PRISM’s 30 years of abatement experience enhances the safety of our customers, crews and the environment. To accomplish this, we staff our remediation team with seasoned and highly trained professionals who abide by carefully vetted remedial processes and safety procedures. Dust is the most common way that lead enters the body, so an abatement contractor has to be sure its operations mitigate dust from remaining on the site or being transported by our workers to their homes and families.
Benefits of PRISM’s Lead Paint Abatement
- Highly trained internal workforce that can handle any size of project
- 30 years of abatement experience and processes
- Impeccable safety record with a 0.84 composite EMR
- High performance standards – over 90% of our customers have been willing to refer us to other contacts
- Ensures all regulatory compliance standards are met
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
No matter the level of preparation, demolition projects are bound to have unforeseen circumstances occur or potential issues arise. To ensure we overcome these obstacles, our management team is highly responsive to customer concerns and project adjustments. We make sure of this through regular communication and availability by project managers or corporate personnel.
Alloy provides abatement, demolition, and environmental engineering services throughout the United States.
Alloy prioritizes safety. It's our philosophy that our financial sustainability and longevity are directly linked to the well-being of our team members. This is why we provide top-in-the-industry safety training and we constantly evaluate and align our program to industry best practices. We have an industry-leading safety performance with a 0.57 composite EMR. Safety is in everything we do. It is a part of our culture, and we ensure our team is prepared day in and day out to ensure we keep our crews safe. We make sure our crew is correctly trained and licensed for each job, provide accurate reporting to our customers about that training and constantly adjust our safety protocols to ensure we maintain our safety focus.
ALLOY has been in business since the 1980s, having completed over 80,000 projects nationwide. Our management team consists of some of the foremost experts in the industry, with over 30 years of knowledge of industry best practices.