Amphetamine Impact Assessments
  1. Indicative sampling for the presence or absence of amphetamine indicators
  2. Quantitative sampling to identify the range and scale of amphetamine contamination
  3. Detailed inspection to locate indicators and consequences of amphetamine use or productions within a property
  4. Preparation of detailed scopes of works to provide efficient remediation

Understanding the likely locations of and consequences on a property of amphetamine use, as well as the potentially devastating impacts of production, means that Building Sciences’ analysts can provide concise and targeted inspections of potentially impacted properties. Reports provide the reader with a detailed understanding of the presence, absence or scale of any identified problem. This is followed up with a detailed scope of works that ensure effective and swift remediation of the property.