Widely used through 1970s, lead paint is now considered the most dangerous environmental pollutant in the world for children. Worldwide, more than one million kids suffer from lead poisoning every year. While lead paint hasn’t been used in schools, homes or businesses in the San Jose area for many years, older buildings can still harbor lead paint that is dangerous to human health.
At CAL INC, we have more than 30 years of experience with lead paint abatement, remediation and removal for property owners throughout San Jose. We're proud to put our lead paint abatement experience and expertise to work on behalf of residential, commercial and government clients in San Jose.
If you feel there may be a need for lead paint abatement in your San Jose home, business or school, it's essential that you work with a specially trained and licensed lead paint abatement contractor who can safely remove dangerous lead paint and debris. At CAL INC, we're proud to provide lead paint abatement and remediation at properties of all sizes in San Jose. We've handled both large- and small-scale lead paint abatement projects and employ only the best lead paint abatement professionals in our industry.
We use a variety of lead paint abatement techniques to completely, safely remove lead paint from homes, offices, schools and plants in San Jose. The techniques we use include:
We offer a wide variety of lead paint abatement services for San Jose including:
San Jose is primarily a farming community that boomed after World War II veterans returned from overseas looking to make a life in the country they had just finished defending. This in combination with the recent industrialization of the area due to the war effort was a perfect recipe for a booming economy.
Hosting some worldwide brands such as IBM, Cisco, eBay, and Adobe make this a beacon for technology and other people looking to strike it rich in the Silicon Valley. While the populations head is clearly technology minded, they still have fantastic sports teams such as the San Jose Sharks, and the San Jose Earthquakes.
CAL INC has built a reputation for outstanding customer service by being responsive to our client's needs and accommodating to their requests. This factor, combined with our construction expertise, and our near flawless safety record, are all keys to CAL INC's success. Safety is the number one priority at CAL INC as demonstrated by our Experience Modification rate (EMR) of .83. CAL INC’s goal each year is Zero incidents. Our safety process can be ranked among the most effective anywhere. We emphasize prevention and our safety performance statistics show that we are successful.
CAL INC is an ISNetworld member in good standing, with a passing grade to work with our clients.
ISN streamlines processes, saving time and improving safety standards. ISNetworld helps to standardize contractor management across multiple sites and geographic regions, clearly communicate requirements and expectations and exchange data with other internal systems. The result is lower incident rates and higher compliance numbers.
Our ISNetworld member number is 400-231976. If you have any questions relating to safety, please contact our Safety Manager at (707) 446-7996.
Gold Shovel Standard (GSS) is a nonprofit organization committed to improving workforce and public safety and the integrity of buried infrastructure. GSS believes that greater transparency in all aspects of damage prevention among buried-asset operators, locators and excavators is essential to drive continuous improvement, and vital to increasingly safe working conditions and communities.
Standardized damage prevention measurements are a key part of the GSS mission, and the establishment and broad deployment of metrics are core components of Gold Shovel Standard’s efforts to improve public and workforce safety. Gold Shovel Standard believes that no significant reduction in damages will be obtained unless all responsible parties (operators, excavators, locators) continuously improve, and measurements underpin continuous improvement.
Every six minutes in the United States, an underground utility line is damaged during excavation work. In 2014, PG&E experienced nearly 2,000 dig-ins to our underground facilities—that's almost six dig-ins per day, resulting in $11 million in damage for the year.
In response, PG&E launched the Gold Shovel Standard, a first-of-its kind excavation safety program designed to reduce dig-ins and protect PG&E's underground gas and electric system. With safety as highest priority, PG&E developed the Gold Shovel Standard Certification process to ensure that PG&E's hired contractors adhere to the safest excavation standards. Safe excavation prevents injuries, property damage, inconvenient outages, project delays and high costs.
Beginning January 1, 2016, contractors who wish to excavate or subcontract out excavation work for PG&E must obtain Gold Shovel Standard Certification by making a commitment to safe digging practices in accordance with the California "One Call Law" (California Government Code 4216) and the Common Ground Alliance best practices for excavation.
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As a construction, hazardous materials, and lead abatement, clean up, & removal contractor for over 35 years, CAL INC holds licensing in the state of California in General Engineering (A), General Construction (B), Asbestos (Asb) and Hazardous Materials (Haz), Building, Moving/Demolition Contractor (C-21), and Roofing Contractor (C-39).
CAL-INC provides Asbestos abatement and disposals services, lead paint abatement and removal, mold remediation, demolition, PCB/Transformer removal and disposal, stormwater consulting and BMP, general construction and remodel services across Northern and Central California, including the communities of Vacaville, Fairfield, Sacramento, Richmond, San Francisco, Vallejo, Woodland, Davis, Concord, Walnut Creek,
Oakland, Fremont, Stockton, Modesto, Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Napa, Redding, Red Bluff, Eureka, Berkeley, Chico, Rio Vista, Antioch, Winters, Sebastapol, Novato, San Mateo, Palo Alto, Redwood City, Livermore, San Ramon, Dublin, Tracy, Calistoga, St. Helena, Marysville, Yuba City, Oroville, San Jose, Mountain View, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Sonoma, Martinez, Antioch, Rio Vista, Pinole, San Pablo, Alameda, San Leandro, Hayward, Castro Valley, Union
City, Milpitas, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, Burlingame, Rocklin, Roseville, Folsom , Rancho Cordova, Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Galt, Lodi, Manteca, Tracy, Danville, Pleasanton, Merced, and the counties of Solano, Sacramento, Contra Costa, Alameda, Yolo, Mendocino, San Joaquin, Marin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, El Dorado, Placer, Sutter, Yuba, Butte, Glenn, Lake, Tehama, and Shasta.