ABOUT COLORADO HAZARD CONTROL

The Best Crew. The Best Tools.

Colorado Hazard Control knows that completing a project to your satisfaction means having the best team in the Rocky Mountains. We use state-of-the-art work equipment, best practices and fully trained, bonded, insured and vaccinated personnel with the knowledge and experience to manage any project. Whether it's a small residential weekend project or a large commercial venture requiring complex logistics, multiple subcontractors and large work crews, we get the job done right and on time.

Safe, to Spec, and on Schedule.

Throughout the process, we ensure a safe and regulatory compliant project designed around your specific needs, and typically completed ahead of schedule. We specialize in removing hazardous material and demolition services, including mold, lead, asbestos, low level PCBs and mercury—then restoring removed materials. CHC’s crime scene cleanup services are handled professionally, discretely and compassionately. And since we only work with the best-trained people in the business, you’ll be totally satisfied.

Daniel Beaver

Daniel Beaver

Managing Member

With almost 33 years in the industry Dan discovered in order 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.

You could describe Dan as an avid outdoors man who enjoys riding bikes and 4wheeling, he is an All-American family man.

Lynnelle Beaver

Lynnelle Beaver

Managing Member

Lynnelle is a managing member of Colorado Hazard Control controlling 51 percent ownership of the organization. Lynnelle brings over 13 years’ experience in the construction and environmental remediation industry.

Lynnelle is directly involved in many management operations, including accounting, human resources and marketing. She is our Safety Director, as well as a member of the Colorado Safety Association.

Lynnelle enjoys biking, hiking, kayaking and spending time with her grandchildren. She is also a foster for a local animal shelter.

Corporate Office

Brian Ross

Brian Ross

Branch Manager

Brian brings over 25 years of experience in the asbestos and environmental abatement industry. He is a talented leader who handles coordination of large work crews and ensures completed projects without needing additional budget or workforce. He is an expert in providing total compliance and total company safety while ensuring projects are completed on time, on budget and with no injuries. His expertise and excellent customer service skills have landed him several high-profile contracts, all of which have been received with complete satisfaction.

You could describe Brian as a family oriented and hardworking leader. He enjoys hunting and riding his motorcycle in the mountains. He is also a longtime family friend.

Jennifer Delgado

Jennifer Delgado

Project Coordinator
Biohazard / Emergency Services Project Manager

Jennifer is an integral part of the CHC family. She coordinates projects in all phases with the from initial building material categorization to project closeout ensuring nothing is overlooked. Jennifer brings over 9 years of experience in Project Coordination to the team. She is detailed oriented and personable, and always strives for 100% client satisfaction.

She has extensive experience managing biohazard and emergency projects. Taking a compassionate and empathic approach, she is a valuable client resource for the duration of the remediation.

Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to music events, as well as playing darts competitively and is a longtime family friend.

Matt Peterson

Matt Peterson

Project Manager

With over 10 years’ experience in the environmental remediation industry, Matt has managed multiple projects valued over $350,000. He brings his knowledge of management from a past work life as well as working hands-on in the field as a supervisor on our team. This allows him to complete his projects within budget and on time for his clients in the industrial, commercial and residential fields. Matt utilizes a strong moral compass, instilling a drive not often realized in this industry, which allows him to provide his clients with excellent customer service.

Matt enjoys spending time with his family, enjoying all that Colorado has to offer, and is a long- time family friend.

Scott Lackas

Scott Lackas

Project Manager

Scott brings over 35 years of experience in the environmental and construction industry to our team. Scott has worked for major national and multi-state environmental contractors. This gives him the unique ability to handle complex multi-faceted projects involving demolition and abatement actives for lead asbestos mold and hazardous materials. He is an integral part of our team employing his vast knowledge in both the field and in project management. Scott has managed projects with over 200 field employees and revenues over $6,000,000.00. His ability to provided 100% client satisfaction and consistent bids, while maintaining project deadlines and budgets, gives him the edge on the competition.

Scott enjoys hunting and other sport shooting activities at which he is a true professional.

Pueblo Office

Scott Nelson

Scott Nelson

Branch Manager

Scott has been working in the environmental field since 1989. He is responsible for all aspects of safe regulatory compliant asbestos, lead, mold, pigeon, radon and demolition projects for the south office of Colorado Hazard Control, LLC. His wide range of expertise has excelled him in many rolls which has contributed to his weath of knowledge. He was worked as a project manager, project supervisor, safety director, certified trainer and branch manager. Scott brings a wealth of knowledge and an eye for regulatory compliance that will ensure beneficial results on any project.

You could describe him as a family man who likes to play computer games in his free time and enjoys a quite night at home.

Noel Patterson

Noel Patterson

Major Projects Field Superintendent

Noel joined the Colorado Hazard Control team in the spring of 2015 and brings with him an extensive background in hazardous material abatement and management. From overseeing asbestos abatement projects for the City and County clients to large soil cleanup experience in the hazardous material disposal industry. Noel has both supervisory and hands-on skills. He has completed confined space tank decontamination, soil cleanup and abatement projects on military bases including Cheyenne Mountain, Buckley Air Force Base, Air Force Academy and Shriver Air Force Base. Noel is a heavy equipment operator with experience in completing structural failure demolition under open air abatement methods, soils abatement, building demolition and site reclamation. His honesty and integrity show through each project he oversees’ which makes him a valued member of the team.

He enjoys motorcycling on his VXT1800 and camping. His favorite spot to camp is Twin Lakes in Colorado.

Miguel Torres

Miguel Torres

Project Manager

Miguel started with Colorado Hazard Control in the Fall of 2016 while completing his Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management from CSU Pueblo. While being the sole Demolition Project Manager, he is also the youngest on our team. Miguel did his internship with G.H. Phipps Construction Companies and came highly recommended by all who mentored him. We are very fortunate to have his cooperative efforts as well as his “go get them” attitude.

Miguel is a light-hearted person who enjoys watching the Steelers’ play when he’s not fishing or hunting.