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1090 Bristol RoadMountainside, NJ 07092(908) 654-8068(800) 783-0567Fax 908-654-8069Like usFollow us @LEWCorporationASBESTOS SURVEY REPORTPerformed At:PAUL WALDMAN57 Bridgewaters Dr Apt 19 UNIT 19Oceanport, NJ 07757Performed For:CB&I200 Horizon Center BlvdTrenton, NJ 08691Prepared By:LEW Corporation1090 Bristol RoadMountainside, NJ 07092Phone (908) 654-8068Fax(908) 654-8069Inspection Date: 10/23/2014 08:30 amProject Number: 140900


CONTACT INFORMATIONSite:Site Name:Street Address:Year of Construction:Client:Client Contact:Client Name:Street AddressPhone Number:PAUL WALDMAN57 Bridgewaters Dr Apt 19 UNIT 19Oceanport, NJ 077571986Dan PaetzoldCB&I200 Horizon Center BlvdTrenton, NJ 08691(855) 287-7736Asbestos Inspector:Site Assessor Name:Neil WendtAHERA Certification #: 42097Signature:Date:October 28, 2014Consultant:Organization:Street:City, State & Zip:Phone Number:Web Address:LEW Corporation1090 Bristol RoadMountainside, New Jersey Organization:Street:City, State & Zip:Phone Number:EMSL Analytical, Inc.107 Haddon AvenueWestmont, New Jersey 08108800-220-3675CB&I – – Asbestos Bulk SamplingL:\Jobs 2014\140900\57 Bridgewaters Dr Apt 19\RRE0002457 R02 AsbestosReport.pdf.docPrepared by: LEW Corporation10/28/14Page 3

Executive SummaryOn 10/23/2014 08:30 am, Neil Wendt, of LEW Corporation performed a limited survey forasbestos containing materials at 57 Bridgewaters Dr Apt 19 UNIT 19, Oceanport, NJ 07757. Theinspection was conducted to determine the presence of asbestos containing materials (ACM) thatwill be impacted during the renovation, demolition and/or elevation of the residential property. NoACM was identified during the survey. Roofing could not be safely sampled and should beconsidered PACM until tested.CB&I – – Asbestos Bulk SamplingL:\Jobs 2014\140900\57 Bridgewaters Dr Apt 19\RRE0002457 R02 AsbestosReport.pdf.docPrepared by: LEW Corporation10/28/14Page 4

IntroductionLEW Corporation was retained by CB&I to perform a limited survey at 57 Bridgewaters Dr Apt 19UNIT 19, Oceanport, NJ 07757 for the presence of asbestos containing building materials (ACBM).The property is slated for renovation, demolition or elevation.BackgroundOn 10/23/2014 08:30 am, Neil Wendt of LEW Corporation surveyed the accessible areas of theproperty. The scope of work for this project was limited to observing the areas indicated, bulksampling accessible presumed asbestos containing building materials (PACBM), analyzing thesamples, and giving conclusions based on the results.Asbestos Survey ProceduresThe asbestos survey procedure consisted of a visual evaluation of exposed building materials tolocate and identify suspect ACM. The inspector looked at material type and overall condition aswell as any patchwork. Materials were assessed based upon the various types of presumedhomogeneity observed throughout the facility.LEW Corporation reminds that homogeneous sampling area contains material that is uniform intexture, color, date of application, and appears identical in every other respect. Materials installedat different times belong to separate homogeneous sampling areas. The selection ofhomogeneous sampling areas is a subjective process. If there is any reason to suspect thatmaterials might be different even though they appear uniform, LEW Corporation will assign them toseparate homogeneous sampling areas. For example, materials in different wings of a building ondifferent floors, or in special areas such as cafeterias, machine shops, band rooms, etc, should beassigned to separate homogeneous sampling areas unless there is a good reason to believe thatthe material is identical throughout.Since destructive sampling was not conducted, we did not demolish any parts of the building toaccess any hidden materials. If suspect ACM that was not previously sampled is sighted duringany renovations, it should be sampled by a certified inspector or assumed to be asbestos. Attentionis directed to Appendix A “General Statements Concerning Asbestos Inspections”.Samples were shipped to EMSL Analytical via Federal Express. In accordance with theEmergency Adoption by the New Jersey Health and Senior Services June 5, 2006 and clarificationdocumentation, samples were analyzed using procedure found in “Test Method-Method forDetermination of Asbestos on Bulk Building Materials” EPA 600/R-93/116, July 1993. Friablematerial materials were analyzed utilizing using Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM). Non-friableorganically bound (NOB) materials and problem matrices were gravimetrically reduced andanalyzed by PLM. If the result was less than or equal to 10% asbestos, the sample is pointcounted. Only when PLM analysis indicates that a sample contains 1% or less, including noasbestos, shall the sample be analyzed by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM).CB&I – – Asbestos Bulk SamplingL:\Jobs 2014\140900\57 Bridgewaters Dr Apt 19\RRE0002457 R02 AsbestosReport.pdf.docPrepared by: LEW Corporation10/28/14Page 5

“Wall Systems” (joint compound, tape and wallboard) were analyzed according EPA, 40 CFR Part61, Subpart M, 55 FR 48406, Asbestos NESHAP Clarification Regarding Analysis of Multi-LayeredSystems, effective on December 19, 1995. Excerpts of this clarification states:“ This clarification basically stated that all multi-layered systems exceptfor wall systems where joint compound was used only at the joints andnail holes must be analyzed as separate materials, and results were notallowed to be combined to determine average asbestos content(continuing the policy that dilution of an asbestos-containing materialis not allowed).”LEW Corporation follows AHERA (40 CFR Part 763, Subpart E) protocol for bulk sampling due toits stringency unless if applicable, other arrangements are requested by the client and agreed withLEW Corporation.The following is a chart indicating the samples taken in this survey.The apartment unit and apartment unit building exterior A-wall pertains to the wall that faces thestreet address, then the remaining walls are named in clockwise order.Sample 519-1023-B6HA #112233MaterialOld DrywallOld DrywallNew DrywallNew DrywallOld DrywallOld DrywallLocationGarageGarageGarageGarageBedroom 3 ClosetBedroom 3 ClosetEst. Quantity240 sqft240 sqft150 sqft150 sqft90 sqft90 sqftIn Surfacing Materials case (like fireproofing), EPA in its guidance document: Asbestos inBuildings, Simplified Sampling Scheme for Friable Surfacing Materials (EPA 560/5-85-03a,October 1985, AKA “Pink Book”) recommends that 9 samples per homogenous area should betaken, with nine samples the likelihood of detecting asbestos when is present is very high,however, LEW Corporation might follow as a minimum the “AHERA’s 3,5,7 rule” which specifiestaking 3 samples per each homogenous area that is 1000 SF or less, 5 samples per eachhomogenous area greater than 1000 SF but less than o

Oceanport, NJ 07757 Performed For: CB&I 200 Horizon Center Blvd Trenton, NJ 08691 Prepared By: LEW Corporation 1090 Bristol Road Mountainside, NJ 07092 Phone (908) 654-8068 Fax (908) 654-8069 Inspection Date: 10/23/2014 08:30 am Project Number: 140900 1090 Bristol Road Mountainside, NJ 07092 (908) 654-8068 (800) 783-0567 Fax 908-654-8069

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