Demolition of 3 Sites - Asbestos & Lead Paint Assessment

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S&ME, Inc. | 48 Brookfield Oaks Drive, Suite F | Greenville, South Carolina 29607 | p 864.297.9944 | www.smeinc.com January 29, 2021 Greenville County Schools 2 Space Drive Taylors, South Carolina 29687 Attention: Ms. Sherrill Fuller Reference: Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint Assessment Update Former East Gantt Elementary School – 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4269-20-109 Dear Ms. Fuller: S&ME, Inc. (S&ME) is pleased to provide the attached report detailing the previous asbestos and lead-based paint assessment of the former East Gantt Elementary School located at 400 Fork Shoals Road in Greenville, South Carolina. The previous assessment was performed on November 23, 24, and December 3, 2015. To comply with South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) regulations that asbestos assessments be current within 3 years prior to demolition or renovation activities that may disturb building materials, a licensed asbestos inspector (Mr. Sherman Woodson, License # MP-00120, expiration date August 11, 2021) performed a follow-up assessment of the school on December 3, 2020. In general accordance with S&ME Proposal No. 42- 2001083, dated November 18, 2020 and our Agreement for Services Form (AS-071). No additional suspect asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) or lead-based paint (LBP) surfaces were identified. It appears that the previously identified ACMs and LBP remain in similar condition. Previously identified asbestos- containing floor tile remains in good condition but has become loosened from the floor in a lot of locations (most likely from roof leaks in the unoccupied building). S&ME appreciates this opportunity to provide our services to you. Please contact us at your convenience if there are questions regarding the information contained in this report. Sincerely, S&ME, Inc. Anna Deal, CIH Sherman Woodson, CIH, CSP Industrial Hygienist Senior Industrial Hygienist adeal@smeinc.com swoodson@smeinc.com mailto:adeal@smeinc.com mailto:swoodson@smeinc.com Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint Assessment Report East Gantt Elementary School 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 Prepared for: Greenville County Schools 2 Space Drive Taylors, South Carolina 29687 Prepared by: S&ME, Inc. 281 Fairforest Way Greenville, SC 29607 December 7, 2015 S&ME, Inc. | 281 Fairforest Way | Greenville, SC 29607 | p 864.297-9944 | f 864.297-0462 | www.smeinc.com December 7, 2015 Greenville County Schools 2 Space Drive Taylors, South Carolina 29687 Attention: Mr. David Smith Reference: Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint Assessment Report East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 Dear Mr. Smith: S&ME, Inc. (S&ME) is pleased to provide the enclosed report detailing the asbestos and lead-based paint assessment at the referenced site. The purpose of the assessment was to identify, to the extent feasible, potential asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) and lead-based paint (LBP) located in the on-site structure which may be disturbed by the proposed demolition. Our services were performed in general accordance with S&ME Proposal No. 11279 dated April 25, 2011 as authorized by you on November 17, 2015. The following report includes the project background, sampling and analysis procedures, findings and results, and conclusions and recommendations as necessary. This report is provided for the sole use of Greenville County Schools. Use of this report by any other parties will be at such party's sole risk and S&ME, Inc. disclaims liability for any such use or reliance by third parties. The results presented in this report are indicative of conditions only during the time of the assessment and of the specific areas referenced. S&ME appreciates this opportunity to provide our services to you. Please call if you have questions concerning this report or any of our services. Sincerely, S&ME, Inc. Michael Sayetta Sherman Woodson, CIH, CSP Staff Professional Senior Industrial Hygienist msayetta@smeinc.com swoodson@smeinc.com East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 December 7, 2015 1 Table of Contents  Executive Summary ............................................................................................... 2 1.0 Introduction ............................................................................................................ 4 1.1 Asbestos Assessment ....................................................................................................... 4 1.2 Lead-Based Paint Assessment ........................................................................................ 4 2.0 Site and Project Description ................................................................................ 4 2.1 Purpose .............................................................................................................................. 4 2.2 Site Description ................................................................................................................. 4 3.0 Asbestos Assessment ............................................................................................ 5 3.1 Sampling and Analysis .................................................................................................... 5 3.2 Assessment ........................................................................................................................ 5 3.3 Findings and Results ........................................................................................................ 6 4.0 Lead-Based Paint Assessment ............................................................................. 6 4.1 Procedure ........................................................................................................................... 6 4.2 Findings ............................................................................................................................. 6 5.0 Conclusions and Recommendations ................................................................. 7 5.1 Asbestos Recommendations ........................................................................................... 7 5.2 Lead-Based Paint Recommendations ............................................................................ 8 6.0 Assumptions and Limitations ............................................................................. 8 Appendices Appendices .......................................................................................................................................................... i – Site Photographs ........................................................................................................................ ii – Table 1: Asbestos Results Summary ................................................................................... iii – Asbestos Laboratory Reports............................................................................................... iv – Table 2: Summary of Paint Results ...................................................................................... v – Copy of Inspector’s License/Accreditation ......................................................................... vi East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 December 7, 2015 2  Executive Summary S&ME, Inc. performed an asbestos and lead-based paint assessment of the East Gantt Elementary School located at 400 Fork Shoals Road in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina. The evaluation was conducted on November 23, 24, and December 3, 2015 in order to determine the presence and extent of potential asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) and lead-based paint (LBP) prior to the proposed demolition. This Executive Summary is intended as an overview for the convenience of the reader. The complete report must be reviewed in its entirety prior to making decisions regarding the site. East Gantt Elementary School is a single-story structure which encompasses approximately 42,000 square feet. The building is currently vacant. The exterior of the building is finished with brick and plaster, and a built-up roof. Flooring materials observed in the building include carpet, 9-inch floor tile, ceramic tile, and concrete. Walls appear to mainly consist of concrete block with limited drywall divider walls. Ceilings appear to consist of suspended ceiling tiles and drywall. No spray-applied surfacing materials were noted during our assessment. Piping runs (including elbows) appear insulated with fiberglass. Asbestos The following ACMs were identified:  Roof flashing (approximately 1,600 square feet)  Exterior transite panels on the roof (approximately 320 square feet)  9-inch olive floor tile and black mastic (approximately 36,000 square feet)  9-inch white with tan streaks floor tile and black mastic (approximately 3,400 square feet)  Black sink undercoating (approximately 100 square feet)  Gray wall mastic behind chalk board (approximately 50 square feet)  Exterior gray window and door caulk (approximately 3,000 linear feet), and  Silver pipe wrap with black underlayment paper in the boiler room (approximately 5 linear feet) Lead-Based Paint The lead-based paint assessment included testing representative interior and exterior painted components associated with the on-site building for lead content. The components were analyzed using direct measurement RMD Lead Analyzer for LBP. For the purpose of this assessment, painted surfaces with lead concentrations equal to or greater than the SCDHEC disposal limit (0.7 mg/cm2) are considered lead-based paint/glaze. The following building components exhibit lead concentrations meeting the SCDHEC disposal limit of 0.7 mg/cm2 via XRF technology:  Interior and exterior blue paint on metal roof beams  Interior and exterior blue paint on metal columns  Exterior blue paint on metal door frames  Exterior blue paint on metal handrail  Glaze on white ceramic sinks  Interior white paint on metal support beams East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 December 7, 2015 3 Destructive actions to paint containing detectable levels of lead (e.g. paint preparation, component removal, demolition, sanding, grinding, burning, etc.) may require the contractor to comply with the standards of the OSHA regulations 29 CFR 1926.62 (Lead in Construction), including but not limited to training, initial exposure monitoring, the use of personal protective equipment, and medical surveillance. The determination of OSHA applicability is the responsibility of the contractor and dependent upon the paint condition and the planned treatment of the finishes. East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 December 7, 2015 4 1.0 Introduction S&ME was contracted by the Greenville County School District to perform an asbestos and lead-based paint assessment of the East Gantt Elementary School located at 400 Fork Shoals Road in Greenville, South Carolina. S&ME performed the assessment on November 23, 24, and December 3, 2015. 1.1 Asbestos Assessment The asbestos assessment was conducted to assess, sample, and identify ACMs that may be disturbed as part of demolition activities, in accordance with regulatory requirements. The identification of ACMs will aid in the prevention of occupational exposures and/or environmental releases of airborne asbestos. Identification of ACMs also complies with Title 40 Code of the Federal Regulations, part 61, and State regulations 61-86.1 enforced by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC), along with Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations, part 1926 enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The following sections describe the assessment procedures used, results of the suspect ACMs sampled and analyzed, confirmed ACMs identified, and conclusions and recommendations regarding the subject area as related to ACMs. 1.2 Lead-Based Paint Assessment The purpose of the testing was to assess and identify lead-based paint coatings associated with the building. The identification of these materials will aid in the compliance of occupational exposure (OSHA) and/or environmental releases of airborne lead dust in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.62 (Lead in Construction) and provide information to facilitate proper disposal of lead-based paint coated components and debris in accordance with the SCDHEC and the EPA. 2.0 Site and Project Description 2.1 Purpose The assessment was performed to identify ACMs and lead-based paint prior to disturbing building materials during demolition activities. It is our understanding the School District of Greenville County intends to demolish the school building in the near future. Portable classrooms were not evaluated as part of our services. 2.2 Site Description East Gantt Elementary School is a single-story structure which encompasses approximately 42,000 square feet. The building is currently vacant. The exterior of the building is finished with brick and plaster, and a built-up roof. Flooring materials observed in the building include carpet, 9-inch floor tile, ceramic tile, and concrete. Walls appear to mainly consist of concrete block with limited drywall divider walls. Ceilings appear to consist of suspended ceiling tiles and drywall. No spray-applied surfacing materials were noted during our assessment. Piping runs (including elbows) appear insulated with fiberglass. Photographs of the on-site building are included in Appendix I. East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 December 7, 2015 5 3.0 Asbestos Assessment 3.1 Sampling and Analysis The assessment was performed by observing and sampling suspect ACMs associated with accessible areas in the interior and exterior of the building. A sampling strategy was developed to provide representative samples in accordance with the SCDHEC and the EPA. Bulk samples of suspect ACMs were collected by an SCDHEC licensed inspector. The bulk samples were then recorded on a chain of custody record and submitted to Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories (SEEML) in Greenville, South Carolina for analysis by Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM). Analytical Environmental Services, Inc. (AES) of Atlanta, Georgia performed the Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) analysis for those non-friable organically bound materials reported negative via PLM. Both laboratories are accredited by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP), which is administered by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) The suspect materials were analyzed by trained microscopists using PLM techniques coupled with dispersion staining in accordance with EPA Test Method Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter I (1-1-87 edition), Part 763, Subpart F-APPENDIX A. This method identifies asbestos mineral fibers based on six optical characteristics: morphology, birefringence, refractive index, extinction angle, sign of elongation and dispersion staining colors. The laboratory analysis reports the specific type of asbestos identified (there are six asbestos minerals) and the percentage of asbestos present. Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) Suspect non-friable organically bound materials, exhibiting negative results via PLM analysis, were analyzed by trained microscopists by TEM using EPA 600 Method in accordance with ASTM E2356. Typical examples of this material include, but are not limited to floor tile, mastic adhesives, sheet flooring (linoleum), roofing materials, glazing, caulking, duct mastic, and cove base mastic. 3.2 Assessment The sampled materials were assessed based on condition (good, fair or poor) and potential for disturbance due to the scheduled renovation/demolition. The sampled materials were also categorized based on the EPA’s National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) regulation categories. Friable ACM is classified as an ACM that can be crumbled to a powder by moderate hand pressure. Non-friable ACM is classified as either Category I Non-friable ACM or Category II Non-friable ACM. Category I and Category II Non-friable ACM are distinguished from each other by their fiber release potential when damaged. Generally, Category I Non-friable ACM, which by definition includes intact ACM roofing materials, gaskets, packing, resilient floor coverings and floor mastics, is less likely to become friable and release fibers in a damaged state. Category II Non-friable ACM include all other non-friable ACM excluding Category I that have a high probability of being rendered friable during removal activities or demolition. All Friable ACM, Category I Non-friable ACM that has become friable, Category I Non- friable ACM that will be or has been subjected to sanding, grinding, cutting or abrading, or Category II Non-friable ACM that has a high probability of becoming or has become crumbled, pulverized, or East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 December 7, 2015 6 reduced to powder by the forces expected to act on the material in the course of demolition or renovation operations are considered to be a Regulated Asbestos-Containing Material (RACM). 3.3 Findings and Results The EPA and SCDHEC define materials as asbestos containing when an asbestos content >1% is detected in a representative sample. Of the representative bulk samples collected and analyzed, the following materials are identified as containing asbestos:  Roof flashing (approximately 1,600 square feet)  Exterior transite panels on the roof (approximately 320 square feet)  9-inch olive floor tile and black mastic (approximately 36,000 square feet)  9-inch white with tan streaks floor tile and black mastic (approximately 3,400 square feet)  Black sink undercoating (approximately 100 square feet)  Gray wall mastic behind chalk board (approximately 50 square feet)  Exterior gray window and door caulk (approximately 3,000 linear feet), and  Silver pipe wrap with black underlayment paper in the boiler room (approximately 5 linear feet) Table I, located in Appendix II, summarizes the sample number, location, type of material tested, approximate quantity of the material sampled, condition of the material, and corresponding result for each sample. The asbestos laboratory reports are included in Appendix III. 4.0 Lead-Based Paint Assessment 4.1 Procedure The lead-based paint testing was performed concurrently on representative interior and exterior painted components of the building. The components were analyzed with a RMD Model LPA-1 XRF spectrum analyzer. The suspect painted finishes were selected based on the color of the topcoat and the underlying paint layers and/or the substrate on which it was applied. The possibility exists that lead- based paint finishes are present in those inaccessible areas such as pipe chases, wall voids, etc. The SCDHEC defines lead-based paint as any paint containing lead at concentrations equaling to or greater than 0.7 mg/cm2 by XRF testing. For the purpose of the assessment, paint containing 0.7 mg/cm2 or greater was considered lead-based paint due to the planned renovation activities. Lead-based paint, as defined by the SCDHEC, requires disposal in a Class II or Class III lined landfill. OSHA does not recognize a threshold level of lead for definition purposes, only the airborne concentration of lead when a worker is exposed. The current OSHA regulations recognize an airborne action level of 30 micrograms per cubic meter (μg/m3) during an eight-hour day and a permissible exposure limit of 50 μg/m3. 4.2 Findings Based on the assessment and testing performed on December 3, 2015, the following building components exhibit lead concentrations meeting the SCDHEC disposal limit of 0.7 mg/cm2 via XRF technology: East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 December 7, 2015 7  Interior and exterior blue paint on metal roof beams  Interior and exterior blue paint on metal columns  Exterior blue paint on metal door frames  Exterior blue paint on metal handrail  Glaze on white ceramic sinks  Interior white paint on metal support beams A summary of the painted surfaces tested along with their corresponding XRF reading is provided in Table 2 located in Appendix IV, and should be reviewed in full. Various surfaces which exhibited low levels of lead may be applicable to OSHA regulations 29 CFR 1926.62 (Lead in Construction). 5.0 Conclusions and Recommendations Asbestos-containing materials and lead-based paint/glaze were identified in the East Gantt Elementary School building located at 400 Fork Shoals Road in Greenville, South Carolina. This report should be provided to the contractor(s) impacting the identified materials to assist in compliance with applicable State and Federal regulations. 5.1 Asbestos Recommendations The asbestos-containing silver pipe wrap with black underlayment paper (TSI) in the boiler room is friable and considered to be a regulated asbestos-containing material (RACM). The exterior transite panels located on the roof and TSI must be removed by a SCDHEC licensed asbestos abatement contractor prior to demolition. S&ME recommends that air monitoring by a third-party be conducted during the removal of the TSI in the boiler room. The ACM floor tiles, mastics, sink undercoating, gray wall mastic, exterior gray window and door caulk, and roof flashing are considered Category I non-friable materials. The method of removal employed by the abatement contractor will determine if they become regulated. S&ME recommends the proper removal and disposal of these materials by a South Carolina licensed abatement contractor prior to building demolition in accordance with the SCDHEC regulation 61-86.1. Based on the quantities of these ACMs and removal methods, a project design may be required as well as air monitoring during removal. This depends on if the project is permitted as a non-friable or friable (regulated) project. Asbestos removal requires written notification to state/agency, specific removal procedures, proper transportation, and disposal per state and federal regulations. The identification and proper removal of ACM prior to demolition or renovation will aid in the prevention of occupational exposures and/or environmental releases of airborne asbestos. If the identified ACMs are managed in place, OSHA requirements apply to employees that may contact or disturb ACMs, including maintenance and custodial workers. A copy of this report must be submitted to SCDHEC at least ten (10) working days prior to beginning abatement activities in advance of the planned renovation. Federal, State and local regulations should be referred to in order to verify compliance before any actions are initiated on an ACM. If additional suspect materials are discovered during renovation activities, bulk samples must be collected by a SCDHEC licensed inspector and analyzed for asbestos content prior to continuation of work. East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 December 7, 2015 8 5.2 Lead-Based Paint Recommendations Currently, the SCDHEC defines LBP as paint/glaze containing greater than or equal to 0.7 mg/cm2 of lead. Lead-based paints/glazes as defined by the SCDHEC or EPA were identified during this assessment. Building materials coated with LBP need to be disposed of or recycled at a permitted landfill or recycling facility. Metal coated with LBP can be recycled without removing the paint. Destructive actions to paint containing detectable levels of lead (e.g. paint preparation, component removal, demolition, sanding, grinding, burning, etc.) may require the contractor comply with the standards of the OSHA regulations 29 CFR 1926.62 (Lead in Construction), including but not limited to training, initial exposure monitoring, the use of personal protective equipment, and medical surveillance. The determination of OSHA applicability is the responsibility of the contractor and dependent upon the paint condition and the planned treatment of the finishes. The quantities reported by XRF may be useful in determining the relative risk associated with various demolition tasks, i.e. the lower the level of lead found in the paint, the less likely disturbance will result in exposure in excess of the OSHA Action Limit. 6.0 Assumptions and Limitations This report is provided for the sole use of the Client. Use of this report by any other parties will be at such party’s sole risk, and S&ME disclaims liability for any such use or reliance by third parties. The results presented in this report are indicative of conditions only during the time of the sampling period and of the specific areas referenced. Under no circumstances is this report to be used as a bidding document, or as a project design or specification. S&ME performed the services in accordance with generally accepted practices of reputable environmental consultants undertaking similar studies at the same time and in the same geographical area. S&ME has endeavored to meet this standard of care. No other warranty, expressed or implied, is intended or made with respect to this report or S&ME’s services. Users of this report should consider the scope and limitations related to these services when developing opinions as to risks associated with the site. The possibility exists that suspect materials were undetected in inaccessible or concealed areas such as under carpeting or multiple flooring layers, and inside pipe chases or wall voids. If additional suspect materials are discovered during the planned destructive activities, bulk samples must be collected by an asbestos inspector and analyzed for asbestos content. End of Report Appendices – Site Photographs East Gantt Elementary School – 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project 4226-15-100 Taken by: MDS Date 11/23 & 24/2015 1 1 View of the front entrance for East Gantt Elementary School. 2 Interior view of the cafeteria and stage. 3 Interior view of the kitchen. 4 Interior view of a typical classroom. East Gantt Elementary School – 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project 4226-15-100 Taken by: MDS Date 11/23 & 24/2015 2 5 Interior view of the media center. 6 Interior view of the boiler room. 7 Sample A1 – built-up roofing with fiberglass insulation. 8 Sample B1 – roof flashing. Flashing contains 2% chrysotile asbestos. East Gantt Elementary School – 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project 4226-15-100 Taken by: MDS Date 11/23 & 24/2015 3 9 Sample C1 – exterior transite roof panels. Panels contain 12% chrysotile asbestos. 10 Sample D1 – exterior plaster panels. 11 Sample E1 – exterior canopy panels. 12 1 2 Sample F1 – 9-inch olive floor tile and black mastic. Floor tile contains 2% chrysotile asbestos. Black mastic contains 8% chrysotile asbestos. East Gantt Elementary School – 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project 4226-15-100 Taken by: MDS Date 11/23 & 24/2015 4 13 Sample G1 – 9-inch white with tan streaks floor tile and black mastic. Floor tile contains 3% chrysotile asbestos. Black mastic contains 5% chrysotile asbestos. 14 Sample H1 – blue stage curtain. 15 Sample I1 – brown base cove mastic. 16 1 6 Sample J1 – tan stage tread mastic. East Gantt Elementary School – 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project 4226-15-100 Taken by: MDS Date 11/23 & 24/2015 5 17 Sample K1 – 32” x 48” ceiling tile with holes. 18 Sample L1 – 2’ x 4’ ceiling tile birdwing pattern. 19 Sample M1 – 2’ x 2’ ceiling tile birdwing pattern. 20 Sample N1 – drywall and joint compound. East Gantt Elementary School – 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project 4226-15-100 Taken by: MDS Date 11/23 & 24/2015 6 21 Sample O1 – red wall caulk. 22 Sample P1 – black sink undercoating. Undercoating contains 2% chrysotile asbestos. 23 Sample Q1 – gray wall mastic behind chalk board. Mastic contains 3% Anthophyllite asbestos. 24 Sample R1 – exterior gray window and door caulk. Caulk contains 12% chrysotile asbestos. East Gantt Elementary School – 400 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project 4226-15-100 Taken by: MDS Date 11/23 & 24/2015 7 25 Sample S1 – silver pipe wrap with black underlayment paper in boiler room. Black underlayment paper contains 8% chrysotile asbestos. 26 View of the roof over one of the classroom wings. 27 View of the roof over the media center. 28 View of the transite roof panels on the roof over the media center. S1 – Table 1: Asbestos Results Summary TABLE 1: ASBESTOS RESULTS SUMMARY EAST GANTT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 400 FORK SHOALS ROAD GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA S&ME PROJECT NO. 4226-15-100 SAMPLE NUMBER SAMPLE DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION ASBESTOS CONTENT CLASSIFICATION FRIABLE/ NON- FRIABLE CURRENT CONDITION POTENTIAL FOR DISTURBANCE ESTIMATED QUANTITY A1 Built-up roofing and fiberglass insulation (analyzed by PLM and TEM) ND Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 42,000 SF A2 ND A3 ND A4 ND A5 ND B1 Roof flashing 2% chrysotile Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 1,600 SF B2 NA B3 NA C1 Exterior transite roof panels 12% chrysotile Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 320 SF C2 NA C3 NA TABLE 1: ASBESTOS RESULTS SUMMARY (CONTINUED) SAMPLE NUMBER SAMPLE DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION ASBESTOS CONTENT CLASSIFICATION FRIABLE/ NON- FRIABLE CURRENT CONDITION POTENTIAL FOR DISTURBANCE ESTIMATED QUANTITY D1-1 Exterior plaster panels (base and skim coats) ND Surfacing Friable Good Low 2,400 SF D1-2 ND D2-1 ND D2-2 ND D3-1 ND D3-2 ND D4-1 ND D4-2 ND D5-1 ND D5-2 ND E1 Exterior canopy panels (analyzed by PLM and TEM) ND Miscellaneous Non- Friable Damaged Moderate 6,000 SF E2 ND E3 ND E4 ND E5 ND E6 ND E7 ND F1-1 9-inch olive floor tile and black mastic – throughout building 2% chrysotile (tile) Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 36,000 SF F1-2 8% chrysotile (mastic) F2 NA F3 NA TABLE 1: ASBESTOS RESULTS SUMMARY (CONTINUED) SAMPLE NUMBER SAMPLE DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION ASBESTOS CONTENT CLASSIFICATION FRIABLE/ NON- FRIABLE CURRENT CONDITION POTENTIAL FOR DISTURBANCE ESTIMATED QUANTITY G1-1 9-inch white with tan streaks floor tile and black mastic – cafeteria and entrance foyer 3% chrysotile (tile) Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 3,400 SF G1-2 5% chrysotile (mastic) G2 NA G3 NA H1 Blue stage curtain – cafeteria (analyzed by PLM and TEM) ND Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 500 SF H2 ND H3 ND I1 Brown base cove mastic – throughout building (analyzed by PLM and TEM) ND Miscellaneous Non- Friable Damaged Moderate 2,800 LF I2 ND I3 ND J1 Tan stage tread mastic – cafeteria (analyzed by PLM and TEM) ND Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 100 SF J2 ND J3 ND K1 32” x 48” ceiling tile with holes – throughout building ND Miscellaneous Friable Good Low 31,800 SF K2 ND K3 ND TABLE 1: ASBESTOS RESULTS SUMMARY (CONTINUED) SAMPLE NUMBER SAMPLE DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION ASBESTOS CONTENT CLASSIFICATION FRIABLE/ NON- FRIABLE CURRENT CONDITION POTENTIAL FOR DISTURBANCE ESTIMATED QUANTITY L1 2’ x 4’ ceiling tile birdwing pattern - cafeteria ND Miscellaneous Friable Good Low 2,500 SF L2 ND L3 ND M1 2’ x 2’ ceiling tile birdwing pattern – media center and front offices ND Miscellaneous Friable Good Low 1,800 SF M2 ND M3 ND N1-1 Drywall and joint compound – hallway ceilings/classroom divider walls/kitchen ND Drywall is miscellaneous Joint compound is surfacing Friable Good Low 6,800 SF N1-2 ND N2-1 ND N2-2 ND N3-1 ND N3-2 ND N4-1 ND N4-2 ND N5-1 ND N5-2 ND N6-1 ND N6-2 ND N7-1 ND N7-2 ND O1 Red wall caulk – throughout building (analyzed by PLM and TEM) ND Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 20 LF O2 ND O3 ND TABLE 1: ASBESTOS RESULTS SUMMARY (CONTINUED) SAMPLE NUMBER SAMPLE DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION ASBESTOS CONTENT CLASSIFICATION FRIABLE/ NON- FRIABLE CURRENT CONDITION POTENTIAL FOR DISTURBANCE ESTIMATED QUANTITY P1 Black sink undercoating - classrooms 2% chrysotile Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 100 SF P2 NA P3 NA Q1 Gray wall mastic behind chalk board 3% Anthophyllite Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 50 SF Q2 NA Q3 NA R1 Exterior gray window and door caulk 12% chrysotile Miscellaneous Non- Friable Good Low 3,000 LF R2 NA R3 NA S1 Silver pipe wrap with black underlayment paper – boiler room 8% chrysotile Thermal system insulation (TSI) Friable Good Low 5 LF S2 NA S3 NA Notes: ND = None detected. NA = Positive stop method. PLM = Polarized Light Microscopy, TEM = Transmission Electron Microscopy. SF = Square feet, LF = Linear feet. Quantities listed are for inspection purposes only. Actual quantities should be verified for other purposes and by demolition/abatement contractor. – Asbestos Laboratory Reports Form 18.0 Rev 4 11/12/15 Lab Manager Review: Andrea Berrios Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories 506-A Laurens Road Greenville, South Carolina 29607 Phone: (864) 233-3770 Fax: (864) 233-6589 The information and data for S&ME has been checked for thoroughness and accuracy. The following report is contained within this document: Bulk asbestos fiber analysis: EPA 600/M4-82-020 Interim Method for the Determination of Asbestos in Bulk Insulation Bulk asbestos fiber analysis: EPA 600/R-93/116 Method for the Determination of Asbestos in Bulk Building Materials Date: 11/25/15 Thank you for choosing Southeast Microbiology Laboratories (SEEML). We strive to provide superior quality testing, analytical data and customer service. SEEML is accredited through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Voluntary Accreditation Program (NVLAP) for bulk asbestos analysis (NVLAP # 201031-0). Confidentiality Notice: The document(s) contained herein are confidential and privileged information intended for the exclusive use of the individual or entity named above. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, or an employee or agent responsible for delivering it to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of the document(s) is strictly prohibited. If you have received this document in error, please immediately notify us by telephone to arrange for its return. Thank you. Guidelines for Interpretation: A material is considered regulated asbestos containing material (ACM) where the asbestos content is determined to be one percent or greater. Several organizations, including the American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH); the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA); the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA); the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA); the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as well as the California Department of Health Services (CADHS) have published guidelines for assessment and interpretation of analytical data indicating a tested material is ACM. Interpretation of the data and information within this document is left to the company, consultant, and/or persons who conducted the fieldwork. SEEML Reference Number: 151124002-A Page 1 of 11 SEEML Typewritten Text SEEML Typewritten Text SEEML Typewritten Text Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 002A A1 003A A2 004A A3 005A A4 006A A5 007A B1 008A B2 009A B3 010A C1 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 TEM None Detected Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: None Detected Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios 88% 2% Chrysotile NOT ANALYZED NOT ANALYZED 12% Chrysotile None Detected Approved by: Andrea Berrios 2% Cellulose, 12% Fiber Glass 15% Fiber Glass SAMPLE 2% Cellulose EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material None Detected 82% 85% 18% Fiber Glass 15% Fiber Glass The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 STOP 96% Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com Date Sampled: Date Received: Sherman Woodson S&ME PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Date Analyzed: Date Reported: Project Name: Project Number: 281 Fairforest Way Analyzed by: 11/25/15 4226-15-100 ph 01 Andrea Berrios Greenville, SC 29607 Roof Flashing Roof Flashing Roof Flashing 11/23/15, 11/24/15 11/24/15 11/24/15, 11/25/15 86% 85%None Detected Roof Panels 151124002-ASEEML Ref#: STOP SUBCONTRACTED Description/Location Built ‐ up Roofing Built ‐ up Roofing Built ‐ up Roofing Built ‐ up Roofing POSITIVE POSITIVE Built ‐ up Roofing Page 2 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 011A C2 012A C3 013A D1 013B D1 014A D2 014B D2 015A D3 015B D3 016A D4 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 None Detected 2% Cellulose 98% Exterior Plaster Scratch Approved by: Andrea Berrios None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Scratch None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Skim None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Scratch None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Skim None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Scratch None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Skim NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Roof Panels NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Roof Panels EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 3 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 016B D4 017A D5 017B D5 018A E1 019A E2 020A E3 021A E4 022A E5 023A E6 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 None Detected 8% Cellulose 92% Exterior Canopy Panels Approved by: Andrea Berrios None Detected 5% Cellulose 95% Exterior Canopy Panels None Detected 5% Cellulose 95% Exterior Canopy Panels None Detected 8% Cellulose 92% Exterior Canopy Panels None Detected 8% Cellulose 92% Exterior Canopy Panels None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Skim None Detected 5% Cellulose 95% Exterior Canopy Panels None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Skim None Detected None Detected 100% Exterior Plaster Scratch EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 4 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 024A E7 025A F1 025B F1 026A F2 026B F2 027A F3 027B F3 028A G1 028B G1 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 5% Chrysotile 3% Cellulose 92% Floor Tile & Mastic Mastic Approved by: Andrea Berrios NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Floor Tile & Mastic Mastic 3% Chrysotile 2% Cellulose 95% Floor Tile & Mastic Floor Tile NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Floor Tile & Mastic Mastic NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Floor Tile & Mastic Floor Tile 8% Chrysotile 2% Cellulose 90% Floor Tile & Mastic Mastic NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Floor Tile & Mastic Floor Tile TEM SAMPLE SUBCONTRACTED Exterior Canopy Panels 2% Chrysotile 2% Cellulose 96% Floor Tile & Mastic Floor Tile EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 5 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 029A G2 029B G2 030A G3 030B G3 031A H1 032A H2 033A H3 034A I1 035A I2 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 None Detected None Detected 100% Cove Base Mastic Approved by: Andrea Berrios TEM SAMPLE SUBCONTRACTED Stage Curtain None Detected 2% Cellulose 98% Cove Base Mastic None Detected 15% Synthetics 85% Stage Curtain None Detected 18% Synthetics 82% Stage Curtain NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Floor Tile & Mastic Floor Tile NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Floor Tile & Mastic Mastic NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Floor Tile & Mastic Floor Tile NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Floor Tile & Mastic Mastic EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 6 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 036A I3 037A J1 038A J2 039A J3 040A K1 041A K2 042A K3 043A L1 044A L2 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 None Detected 40% Cellulose, 18% Mineral Wool 42% Ceiling Tile Approved by: Andrea Berrios None Detected 35% Cellulose, 12% Mineral Wool 53% Ceiling Tile None Detected 35% Cellulose, 20% Mineral Wool 45% Ceiling Tile None Detected 35% Cellulose, 12% Mineral Wool 53% Ceiling Tile None Detected 30% Cellulose, 15% Mineral Wool 55% Ceiling Tile None Detected 2% Cellulose 98% Stage Tread Mastic TEM SAMPLE SUBCONTRACTED Stage Tread Mastic TEM SAMPLE SUBCONTRACTED Cove Base Mastic None Detected 3% Cellulose 97% Stage Tread Mastic EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 7 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 045A L3 046A M1 047A M2 048A M3 049A N1 049B N1 050A N2 050B N2 051A N3 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 None Detected 18% Cellulose 82% Drywall & Joint Compound Drywall Approved by: Andrea Berrios None Detected 15% Cellulose 85% Drywall & Joint Compound Drywall None Detected None Detected 100% Drywall & Joint Compound Joint Compound None Detected 15% Cellulose 85% Drywall & Joint Compound Drywall None Detected None Detected 100% Drywall & Joint Compound Joint Compound None Detected 30% Cellulose, 10% Mineral Wool 60% Ceiling Tile None Detected 35% Cellulose, 15% Mineral Wool 50% Ceiling Tile None Detected 35% Cellulose, 20% Mineral Wool 45% Ceiling Tile None Detected 30% Cellulose, 15% Mineral Wool 55% Ceiling Tile EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 8 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 051B N3 052A N4 052B N4 053A N5 053B N5 054A N6 054B N6 055A N7 055B N7 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 None Detected None Detected 100% Drywall & Joint Compound Joint Compound Approved by: Andrea Berrios None Detected 2% Cellulose 98% Drywall & Joint Compound Joint Compound None Detected 15% Cellulose 85% Drywall & Joint Compound Drywall None Detected 2% Cellulose 98% Drywall & Joint Compound Joint Compound None Detected 12% Cellulose 88% Drywall & Joint Compound Drywall None Detected None Detected 100% Drywall & Joint Compound Joint Compound None Detected 15% Cellulose 85% Drywall & Joint Compound Drywall None Detected 2% Cellulose 98% Drywall & Joint Compound Joint Compound None Detected 15% Cellulose 85% Drywall & Joint Compound Drywall EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 9 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 056A O1 057A O2 058A O3 059A P1 060A P2 061A P3 062A Q1 063A Q2 064A Q3 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Gray Wall Mastic Approved by: Andrea Berrios 3% Anthophyllite 2% Cellulose 95% Gray Wall Mastic NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Gray Wall Mastic NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Sink Under Coating NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Sink Under Coating TEM SAMPLE SUBCONTRACTED Red Wall Caulk 2% Chrysotile None Detected 98% Sink Under Coating None Detected 2% Cellulose 98% Red Wall Caulk None Detected None Detected 100% Red Wall Caulk EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 10 of 11 Client: Methodology: 48/15 Lab No.: Client No.: 065A R1 066A R2 067A R3 068A S1 068B S1 069A S2 069B S2 070A S3 070B S3 Form 8.0 Rev. 4 11/12/15 Approved Signatory: Andrea Berrios The test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of the laboratory. The 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. SEEML reserves the right to dispose of all samples after a period of thirty days, according to all state and federal guidelines, unless otherise specified. Inhomogeneous samples are separated into homogeneous subsamples and analyzed individually. ND means no fibers were detected. When detected the minimum detection and reporting limit is less than 1% unless point counting is preformed. Floor tile samples may contain large amounts of interference material and it is recommmended that the sample be analyzed by gravimetric point count analysis to lower the detection limit and to aid in asbestos identification SEEML NVLAP Lab ID:201031‐0 NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Pipe Wrap Wrap Black Layer Approved by: Andrea Berrios NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Pipe Wrap Wrap Black Layer NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Pipe Wrap Wrap Tan Layer 8% Chrysotile 5% Cellulose 87% Pipe Wrap Wrap Black Layer None Detected 60% Cellulose 40% Pipe Wrap Wrap Tan Layer NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Exterior Window/Door Caulk None Detected 60% Cellulose 40% Pipe Wrap Wrap Tan Layer 12% Chrysotile None Detected 88% Exterior Window/Door Caulk NOT ANALYZED POSITIVE STOP Exterior Window/Door Caulk EPA/600/R-93/116 Without Gravimetry SEEML Ref#: 151124002-A Regular/Split Layers Analyzed: % Asbestos Type % Fibrous Non- Asbestos Material Type % Non-Fibrous Material Description/Location Greenville, SC 29607 Date Reported: 11/25/15 Project Name: 4226-15-100 ph 01 Analyzed by: Andrea Berrios Project Number: S&ME Date Received: 11/24/15 281 Fairforest Way Date Analyzed: 11/24/15, 11/25/15 Southeast Environmental Microbiology Laboratories - Asbestos Division 506 A- Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607 Phone: 864-233-3770, Fax: 864-233-3779 , www.seeml.com PLM Asbestos Bulk Sample Summary Sherman Woodson Date Sampled: 11/23/15, 11/24/15 Page 11 of 11 Page 1 of 2 Page 2 of 2 – Table 2: Summary of Paint Results Number Location Substrate Source Feature Color Lead (mg/cm 2 ) 1 Calibrate 0.9 2 Calibrate 1.0 3 Calibrate 0.9 4 Metal Gutter Downspout Blue 0.3 5 Plaster Panel White 0.1 6 Metal Gutter Downspout Blue 0.1 7 Drywall Canopy Panel White 0.1 8 Drywall Canopy Panel White 0.1 9 Metal Canopy Grid White 0.1 10 Block Wall Window White 0.1 11 Block Wall Window White 0.1 12 Wood Window Panel White 0.1 13 Metal Roof Drain White 0.1 14 Metal Roof Beam Blue 9.3 15 Block Wall Window White 0.1 16 Drywall Canopy Panel White 0.1 17 Metal Column Blue >9.9 18 Wood Door Brown 0.1 19 Block Wall Window White 0.1 20 Metal Door Blue 0.5 21 Metal Door Frame Blue 1.5 22 Metal Door Frame Blue 0.8 23 Metal Handrail Blue 1.5 24 Wood Door Stain 0.1 25 Metal Door Blue 0.1 26 Drywall Canopy Panel White 0.1 27 Metal Roof Beam Blue 6.7 28 Ceramic Wall Tile Green 0.1 29 Block Wall White 0.1 30 Block Wall Blue 0.1 31 Drywall Ceiling Tan 0.1 32 Block Wall Tan 0.1 33 Ceramic Floor Tile Brown 0.1 34 Metal Door Frame White 0.5 35 Wood Door Stain 0.1 Table 2 Summary of Paint Results East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 Exterior Interior - Cafeteria/Kitchen Number Location Substrate Source Feature Color Lead (mg/cm 2 ) Table 2 Summary of Paint Results East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 36 Slate Window Sill Black 0.1 37 Metal HVAC Unit Blue 0.1 38 Metal Roof Beam Blue 3.4 39 Block Wall White 0.1 40 Metal Wall Panel Red 0.1 41 Wood Wall Panel White 0.1 42 Block Wall White 0.1 43 Metal Roof Beam Blue 8.4 44 Metal Ceiling Grid White 0.1 45 Ceramic Floor Tile Brown 0.1 46 Ceramic Sink White >9.9 47 Metal Window Frame White 0.1 48 Metal Window Frame Blue 0.1 49 Block Wall White 0.1 50 Metal Column Blue 5.2 51 Slate Window Sill Black 0.1 52 Wood Cabinet Stain 0.1 53 Wood Door Stain 0.1 54 Wood Bulletin Board Frame White 0.1 55 Metal Radiator Cover White 0.1 56 Metal HVAC Unit Blue 0.5 57 Drywall Ceiling White 0.1 58 Block Wall White 0.1 59 Metal Radiator Cover White 0.1 60 Slate Window Sill Black 0.1 61 Wood Bulletin Board Frame White 0.1 62 Metal Roof Beam Blue 4.5 63 Block Wall Yellow 0.1 64 Block Wall White 0.1 65 Ceramic Toilet White 0.1 66 Ceramic Sink White >9.9 67 Block Wall White 0.1 68 Metal Locker Tan 0.3 69 Metal Support Beam White 5.9 70 Ceramic Urinal White 0.1 71 Metal Radiator Cover White 0.1 Interior - Classrooms, Offices, Media Center, Hallways, Bathrooms Number Location Substrate Source Feature Color Lead (mg/cm 2 ) Table 2 Summary of Paint Results East Gantt Elementary School Greenville, South Carolina S&ME Project No. 4226-15-100 72 Metal Ceiling Grid White 0.1 73 Drywall Wall White 0.1 74 Slate Window Sill Black 0.1 75 Block Wall White 0.1 76 Metal Radiator Cover White 0.1 77 Drywall Wall White 0.1 78 Wood Door Stain 0.1 79 Block Wall White 0.1 80 Block Wall Blue 0.1 81 Drywall Ceiling White 0.1 82 Composite Partition Wall Tan 0.1 83 Metal Support Beam White 6.4 84 Wood Panel Gray 0.1 85 Metal Roof Beam Blue 7.4 86 Block Wall White 0.1 87 Block Wall Blue 0.1 88 Ceramic Floor Tile Brown 0.1 89 Ceramic Trim Tile White 0.1 90 Wood Wall Panel White 0.1 91 Block Wall Yellow 0.1 92 Metal Louvre White 0.1 93 Block Wall White 0.1 94 Block Wall Yellow 0.1 95 Block Wall Blue 0.1 96 Metal Roof Beam Blue 3.6 97 Wood Door Stain 0.1 98 Metal Radiator Cover White 0.1 99 Drywall Wall White 0.1 100 Wood Bulletin Board Stain 0.1 101 Drywall Ceiling White 0.1 102 Metal Ceiling Grid White 0.1 103 Ceramic Floor Tile Brown 0.1 104 Calibrate 1.1 105 Calibrate 1.0 106 Calibrate 1.0 Interior - 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