical, Inc.


200 Route 130 North, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077
Phone/Fax:
(800) 220-3675 / (856) 786-5974
http://www.EMSL.com
cinnasblab@EMSL.com

Attn:

Phone:
Fax:
Received:
Analysis Date:
Collected:

National Analytical Laboratories (NAL)


2201 Francisco Dr.
Ste. 140-261
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

Project:

041522952
NAL51

(916) 361-0555
(916) 361-0540
08/01/15 12:00 PM
8/1/2015

Edwards / Olson Hall / CAAN 3853

Test Report: Fiber Count by Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM), NIOSH 7400 Method,
Revision 3, Issue 2, 8/15/94

Sample
3853-8AC
041522952-0001

3853-9AC

Location

Sample Date

Clearance Rm 0228 NE
Corner
Field Blank

Volume
(liters) Fibers Fields
1256.00

<5.5

100

<5.5

100

LOD
(fib/cc)
0.002

Fibers/
mm
<7.01

Fibers/
cc
Notes
<0.002

Field Blank

<7.01

041522952-0002

The results reported have been blank corrected as applicable.

Analyst(s)
Dave Poitras (2)

Benjamin Ellis, Laboratory Manager


or other approved signatory

Limit of detection is 7 fibers/mm. Intra-laboratory Sr values: 5-20 fibers = 0.31, 21-50 fibers = 0.30, 51-100 fibers = 0.25. Inter-laboratory Sr values (Average of EMSL round robin data) = 0.29. EMSL
maintains liability limited to cost of analysis. This report relates only to the samples reported above and may not be reproduced, except in full, without written approval by EMSL. EMSL bears no
responsibility for sample collection activities or analytical method limitations. Interpretation and use of test results are the responsibility of the client. EMSL is not responsible for data reported in fibers/cc,
which is dependent on volume collected by non-laboratory personnel. Results have been blank corrected as applicable. The results in this report meet all requirements of the NELAC standards unless
otherwise noted. Samples received in good condition unless otherwise noted.
Samples analyzed by EMSL Analytical, Inc. Cinnaminson, NJ NYS ELAP 10872, AIHA-LAP, LLC--IHLAP Accredited #100194, NJ DEP 03036, PA ID# 68-00367

Initial report from 08/01/2015 15:30:13


Test Report PCM-7.22.0 Printed: 8/1/2015 3:30:15 PM

THIS IS THE LAST PAGE OF THE REPORT.

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1 of 1

Login # 35600

Ph: 916.361.0555 Fx: 916.361.0540


Job Site/Job #:

National Analytical Laboratories, Inc.


Client#-Lot#

4373 / 745

Olson Hall (CAAN #3803; Zone #C005):

UC Davis Design & Construction Management

Date

Classrooms 0101, 0105, 0118, 0125, 0141,


0163 & 0227

Sampling Date:

Davis, CA 95616

Sampling Time

Phone Number
FAX Number

Type of Work:

Contact

Scott Slayton

2505030

E-Mail Address

No. of Samples
Turnaround:

Num.

Sample ID#

Min.

LPM

Volume

Location/Description

3803-8AC

120

10.47

1256.4

Classroom 0228, Northeast Corner / Clearance

3803-9AC

8/3/2015
7/31/2015

PCM Clearance
2
Rush

Field Blank / 30 Second Cap Off

Chain of Custody Information


Released By Signature
Denis Edwards
Released By Signature

Date/
Time
07/31/15
1645
Date/
Time

Received By Signature

Date/
Time

Received By Signature

Date/
Time

Due:
7/31/2015
At:

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Asbestos & Lead Building


Inspection Report For:

Wellman Hall
Room 0027
CAAN #4050 ZONE #B042
Davis, CA

Presented To:

Astrid Senger-Gibbons
UC Davis - Design & Construction Management
225 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618

By:

Anthony M. De Arcos
Certified Asbestos Consultant
National Analytical Laboratories, Inc.
(916) 361-0555 Fax: (916) 361-0540
E-Mail: NAL1@NAL1.com Web Page: www.NAL1.com

July 11, 2013

Astrid Senger-Gibbons
UC Davis - Design & Construction Management
225 Cousteau Place
Davis, CA 95618

RE: Asbestos & Lead Inspection Wellman Hall-Room 0027

Dear Ms. Senger-Gibbons,


The following report is in regards to the building inspection completed at the Wellman Hall located at CAAN
#4050 ZONE #B042, in Davis, California. Of the three (3) suspected asbestos containing samples collected two (2)
were found to contain asbestos containing construction materials (ACCM). Of the three (3) suspected lead
containing samples collected one (1) was found to contain Lead Containing Material (LCM). Anthony M. De
Arcos, Certified Asbestos Consultant and Registered Environmental Property Assessor (REPA), conducted the
inspection.
The inspection was completed on July 9, 2013. The inspection was completed according to the EPAs Asbestos
Containing Building Materials (ACBM) In-Schools Rule; 40 CFR 763.85 (Inspection and Re-Inspection).
Currently, EPA regulations classify ACBM as materials containing more that 1-percent (1%) of asbestos. CalOSHA currently regulates asbestos to 1/10th of 1% (0.1%) and requires that a certified asbestos worker conduct this
work.
Based on the sample results the Texture (Sheetrock-Joint Compound is to be considered homogeneous) were found
to contain ACCM. All square footage should be verified by contractor. No destructive sampling was conducted
during the site visit, in the event that future renovation and/or demolition work reveals any unforeseen suspect
materials; the contractor shall contact the project manager for further testing.
The lead suspect samples were collected according to the Housing Urban Development (HUD) Guidelines, the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Public Health Department (formally DHS), who regulate
and require the abatement or in-place management of LCM hazards equal to or greater than 1.0 milligram per
square centimeter (1.0 mg/cm2) of lead or more than 0.5% lead by weight. The following regulation shall be
adhered to because OSHA considers all surfaces to contain lead: OSHAs 29 CFR 1926.62, California
Occupational Safety and Health Standard, Title 8 (Cal/OSHA 8 CCR 1532.1).
The samples from the Multi-Colored Paint surfaces were found to contain LCM levels above the OSHA Limit of
Detection. Thus, a certified CPHD (formerly DHS) lead worker and individuals certified by EPA, with Renovator,
Repair and Painting (RRP) designation, must complete any work that will disturb the painted surfaces at the site
including prep, in-place management, and/or abatement.

33047

Wellman Hall
CAAN #4050 ZONE #B042, Davis, CA
July 11, 2013
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EMSL Analytical, Inc. (EMSL) in Carle Place, New York, analyzed the bulk suspect asbestos containing samples
utilizing Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) Method and utilizing the SW-846-3050B*/7000B method analyzed the
suspect LCM samples. National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) Certification #10148-10
and California Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (CAELAP) Certification #2339, certifies EMSL.
SECTION I: ASBESTOS BUILDING INSPECTIONFederal and state regulations require that anyone disturbing asbestos containing materials are properly trained
certified and have the required respiratory protection and medical surveillance.
Although not all the rooms or materials throughout the site were sampled, the like materials that were not tested
will be treated as homogeneous to the materials that were tested and will be considered as containing ACCM.
The location and results of suspect samples found to contain ACCM are as follows:
Sample ID#
4050-2
4050-3

Material
Texture
Sheetrock-Joint Compound

Location
Rm 0027, N. Wall
Rm 0027, NW Corner

Condition
PT CT <0.25%
Homogeneous
Material

Results
*Trace,<1% Chrysotile
Homogeneous Material

Based on the regulatory requirements by the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP),
Regulation 40 CFR, Part 61, Subpart M the following must occur If the asbestos content is less than 10 percent,
verification shall be made using the point counting method specified in Appendix A, Subpart F, 40 CFR Part 763,
Section 1.7.2.4, Polarized Light Microscopy, Qualification of Asbestos Content.
Samples found to contain a Trace, <1% amount of Chrysotile asbestos were re-analyzed utilizing the EPA 600/M482-020, Point Count Method to determine if the amount of ACCM is less than or greater than 1%. The results for
the Material sample were found to contain <0.25% asbestos. Based on the results the surface materials will be
treated to contain a Trace <1% Chrysotile asbestos containing construction material (ACCM).
Although neither EPA nor Local County Air Quality regulates materials at <1% level, it does fall under the
jurisdiction of OSHA in regards to worker protection. OSHA regulates the material at 1/10th of 1% [8 CCR-1529
(r) (1) Asbestos Containing Construction Material (ACCM)]. Based on this, the work must be completed by a
certified asbestos contractor. The CONTRACTOR shall be required to call the landfill to verify that they will
accept the waste as general construction debris. If the landfill does not accept the material as general construction
debris, the material shall be REQUIRED to be disposed of as non-friable/non-hazardous material.
The Sheetrock-Joint Compound is to be considered homogeneous and treated as containing Trace <1% Chrysotile.
A certified asbestos abatement contractor must be retained to remove the above materials containing the Trace
(<1%) amount prior to any renovation or demolition work being completed at the site. During the removal of the
materials, the debris will be placed into an open top waste bin. The bin will have ''Asbestos Hazard'' signs posted
around the perimeter of the waste bin. Upon completion of the removal process, the bin will be covered, the signs
will be removed and the debris will be disposed of as general construction debris at a non-regulated waste facility.
NAL recommends that a certified asbestos abatement contractor be retained to remove trace materials prior to any
scheduled renovation/demolition work being completed at the site. Prior to the work process starting a work plan
or specifications in regards to the abatement process should be completed and distributed to the abatement
contractors during the job walk at the site.

33047/33048

Wellman Hall
CAAN #4050 ZONE #B042, Davis, CA
July 11, 2013
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On-Site Observation should be conducted by N.A.Ls Certified Asbestos Consultant or Certified Site Surveillance
Technician to verify that the work plan/specification is being followed. This will verify that during the abatement
work the outside air was clean. Once a certified asbestos contractor has removed the ACCM, following EPA and
OSHA requirements; a visual inspection and air clearance sampling should be completed. Clearances will confirm
that the general contractor can reoccupy the work area(s), without concern for exposure to asbestos airborne fibers
to their employees thus allowing the renovation or demolition work to be completed by the general contractor.
The following samples were non-asbestos containing materials:
Sample ID#
4050-1

Material
2x4 White Acoustical Ceiling Tile

Location
Rm 0027, W. Side Ceiling,

Results
None Detected

SECTION II: LEAD BUILDING INSPECTIONSince the laboratory results are reported by weight percent, during the collection of the suspect LCM samples the
paint must be removed down to, but not including, the bare substrate (wood, metal, etc.). Inclusion of the any
amount of the substrate material in the paint sample will dilute the sample result(s).
Once the determination is made on where the LCM is located, the In-place Management or the Abatement of the
LCM can commence. If the In-Place Management method is to be used, prior to the repainting of the effected
surface areas, the loose flaky paint must be removed until the remaining paint adheres smoothly to the substrate.
Once this task is completed, the surface area can be repainted without the possibility of paint being dislodged and
falling to the floor or ground areas. If the Abatement method of all surfaces is to be completed, then the debris and
any loose flaky paint must be bagged or burrito wrapped prior to the removal of the debris from the work area(s)
and subsequently the site. Because the paint samples listed below were found to contain LCM, all areas where the
LCM will be disturbed will require abatement, encapsulation, and/or prep work by a certified lead worker.
Although not all the rooms or materials were sampled, the like materials that were tested and their results will be
treated as homogeneous and the materials will be treated as containing LCM throughout the site.
The locations and results of the suspect samples found to be LCM are as follows:
Sample ID#
4050-3L

33047/33048

Material
Multi-Colored Paint

Location
Various Sheetrock Walls

Condition
Good

Concentration
% By Weight
0.3%-LCM

Wellman Hall
CAAN #4050 ZONE #B042, Davis, CA
July 11, 2013
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Prior to the demolition work being completed and/or the transporting of the debris from the site, Health and Safety
Code 25157.8 (AB 2784 National Resources) requires that all lead debris be sampled for Waste Characterization.
This will assist the Contractor in making a determination of whether or not the material is to be considered
Hazardous or Non-Hazardous Lead waste or general construction debris. The sequence of testing to be completed
by the Contractor is as follows:
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i
i
i
i

Total Threshold Limit concentration (TTLC) with a result of 50 mg/kg or more but less than 1,000 mg/kg
of lead must be retested using the Soluble Threshold Limit concentration (STLC) method;
A STLC result of 5.0 mg/L or greater is considered California Hazardous Waste;
Total Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) testing shall only be accomplished when approved by the
Owners Representative; This procedure shall be generally reserved for out-of-state shipments; and A TCLP
result of 5.0 mg/L or more deems the waste Federal RCRA materials; and
The California hazardous waste threshold for total lead using STLC is 5 mg/L and
Lead paint that is intact on a surface does not permit the material to be classed as non-hazardous. Waste
profiling shall be accomplished if the paint contains more than 350 ppm by Flame AAS. Exception:
Metals that are coated with paint are to be recycled.

The following painted surfaces were found to be less than (<) the OSHAs Limit of Detection for LCM:
Sample ID#
4050-1L
4050-2L

Material
Brown/Tan/White Paint
Brown/Tan Paint

Location
Rm 0027, Metal Door Components
Entry Wood Door

Condition
Fair
Fair

Concentration
% By Weight
<0.01%
<0.01%

In order to stabilize the current lead conditions, NAL recommends Lead Certified Workers certified by EPA, with
Renovator, Repair and Painting (RRP) designation, conduct in-place management work of the LCM surfaces
scheduled for renovation/demolition. Once the abatement, in-place management, and/or prep work is completed
and the areas are stabilized, the existing surfaces will be in good condition and not create a health or safety concern
to the workers conducting the general construction work at the site. A Scope of Work and/or specifications should
be utilized to conduct the lead work at the site.
If you have any questions regarding this report or if we can be of further assistance, please contact our office.
Reviewed and submitted by:

Anthony M. De Arcos
Certified Asbestos Consultant
DOSH #92-0261
Certified Lead Inspector/Assessor
CDPH #2406

33047/33048

EMSL Order:
CustomerID:
CustomerPO:

EMSL Analytical, Inc.


528 Mineola Avenue, Carle Place, NY 11514
Phone/Fax:
(516) 997-7251 / (516) 997-7528
http://www.emsl.com
carleplacelab@emsl.com

Attn:

Project:

ProjectID:
Phone:
Fax:
Received:
Analysis Date:
Collected:

Paula Lee
National Analytical Laboratories (NAL)
2201 Francisco Dr.
Ste. 140-261
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

061307730
NAL51

(916) 361-0555
(916) 361-0540
07/11/13 9:28 AM
7/11/2013
7/9/2013

Wellman Hall: CAAN #4050 ZONE #B042 Davis, CA 95616

Test Report: Asbestos Analysis of Bulk Materials via EPA 600/R-93/116 and/or EPA
600/M4-82-020 Method(s) using Polarized Light Microscopy
Non-Asbestos
Sample
4050-1
061307730-0001

4050-3
061307730-0003

Description
Rm 0027, W.
Side Ceiling/2x4
White Acoustical
Ceil

Appearance

Fibrous

Tan/White
Fibrous
Heterogeneous

30% Cellulose

Rm 0027, NW
Various
Corner/Sheetrock- Fibrous
Joint Compound
Heterogeneous

10% Cellulose

Asbestos

% Non-Fibrous

% Type

50% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

15% Ca Carbonate

None Detected

20% Min. Wool

75% Non-fibrous (other)

Analyst(s)
Pedro Calderon (2)

Michelle McGowan, Laboratory Manager


or other approved signatory

EMSL maintains liability limited to cost of analysis. This report relates only to the samples reported and may not be reproduced, except in full, without written approval by EMSL. EMSL bears no
responsibility for sample collection activities or analytical method limitations. Interpretation and use of test results are the responsibility of the client. This report must not be used by the client to claim
product certification, approval, or endorsement by NVLAP, NIST or any agency of the federal government. Non-friable organically bound materials present a problem matrix and therefore EMSL
recommends gravimetric reduction prior to analysis. Samples received in good condition unless otherwise noted. Estimated accuracy, precision and uncertainty data available upon request. Reporting
limit is 1%
Samples analyzed by EMSL Analytical, Inc. Carle Place, NY NVLAP Lab Code 101048-10, CA ELAP 2339, NYS ELAP 11469

Initial report from 07/11/2013 14:44:05


Test Report PLM-7.28.7 Printed: 7/11/2013 2:44:05 PM

THIS IS THE LAST PAGE OF THE REPORT.

EMSL Order:
CustomerID:
CustomerPO:
ProjectID:

EMSL Analytical, Inc.


528 Mineola Avenue, Carle Place, NY 11514
Phone/Fax:
(516) 997-7251 / (516) 997-7528
http://www.emsl.com
carleplacelab@emsl.com

Attn:

Phone:
Fax:
Received:
Analysis Date:
Collected:

Paula Lee
National Analytical Laboratories (NAL)
2201 Francisco Dr.
Ste. 140-261
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

Project:

061307730
NAL51

(916) 361-0555
(916) 361-0540
07/11/13 9:28 AM
7/11/2013
7/9/2013

Wellman Hall: CAAN #4050 ZONE #B042 Davis, CA 95616

Test Report: Test Report: Asbestos Analysis of Bulk Material via EPA 600/R-93/116
and/or EPA 600/M4-82-020. Quantitation using 400 Point Count Procedure
Non-Asbestos
Sample

Description

Appearance

4050-2

Rm 0027, N.
Wall/Texture

Tan/Cream
Non-Fibrous
Heterogeneous

061307730-0002

Asbestos
% Non-Fibrous

Fibrous

10.00% Ca Carbonate

% Type
<0.25% Chrysotile

90.00% Non-fibrous (other)

Analyst(s)
Pedro Calderon (1)

Michelle McGowan, Laboratory Manager


or other approved signatory

Disclaimer:Some samples may contain asbestos fibers present in dimensions below PLM resolution limits. The limit of detection as stated in the method is 0.25%. EMSL Analytical Inc suggests that
samples reported as <0.25% or none detected undergo additional analysis via TEM. The above test report relates only to the items tested. This report may not be reproduced, except in full, without written
approval of EMSL Analytical Inc. This test report must not be used by the client to claim product endorsement by NVLAP or any agency of the United States Government. EMSL Analytical Inc., bears no
responsibility for sample collection activities, analytical method limitations, or the accuracy of results when requested to separate layered samples. EMSL Analytical Inc., liability is limited to the cost of
sample analysis.The test results contained within this report meet the requirements of NELAC unless otherwise noted. Samples received in good condition unless otherwise noted. Unless requested by the
client, building materials manufactured with multiple layers (i.e. linoleum, wallboard, etc.) are reported as a single sample.
Samples analyzed by EMSL Analytical, Inc. Carle Place, NY NVLAP Lab Code 101048-10, CA ELAP 2339, NYS ELAP 11469

Initial report from 07/11/2013 14:44:05


Test Report PLMPTC-7.25.0 Printed: 7/11/2013 2:44:05 PM

THIS IS THE LAST PAGE OF THE REPORT.

EMSL Analytical, Inc.


528 Mineola Avenue, Carle Place, NY 11514

Paula Lee
National Analytical Laboratories (NAL)
2201 Francisco Dr.
Ste. 140-261
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

Project:

061307726

CustomerID:

NAL51

CustomerPO:

Phone/Fax:
(516) 997-7251 / (516) 997-7528
carleplacelab@emsl.com
http://www.emsl.com

Attn:

EMSL Order:

ProjectID:
Phone:

(916) 361-0555

Fax:

(916) 361-0540

Received:

07/11/13 9:28 AM

Collected:

7/9/2013

Wellman Hall: CAAN #4050, Zone #B042, Davis, CA 95616

Test Report: Lead in Paint Chips by Flame AAS (SW 846 3050B*/7000B)
Client Sample Description
4050-1L

Lab ID

Collected

Analyzed

0001

7/9/2013

7/11/2013

4050-2L

Site: Rm 0027, Metal door components/brown/tan white pai


0002 7/9/2013
7/11/2013

4050-3L

Site: Rm 0027, Entry Wood Door/Brown/Tan Paint


0003 7/9/2013
7/11/2013

Lead
Concentration
<0.010 % wt
<0.010 % wt
0.30 % wt

Site: Rm 0027, Various Sheetrock Walls/Multi Colored Pai

Michelle McGowan, Laboratory Manager


or other approved signatory

Reporting limit is 0.010 % wt based on the minimum sample weight per our SOP. The QC data associated with these results included in this report meet the method QC requirements, unless specifically
indicated otherwise. Unless noted, results in this report are not blank corrected. EMSL bears no responsibility for sample collection activities. Samples received in good condition unless otherwise noted. *
slight modifications to methods applied. "<" (less than) result signifies that the analyte was not detected at or above the reporting limit. Measurement of uncertainty is available upon request.
Samples analyzed by EMSL Analytical, Inc. Carle Place, NY AIHA-LAP, LLC--ELLAP Lab 102344, CT PH-0249, NYS ELAP 11469

Initial report from 07/11/2013 14:31:25


Test Report ChmSnglePrm/nQC-7.21.0 Printed: 7/11/2013 2:31:25 PM

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DELTA DEVELOPMENT
Environmental Consulting

August 22, 2014

Mr. Fred Torres, Project Manager


Facilities, Mechanical / HVAC
University of California
One Shields Avenue
Davis, California 95616

Dear Mr. Torres:


Per your request, I have reviewed additional hazardous material (asbestos/lead) pre-job start and post
project close-out information you provided August 20, 2014. The aforementioned documents are
associated with Olson Hall HVAC System Upgrades, Phase II, in Room 0040, Basement Mechanical
Room (University Project Number 2503800). Two Rivers Demolition commenced site work associated
with the aforementioned project on June 16, 2014 and the University accepted said site work as complete
on June 20, 2014. Olson Hall is located on the UC Davis Campus, in Davis, California.
Deviations from University Asbestos and Lead Remediation specifications (Sections 028200 & 028300),
and the Contractors approved Work and Disposal Plans have complicated Project Close Out. This is due
in part to the Universitys pre-demolition activities which resulted in a lead dust release, and ultimately
changed the Contractors lead work classification from non-trigger task work to lead trigger task work.
The aforementioned deviations include but are not limited to the following: Pre-Job Start Submittals;
Contractors approved Work Plan (means & methods); Contractors approved waste disposal plans; and
University clearance criteria.
This letter identifies pre-job start and post-job completion submittal deficiencies and/or omissions related
to the Universitys Asbestos Remediation Specification (Section 028200) and Lead Remediation
Specification (Section 028300). Said deficiencies and/or omissions listed below must be corrected and
accepted by the Universitys prior to issuing the Contractor final payment. Also, please let me know if
additional documentation is needed to address mid-project modifications to requirements found in the
Universitys Asbestos and Lead Remediation Specifications, including lead clearance criteria and
asbestos / lead disposal.

Asbestos Pre-Job Start & Post Job Completion Submittal Deficiencies and/or Omissions:
1. One electronic copy of supplemental pre-job start submittals was provided. Contractor shall provide
required number of hard copies of project submittals per Section 028200, 1.5 Submittals, D.
2. Laboratory Qualifications: EMSL Analytical, Inc. of San Leandro, California is identified as the
Contractors asbestos laboratory, however, asbestos analysis reports have not been provided.
Contractor shall submit asbestos analysis reports.

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3203 Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-3203


11275 Sunrise Gold Circle, Suite Q Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Phone (916) 631-1400 Fax (916) 631-0200

DELTA DEVELOPMENT
Environmental Consulting

Mr. Fred Torres, Project Manager


UCD, Olson Hall HVAC System Upgrades
Room 0040, Basement Mechanical Room
University Project Number 2503800
Asbestos/Lead Removal Close-Out Documentation Review # 2
August 22, 2014
Page Two

3. A statement titled 3.15 Project Close-Out was provided on Two Rivers Demolitions letterhead,
and appears to contain information pertaining to both asbestos and lead Project Close-Out
documentation. Although Asbestos and Lead Project Close Out documentation may contain
some duplicate information, said information must be provided as two independent documents.
Contractor shall provide Asbestos Project Close Out information identified in Project Close-Out
Requirements, Section 028200 Asbestos Remediation Specification, 3.15. Close Out
documentation shall pertain to actual work performed, not proposed work, and clarify deviations
from project specifications and approved Work and Disposal Plans, including means and
methods, and waste packaging / transportation / disposal.
4. Contractors statement titled 3.15 Project Close-Out, which was provided on Two Rivers
Demolitions letterhead, states All asbestos was turned over to the University for disposal per
John Nichols of Delta Development. The aforementioned statement is false and must be
removed from the Contractors Close Out documentation. Neither John Nichols or Delta
Development directed the Contractor to deviate from the approved waste disposal plan.
Furthermore, Asbestos Project Close Out documentation should accurately reflect waste disposal
and any deviations from approved Exhibit 21 Asbestos Waste Disposal Plan.
5. Exhibit 22 Asbestos As-Built Summary is incomplete with regard to waste disposal and
transportation, and states See attached document Asbestos Waste. However, the
aforementioned Asbestos Waste document was not provided. Contractor shall provide waste
disposal and transportation information requested in Exhibit 22 Asbestos As-Built Summary,
Section 028200 Asbestos Remediation Specification.

Lead Pre-Job Start & Post Job Completion Submittal Deficiencies and/or Omissions:
1. One electronic copy of supplemental pre-job start submittals was provided. Contractor shall provide
required number of hard copies of project submittals per Section 028300, 1.5 Submittals, D.
2. Recycler weight tickets include slips from Sims Metal, however, Sims Metal is not the recycler
identified in the Contractors approved disposal plan. Additionally, recycler weight tickets
appear to include materials not associated with the Olson Hall project. Contractor shall clarify.
3. A statement titled 3.15 Project Close-Out was provided on Two Rivers Demolitions letterhead,
and appears to contain information pertaining to both asbestos and lead Project Close-Out
documentation. Although Asbestos and Lead Project Close Out documentation may contain
some duplicate information, said information must be provided as two independent documents.

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3203 Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-3203


11275 Sunrise Gold Circle, Suite Q Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Phone (916) 631-1400 Fax (916) 631-0200

DELTA DEVELOPMENT
Environmental Consulting

Mr. Fred Torres, Project Manager


UCD, Olson Hall HVAC System Upgrades
Room 0040, Basement Mechanical Room
University Project Number 2503800
Asbestos/Lead Removal Close-Out Documentation Review # 2
August 22, 2014
Page Three

Contractor shall provide Lead Project Close Out information identified in Project Close-Out
Requirements, Section 028300 Lead Remediation Specification, 3.15. Close Out documentation
shall pertain to actual work performed, not proposed work, and
clarify deviations from project specifications and approved Work and Disposal Plans, including
means and methods and waste handling. Identify all waste streams, and account for waste hazard
classification / packaging / transportation / disposal.
4. Contractors statement titled 3.15 Project Close-Out was provided on Two Rivers Demolitions
letterhead, and states Materials were hauled off by Two Rivers Demolition Inc. and transported
to Schnitzer Steel Products. Identify the materials hauled to Schnitzer Steel Products.
Additionally, transport vehicles observed on site were marked as Primoris Demolition, not Two
Rivers as stated in Project Close Out documentation. Contractor shall clarify.
5. Exhibit 25 Lead As-Built Summary is incomplete with regard to waste disposal and
transportation, and states See attached document Lead Waste. However, the aforementioned
Lead Waste document was not provided. Contractor shall provide waste disposal and
transportation information requested in Exhibit 25 Lead As-Built Summary, Section 028300 Lead
Remediation Specification. Be sure to account for all waste streams, including, but not limited to
dust, vacuum debris, decontamination materials and supplies, and personal protective equipment.

If you have questions regarding information included in this letter please contact me at (916) 631-1400.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve you.
Sincerely,

John M. Nichols
Certified Lead Consultant, 2839
Certified Asbestos Consultant, 92-0039

Cc:

Tom Emme, UCD


Cynthia Hongola, UCD

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3203 Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-3203


11275 Sunrise Gold Circle, Suite Q Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Phone (916) 631-1400 Fax (916) 631-0200

2620 Mercantile Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742


T: (916) 638-6775 / F: (916) 638-0511
CSLB # 726647

ASBESTOS WASTE
All of the Asbestos waste was taken by UC Davis EH&S Department to their containers on site where it was
properly labeled and manifested with other asbestos waste.