Angelo Salamanca began his extensive professional career as a risk analysis consultant for the Colombian Army and several multinational oil companies. He attended law school in Colombia as well. When he moved to the United States in 1998, he worked for eleven years as an industrial safety and environmental trainer/supervisor in New York and New Jersey. Since that time, he acquired over nineteen years of experience in environmental, restoration and demolition projects. He has worked as a site safety officer and subcontractor as a project manager or superintendent completing multiple abatement projects for lead, asbestos, and mold for many prestigious corporations.
He is experienced in emergency management and disaster recovery due to his active involvement in natural events such as:
- Hurricanes Irma - 09/2017
- Wilma - 10/2005
- Katrina - 08/2005
- Frances - 08/2004
- Charley - 08/2004
- The World Trade Center Terrorism Attacks - 09/2001
His company, Fundisa Restoration, has increased their knowledge base as technology has advanced and prides itself on delivering quality results in an efficient time-frame. Their client list has expanded into top pharmaceutical firms and exclusive hotels as well as many other corporate entities. Mr. Salamanca received his Council-Certified Indoor Environmental Supervisor (CIES)-Certification which requires eight years minimum of experience remediating environmental issues including asbestos, lead, hazardous materials, chemicals, and microbial contamination. CIES certifications are accredited by the Council for Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB), a nationally recognized independent accreditation body. Fundisa Restoration is also accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Mr. Salamanca is bilingual, Spanish and English.