"New Horizons' staff are diligent in their work. They know the environmental regulations and how to comply with them. And they do it all at a really good price!"

Tara L. Gilbert, CHMM
Nebraska Army National Guard
Environmental Assistance Coordinator




"Stephanie and her team were very responsive and worked diligently to ensure the project was a success."

Paula Yancy
Sprint Center, Project Manager



Sample Projects:


Former Biochemistry Hall
Lincoln, Nebraska

Biochemistry Hall

New Horizons was contracted by the University of Nebraska - Lincoln to provide asbestos abatement and building demolition for the former Biochemistry Hall on East Campus.  Asbestos abatement work included over 13,000 SF of floor tile and mastic, 1,400 mechanical fittings and 3,700 SF of exterior caulking in addition to transite panels, ceiling texture and chemical counter tops.  For demolition of the building, New Horizons coordinated the work with a subcontractor.  The project came in on schedule and budget. 


Bancroft School Redevelopment
Kansas City, Missouri

Bancroft School Redevelopment

New Horizons was pleased to be a part of the Bancroft School Redevelopment project with the Dalmark Development Group that turned a former elementary school into housing units with amenities such as a gymnasium and auditorium.  New Horizons provided asbestos sampling and abatement, lead-based paint inspection, lead-based paint stabilization, interior demolition, and buiding cleanup for the project.  To help move the project along, New Horizons was able to complete its work in stages, working a floor at a time, to allow for other work to be completed in other areas of the building.  Asbestos abatement work included removal of a boiler and floor tile and mastic throughout the school.  Lead stabilization was performed on nearly 27,000 SF of walls and 19,000 SF of ceiling.  Loose paint was also scraped from an additional 24,000 SF of wall.  New Horizons also provided environmental consulting work for the project that included radon testing and lead-based paint sampling.




63rd & Prospect Redevelopment
Kansas City, Missouri

63rd and Prospect

New Horizons was selected by the City of Kansas City, Missouri to play a vital role in the 63rd & Prospect Redevelopment Project.  New Horizons established a regulated area and provided a licensed Asbestos Supervisor to oversee excavation.  New Horizons worked to help excavation stay on clean soil, but when contaminated soil was encountered, New Horizons used engineering controls to avoid any contamination.  Soil found to be clean was used as back fill, while New Horizons properly disposed of any desbris and soil found to be contaminated by asbestos.



Heer's Building Redevelopment
Springfield, Missouri


New Horizons was selected by Heer's Luxury Living, LLC, to be a part of the Heer's Building Redevelopment project in Springfield, Missouri.  The former department store was converted into a luxury apartment building.  New Horizons started working on the project in the spring of 2013 when the building was under contract.  New Horizons completed complete building Hazardous Material Inspection and a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment.  New Horizons' tasks also included providing asbestos abatement, lead-based paint stabilization, and the interior demolition, such as ceilings, for the project.  Asbestos abatement work included removal of floor tile and approximately 41,000 SF of mastic throughout the building.  Lead stabilization work included scraping loose paint on walls, ceilings, and beams and encapsulation after loose paint was removed.  New Horizons has turned key the project to handle all environmental and interior demolition for the client.