Designing and installing a preventative vapor intrusion or radon mitigation system during pre-construction is significantly less expensive than installing a system once the building is complete. Since soil vapors can travel one hundred feet laterally and vertically it is important to conduct due diligence and identify the previous use of the property, as well as, neighboring properties. Clean Vapor specializes in the design and installation of energy efficient new construction mitigation systems. We earned the 2011 AARST Advancement in Science and Technology Award for our publication on innovations in the area of energy efficient new construction mitigation. Our energy efficient building monitoring and controls package can be integrated into your buildings management system. Clean Vapor's team can prepare a full design package, including Auto Cad drawings, for your project.
To learn more about our approach to mitigation in the construction of new buildings read the NAVFAC New Construction Mitigation Document that we prepared for the US Navy under a Battelle agreement.
Often times the installation of the Vapor Intrusion Mitigation System is one the lowest priorities in the General Contractor’s scope of work even though it has one of the highest impacts on the health of the building occupants. Frequently, when it comes time to activate a passive system, the building owner discovers that the sub slab collection piping is inoperable due to unplanned events usually associated with lack of experience and mismanagement that occurred during construction of the building. Having the system installed by a professional installation team that understands and is responsible for the system’s operation ensures that these potential events are minimized.
For the most efficient installation, Clean Vapor has the capabilities to see your new construction project through from beginning to end. Our team of installation experts, who specialize in Vapor Intrusion, can work alongside your other contractors to provide a full pre-construction installation.