Monday, March 28, 2011

Harvard Removes Asbestos in Occupied Residence

Harvard's real estate division formerly known as Harvard Planning and Real Estate changed its name to Harvard Real Estate Services. It is obvious that planning was removed from its core services. In 2009 Harvard began extensive remodeling of two of its residential buildings. Other buildings were vacated by Harvard. But this operation was done with residents in place. You will see how their latest management for this area acted as if he was trying to ensure that the maximum amount of asbestos remained in the building. Holes were created in the ceilings where the asbestos was removed. Tenants remained in place, not being told about the asbestos. New elevators were installed before the removal. Installation of new mailboxes began before the asbestos removal was started.

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