Bayview Environmental Services, Inc. was awarded the asbestos abatement project at the California State Capitol for the remediation of the hazardous materials (asbestos & lead paint) prior to the demolition of the State Annex Building. The Annex Building is a 6- story building which was built after the Historic State Capitol Building and was built and attached directly to the back side of the State Capitol. Bayview teamed up with FERMA Corporation to provide a competitive bid to Turner Construction for the abatement and demolition of the building. FERMA Corporation was awarded the complete project and Bayview was sub-contracted under FERMA to perform the hazardous materials abatement.
The abatement included the removal and disposal of asbestos floor tile, mastic and leveling compound which was discovered on five of the six floors of the building. The scope included removing the asbestos pipe insulation and removal of loose and peeling paint prior to the demolition.
The project totaled more than 210,000 square feet of building area plus a parking garage which was located beneath the structure.
The project kicked off in January of 2022 with the Enabling work which was the preparation and separation phase of the two buildings.