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1 Historic Boynton Beach High School Existing Building Assessment City of Boynton Beach February 10, 2011 SECTION 6 ECO ADVISORS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

2 ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS ASSESSMENT OLD BOYNTON BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 127 EAST OCEAN AVENUE BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA Prepared for: REG Architects 307 Evernia Street, 4th Floor West Palm Beach, Florida Contact: Mr. Vincent Käfer Telephone: (561) Prepared by: Eco Advisors, LLC 3931 RCA Blvd., Suite 3114 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Contact: David Johanson, CIE Telephone: (561) February 2011

3 Executive Summary Eco Advisors, LLC is pleased to present our Environmental Hazards Assessment (EHA) of the Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Avenue (Site), Boynton Beach, Florida. Mr. Vincent Käfer, representing REG Architects, retained Eco Advisors to assess for environmental hazards and conditions that may affect the planned renovation including: suspect materials containing asbestos and lead paint, indoor issues (water intrusion and associated mold), hazardous materials and on-site petroleum tanks. The client also requested recommendations for reconstruction of the interior perimeter walls to control anticipated condensation moisture. The building condition is deteriorated with water and suspect visible mold (SVM) damage to a substantial amount of the interior ceiling and wall materials. Pigeons, in the building for years, cover certain exposed structures and floors with waste, a health risk for demolition/renovation contractors. Friable air cell pipe insulation in poor condition in the crawl space under the southern half of the building, all window frame caulk, and the window pane caulk for the 1 x 1.5 pane windows contain asbestos. Suspect air cell pipe insulation may be present on a pipeline from the boiler room to the south under the floor. The insulation was inaccessible, identified 3 feet inside a clay tile pipe in the wall. The roofing materials (to be removed using wet demolition methods) and kiln and kitchen equipment (to be removed intact) are assumed to contain asbestos. Lead-Based Paint (LBP) materials (above 0.50% by weight) covers the entry doors, frames, decorative entry trim and arches, all antique white doors and frames, the painted gym bleachers, green painted blackboards, and gray painted stairs. The paint on the gym roof deck and steel supports are assumed LBP. All other paints contained lead (above the laboratory method detection limit) invoking the OSHA Lead in Construction Standard for the general contractor and other trades who will work at the Site. There was no visual evidence of aboveground storage tanks on-site. There was visual evidence and records associated with an unregulated underground heating oil storage tank in the northwest corner of the building, which was reportedly removed; a 55-gallon drum of unknown product in the boiler room, and fluorescent bulbs, ballasts, and emergency lighting batteries. These items require proper disposal. Eco Advisors recommends: 1. Properly remove and segregate Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) prior to demolition/renovation. 2. Recycle the mercury containing florescent light bulbs, ballasts and emergency lighting batteries. 3. Personal protective equipment and respiratory protection will protect workers from exposure to mold, pigeon waste, and lead during the removal of non-asbestos containing plaster ceilings, walls and wood structural components. Worker protection practices for Lead in Construction are provided within OSHA regulations 29 CFR to minimize exposure to lead and spread contamination to adjacent work areas and the environment. 4. Remove all damaged ceiling, wall, and floor materials. Clean exposed materials and treat with microbial disinfectant. 5. Avian waste affected areas to remain in place will require a scrubbing wash with a good detergent, followed by a microbial disinfectant application. Care should be taken not to over wet materials to promote quick drying of the area. 6. Retrieve tank removal records to obtain closure per FDEP regulations. Subsurface assessment may be required by FDEP. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Executive Summary

4 7. TCLP analysis of lead paint or lead painted components will determine whether it is characteristic of a hazardous waste or if those components can be disposed of as a solid waste or construction and demolition debris. 8. Interior perimeter wall build-back design for moisture/mold control provided in report. 9. Analyze the contents of the 55-gallon drum in the boiler room to ascertain method of disposal. 10. Assess the southern portion of the building for adequate cross ventilation of the crawl space foundation for building code compliance and inspect for proper landscape grade to direct water away from the building. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Executive Summary

5 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction Background Project Scope of Work IAQ and General Hazards Scope of Work IAQ and Water Intrusion Survey Hazardous Materials Survey Aboveground and Underground Storage Tanks Asbestos Survey Scope of Work Site Information Results Regulatory Information Document Content Lead Based Paint Survey Scope of Work Site Summary Painted Components Lead Results Recommendations IAQ and General Hazards Asbestos Lead Disclaimer/Closing APPENDICES Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Site Photographs Asbestos Laboratory Analytical Results Lead Based Paint Laboratory Analysis Results Signature Pages and Certifications - Asbestos and Lead Site Sample Location Maps Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Table of Contents

6 1. Introduction Eco Advisors, LLC is pleased to present our Environmental Hazards Assessment (EHA) at the Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Avenue (Site), Boynton Beach, Florida. Mr. Vincent Käfer, representing REG Architects, retained Eco Advisors to assess the Site for environmental hazards and conditions that may affect the planned renovation including: suspect materials containing asbestos and lead paint, indoor issues (water intrusion and associated mold), hazardous materials and on-site petroleum tanks. The client also requested recommendations for reconstruction of the interior perimeter walls to control anticipated condensation moisture. 2. Background The former high school built in 1927, is a two-story Mediterranean Revival style building, with approximately 28,420 square feet of floor space constructed of terra cotta clay block and concrete built over a concrete slab foundation in the north portion, with a crawl space foundation in the south portion. The crawlspace area contains pipes with insulation. The building structure includes concrete, steel and wood framing. Vegetation and mold is evident within interior portions of the building. Pigeons, in the building for years on both floors, cover certain exposed structures and floors with waste in the restrooms, gym and stage areas. Both floors consist of classrooms, hallways, restrooms and offices. The first floor also has: a kiln room, dining area, kitchen area, entry foyers and a boiler pit. The second floor has a gymnasium, stage and storage areas under the bleachers. All of the classrooms have metal radiators with no insulation at the floor penetrations, and slate chalkboards with cork tack boards around them. In the hallways the transom glass windows into the classrooms and above the doorways have been replaced with gypsum board panels. The exterior of the building has a smooth stucco finish. The windows on the first floor have window frame caulk, and a few have window pane caulk. There was no access to the windows on the second floor. The roof was out of the scope of work, but visually was a combination of barrel tile, rolled asphalt and built up roofing. Access to the crawlspace was located on the south side of the building. The interior of the building has mostly plaster ceilings with Z-Spline ceiling tiles glued onto the plaster ceiling in some of the classrooms and offices. The northern section of the building is formed concrete decking. The second floor gymnasium and stage have a wood ceiling with four large vents. The west entry to the stage was the only place with vinyl floor tile. The restrooms, shower areas and kiln room have ceramic floor tile over concrete and ceramic wall tile on plaster. Some of the wood flooring on both floors is badly deteriorated from water damage. There is concrete flooring in the entry foyers, several of the rooms on the first floor, and all of the stairwell areas. The office area rooms on both floors had wood paneling on the walls over plaster. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 1

7 3. Project Scope of Work Eco Advisors, LLC personnel David Johanson, CIE, LRA and Senior Project Manager, and Carol Gagnon, CIE, conducted the Scope of Work on January 27 and 28, The report is divided into sections for each discipline; IAQ, Asbestos, and Lead. The Scope of Work for each discipline is provided in the specified section. 4. IAQ and General Hazards Site Photographs are included as Appendix A. Moisture Damage Location Map is included as Appendix E. 4.1 Scope of Work A visual inspection of the interior and exterior of the Site with focus on water intrusion and IAQ mold, A visual inspection of the interior of the building to identify hazardous materials, and Visual inspection of the exterior for evidence of petroleum or hazardous material storage 4.2 IAQ and Water Intrusion Survey Building Exterior: A section of the west side wall has no stucco finish and reportedly had a roof as evidenced by the remaining flashing materials. Two wood louvered vent panels on the north side of the building are deteriorated. Exterior doors of the building are no longer functional. Rain gutters are in disrepair with missing downspouts. Building Interior: Severe water intrusion areas were identified. The roof sustained unknown damage (not in scope of work). Our infrared thermal imaging camera identified wet roofing materials which corresponded to wet water damaged ceilings, walls and wood flooring below these areas. Ceiling and wall plaster was severely water damaged with extensive plaster deterioration and suspect visible mold (SVM). The following rooms had water damage to ceiling materials: C, D, E, I, H, F, CC, W, AAA/Y, V, Q, R, N, O, FF, KK, HH, GG, OO, PP, QQ, RR, TT, WW, and the Gym. The following walls had SVM on ceiling materials: AA, ZZ, and T. The skylight areas of Rooms L/II and BB/UU were severely water damaged with algae and SVM on many surfaces. Algae was also on the floor of Room KK. The following rooms had water damage to the walls: J, I, CC, DD, V, O, M, HH, GG, OO, PP, QQ, WW, Gym, and the Stage. The following rooms had SVM on walls: B, E, UU/BB, AA, Z, W, X, AAA/Y, U, T, Q, R, P/BBB, N, FF, L/II, KK, and VV. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 2

8 The following rooms had staining on the wood floors: A, I and F or severe floor damage: E, N, HH, OO, PP, Gym, and the Stage. A small tree growing on the southwestern corner roof had a thirty foot root system inside the building with part of the roots pushed through a plaster wall. There were small window style air conditioning units in the office areas with non suspect black foam insulation. Multiple BARD units were seen for the classrooms. According to Mr. Vincent Käfer of REG Architects, future renovation plans include removal of the interior plaster finishes on perimeter walls to afford the addition of insulation and then new drywall. It is our opinion that installing drywall over the existing terra cotta block walls may create a moist condition between the drywall and the block. The original construction allowed moisture to pass through the exterior brick, into and through the plaster to the interior space. Plaster construction does not readily support microbial activity. Another issue is that the restoration project includes an airconditioned interior space. With an air-conditioned interior space, the moisture will continually seek the path from hot (exterior) to cold (interior) and create a potential moist wall cavity. Our recommendations are in Section Hazardous Materials Survey There was a plastic 55 gallon drum in Room X (boiler room) with unknown contents. Broken fluorescent tube light bulbs were throughout the building. Most fixtures in the classrooms, hallways, restrooms and office areas no longer contained bulbs but the ballasts may still remain, and emergency lighting fixtures may still have batteries. The gym has halogen lights and the stage has incandescent bulbs in three large suspended fixtures. Pigeons have had access to the building for years covering certain exposed structures and floors in avian waste presenting a health risk for demolition/renovation contractors. Health risks include Cryptococcosis, Encephalitis, Histoplasmosis, and Salmonellosis. 4.4 Aboveground and Underground Storage Tanks We did not identify any evidence for the presence of aboveground storage tanks on-site. A review of available Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) storage tank databases identified the property/facility (ID ) as having an un-regulated 500gallon capacity underground storage tank (UST) for the storage of heating oil associated with the boiler room. The records show the tank as active not removed. Eco Advisors personnel interviewed a City of Boynton Beach maintenance supervisor which verified the UST was removed and identified the asphalt pad where the tank was previously located on the northwest corner of the building near the boiler room. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 3

9 5. Asbestos Survey David Johanson and Carol Gagnon, EPA Accredited Asbestos Inspectors for REP Associates, Inc., inspected for ACM on January 27 to 28, Scope of Work The scope of work for this project included the Site visit and interior inspection of both floors of the building to locate, identify, assess, and quantify friable ACM or suspect ACM, and transporting samples under chain of custody to a contracted laboratory, fully accredited by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP), for bulk sample asbestos analysis utilizing Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM). The amount or area of each homogeneous material determined the number of samples. Homogeneous material is defined as similar in color and texture, and installed during the same time. All of the equipment in the building, including the boiler, gas water heater, kiln and various pieces of kitchen equipment, were not sampled as they should be will be removed intact from the building, and are assumed to contain asbestos on insulation or wiring. The roofing was not in the scope of work as renovation plans include replacing the roofing materials after removing the old roofing by wet demolition protocols, and is assumed to contain asbestos. 5.2 Site Information Facility Usage: Facility Construction: Approximate Size: Survey Area Components Ceilings Walls Roof Flooring Miscellaneous Former High School Clay Block, Stucco Exterior Finish, Barrel tile and Built-up Roof 28,420 square feet Plaster on wood lathe, concrete, z-spline with mastic, wood paneling Plaster on wood lathe, gypsum board panels, wood paneling, ceramic tile, clay block with mortar Not included in scope Vinyl floor tile, wood, ceramic tile, concrete, tar paper Slate and wood core chalkboards, cork tack boards, clay pipe, ceiling metal heater unit, metal radiators, fly fans, metal HVAC ducting, aircell pipe insulation, metal fume hood, metal ducting, wood bleachers, stage light wiring Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 4

10 Materials not suspected of containing asbestos: Metal Glass Wood Ceramic tile Cork tack boards Slate and wood core chalkboards Fiberglass insulation Clay block Concrete Suspect asbestos-containing materials (ACM): 12 x 12 Vinyl floor tile Exterior stucco Crawlspace aircell pipe insulation Stage light wiring insulation Main electrical feed wiring insulation Interior plaster ceilings Interior plaster walls Gypsum board panels in old window frames Window frame and pane caulk Door frame caulk Z-Spline with mastic Mortar between clay wall blocks Tar paper under wood flooring Slate chalkboard mastic Wood paneling mastic 5.3 Results Asbestos Sample Location Maps are included as Appendix E. Table 1 on the following page tabulates the results of our Inspection. Listed is the suspect asbestos-containing materials (ACM) with type and content of asbestos for those materials determined by sampling to be asbestoscontaining or previously identified as asbestos-containing; and the quantity (square or linear footage) of all ACM and assumed ACM. Appendix B presents the Laboratory Sample Analysis report. Asbestos-containing materials are the friable aircell pipe insulation in the crawl space under the southern half of the building, the window frame caulk for all windows on the building and the window pane caulk for the 1 x 1.5 pane windows. Assume second floor window caulk is similar to first floor. Suspect air cell pipe insulation may be present on a pipeline from the boiler room to the south under the floor. The insulation was inaccessible, identified 3 feet inside a clay tile pipe in the wall. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 5

11 Table 1 - Asbestos Inspection Results Sample No. Sample Location Material Description Asbestos Content 1 Estimated Quantity CG01-03 South crawlspace Aircell pipe insulation 90% Chrysotile 250 LF observed CG04-05 Main electrical feed wiring NAD NA Stage electrical panel CG06-07 Stage light wiring CG08-09 South side exterior NAD NA Exterior stucco CG10 North side exterior CG11 SE main entry doors NAD NA CG12 SW main entry doors CG13 Room BB entry doors Door frame caulk CG14 Room X door CG x 1 pane size window Window frame caulk 2% Chrysotile All window CG x 1.5 pane size 5% Chrysotile frames on Window pane caulk window building CG x 2 pane size 5% Chrysotile window Window frame caulk CG x 3 pane size window 3% Chrysotile CG23 Room P NAD NA CG24 Room GG CG25 Room VV CG26 Room Q CG27 Room PP Interior plaster wall CG28 Room N system CG29 Room LL CG30 Room J CG31 Room OO CG32 Room AA CG33 Room E NAD NA CG34 Room F CG35 Room FF CG36 Room UU CG37 Room HH Interior plaster ceiling CG38 Room KK system CG39 Room D CG40 Room PP CG41 Room QQ CG42 Room N CG43-44 Room N Z-Spline with brown NAD NA 1 Asbestos Content: No Asbestos Detected (NAD), Assumed ACM, or % and type of asbestos (Chrys or Amosite) Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 6

12 Sample No. CG45 CG46 CG47 CG48 CG49 CG50 CG51 CG52 CG53-54 CG55-56 CG57-58 CG59-60 Sample Location Room AAA Room X Stage Room ZZ Room XX Room HH Room E Room F Room N Stage west entry steps Room Z Room D Not in Scope of Work. Material Description mastic Mortar between clay block walls Gypsum board panel Tar paper under wood flooring 12 x 12 brown vinyl floor tile Slate chalkboard brown mastic Wood paneling brown mastic All roofing Wiring and/or insulation associated with equipment Asbestos Content 1 NAD NAD NAD NAD NAD NAD Assumed asbestos containing Estimated Quantity NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 5.4 Regulatory Information EPA NESHAP Asbestos (40 CFR Part 61) o o o o Requirements cited for building owners and contractors concerning inspections, renovations, demolitions, removal, and disposal of ACM. Alternatives depend on categories of the ACM: friable, Category I non-friable ACM, Category II non-friable ACM, and Regulated ACM. Category I Non Friable ACM is packing, gaskets, resilient floor coverings and roofing products that contain more than one percent asbestos. Category II Non Friable ACM is any material, excluding Category I Non-Friable ACM or Regulated ACM (friable) that contains more than one percent asbestos. Regulated ACM (RACM) is: All friable ACM that contains more than one percent asbestos; Category I Non Friable ACM that will or has been subject to sanding, grinding cutting or abrading; Category II Non Friable ACM that has become friable; and Category II Non Friable ACM with a high probability of being or has become crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by forces expected to act on the material in the course of demolition or renovation. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 7

13 o o o o Friable materials containing less than 10% by PLM analysis are ACM unless the percentage is verified by point counting. The Owner or Demolition Contractor must complete a Notice of Asbestos Renovation or Demolition. Send Notification by mail or hand deliver to the Palm Beach County Health Department, FDEP Air Resource Management Division. Notification is required for all demolitions (includes renovations where a load bearing member is removed) and removal of friable or regulated asbestos containing and presumed asbestoscontaining material. The Contractor must wait ten (10) days from the postmarked date of mailing to commence demolition or removal. Changes in the start date of the demolition/removal require notification to the above agencies by phone, followed by a written revision to the Notification Form. Send a courtesy notification for Category I or II Non-Friable materials removed in a manner that maintains the material in a nonfriable condition. OSHA - Asbestos (29 CFR Part or 29 CFR Part ) o o o Regulates asbestos exposure in all work, including but not limited to: demolition or salvage of structures where asbestos is present, construction, alteration, repair, maintenance, or renovation of structures, substrates, or portions thereof that contains asbestos. These regulations apply to all assumed or asbestos-containing materials EXCEPT asbestoscontaining asphalt roof coatings, cements, and mastics. Coverage under this standard is dependent on the nature of the work operation involving asbestos exposure and not the asbestos content within the building material, including but not limited to methods of compliance, record keeping, and waste disposal, regardless of the asbestos content or levels of exposure. Materials containing less than 1% asbestos require compliance with (g) (1) (2) (3) as an Unclassified Work Activity. 5.5 Document Content If local knowledge indicates error, omissions, or inaccuracy, notify the consultant. The information contained in this report reflects the conditions present on the date of inspection. The knowledge of the consultant, Eco Advisors, LLC, is current information and research. The status of said information, research, and technology could change in the future, thus affecting the services provided. The asbestos report section signature page is provided in Appendix D. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 8

14 6. Lead Based Paint Survey David Johanson, U.S. EPA Certified Lead Risk Assessor performed a walk-through inspection of the Site on January 27 to 28, Scope of Work Site visit and inspection to identify suspect LBP. Sampling and analysis of the designated suspect lead-based painted surfaces of the interior and exterior of the building. Sampling methodology for lead incorporated the collection of paint chips for analysis of lead percent by weight. EMSL Analytical Inc., in Orlando, FL, accredited by the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference (NELAC), analyzed all samples. Analysis was for percent lead by weight to determine components containing lead-based paint. EMSL Analytical, Inc. utilized Lead in Paint by Flame AAS EPA SW B/7000B analysis method. 6.2 Site Summary There was no specific history of paint maintenance. The Site was built in 1927 with renovations over the years. The light yellow painted stucco walls and mauve colored trim paint on the exterior of the building appeared to be single layer. The plaster walls of the hallways are two-tone celery green with pink and teal green under layers. The hallway baseboards are a teal green with darker colors beneath. Older white paint covered the original hallway and classroom ceilings. The classrooms on the ground floor and second floor are considered homogenous painted areas with same under layer and surface colors. The classrooms have varnished wood floors, painted baseboards, walls, ceilings blackboard trim, doors and door frames. Colors used included white, blue and teal green. The slate blackboards have been painted green. The bathrooms are painted a light tan with ceramic tile base, walls and lavatory walls. The second floor gym bleachers are painted a dark brown and the associated side wall bead boards and rails are painted white. Support columns are painted white with a teal undercoat and a red primer coat. The gymnasium ceiling and steel frame support structure were not accessible due to bleacher instability and no access for lift or extension ladder. The roof wood decking was a gray in color; however wood grain and knots were visible which may indicate the gray color is from wood graying and not paint. The gym steel frame support structure was painted gray. Paint Sample Location Maps are included as Appendix E. The samples were paint chips (off the substrate) collected with a template having an approximate area of 4 square inches, utilizing standard paint sampling protocols. A razor scraper removed the paint and primer (where applicable) from the substrate. The samples were placed in plastic zip lock bags and transported under Chain of Custody to the laboratory for analysis. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 9

15 6.3 Painted Components Refer to Table 2 for the Lead Inspection Results and analytical data. Current regulatory standards for paint are set by Federal statutes. Lead-based paint contains 0.50% lead or greater by weight (5,000 milligram per kilogram (mg/kg)). The OSHA Lead in Construction Standard, 29 CFR , is invoked if any lead is present in sample. The samples designated as lead-based paint are presented in bold, and samples exhibiting lead content above the laboratory detection limit are acknowledged in the OSHA Construction Standard Invoked column. Table 2 - Lead Analysis Results Sam ple # Paint Location Paint Color Lead Concentration In % by weight P1 Entry baseboard/room E Teal green 0.084% yes P2 Entry hall wall/room E Celery 0.15% yes P3 Class 1 door frame/room F White 0.34% yes P4 Class 1 door/room F White 0.20% yes P5 Class 1 baseboard/room F White 0.33% yes P6 Class 1 wall/room F White 0.14% yes P7 Class 2 wall/room I Blue/white 0.23% yes P8 Class 2 door frame/room I Blue 0.40% yes P9 Class 2 door/room I Blue 0.096% yes P10 Ceiling White 0.015% yes P11 Floor Varnish Dark amber 0.40% yes P12 Utility room door frame Dark brown 0.35% yes P13 Utility room floor Light brown <0.010% no P14 Media door frame/rm AA Pink 0.37% yes P15 Class 3 blackboard/room J Green 1.8% (lead-based yes paint) P16 Front entry frames and trim Chocolate 1.2% (lead-based yes brown paint) P17 Area 5 column/room W White, teal and red primer 0.34% yes P18 Boiler room door/room X Old white 1.7% (lead-based yes paint) P19 North end door frames Old white 0.54% (lead-based yes paint) P20 Front doors Chocolate 1.9% (lead-based yes paint) P21 Lunch room wall/room N White and 0.054% yes OSHA Construction Standard Invoked Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 10

16 Sam ple # Paint Location Paint Color Lead Concentration In % by weight teal P22 1 st Floor GRR/ Room M Tan 0.45% yes P23 NW hall ceiling/room P White 0.022% yes P24 NW stair rail/room P Brown/mauve 0.17% yes P25 Building exit Light yellow 0.089% yes P26 1 st Floor BRR/ Room CC Tan/white 0.15% yes P27 Exterior trim Mauve 0.14% yes P28 Media Wall Purple 0.39% yes P29 Stairs Grey 1.4% (lead-based yes paint) P30 North exterior door frame White 0.064% yes P31 Shower wall Tan 0.17% yes P32 Gym bleachers Brown 12% (lead-based yes paint) P33 Gym bead boards and rails White 0.13% yes P34 Area 5 ceiling/room W White <0.010% no P35 Media room doors/room AA White 0.18% yes P36 Black board wood trim White 0.22% yes P37 Gym wall and stage cap White 0.19% yes Gym ceiling wood deck Gray Assume LBP yes Gym ceiling steel framing Gray Assume LBP yes OSHA Construction Standard Invoked 6.4 Lead Results All paint contains lead except samples P13 and P34, the brown paint on the floor of the utility room and the ceiling paint in Area 5 Room W, respectively and therefore invoke the OSHA Lead in Construction Standard for the general contractor and other trades working at the Site. The painted surfaces of P15, P16, P18, P19, P20, P29, and P32, are above 0.50% by weight and are defined as lead-based paint subject to requiring additional regulatory standards. The (antique) white painted doors and door frames throughout the building are considered homogenous and have lead based paint, the exterior door frames throughout the building, the gymnasium stair exit doors and door frames, the boiler room door and frame. The exterior entry doors, door frame and decorative trim have lead-based paint. The same paints and undercoat layers were utilized on the second floor as on the first floor and as such assume all paints as lead-containing. The white ceramic tile base in the restrooms had lead-based pigment content by chemical lead stick analysis. The lead-based paint report signature page is provided in Appendix D. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 11

17 7. Recommendations Eco Advisors recommends the following action items based upon visual inspections, suspect materials sampling, and the results of laboratory analysis. 7.1 IAQ and General Hazards Demolition/renovation contractors should be notified of the mold and pigeon (avian waste) and take precautions to protect their workers from these hazards. Remove all water/mold damaged wood flooring, plaster ceiling and wall areas to a distance of two feet beyond visible damage, and all water damaged wood lathe behind plaster. Assess the ceiling, wall cavity or floor cavity support members for rot and structural integrity after demolition activities are completed. Sand and treat support members to remain with a microbial disinfectant/encapsulant. Wash/clean remaining ceiling, wall and floor surfaces to remove surface mold and spray with a microbial disinfectant to manufacturer s specifications, after demolition activities are completed. To minimize moisture and associated mold activity within the perimeter wall new construction; Assure that the mechanical ventilation system creates a positive pressurization within the building at all times. Consider a separate mechanical system for rooms requiring a special thermal environment (i.e. very cold for historic documents) and locate those rooms to an interior space away from exterior walls. Consider using BASF 2lb closed cell purple Eco spray foam vapor barrier/insulation with an R value of 5 per inch. Another closed cell spray foam is Delilec s Polarfoam 7300 Soya or Heat Lok Soya 2lb soy based foam with an R value of 6 per inch. These products apply directly to the terra cotta block sealing all block holes and mortar holes providing an air barrier, vapor barrier and a high thermal resistance in one application. Use a paperless or glass/mat drywall with a moisture resistant gypsum core such as 5/8 GP Gypsum DensArmor Plus to inhibit mold germination and/or colonization. Water test new window installations prior to interior reconstruction. Do not use paneling or wallpaper in the reconstruction. Recycle the mercury containing florescent light bulbs, ballasts, and emergency lighting batteries. Analyze the contents of the 55-gallon drum in the boiler room to ascertain method of disposal. Retrieve tank removal records to obtain closure per FDEP regulations. Subsurface assessment may be required by FDEP. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 12

18 Assess the southern portion of the building for adequate cross ventilation of the crawl space foundation for building code compliance and inspect for proper landscape grade to direct water away from the building. 7.2 Asbestos Remove ACM or assumed ACM prior to any demolition/renovation activities. Removal must be performed by a State licensed asbestos removal contractor(s) in accordance with a written specification and contract. This work should be monitored to document appropriate work practices and standards are maintained during the course of the abatement project. The roofing materials can be removed utilizing wet demolition protocols. All boiler, kiln and kitchen equipment should be removed intact and either reused, recycled or properly disposed of. Immediately cease all work activity and secure the area should additional suspect building materials be discovered during the course of future repair, renovation or demolition activities until such time as these materials can be analyzed to determine asbestos content. Meet the notification requirements specified in the FDEP and OSHA construction regulations: 29 CFR (Asbestos) prior to abatement activities. 7.3 Lead During any activities which may disturb the aforementioned designated painted areas, the general contractor must take steps to protect his employees and all subcontractors from significant exposure to lead dust and fumes and to comply with 29 CFR OSHA Lead in Construction standard. The contractor will take precautions to reduce airborne emission of lead dust and debris and employ engineering and work practices that will minimize exposure to lead during renovation activities of these painted surfaces and spread of contamination to adjacent work areas and the environment. General construction work practices with LBP include: Hazard communication and notification with workers Use of appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Do not pressure wash, hand or machine sand, sand blast or conduct hot work without approval and appropriate protection and containment Develop and initiate engineering and work practice controls to eliminate the release of paint chips and dust into the surrounding environment during pressure washing, abrasive work or sand blasting activities. Use HEPA filters on all vacuums and negative air machines USEPA hazardous waste regulations, (40CFR262.11), require a generator to determine if a waste is RCRA hazardous or not. Submit composite samples of debris waste for Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) testing for leachable lead. Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 13

19 Sample the paint on the gymnasium bleachers and antique white painted doors and door frames for disposal parameters TCLP analysis. Should the renovations require lead-based paint removal from historic woodworking or the restroom tile, the abatement must be performed by a Licensed Lead Abatement Contractor in accordance with a written specification and contract. This work should be monitored to document appropriate work practices and standards are maintained during the course of the abatement project. It was stated that the original doors and woodworking will be refurbished and re-utilized in the planned renovation. The paint on the doors can be professionally stripped chemically and prepared for re-painting but must be performed by a Licensed Lead Abatement Contractor. 8. Disclaimer/Closing Although every attempt has been made to do so, this report should not be construed as to have located all environmental concerns associated with the property. It should also be noted that in no way does Eco Advisors, LLC guarantee that all environmental concerns associated with the property have been identified. Eco Advisors, LLC is not responsible for any potential consequence that the Environmental Hazards Assessment has on any pending transactions regarding the subject property. This report was prepared for the exclusive use of the client. The contents of the report shall not be used or relied upon in any way by others without prior written approval of Eco Advisors, LLC. The opinions and recommendations presented herein are based upon information provided to Eco Advisors as of this date, conditions at the time of the inspection, and our professional expertise. Report Prepared By: Eco Advisors, LLC Report Approved By: Eco Advisors, LLC David C. Johanson, CIE, LRA Senior Project Manager Karen M. Meyer, CIH, CIEC Executive Vice President Environmental Hazards Evaluation February 2011 Old Boynton Beach High School, 127 East Ocean Drive, Boynton Beach, FL Page 14

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