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CASE STUDIES


Every project presents a unique collection of complexities and considerations. Our on-site and management teams work closely to develop and implement innovative solutions for each project.

Government Conference Centre

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Type of job

Asbestos Abatement

Project Owner

Public Works – Government of Canada

Number of Team Members

75

Description

This project was completed within six months and required the removal of 3,500 tons of asbestos containing materials. Our team developed innovative solutions to optimize productivity and remain on schedule. The on-site team included government cleared employees, consecutive double shifts, and work carefully performed around heritage features.

Construction Comment

Marie Curie Public School

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Type of job

Asbestos Abatement

Project Owner

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario (CEPEO)

Number of Team Members

20

Description

Inflector Environmental Services removed harmful asbestos found in fireproofing insulation within this public elementary school. Removal required significant resources – double shifting night and day – and the scrapping of over 20,000 square feet using advanced water and supplied air systems.

Bayview Yards

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Type of job

Asbestos AbatementLead Remediation

Project Owner

Innovation Centre

Number of Team Members

10-15

Description

This project required asbestos abatement throughout the entire building within a very tight, four month timeframe. Removal involved sandblasting over 200,000 sq ft of hazardous lead paint from ceilings and wall, type 3 removal of asbestos plaster off concrete block, ACM floor tile pipe insulation, toxic bird excrement removal, restoration of heritage windows to be reused, and PCB removal from entire property.

Museum of Science and Technology

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Type of job

Mould Remediation

Project Owner

Museum of Science and Technology

Number of Team Members

20-25

Description

Required planning and innovative solutions to discretely decontaminate the majority of the Museum contents, while protecting the safety of its employees and public. Our team coordinated the safe removal of 25,000 priceless artifacts and sensitive materials as the result of a leaky roof. Given the media attention surrounding this project, Inflector was able to handle the job with discretion & deflect engagement from the media.

Read about the discreet project:

The Albatross
The Ottawa Citizen

160 Elgin – Place Bell

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Type of job

Asbestos Abatement

Project Owner

HR Reit / Ellis Don

Number of Team Members

45

Description

This project included asbestos drywall removal, plaster removal and asbestos fireproofing removal, as well the removal of flooring, and confined space removal of asbestos concrete piping throughout the perimeter of the building.

Rota Virus Clean Up (Emergency Response)

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Type of Job

Emergency Response

Project Owner

Christie Lake Kids

Number of Team Members

Up to 35

Description

Christy Lake Camp for kids contacted Inflector’s emergency response team directly, immediately after Public Health Canada had shut the camp down. An incoming camper had brought the virus to the camp which immediately began to spread throughout the camp and campers became extremely ill. Within 24hours of the call, Inflector had a full team of 25 certified and trained hazardous clean up technicians onsite. Inflector worked with Public Health to provide a clear and precise scope of work that exceeded the requirements for virus and disease clean up in Canada. Inflector had only two weeks to clear 50 buildings across 80 acres of land. This schedule was extremely tight; the next session of summer camp was starting and we were all determined not to disappoint the next session of children. Inflector used specialized cleaning chemical machines, as well denomination showers and chambers, to ensure their workers safety and to make sure the disease did not spread further. Christie Lake is a charitable organization that allows under privileged youth to have an experience at summer camp like those from more fortunate back grounds. The project was a complete success and we encourage you to contact Christie Lake for references of our emergency response team’s capabilities.

3 Building Decommissioning (Asbestos, PCBs removal)

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Type of job

Asbestos AbatementEnvironmental Contracting

Project Owner

N/A

Number of Team Members

25-40

Description

Inflector was the successful low bidder on the tender to remove and dispose of asbestos contained in; plaster, drywall, floor tiles, piping, as well as the PCB containments from 3 large buildings, including a heating plant. This work required secret level 1 clearance for all employees and multiple phasing. Inflector worked on this project for over a year, demonstrating the ability to price work accurately, provide technicians and supervision with high level clearance, and meet schedule requirements. For more details, send us a request at operations@inflector.ca