Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Identification, Diagnosis and Mitigation


  •  Investigate indoor air quality complaints
  • Conduct air sampling for chemical and microbial contaminants
  • Conduct bulk or wipe sampling as necessary


  • Conduct site investigations and assess performance of heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems


  • Conduct LEEDS IAQ sampling prior to occupancy for conformance with U.S. Green Building Council rating


  • Review HVAC system operations and maintenance programs


  • Consult with Facility Managers, Building Owners or tenants concerning renovation or remodeling plans which may affect IAQ


  • Coordinate with contractors and design contaminant measures during renovation


  • Develop facility IAQ Management Program


Mold, Bacteria & Moisture Consultation

  • Investigate complaints of microorganism (mold, bacteria and allergens) contamination


  • Conduct visual inspections of property to identify source of moisture and visible microbial contamination


  • Evaluate extent of microbial contamination through passive and destructive testing


  • Conduct bulk, surface or air sampling to characterize problem


  • Evaluate factors which caused the microbial contamination to determine if cause is linked to construction defects or occupant related moisture loading


  • Develop scope of work for microbial remediation


  • Coordinate with remediation contractor


  • Oversee microbial remediation



  • Conduct post-remediation testing



  • Develop Moisture and Mold Prevention Programs


  • Provide training to builders, architects, engineers and property owners on how to prevent mold growth and how to respond to mold-related claims


  • Provide litigation support