Boulder City News

Posted on: September 22, 2015

Air Quality Monitoring for the I-11 Project

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The construction of the I-11 Design-Build Project will require the movement of more than 5 million cubic yards of rock and earth, a portion of which may contain Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA). Construction activities could cause asbestos fibers to become airborne. In order to mitigate this risk to our project's work force and the public, we have put in place an extensive dust control and air monitoring program to verify that our construction activities are not increasing the risk of adversely impacting either of these groups. Additionally, for more than a year prior to construction, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) has measured the background ambient air quality at locations throughout Boulder City. During construction, we will continue to monitor the perimeter of the project right away and will make the data available on a monthly basis from this website. Protecting the health of our workforce and the public is our utmost priority. This link will provide up to date information on the air quality monitoring in our community,

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