Mold and Indoor Air Quality

Overview

People spend a lot of time indoors and expect to breathe clean air no matter their location. However, this isn’t always the case.

For example, modern construction results in tight structures with little air exchange. Our Certified Industrial Hygienists and professional engineers have investigated and solved air quality complaints in every type of building in virtually every state, including those devastated by hurricanes, floods and other disasters. But poor indoor air quality is caused by much more than mold. In fact, some of our recent exposure claims relate to effects from substances that include second-hand smoke, formaldehyde and other VOCs, radon, carbon monoxide and fire residue and odors, Legionella, lead and mercury contamination as well as sewage-related pathogens.

Regional Practice Leaders

Eastern Region Environmental Division Manager

Marshall E. Krotenberg

M.S., CIH, CSP.

Western Region Environmental Manager

Kieran J. Purcell

P.E., LEED AP

National Environmental Division Manager