Colorado Hazard Control knows that delivering a project to your complete satisfaction means having the best-trained team in the Rocky Mountains. We utilize state of the art work practices and equipment and have the knowledge and experience to manage any project, whether it's a small $2,000 weekend project or a large venture requiring complex logistics, multiple subcontractors and large work crews.
Throughout the entire process, we will ensure a safe and regulatory compliant project designed around your specific needs, that will, most times, be completed ahead of schedule. We offer hazardous material and demolition services, including mold, lead, asbestos, low level PCBs, and mercury. We know you'll be totally satisfied, because we only work with the best.
Get to know our team:
Daniel R. Beaver, Managing Member
After working in the private trades for 5 years, he accepted an opportunity to work for Denver Public Schools. The new position enabled Dan to remain in the construction field, as well as to migrate into the environmental field as the Environmental Safety Department's representative responsible for asbestos removal.
After working with the school district for 14 years Dan developed a clear understanding of how crucial it is to meet the needs of the entity you are assisting. Upon leaving the school district he accepted senior management positions with two of the largest abatement companies in the Colorado market. The positions included Senior Project Manager, Safety Director, Division Manager and Branch Vice President encompassing 10 additional years of experience.
With almost 25 years in the industry Dan discovered that to offer the best service he must start his own organization. The result of this discovery is Colorado Hazard Control, LLC, which Dan founded in 2006. It is an organization based on the core principals of being the safest, most economical and best trained group in the industry. As a family owned and run organization we are able to tightly control our activities and ensure each project meets not only our high expectations but those of our clients.
Dan's recreational activities include four wheeling, hunting, bike riding and anything involving his family. He has been married for twenty five years, and his wife is Co-owner of Colorado Hazard Control, LLC. He has three daughters and three grandchildren. Two of his daughters, one of his sons in-law and his mother-in-law work for the company.
Lynnelle Beaver, Managing Member
She is responsible for internal administrative operations including accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, bonding and all other aspects of the company's financial activities. Additionally, she is responsible for the human resources department including workers comp, employee benefits and insurance. Lynnelle also oversees the marketing department.
Finally, Lynnelle is the Safety Director for Colorado Hazard Control, as well as a member of the Safety Committee for the Boulder Chamber of Commerce that oversees all worker comp issues in that region. She also works closely with CEPA (Colorado Environmental Professionals Association), an association comprised of competitors, hygienists and consultants who work extensively in the asbestos industry.
Danaya Benedetto, Project Manager
As time went by, Danaya’s managerial skills compelled her into the project managing side of the company. Currently, Danaya oversees jobs for clients like Adams County School District #14, Adams 12 Five Star Schools, Boulder Valley School District, RedPeak Properties, Aurora Public Schools, Meeker School District, City of Westminster and others. She also manages numerous residential projects.
Danaya has developed many of the company’s training programs including becoming one of the first EPA approved lead training facilities in the state of Colorado.
Danaya has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of Colorado. She is also a state of Colorado certified Asbestos Building Inspector and Project Designer. She holds both Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and EPA accredited Lead training certifications. She is currently attending Colorado State University to obtain Master’s in Organizational Leadership.
Danaya is known for being client-oriented, personable, honest, hardworking and knowledgeable. She enjoys a variety of activities including gardening, home renovation, reading and playing soccer.
Scott Nelson, Branch Manager
He has worked as a project supervisor, safety director, project manager and branch manager. This diverse work history provides him with a unique understanding of the complex aspects involved in conducting environmental remediation projects. As a safety director he witnessed first hand how an unsafe project can affect costs, production, and schedules.
Scott brings a wealth of knowledge and an eye for regulatory compliance that will ensure beneficial results on any project. Scott has managed projects in numerous public and privately owned buildings, and assisted owners including Xcel Energy, AT&T, Richmond American Homes, CO Springs Utilities, City of Manitou Springs, City of Pueblo, City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado Springs School District 11 and Pueblo School District 60.
Scott is an AHERA, CDPHE & EPA approved training instructor and has been involved in providing training for the AHERA classifications of Contractor/Supervisor, Abatement Worker, 16 Hour Operations and Maintenance and 2 hour OSHA Training. He has conducted training classes to meet the specified requirements for re-certification classes as required under current regulations.
Scott is married and has one teenage son. He enjoys computer and online games, music, 4 wheeling, boating and spending time in the outdoors.
Chris Lehman, Project Manager
Satisfied clients include City of Loveland, City of Federal Heights, Cherry Creek School District, and Weld County School District among many others. Chris was also instrumental in Colorado Hazard Control's award of the 2009-2010 annual contract from the University of Wyoming.
Chris has an Associate degree in Business Management, 6 years experience in construction and 3 years experience in the abatement industry. He holds certifications as an AHERA and Colorado Regulation #8 Certified Asbestos Supervisor, AHERA and EPA Certified Lead Supervisor, Certified Mold Professional, and is Appendix C trained.
Chris's interests include spending time with his wife and daughter, cooking, motorcycles, skiing and sports.
James A. Robinson, Project Manager
Jim is using his vast knowledge and hands on experience with Industrial, Residential, and Commercial projects to provide clients accurate pricing and project design. He is a talented leader who is able to manage projects completely from start to finish. His years of experience allow him to complete projects without needing an additional budget or workdays. Jim has been involved with many projects including asbestos abatement, mold remediation, lead removal, demolition, radon mitigation and hazardous materials removal. He is known for high client satisfaction levels which are due to his strong communication skills and industry knowledge. He is known for providing total compliance and total company safety. Jim is highly motivated, professional and personable.
Jim brings invaluable experience to CHC garnered from years of working on such major projects as: F.E. Warren Air Force Base; Gates Rubber Company, Boulder Community Hospital; assisted in decommissioning Fitzsimmons site; and Colorado University at Boulder Health Science Center. Jim has worked with clients such as Aurora Public Schools, Red Lion Hotel, Mile High Thrift Stores and Boulder Housing Authority.
Michael Dyer, Project Manager
Michael has worked on many federally funded projects in and around Colorado and has extensive experience with the local military bases. He brings the knowledge obtained from literally hundreds of demolition projects, from simple interior remodels to million dollar heavy industrial demolition, many of which also include various hazard material issues.
Michael Benedetto, Course Instructor
Upon completion of his Bachelors Degree, Michael moved from his position as an abatement supervisor, and began conducting training for Colorado Hazard Control, LLC, ultimately becoming EPA certified in all aspects of asbestos and lead abatement. Through his work in the field and as an instructor, Michael has established a broad base of clientele, including but not limited to; HBA of Northern Colorado, Brothers Plumbing, HBA of Colorado Springs, Home Depot, Champion Windows, and Aurora Medical Center.
Additionally, Michael has been instrumental in developing the EPA approved training curriculum in the asbestos and lead disciplines , establishing Colorado Hazard Control, as one of the first EPA approved lead training facilities in the state of Colorado.
Michael has a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in History and Political Science from the University of Colorado. He is also state certified as an asbestos Contractor/Supervisor, Building Inspector, and Management Planner.
Michael is known for being personable, hardworking, honest, and skilled in all aspects of the asbestos and lead abatement industry. He enjoys a variety of activities including reading, exercising, and playing volleyball.
Brittney Lehman, Office Manager / Assistant
Brittney's interests include baking cakes, catering, shopping and spending time with family.
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Colorado Hazard Control Team
"Your crew was great. Again, thank you for the great work and your wonderful staff – they made what could have been a nightmare into quite the opposite. Thanks, everyone."
"I have truly enjoyed working with Chris Lehman [CHC’s Project Manager] as he is professional and always gets the job done. It was so nice to enjoy my maternity leave all the while knowing Chris was taking care of all the asbestos on the University of Wyoming campus. I truly appreciate the great work CHC does on campus and I think this can be attributed to Chris’s great management and leadership style. I hope we can continue to work together into the future."
"I have worked on a professional level with Dan Beaver since 1991 in various capacities. He is a competent and honest person with an excellent work ethic, high performance standards, and a strong sense for honest business ethics. As a consultant in the asbestos industry for nearly 20 years, I would recommend CHC with Dan as a principal for any hazardous materials abatement project for any building owner or client I may represent."
"Honestly, being a contractor, there should be more companies as professional as Colorado Hazard Control."
"Colorado Hazard Control was chosen because they were able to meet the tight schedule given and they had performed great in the past."
"I would rate Colorado Hazard Control at 10, on a scale of 1 to 10. They did an excellent job, we are very pleased with their performance at the Bureau of Reclamation's Headquarters in Loveland, Colorado."
"You guys rock! What a pleasant experience working with such a fine company and crew!"