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 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.

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 half ownership of the organization. She brings over 11 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 Safety Committee for the Boulder Chamber of Commerce. 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.

You could describe Lynnelle as a funny storyteller, outdoor lover, and an avid traveler.

Beth Davis

Beth Davis

Safety Manager

After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety, Beth started working as an Environmental Coordinator for a large consulting firm and when she relocated to Colorado she became the Asbestos Project Coordinator for Aurora Public Schools. During her 15 years with the school district, she oversaw asbestos, lead, mold and other hazardous material abatement projects. Working with contractors, subcontractors, facility, parents and students, Beth ensured regulatory compliance, safe working conditions, met tight budgets and maintained positive stakeholder relationships.

As the Safety Manager for Colorado Hazard Control, Beth sees that our projects are completed in line with our promise of 100% safety, 100% compliance.

Beth lives in Henderson with her husband and dog, Kenzie. She loves to play darts and her favorite sports team is the Vikings.

Corporate Office

Chris Lehman

Chris Lehman

Senior Project Manager

As a Senior Project Manager and Estimator, Chris is responsible for all requirements of the abatement industry. He is an EPA accredited instructor, and holds an extensive list of industry certifications. His experience and expertise has ensured client satisfaction, enabled projects to consistently meet difficult project schedules, increased productivity and improved safety statistics. His excellence in both industry standards and customer service has created a long list of satisfied clients.

You could describe Chris as a good natured, enthusiastic person who loves being outdoors and enjoying a backyard BBQ with friends and family.

Harold Lewis

Harold "Bud" Lewis

Project Manager

With over 12 years of experience in the asbestos and environmental abatement industry, Bud has performed numerous projects valued over $650,000. He uses his years of field experience to provide clients with a cost-saving and 100% safety compliant approach. Using his vast knowledge and hands on experience with Industrial, Residential, and Commercial projects Bud is able to provide clients accurate pricing and project design.

You could describe him as a self-motivated go getter, who loves golf, and always has a funny joke to share.

Brian Ross

Brian Ross

Project Manager

Brian brings over 20 years of experience in the asbestos and environmental abatement industry. He is a talented leader who handles coordination of large work crews and ensures complete 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

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 from initial building material categorization to project closeout ensuring nothing is overlooked. Jennifer brings over 6 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 is a mother of three and her interests include reading, cooking and spending time with family.

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

Project Manager

Noel joined the Colorado Hazard Control Project Management team in the Spring of 2015 and brings with him an extensive background in hazardous material abatement and management. From overseeing asbestos projects for the City of Las Animas to grounds experience in the hazardous material disposal industry, Noel has both managerial and hands-on skills. He has completed confined space tank decontamination, soil cleanup and abatement projects on military bases including: Cheyanne Mountain, Buckley Air Force Base, Air Force Academy and Shiver Air Force Base. Noel is a heavy equipment operator with experience in completing open air abatement, soils abatement, building demolition and site reclamation. As a Project Manager, Noel is the go-to source for demolition and hazardous material oversight. His honesty and integrity show through each project he manages which makes him a valued member of the team!

He enjoys motorcycling on his VTX1800 and camping. His favorite spot to camp is Twin Lakes in Colorado.

Kevin Snider

Kevin Snider

Project Manager

Kevin entered the asbestos contracting industry in 1997 after several years working as a carpenter. His knowledge of building systems and effective mechanical skills enabled him to move swiftly from his position as an asbestos abatement worker to Project Manager at Colorado Hazard Control. Kevin has led projects at Ft. Carson, Air Force Academy and Western State University. His comprehensive approach to the design and completion of successful asbestos abatement projects has strengthened the team immensely.

Kevin is a true Coloradoan which means he is an avid Bronco fan! He also enjoys being active through lifting weights or playing basketball and is known for his exemplary renovation skills.

Jeannie Grimmius

Jeannie Grimmius

Training & Project Coordinator

Jeannie started with Colorado Hazard in 2011 to help set up and maintain the newly opened South Office. Her background in business management and accounting, as well as her excellent customer service, helped her quickly advance to a management level position. She has a keen eye for detail and oversees all project paperwork and cost allocation. She is in charge of scheduling and notifying employees of upcoming training classes and medical requirements for maintaining certified personnel.

You could describe Jeannie as a kind-hearted person who's holistic approach to life enriches the lives of those around her.