Educational Facility Case Study

Sasser Restoration Removes Mold From Local Schools



Project Overview

As the new school year approached, a North Carolina school system faced the challenge of mold growth in multiple schools discovered during late summer cleaning. Sasser Restoration swiftly responded to mitigate the situation in two schools, ensuring a safe environment for students, teachers, and staff without delaying the start of the 2023-2024 school year. Following the protocol established by a third-party Industrial Hygienist and adhering to industry standards like the IICRC S520, Sasser began mold remediation services promptly. A team of approximately 60 personnel was deployed to complete the project efficiently, prioritizing the safety and well-being of everyone returning to the buildings. Recognizing the urgency and sensitivity of the issue, Sasser Restoration maintained close collaboration with the school district, fostering open communication, a trusted partnership, and transparent procedures throughout the project’s duration.

Quick Facts

  • Project Duration: 10 days
  • Round Dollar Value: $1,000,000
  • Space Affected: 80,000 square feet.
  • Equipment Required: (50) 2,000 CFM Air Scrubbers, (20) Extra Large Dehumidifiers, and Temporary Power Generators

The Impact

The project was completed ahead of the predicted schedule. This expedited timeline made it safe for students, teachers and staff to return to the building before the start of the school year. Throughout the project, Sasser Restoration’s team provided interior climate control, mold remediation, structure cleaning and duct cleaning and remediation services. All areas were cleared by conducting a Post Remediation Verification by an independent third party through spore trap analysis and swab sampling. This project included classrooms, libraries, gymnasiums, cafeterias, office spaces and more.

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