If you wish to discuss any of our services or request a visit from one of our professional specialists, make sure to get in touch with CAS today. To request a quote, fill out our contact form below, and we’ll be in touch.
Here at CAS, we provide a wide range of asbestos-related services. Our goal is to assist in making buildings safe with services ranging from asbestos management, surveys and remediation to contaminated land project management. We’re a brand-new company manned by a team with many years of experience. Our work covers areas including Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, and Sussex.
When it comes managing hazardous materials and ensuring the safety of any building or area of land, you need a proven team of professionals by your side. The CAS team provides a wide range of services, listed below, of which we have many years of experience carrying out. Read on to find out more.
If you require remediation, make sure to call our professional team for a quote to remove, and dispose of asbestos.
Let us create a bespoke management plan that will inform you of everything you need to know about any asbestos in your property.
In these trying times, it’s important to protect your employees and customers from the serious, virulent effects of COVID-19.
At CAS, we provide training and advice such as asbestos awareness courses.
To identify a specific type of asbestos, it must be sampled, and bulk analysed in a specialist lab. This is a service that we at CAS provide.
To ensure controls are in place to manage legionella-related risks to water systems, we provide both testing and L8 monitoring solutions.
If you suspect an area of land has been contaminated or know for a fact it has been, you’ll require contaminated land project management.
We can provide you with scheduled PAT testing to ensure the safety and legal compliance of all your electrical appliances.
Take no risks with the safety of your employees and customers. Enlist CAS to perform a fire risk assessment today.
The word ‘asbestos’ describes a group of minerals comprised of microscopic fibres. Asbestos was historically used for insulation, flooring, fireproofing, and roofing. When damaged or disturbed, the fibres can be inhaled, causing damage to the lungs leading to chronic illnesses, such as asbestosis and mesothelioma. Its use is now banned in the UK, though to this day, it still exists in many buildings built before 2000.
Dorset, Wiltshire, Hampshire, Devon, Somerset, Sussex, Surrey and throughout the Country
Here at CAS, we assist clients across a wide range of sectors. Whether domestic or commercial from construction and retail to transport, housing, and education, wherever asbestos might be present, you can always call on us. Given its prevalent use in construction for many, many decades, asbestos features in millions of buildings built before 2000, spread out across the UK. If you suspect yours might be a candidate, call us right away.