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1 ASBESTOS INSPECTION REPORT F&R PROJECT NUMBER: 65R-3125 Regarding: Hwy 295 Baseball Park Score Tower Structure 2100 Southport Road Spartanburg, South Carolina Prepared for: Spartanburg County Parks Department 9039 Fairforest Road Spartanburg, South Carolina Prepared by: Froehling & Robertson Inc. 18 Woods Lake Road Greenville, South Carolina (864) Date of Inspection: December 23, 2013 Date of Report: January 2, 2014

2 SIGNATURE PAGE INSPECTOR NAME SIGNATURE SC LICENSE No. EXP. DATE Thomas Tripp BI /17/2014 REPORT PREPARED BY: Benjamin Hestir, P.E. Environmental Group Manager

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Asbestos Inspection Report Preparation Building Description Suspect Asbestos Containing Building Material Description GENERAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION Asbestos Background & Regulatory Information PROCEDURES Asbestos Sample Collection FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Asbestos Containing Materials Recommendations LIMITATIONS... 6 Appendix I Sample Location Figures 1-2 Appendix II Analytical Results and Chain of Custody Forms (PLM and TEM analysis) Appendix III Photo Log

4 1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1.1 Asbestos Inspection Froehling & Robertson (F&R) conducted an asbestos inspection for Spartanburg County Parks Department (the Client) at 2100 Southport Road in Spartanburg, South Carolina on December 23, The building was a vacant score tower structure at the time of our inspection. The purpose of the inspection was to sample suspect building materials for asbestos content prior to a planned demolition of the structure. Thomas Tripp, who holds South Carolina Asbestos Inspector License BI-00814, conducted the inspection activities at the project site. Samples were shipped by overnight courier under Chain of Custody to CEI Labs (CEI) in Cary, North Carolina for analysis. CEI is accredited by the American Industrial Hygiene Association under their NVLAP quality control program for bulk asbestos analysis (Certificate ). 1.2 Report Preparation This report was prepared by Benjamin Hestir, P.E. to detail the findings of the inspection after analyses of the bulk asbestos samples were conducted by CEI. 1.3 Building Description Based on information provided by the Client, the vacant score tower at 2100 Southport Road consisted of a two-story building with approximately 1,800 square feet. Construction of the building is reported to have occurred in the 1980 s. Based on Client information, and the F&R site reconnaissance of the remaining structure, the building consists of a two-story, slab-ongrade structure with wood framing, exterior wood paneling and a metal roof. Interior finishes observed consisted of gypsum wallboard ceiling, wood paneling, painted block and textured stucco walls, and unfinished concrete, vinyl tile and ceramic tile floors. The structure was heated by electric heaters. 1.4 Suspect Asbestos Containing Building Material Description Suspect asbestos containing materials that were sampled at the Property included: Wallboard and joint compound Vinyl floor tile and associated mastic Roof Caulking Asbestos Inspection 2100 Southport Road, Spartanburg, South Carolina F&R Project # 65R January 2, 2014

5 Sink undercoating Stucco wall texture No other suspect materials were observed. 2.0 GENERAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION 2.1 Asbestos Background & Regulatory Information The term asbestos refers to a group of naturally-occurring, fibrous minerals that are commercially mined throughout the world, primarily in Canada, Russia, and South Africa. Asbestos has been used in countless building products. Collectively, these products are referred to as asbestos containing materials (ACMs). Asbestos gained wide use because it is plentiful, readily available, low in cost, and because of its unique properties - it does not burn, is strong, conducts heat and electricity poorly, and is resistant to chemical corrosion. As an insulator, asbestos containing materials were widely used for thermal insulation and condensation control. Asbestos is added to a variety of building materials to enhance strength. It is found in concrete and concrete-like products. Asbestos cement products are used as siding and roofing shingles, wallboard, as corrugated or flat sheets for roofing and partition walls, and as piping. Asbestos has also been added to asphalt, vinyl, and other materials such as roofing cements, felts and shingles, exterior siding materials, floor tiles, joint compounds, and mastics/adhesives. Asbestos also proved valuable as a component of acoustical plasters and joint compounds. This material was troweled on or sprayed onto ceilings or walls. As a decorative product, frequently referred to as textured ceiling or wall paint, asbestos was also mixed with other materials and sprayed on to walls and ceilings to produce a soft textured appearance. Asbestos is still mined commercially and used in many common products, including brake shoes, roofing materials, and flooring products. It is important to realize that commercially available products containing asbestos can still be purchased. It is a common misconception that asbestos is no longer used. The three most commonly encountered types of asbestos are sometimes referred to by their predominant color: Chrysotile (white) is by far the most frequently used asbestos mineral, constituting approximately 95% of all commercial and industrial applications. Chrysotile fibers are long and flexible and can be spun or woven into cloth. Amosite (brown) and Crocidolite (blue) are used in approximately 4-5% of asbestos-containing products. Both types generally consist of shorter, more rigid fiber bundles that are highly resistant to heat, electricity, and chemicals. Three other types of asbestos anthophyllite, tremolite, and actinolite are only rarely used for commercial purposes, but they occasionally occur in small quantities (naturally) along with other raw materials. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency promulgated the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) [40 CFR Part 61], which addresses the application, removal, Asbestos Inspection 2100 Southport Road, Spartanburg, South Carolina F&R Project # 65R January 2, 2014

6 and disposal of asbestos-containing materials (ACM). Under NESHAP the following categories are defined for asbestos-containing materials: Friable - When dry, can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure. Nonfriable - When dry, cannot be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure. Category I Nonfriable ACM - Packings, gaskets, resilient floor coverings, and asphalt roofing products containing more than 1% asbestos. Category II Nonfriable ACM Any material, excluding Category I Nonfriable ACM, containing more than 1% asbestos. Regulated Asbestos Containing Material (RACM) One of the following: 1. Friable ACM 2. Category I Nonfriable ACM that has become friable. 3. Category I Nonfriable ACM that will be or has been subjected to sanding, grinding, cutting, or abrading. 4. Category II Nonfriable ACM that has a high probability of becoming, or has become, friable by the forces expected to act on the material in the course of demolition or renovation operations. Under NESHAP, the following actions are required: 1. Prior to the commencement of demolition or renovation activities, the building owner must have the affected facility or part of the facility where the demolition or renovation activities will occur inspected for the presence of asbestos by a state licensed asbestos inspector. 2. A state licensed asbestos abatement contractor must then remove all RACM from the facility, before any demolition or renovation activity begins, that would break up, dislodge, or similarly disturb the material or preclude access for subsequent removal. 3. RACM need not be removed if: a) It is Category I nonfriable ACM that is not in damaged or significantly damaged condition. Asbestos Inspection 2100 Southport Road, Spartanburg, South Carolina F&R Project # 65R January 2, 2014

7 b) It is on a facility component that is encased in concrete or other similar material and is adequately wet whenever exposed. c) It was not accessible for testing and was therefore not discovered until after demolition began and because of the demolition the material cannot be safely removed. d) It is Category II nonfriable ACM and the probability is low that the material will become crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder during demolition. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has established three sets of regulatory standards pertaining to asbestos exposure: 29 CFR General Industry 29 CFR Construction Industry 29 CFR Respiratory Protection (note CFR stands for Code of Federal Regulations) The construction industry standard covers activities involving asbestos demolition, removal, alteration, repair, maintenance, installation, cleanup, transportation, disposal, and storage. The general industry standard covers other activities where asbestos exposure is possible. Addressed under the OSHA standards are building owner/employer responsibilities regarding the identification of identified or presumed asbestos containing materials (PACM), notification to tenants/employees of the presence of asbestos, employee training, and work procedures. 3.0 PROCEDURES 3.1 Asbestos Sample Collection F&R personnel collected a total of 15 bulk samples of suspect asbestos containing materials (ACM) from the structure as shown in the attached Figures 1 & 2 (Appendix I) and in the attached Photo Log (Appendix III). A total of 15 samples were submitted to the lab and based on layered systems that were separated by the lab and due to positive stop requirements on the analysis, 11 total samples were analyzed via Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) by EPA Method 600/R-93/116 by the laboratory and in accordance with South Carolina DHEC regulations. At least three (3) samples of each suspect material were collected and analyzed using a positive stop protocol. If one of the three samples tested positive, then the remaining samples were not analyzed. Three (3) samples of non-friable organically bound (NOB) materials were analyzed by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) according to EPA Method 600/R-93/116 Section Asbestos Inspection 2100 Southport Road, Spartanburg, South Carolina F&R Project # 65R January 2, 2014

8 in accordance with South Carolina DHEC asbestos regulation NOB materials must be analyzed via TEM when found to contain no asbestos by the PLM analysis method. Sample locations shown in the Figures 1 & 2 found in Appendix I are for those samples that were found to contain more than 1% asbestos by weight. Analytical results are located in Appendix II and our Photo Log from the inspection is found in Appendix III. 4.0 FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 4.1 Asbestos Containing Materials One (1) of the PLM analyses from the samples collected during the inspection identified asbestos containing materials (ACM), which by federal and state regulations are those building materials containing more than 1% asbestos. None of the three (3) samples of non-friable organically bound (NOB) materials analyzed by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) were found to contain more than 1% asbestos. Sampled materials which met the definition of asbestos containing material (greater than 1% asbestos by weight) via PLM analysis are: Sample SU-10 Gray Sink Undercoat 5% Chrysotile Analytical results and chain of custody documents from the PLM and TEM analysis are found in Appendix II. Locations of the samples found to contain ACM are shown in Figures 1 and 2 in Appendix I. See section 2.1 for the requirements for abatement by South Carolina licensed abatement contractors prior to demolition. The photo log from the sampling event is shown in Appendix III. 4.2 Recommendations Asbestos was identified in one of the samples collected during this inspection. Prior to renovation, a copy of this report should be provided to the demolition contractor. It is the responsibility of the contractor to identify any additional suspect ACMs encountered during renovation, which has not been sampled. As the material identified (the sink undercoating) is nonfriable, it may be possible to remove the sink without disturbing the undercoating. If done in this manner and disposed of properly, Asbestos Inspection 2100 Southport Road, Spartanburg, South Carolina F&R Project # 65R January 2, 2014

9 the removal would be considered a Minor Category abatement activity under DHEC asbestos project regulations (SC Regulation Standards of Performance For Asbestos Projects) and does not require advance notice to DHEC by the abatement contractor. Air monitoring is not required under the standard but we would recommend considering the collection of one (1) clearance sample after removal of the sink for liability reasons. 5.0 LIMITATIONS This report has been prepared for the exclusive use of the Spartanburg County Parks Department and their designated demolition contractor. This report has been prepared in accordance with generally accepted environmental practices. No other warranty, expressed or implied, is made. Our observations are based upon conditions readily visible at the time of our site visit. We have not verified the completeness or accuracy of the information provided by others. During the site visit, accessible areas within the proposed renovation areas were visually surveyed for the presence of suspect asbestos containing materials (ACM). Inaccessible areas were not surveyed; therefore, some areas of ACM may not have been identified. Areas inspected were those designated by the scope of services. As with any similar survey of this nature, actual conditions exist only at the precise locations from which bulk samples were collected. Certain inferences are based on the results of this sampling and related testing to form a professional opinion of conditions in areas beyond those from which the samples were collected. No other warranty, expressed or implied, is made. F&R, by virtue of providing the services described in this report, does not assume the responsibility of the person(s) in charge of the site, or otherwise undertake responsibility for reporting to any local, state, or federal public agencies nay conditions at the site that may present a potential danger to public health, safety, or the environment. It is the client s responsibility to notify the appropriate local, state, or federal public agencies as required by law, or otherwise to disclose, in a timely manner, any information that may be necessary to prevent any danger to public health, safety, or the environment. The contents of this report should not be construed in any way as a recommendation to purchase, sell, or further develop the project site. Asbestos Inspection 2100 Southport Road, Spartanburg, South Carolina F&R Project # 65R January 2, 2014

10 APPENDIX I ASBESTOS SAMPLE LOCATION DIAGRAMS

11 1 st Floor Asbestos Samples WTX Men WTX SU SU SU Concessions Women WTX WTX Wall Texture SU Sink Undercoat >1% Asbestos Sample Locations Figure 1 Sample Locations Hwy 295 Baseball Park Score Tower 2100 Southport Road Spartanburg, South Carolina

12 2 nd Floor Asbestos Samples RF FT FT DW DW DW RF FT RF FT Floor Tile DW Drywall & Joint Compound RF Roof Caulk >1% Asbestos Sample Locations Figure 2 Sample Locations Hwy 295 Baseball Park Score Tower 2100 Southport Road Spartanburg, South Carolina

13 APPENDIX II ASBESTOS ANALYTICAL RESULTS & CHAIN OF CUSTODY DOCUMENTS

14 ASBESTOS LABORATORY REPORT Prepared for Froehling & Robertson PROJECT: City of Spartanburg Baseball Park CEI LAB CODE: A DATE ANALYZED: 12/26/13 DATE REPORTED: 12/27/13 TOTAL SAMPLES ANALYZED: 11 # SAMPLES >1% ASBESTOS: 1 TEL:

15 Asbestos Report Summary By: POLARIZING LIGHT MICROSCOPY PROJECT: City of Spartanburg Baseball Park CEI LAB CODE: A METHOD: EPA 600 / R93 / 116 and EPA 600 / M4-82 / 020 Client ID Layer Lab ID Color Sample Description DW-1 DW-2 DW-3 FT-4 FT-5 FT-6 RF-7 RF-8 RF-9 ASBESTOS % Layer 1 A White Joint Compound None Detected Layer 2 A Off-white Drywall None Detected Layer 1 A White Joint Compound None Detected Layer 2 A Off-white Drywall None Detected Layer 1 A White Joint Compound None Detected Layer 2 A Off-white Drywall None Detected A A Patterned Faux Slate Floor Tile None Detected A B Clear Mastic None Detected A A Patterned Faux Slate Floor Tile None Detected A B Clear Mastic None Detected A Sample Submitted for TEM Analysis A Beige Roof Caulk None Detected A Beige Roof Caulk None Detected A Sample Submitted for TEM Analysis SU-10 A Pink,Grey Sink Undercoating Chrysotile 5% SU-11 SU-12 WTX-13 WTX-14 WTX-15 A A Sample Not Analyzed per COC Sample Not Analyzed per COC A Grey Stucco Wall Texture None Detected A Grey Stucco Wall Texture None Detected A Grey Stucco Wall Texture None Detected Page 1 of 1

16 ASBESTOS BULK ANALYSIS By: POLARIZING LIGHT MICROSCOPY Client: Froehling & Robertson 18 Woods Lake Road Greenville, SC CEI Lab Code: A Date Received: Date Analyzed: Date Reported: Project: City of Spartanburg Baseball Park ASBESTOS BULK PLM, EPA 600 METHOD Client ID Lab ID DW-1 Layer 1 A Layer 2 A DW-2 Layer 1 A Layer 2 A DW-3 Layer 1 A Layer 2 A FT-4 A A Lab Description Joint Compound Drywall Joint Compound Drywall Joint Compound Drywall Faux Slate Floor Tile Lab Attributes Heterogeneous White Non-fibrous Loosely Bound Heterogeneous Off-white Fibrous Loosely Bound Heterogeneous White Non-fibrous Loosely Bound Heterogeneous Off-white Fibrous Loosely Bound Heterogeneous White Non-fibrous Loosely Bound Heterogeneous Off-white Fibrous Loosely Bound Heterogeneous Patterned Non-fibrous Bound NON-ASBESTOS COMPONENTS Fibrous Non-Fibrous 15% 15% 15% 80% 15% 5% Calc Carb Binder Paint ASBESTOS % None Detected Cellulose 85% Gypsum None Detected 80% 15% 5% Calc Carb Binder Paint None Detected Cellulose 85% Gypsum None Detected 80% 15% 5% Calc Carb Binder Paint None Detected Cellulose 85% Gypsum None Detected 100% Vinyl None Detected Page 1 of 4

17 ASBESTOS BULK ANALYSIS By: POLARIZING LIGHT MICROSCOPY Client: Froehling & Robertson 18 Woods Lake Road Greenville, SC CEI Lab Code: A Date Received: Date Analyzed: Date Reported: Project: City of Spartanburg Baseball Park ASBESTOS BULK PLM, EPA 600 METHOD Client ID Lab ID Lab Description Lab Attributes NON-ASBESTOS COMPONENTS Fibrous Non-Fibrous ASBESTOS % A B Mastic Homogeneous 100% Mastic None Detected Clear Non-fibrous Bound FT-5 A A Faux Slate Floor Tile Heterogeneous Patterned 100% Vinyl None Detected Non-fibrous Bound A B Mastic Homogeneous 100% Mastic None Detected Clear Non-fibrous Bound FT-6 A Sample Submitted for TEM Analysis RF-7 A Roof Caulk Homogeneous Beige 100% Caulk None Detected Non-fibrous Bound RF-8 A Roof Caulk Homogeneous Beige 100% Caulk None Detected Non-fibrous Bound RF-9 A Sample Submitted for TEM Analysis SU-10 A Sink Undercoating Heterogeneous Pink,Grey 80% 15% Mastic Silicates 5% Chrysotile Non-fibrous Bound SU-11 A Sample Not Analyzed per COC Page 2 of 4

18 ASBESTOS BULK ANALYSIS By: POLARIZING LIGHT MICROSCOPY Client: Froehling & Robertson 18 Woods Lake Road Greenville, SC CEI Lab Code: A Date Received: Date Analyzed: Date Reported: Project: City of Spartanburg Baseball Park ASBESTOS BULK PLM, EPA 600 METHOD Client ID Lab ID Lab Description Lab Attributes NON-ASBESTOS COMPONENTS Fibrous Non-Fibrous ASBESTOS % SU-12 A Sample Not Analyzed per COC WTX-13 A Stucco Wall Texture Heterogeneous Grey Non-fibrous Bound 65% 25% 10% Silicates Binder Paint None Detected WTX-14 A Stucco Wall Texture Heterogeneous Grey Non-fibrous Bound 65% 25% 10% Silicates Binder Paint None Detected WTX-15 A Stucco Wall Texture Heterogeneous Grey Non-fibrous Bound 65% 25% 10% Silicates Binder Paint None Detected Page 3 of 4

19 LEGEND: Non-Anth = Non-Asbestiform Anthophylite Non-Trem = Non-Asbestiform Tremolite Calc Carb = Calcium Carbonate METHOD: EPA 600 / R93 / 116 and EPA 600 / M4-82 / 020 The detection limit for the method is <1% by visual estimation and 0.25% by 400 point counts or 0.1% by 1,000 point counts. Due to the limitations of the EPA 600 Method, nonfriable organically bound materials (NOBs) such as vinyl floor tiles can be difficult to analyze via polarizing light microscopy (PLM). EPA recommends that all NOBs analyzed by PLM, and found not to contain asbestos, be further analyzed by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). Please note that PLM analysis of dust and soil samples for asbestos is not covered under NVLAP accreditation. This report may not be reproduced, except in full, without written approval by CEI LABS. CEI LABS makes no warranty representation regarding the accuracy of client submitted information in preparing and presenting analytical results. This report may not be used by the client to claim product endorsement by NVLAP or any other agency of the U. S. Government. ANALYST: Susannah Small APPROVED BY: Tianbao Bai, Ph.D. Laboratory Director CEI Labs, 107 New Edition Court, Cary, NC 27511, Phone: (866) Page 4 of 4

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22 ASBESTOS BULK ANALYSIS By: TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY Client: Froehling & Robertson 18 Woods Lake Road Greenville, SC Project: City of Spartanburg Baseball Park CEI Lab Code: T Date Received: Date Analyzed: Date Reported: TEM BULK CHATFIELD Client ID Lab ID Material Description Sample Weight (g) Organic Material % Acid Soluble Material % Acid Insoluble Material % Asbestos % FT-6 Faux Slate Floor Tile None T18919 Detected FT-6 Mastic None T18920 Detected RF-9 Roof Caulk None T18921 Detected This report may not be reproduced, except in full, without written approval by CEI LABS. CEI LABS makes no warranty representation regarding the accuracy of client submitted information in preparing and presenting analytical results. ANALYST: Rachael Polmanteer APPROVED BY: Tianbao Bai, Ph.D. Laboratory Director CEI Labs, 107 New Edition Court, Cary, NC 27511, Phone: (866) Page 1 of 1

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26 APPENDIX III PHOTO LOG

27 2100 Southport Road ACM Inspection Spartanburg, South Carolina 1. View of Hwy 295 Baseball Park Scoring Tower 2. View of drywall sample DW-1 location Inspection date December 23, 2013

28 2100 Southport Road ACM Inspection Spartanburg, South Carolina 3. View of floor tile sample FT-4 location 4. View of roofing flashing sample RF-7 location Inspection date December 23, 2013

29 2100 Southport Road ACM Inspection Spartanburg, South Carolina 5. View of wall texture sample WTX-13 location 6. View of sink undercoating samples SU-10 location Inspection date December 23, 2013

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