Keene Insulation Contracting Division was located at 803 Walden Avenue in Buffalo, New York. Keene Insulation Contracting Division, also known as the Gale Corporation, was a contracting branch of the Keene Corporation, a manufacturer of asbestos-containing insulation materials. Up until the late 1970s, laborers who were employed by Keene applied and removed a variety of asbestos-containing insulation materials at commercial and industrial sites throughout Western New York. Workers who handled materials that contained asbestos or worked in the vicinity of others who did are at high risk for developing an asbestos-related disease, such as mesothelioma or lung cancer.

Keene Insulation Contracting used many different brands of asbestos-containing insulating materials, including Philip Carey and Owens-Corning. Keen also manufactured its own asbestos insulation materials, and it was supplied with asbestos-containing insulating materials by local insulation distributors, including Insulation Distributors, Inc., and Niagara Insulation. Keene’s Walden Avenue office was a two-story building that included an insulation fabrication shop where asbestos insulation was cut, sawed and manipulated.  Laborers who were employed by Keene applied asbestos-containing pipe covering, block insulation and insulating cement at dozens of commercial and industrial job sites throughout the Western New York area including:

The attorneys at Lipsitz & Ponterio, LLC have gathered a vast amount of information concerning the type and variety of asbestos-containing products used by employees of Keene Insulation Contracting Division. Our clients understand the importance of securing legal representation as soon as possible after a diagnosis of mesothelioma or lung cancer. If you or a loved one were once employed by the Keene Corporation and have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer, please contact us regarding your legal rights.