Employee Information
Pamela A. Smith
Owner/President & Training Manager
864-582-1222 Ext. 101


1984-AA-Spartanburg Methodist College


Additional Related Course Work

**Dale Carnegie Leadership for Managers and

    How to Win Friends and Influence People

**Leadership Spartanburg

**Curriculum for Living, Landmark Education

**Taking Care of Business I and II,

    National Development Council

**NIOSH 582 Field Sampling Strategy Course

**AHERA Asbestos Supervisor

**AHERA Asbestos Inspector/Management Planner

**AHERA Asbestos Project Design



NC DEHNR Project Designer

NC DEHNR Air Monitor

SC DHEC AHERA Project Designer

SC DHEC AHERA Inspector/Management Planner


SC DHEC AHERA Consultant



Ms. Smith has 18 years of experience in the construction industry, including 15 years in the asbestos field and 8 years in indoor environmental quality—including mold and bacterial testing.  Ms. Smith is the majority stockholder. As President, she supervises all day-to-day office and accounting procedures along with staffing and legal aspects of the business.  Ms. Smith’s responsibilities, as Project Design Manager, entail preparation, coordination, and administration of remediation specifications. Ms. Smith began her career in environmental issues with the AHERA Inspections in Private and Christian Schools.  She is an qualified instructor at AAA's Training Facility and holds professional certifications in multiple states for asbestos air monitoring, inspections, and project design.  


Ms. Smith has attended several conferences on Indoor Air Quality and has attended several training seminars on the subject. These training seminars have been presented by internationally renowned experts in the IAQ Industry. such as Dr. Eugene Cole, Richard Shaughnessy, Ph.D. Dr. Eckardt Johanning, MD, and Dr. Chin Yang.


 Ms. Smith has participated in the investigation of approximately 60 Indoor Air Quality Projects.  Along with completing site investigations, Ms. Smith often serves as spokesperson for clients when addressing teachers, parents, and the news media.  


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