APEC currently maintains a crew of lead based paint abatement technicians and lead based
paint abatement supervisors certified for Occupational Exposure to Lead in Construction and
General Industry. An ABIH Certified Industrial Hygienist performs field LBP inspections and
administers APEC training in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.62 and 29 CFR 1910.1025.
Lead based paint abatement work is performed in strict accordance with OSHA health and safety
requirements provided in 29 CFR 1910 and 29 CFR 1926.

LBP Abatement

United States Navy – Emergent Repair Shop/Warehouse, Polaris Point, COMNAVMAR,
Guam:
APEC performed removal and disposal of lead-containing paint from seven warehouse
buildings and removed and disposed of other hazardous materials including mercury-containing
light ballasts. Client: Black Construction Corporation.

United States Navy –Removal and Disposal of Lead-Containing Paint at MCON P- 250
Waterfront Utilities Upgrade, Polaris Point, COMNAVMAR, Guam:
APEC provided certified
labor, materials and equipment to remove and dispose of leadcontaining paint from exterior CMU
walls, concrete pads, interior and exterior metal doors, and transformer shed supports at the
Alpha and Bravo Wharves and Substations located at Polaris Point, COMNAVMAR, Guam. Client:
Black Construction Corporation.

Naval Activities Branch, Removal and Disposal of Lead-Containing Paint Aboard the
USS FRANK CABLE, Guam Ship Repair Facility, Guam:
APEC-managed certified crews
removed and disposed of lead-containing paint from deck framing and bulkheads at various
locations aboard the USS FRANK CABLE while in dry dock for repairs. Work was performed on
nights and weekends to minimize exposure to other trades performing repair work. Client: Guam
Shipyard.

Removal and Disposal of Lead Containing Materials from Buildings 122 and 198, NCTS,
Guam:
APEC prepared a Work Plan and Health and Safety Plan and providedcertified labor,
materials and equipment to remove and dispose of 1,151 square feet of lead containing
materials (LCM) in Buildings 122 and 198 (X-Ray rooms), NCTS, Guam. Lead containing
materials were recycled on island. Client: Chugach Support Services.

LBP Inspection

Lead Based Paint Inspection of Lot 10070-A-3-R3, 1610A Kyn Josen Juana, Dededo,
Guam:
Performed a lead based paint inspection including collection and analysis of samples for
lead as part of a Phase I Environmental Assessment. APEC prepared a report summarizing
inspection and sample analytical results and specified areas requiring abatement. Client: US
Department of Agriculture.

Fujita Hotel, Lead Based Paint Building Inspection, Tumon, Guam: APEC performed a lead
based paint inspection including collection and analysis of samples for lead prior to hotel
demolition. APEC prepared a report summarizing inspection and sample analytical results and
specifying areas requiring abatement. Client: Maeda Pacific Corporation.

Lead-Based Paint Regulatory Compliance Monitoring for Housing Restoration Project,
Various Site Locations, Guam:
APEC performed lead-based paint inspections, removal
actions, and final clearance inspections associated with public housing restoration projects.
Client: Guam Housing Authority.

Interior Airborne Particulate Lead and Interior Paint Lead Content Bulk Tank
Investigation, Rota and Saipan, CNMI:
APEC performed lead investigation activities at Mobil
bulk fuel storage tanks on the islands of Rota and Saipan. Investigation activities included
particulate lead-in-air sampling and analysis, interior tank surface sampling, permit-required
confined space entry, and reporting. Client: Mobil Oil Marianas, Inc.
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