Indoor Air Quality Due Diligence

Doing All That You Can to Ensure the Safety and Health of Building Occupants

Our Indoor Air Quality Due DiligenceTM service package was designed specifically for newly constructed sensitive environments such as schools, hospitals and long-term care facilities, although Clients are utilizing this service on many other types of projects such as office buildings, multi-unit residential developments, and various types of commercial properties.

These are detailed indoor air quality hazard assessments that include evaluation of the air quality, and of the ventilation system’s functional performance.  Modeled after health and safety due diligence principles, the intent is to assist Clients who want to demonstrate that they did everything reasonably practical to ensure that the indoor environment is safe for occupants.

All testing is backed by industry-leading credentials, and is designed to be legally defensible.  All assessments are planned and managed by individuals with the following credentials: Council-Certified Indoor Environmental Consultant (CIEC), CIH (Certified Industrial Hygienist), ROH (Registered Occupational Hygienist) and Council-Certified Microbial Consultant (CMC).  These four designations represent the highest levels of credentialing in the world for these types of assessments, and provides the Client with some peace of mind that they have had their assessment performed by highly competent and highly trained professionals.  All project reports include signatures from consultants with all of the above mentioned credentials.

Through the use of our extensive knowledge of industry recommended practices, equipment manufacturer’s recommended sampling procedures, an intimate knowledge of the types of air quality hazards that typically exist in new buildings, we ensure that quality, representative data is obtained for the building, and that any identified deficiencies are clearly documented with accompanying recommendations.  Building occupants are protected, and the Client is too.