Derrick Denis Shares His Building Restoration Expertise with R&R Magazine
Clark Seif Clark’s Vice President of IEQ shares his knowledge of vacating building occupants during restoration and remediation projects.
Making the call to vacate, or conversely to maintain occupancy, at a property should not be taken lightly.
In the September issue of Restoration & Remediation (R&R) magazine, Clark Seif Clark’s (CSC) Derrick A. Denis had the opportunity to provide his insight into the pros and cons of vacating a building that is part of a restoration or remediation project. The article, “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” sheds light on this touchy subject so that restoration and remediation professionals are not caught off-guard when it is time to make the tough call.
Throughout the article, Mr. Denis shares his thoughts and concerns regarding the ups and downs of vacating a property. He writes, “Making the call to vacate, or conversely to maintain occupancy, at a property should not be taken lightly. There are far reaching ramifications to consider, some involve human health and safety, some are economical and some are psychological. Evacuating the building can have consequences like additional living expenses, business interruption claims, lost lease renewals and bad press. Staying put can have negative impacts, such as putting people in harm’s way, opening up risk of litigation or citation and bad press.”
Derrick A. Denis, CIAQP, CAC, CIEC is Vice President of Indoor Environmental Quality for Clark Seif Clark, Inc., a leading indoor air quality consulting and industrial hygiene testing firm with multiple locations. Throughout his 20 year career, Mr. Denis has been involved in over 15,000 environmental health and safety projects. Presently, Mr. Denis is also 1st Vice President of the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) and is the Chapter Director of Phoenix Chapter of the IAQA. Mr. Denis recently presented on the topic of building evacuation at the October 2-3, 2014 Environmental Information Association (EIA) Southwest Regional Conference.
To view the full article, please visit Restoration & Remediation magazine at: www.randrmagonline.com/articles/86203-should-i-stay-or-should-i-go?v=preview
In addition, Mr. Denis was also quoted in the October issue of Real Simple magazine. The article, “The Air In There” discusses airborne contaminants that could be making people sick in their own homes.
To learn more about Clark Seif Clark’s indoor air quality, industrial hygiene or environmental, health and safety services, please visit www.csceng.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 807-1118.
About Clark Seif Clark, Inc.
CSC was established in 1989 to help clients in both public and private sectors address environmental, IAQ, and health and safety (EH&S) issues. CSC is a leading provider of these services with multiple offices along the western seaboard and southwest. The company believes in science-based protocols and has a strong background in engineering, making them the preferred environmental consultants to industrial clients, healthcare facilities, architects, schools, builders, contractors, developers and real estate professionals.
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