As part of the larger water intrusion/air quality assessment work that the SAMG has been doing at Stamford High School, work related to removal of water/mold impacted ceiling plaster will commence on, or about, March 9, 2020, and be completed by Tuesday, March 29, 2020. Work is scheduled to be conducted within Corridor 242A (Second Floor Corridor outside Auditorium). Additionally, roof replacement is scheduled for the associated roof above Corridor 242A from March 9, 2020, through March 20, 2020.
Please be advised work includes removal of <1% and >1% asbestos-containing ceiling plaster. This work will be conducted in accordance with United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Connecticut Department of Public Health (CTDPH), and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for removal of >1% asbestos-containing materials (asbestos abatement) and is being conducted under a CTDPH-approved Work Plan. Tighe & Bond, Inc., the City of Stamford’s third-party Environmental Consultant/Industrial Hygienist will be onsite overseeing asbestos abatement work, which is being conduct by A.A.I.S., Inc., a State of Connecticut licensed Asbestos Abatement Contractor.
Please note this work is one part of a larger, comprehensive project at Stamford High School focusing on identifying water intrusion and mold growth issues within the building and permanently correcting any identified deficiencies. The Stamford Assessment Management Group is working with an Architect/Engineer, Environmental Consultant, Construction Manager, General Contractor, and Remediation Contractor to identify and correct areas of concern at Stamford High School.
Please visit the Stamford Assessment Management Group website at https://www.stamfordct.gov/samg for additional information or contact the Stamford Asset Management Group via email at [email protected].