Where others see blight, we see opportunity.

Creating value in unexpected places is what drives us forward. Determining if an environmental liability exists is the first of many steps in environmental investigation and remediation process. Whether a project is located in an urban or rural setting, our scientists, geologists and environmental specialists keep projects moving forward.

Environmental Investigation and Remediation Services Include:

  • Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA’s) using the latest ASTM Standards
  • Response Action Plan (RAP) Development, including negotiation with regulatory agencies
  • Aquifer testing, flow modeling, contaminant transport analysis and detailed delineation mapping
  • Required annual, semi-annual and quarterly groundwater monitoring, reporting and submission to regulatory agencies
  • Federal, State and Local funding grant application assistance, including Minnesota Petro-Fund
  • Underground Storage Tank (UST) removal oversight, sampling and reporting as well as assistance for contracting earthwork/removal and disposal
  • Brownfield and Greenfield projects focused on areas including commercial, industrial and residential
  • Landfill Waste Profile Development
  • Desktop Environmental Review Studies
  • Soil Vapor and Vapor Intrusion Surveys
  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Investigations including VOC’s, Mold, Asbestos and Lead
  • Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM), Lead Based Paint (LBP) and Regulated Waste/Hazardous Waste Materials Surveys for pre-demolition and renovation of buildings
  • Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM), Lead Based Paint (LBP) and Regulated Waste/Hazardous Waste Materials abatement design specifications, including bid assistance
  • Abetment oversight and onsite asbestos air monitoring during abatement
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control for environmental cleanups including manifest management, contract quantity evaluation and related EPA Super-Fund document tracking

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We partner with our clients and communities to build what’s next in infrastructure—the places, spaces and systems that support our lives.

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