Background: Eastman Kodak Company needed to consolidate production facilities and operations at Kodak Park when they decided to change its business focus from a photographic film manufacturer. Kodak Park is a 120-year-old physical plant that spreads over 1000 acres with more than 200 buildings totaling over 15 million square feet of production facilities.
Challenge: Paradigm Environmental was contracted as Project Manager to oversee asbestos & hazardous waste characterization for decommissioning at Kodak Park.
- Laboratory Analysis
- TEM,PLM,PCM Microscope
- Environmental Chemistry
- Project Management
- Lead & PCB Analysis
Value Added: Paradigm Environmental worked with inspectors, engineers and contractors who performed field sampling for this large project. Paradigm completed all analysis and generated reports for the project. Additional duties included project scheduling, client services and training of technical staff. Turnaround time for deliverables was expedited and time sensitive during the five year duration of the first phase. Paradigm’s laboratory was available 24/7 and centrally located for samples needing an immediate response.
Our success is attributable to our expertise and ability to work closely with our clients. We provide the exact level of support that they need and strive to work as an extension of our client’s staff. This approach enables us to recognize any potential problems which may arise during the course of a project.