NEWS

AirQuest is helping rehabilitate condos in Miami Beach, FL after Hurricane Irma hit the area, causing water intrusion. AirQuest completed moisture mapping within multiple units and is currently working restoration oversight with the owners and contractors for this emergency response project.  

AirQuest will be exhibiting at the Florida Chamber’s 31st Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School from July 19-21. Come join us for some sun and visit us at booth #323! This year’s event is being held at the Harbor Beach Marriott in Fort Lauderdale. The Environmental Permitting Summer School has been held for the past 30 consecutive… Read more »

High levels of the pollutant ozone were recorded Tuesday and Wednesday and officials forecast a further increase in ozone concentrations today, May 11, 2017. Limit outdoor activities when possible as these air pollution levels are unhealthy for sensitive groups including include young children, the elderly, persons with respiratory ailments, and individuals who exercise vigorously. Link… Read more »

John Snyder is a highly experienced environmental professional and entrepreneurial business expert with over 25 years in the industry, making him a great addition to our team and expansion in Albany, NY. Mr. Snyder has vast knowledge in successfully launching, managing, and expanding several organizations. Mr. Snyder is an accomplished sales person and marketer, with… Read more »

Mr. Duque has  joined the AirQuest team as the Director of Environmental Services. With twenty five (25) years of environmental consulting experience managing accounts in both the private and public sectors in Florida, Latin America and the Caribbean,  Mr. Duque possesses strong negotiating skills in dealing with regulatory agencies, client operations and, industry demands resulting… Read more »

In December 2016 William “Mitch” Mitchell joined the AirQuest team as the Director of Industrial Hygiene Services. Mr. Mitchell has over twenty-two (22) years of diverse occupational health and safety management and industrial hygiene experience.  United States Air Force (Ret.), Mr. Mitchell has performed industrial hygiene duties for the Air Force for 20 years, then as… Read more »

. Every year over 300 people die in ladder-related accidents, and thousands suffer disabling injuries. Which is why the American Ladder Institute (ALI) is celebrating the first-ever National Ladder Safety Month, designed to raise awareness of ladder safety and to decrease the number of ladder-related injuries and fatalities. National Ladder Safety Month is the only movement dedicated exclusively to… Read more »

. Here’s what you need to know. Background: Respirable crystalline silica is produced by the drilling, cutting, and grinding of materials that contain silica, such as concrete, stone, and brick. Health effects of silica dust include silicosis, lung cancer, kidney disease, and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). The New Rule: The rule cuts the permissible exposure limit (PEL) for… Read more »

Job Summary: AirQuest is seeking an Industrial Hygienist candidate to support our industrial hygiene services at military installations across the United States. Specific Responsibilities: Perform a full range of occupational and environmental health engineering duties. Conduct industrial hygiene breathing zone and general area time weighted average (TWA) or short term exposure limit (STEL) air sampling…. Read more »

March 31, 2016 Growth oriented environmental and industrial hygiene consulting firm seeks a senior environmental, health & safety professional to join its team as a Senior Project Manager. The successful candidate must have an entrepreneurial spirit as demonstrated by the proven ability to engage, service, maintain, and delight clients. The ideal candidate is an entrepreneurial… Read more »