The presence of volatile compounds in soil and groundwater, such as petroleum hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents, offers the potential for chemical vapors to migrate upward through unprotected building floor slabs. Over time, these vapors can adversely affect the indoor air quality of a building, potentially causing a risk to human health. A vapor intrusion investigation can assess if you have an indoor air problem or the potential for one. If needed, a variety of vapor mitigation systems are available that can be designed to meet your needs; whether the mitigation system is integrated with new construction or retrofitted into an existing building.
BrightFields can assist by evaluating potential vapor intrusion pathways and providing mitigation services in both residential and commercial properties. A leader in vapor intrusion and mitigation services, BrightFields assisted in the development of the Delaware Department of Natural Resource’s (DNREC) Vapor Intrusion Policy. In 2004, BrightFields aided in the design and managed the installation of the first long-term residential vapor intrusion monitoring system in the State of Delaware. With over 10 years of experience conducting vapor intrusion investigations and working with multiple types of vapor mitigation systems; we can help you navigate through your state’s requirements and the clean up options to ensure the indoor air at your property is safe.
BrightFields vapor intrusion investigation and mitigation services include:
- Collection and analysis of soil gas, sub-slab gas, and indoor air samples
- Data evaluation and risk assessment
- Design of commercial and residential vapor intrusion mitigation systems
- Installation of sub-slab vapor barrier systems
- Oversight and inspection of vapor mitigation system installations
- Reporting per state-specific requirements