Preparing Lead Paint Removal Specifications — What Can Go Wrong?

From JPCL, October 2016

By Daniel A. O’Malley, KTA-Tator, Inc.

In a series of examples, the author presents written requirements from actual lead paint removal specifications, explains the abundance of errors that can result when language is conflicting, confusing or vague, and recommends alternatives to avoid discrepancies before the work is bid....


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Tagged categories: Air quality; Ambient lead level; Coating failure; Environmental Protection; Lead-Alkyd; Noise monitoring; Quality Control; Specification; Specification writing

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