GlyNite (pronounced Glen-nite) Construction Services located in Kansas City, Missouri is a family owned company that has been in business for over 25 years, servicing customers in the field of renovation, lead inspections and nationwide contractor training.
The staff of GlyNite is dedicated to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our customers. We are Risk Assessors for the State of Missouri and Kansas with the ability to check for lead in paint, soil and water depending on our clients need and make recommendations. We are also accredited trainers for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Renovation Repair and Painting Program 40 CFR part 275 as well as Accredited trainers for the State of Kansas under K.S.A. 65-1,200 to 65-1,214. We deliver training for an individual in our office or we travel to train entire groups at your location.
Whether your plans include training yourself or staff to be compliant to the National EPA Renovation (RRP), Kansas rules, or you need to check your home or commercial unit for lead, GlyNite is your go to team!
GlyNite Construction Services is a certified and accredited Training Provider which assist students to be compliant to the EPA Federally mandated Renovation Repair and Painting program( RRP ) and the State of Kansas Lead Safe Work Practice (LSWP) law.
This rule addresses lead contamination and resulting hazards under EPA 40 CFR part 745 subpart E. This law includes policy and guidance documents to assist in complying with the regulations as well as issue and enforce those regulations to contractors, landlords and others who may work in a pre-1978 residential property or child-occupied facilities who refuse to follow the rule or who work unsafe.
The managing partners of GlyNite Construction have been in the field of Construction for over 30 years, with combined training experience of over 50 years. This collaboration brings real life experience into the classroom making learning practical as well as enjoyable.
An inspection is a surface-by-surface investigation to determine whether there is lead-based paint in a home or child-occupied facility, and where it is located. It is particularly helpful in determining whether lead-based paint is present prior to purchasing, renting, or renovating a home, and identifying potential sources of lead exposure.
A risk assessment is an on-site investigation to determine the presence, type, severity, and location of lead-based paint hazards (including lead hazards in paint, dust, and soil) and provides suggested ways to control them.
For more information on our class policies, send us a message through our web form or call (816) 225-0957.