When unexpected problems arise, we provide solutions to help your project stay on schedule and on budget.
In a time where Brownfield and urban in-fill development is at a peak, results of environmental studies have become a critical component in the planning, design and budgeting of said projects. Whether the project be private sector or public works, affordable housing, market rate housing, commercial, industrial or infrastructure, being part of a team on a successful development project is an accomplishment that we thrive on.
Soil management/disposal associated with site construction has become more and more of a facet of projects that can be an impediment to production and a constraint on budget. Our knowledge of contaminated soil/waste profiling, inert/unimpacted soil reuse guidance and management strategy of soil that may fall in between (including undocumented/artificial fill) is a key asset in assisting our clients to stay on schedule and budget during development activities. Soil and Groundwater Management Plans (or equivalents) are drafted and then are implemented in conjunction with client representatives and staff of any client hired general, excavation, dewatering and other contractors (where applicable). Field monitoring (including use of applicable field screening instruments) and supplemental sampling of various media is completed as needed during the course of the development project, the results of which are drafted in completion reports.