Lead Abatement and
Demolition at Ford Of Canada St. Thomas Assembly Plant
A combined project management team developed and implemented a plan to remove and
dismantle, demolish and successfully decontaminate the Lead Solder Booth Line at Ford of
Canada St. Thomas Assembly Plant.
custom built containment area of over 20,000 square feet was enclosed from floor to
ceiling following Ontario Regulations Type 3 Operation Procedures and US-EPA Lead
The Lead Abatement and
dismantling of the Lead Solder Booth Line was an extremely difficult Demolition and
Environmental Decontamination project with a short window of opportunity, only 15 days
from start to completion.
Restoration Environmental Contractors were
retained by Ford Motor Company (Dearborn, Michigan and Ford of Canada) and referred to
their Project Managers, Allied Uniking of Tennessee and BFC Industrial of Cambridge.
Pinchin Environmental Consultants were the Environmental Consultants.
This Project was
completed between June 29 and July 14, 2000 for over $430,000.00.