Tag Archives: Construction

Why You Need Environmental Experts to Plan Industrial Construction

Why You Need Environmental Experts to Plan Industrial Construction

The planning and build of industrial structures that handle any type of environmentally hazardous materials need the knowledge of environmental construction experts. At Harbor Environmental Group, we understand the challenges and demands of this type of building in the Orange and Los Angeles County areas. Environmental Impact Planning Planning the construction of a business in […]

Planning Construction to Accommodate Hazardous Waste | Harbor Environmental

Planning Construction to Accommodate Hazardous Waste

The design and construction of commercial and industrial properties can involve intricate planning to house equipment, vehicles, offices, meeting rooms, and more. One area you don’t want to put off until the last moment is where you’ll house and store any necessary hazardous materials or waste. At Harbor Environmental Group, we specialize in careful planning […]

Construction Accidents and Biohazard Clean-Up

The construction industry follows many safety guidelines that prevent a majority of possible accidents, but events can occur that are unexpected and can cause traumatic injuries. Large amounts of blood and other biohazard materials left behind can keep everyone locked in the event and unable to process and move forward. It can also present a […]

History of Asbestos in the Construction Industry | Harbor Environmental Group

History of Asbestos in the Construction Industry

Human beings have a long history of using asbestos due to its properties of fire and heat resistance, and the Romans not only knew about asbestos but also knew something about the damaging effects it had on the health of people who mined it. While the use of asbestos materials is now banned for most […]

More Women Working in the Construction Industry | Orange County Waste Abatement

More Women Working in the Construction Industry

During World War II, large numbers of women entered the construction industry to take up jobs vacated by men who went to war. In the decades after this Rosie the Riveter era ended, women working in any capacity in the construction industry became a rarity. This trend reversed again in the 1980s, and women once […]