Dean Lamborn, CIH
Industrial Hygienist


B.S., Ceramic Science and Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1985


Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), 2002
Developing Remediation Strategy and Writing Specifications for a Building Mold Remediation Project
NJ Licensed Inspector/Risk Assessor
Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor for Housing/Public Buildings
NITON® Manufacturer's Training - Radiation Safety/Monitoring
Lead Based Paint Risk Assessment
Building Inspector / Management Planner
Sampling and Evaluating Airborne Asbestos Dust, NIOSH 582


Mr. Lamborn has 14 years of experience encompassing:

  • Industrial Hygiene Surveys
  • Safety Surveys and Investigations
  • Indoor Air Quality Survey Assessments
  • Mold Investigations and/or Evaluations
  • Moisture Surveys related to water damage insurance claims
  • Asbestos Inspections, Assessments, and Management Plans
  • Lead Investigations and Assessments


    Microbiological and Moisture Investigations

    Mr. Lamborn has conducted over 200 microbiological and moisture intrusion investigations in response to emergency water releases, sewage back-ups, liquid flow, and high humidity conditions. By sampling and investigation, Mr. Lamborn has identified the scope of remedial efforts in structural and HVAC systems. He has performed post remediation sampling at completion of remediation projects and follow-up after restoration services have been provided to clients.

    Indoor Air Quality Assessments - Federal, State and Local Facilities

    Mr. Lamborn assisted the Veterans Administration in responding to building occupants' IAQ concerns at its Philadelphia, PA facility. He assisted in sampling strategies to evaluate microbiological contamination in their buildings and HVAC units.

    Mr. Lamborn assisted the PA Liquor Control Board investigate mold, microbiological, and indoor air quality issues in their retail stores and provided relevant recommendations for remediating microbiological growth and improving overall IAQ.

    Additionally, he investigated a municipal building for Newtown Township due to IAQ concerns over microbiological contamination.
    Other clients he has performed investigative and proactive IAQ assessments for include:

    Bangor, Bethlehem, and Stroudsburg Area School District; Nazareth, Neshaminy, and Rose Tree-Media School Districts; Educational Testing Services; Glaxo Smith Kline; Cooper, Delaware County Memorial, Cooper, Hahnemann Medical, and Valley Hospitals; Lockheed Martin; McGraw Hill; Pennsylvania Departments of Public Utility Commission, Public Welfare, and State Police; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; etc.

    Industrial Hygiene Assessments - Various Clients

    Mr. Lamborn was responsible for assessing exposure to lead, silica, chromium, and respirable dust for an industrial contractor during the demolition and rebuild of glass furnaces for television picture tube production facilities in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Additionally, he served as site safety officer for the contractor in order to help improve worker safety.

    He has served as industrial hygienist and asbestos project designer for the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DODDS). Dean was part of a project that surveyed schools located on U.S. military bases overseas for asbestos containing materials and provided abatement design specifications for any materials designated to be in a friable condition that would be disturbed as part of a renovation project.

    Numerous industrial hygiene exposure assessments were performed for clients in a variety of settings including:

  • Contractors working in steel mills
  • Hospital workers with exposures to glutaraldehyde, noise, and microbiological agents
  • Printing facilities with exposures to volatile organics, methylene chloride, noise, and other exposures
  • Electrical generating facilities with lead, arsenic, dust, noise, and other exposures
  • Industrial facilities with over 40 different contaminants sampled

    Building Inspections/Management Plans - Pennsylvania School Districts

    Mr. Lamborn has assisted school districts throughout Pennsylvania perform asbestos inspections to meet federal Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) requirements, inspected commercial and residential buildings for the presence of asbestos containing materials (ACM), and served as environmental quality assurance monitor for single and multiple story structures undergoing asbestos abatement projects.

    In addition, he has assisted in the development of management plans and has provided 3-year re-inspections and/or 6-month surveillance inspections for schools and facilities in order to keep their management plans current and updated.

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