Project snapshot highlights:

  • Efficient installation of 134,350 square feet of Nitra-Seal despite challenging weather conditions.
  • Successfully met tight construction schedules, saving time and money.
  • Ensured long-term protection from contaminants like TCE, benzene, and metals.

A multi-family residential development in North Carolina, constructed near a former industrial area with TCE, benzene, and metal contamination, required a robust vapor barrier to mitigate vapor intrusion risks. The Nitra-Seal Nitrile Advanced Contaminant Vapor Barrier system was chosen for its chemical protection and cost-effectiveness. Despite heavy rains and a complex installation process, 134,350 square feet of Nitra-Seal were installed on schedule by a Land Science Certified Applicator, ensuring future residents’ safety and compliance with regulatory standards.