Engineering and Construction
- Environmental Construction Monitoring
- The discovery of contaminated soil or groundwater at a construction site warrants the proper removal and disposal of the waste. A remediation construction monitoring program is created to ensure that the soil management plan is properly implemented, and that the waste is properly disposed of. This entails documenting that the soil has been removed from the project site, that the correct chemical analysis has been performed on the soil and/or waste, and that any contaminated material removed from the site has been transported and received by a facility designated to handle that material. Above all, our goal is to ensure the client’s interests are maintained.
- Groundwater Monitoring & Assessment
- Feasibility Studies & Remedial Design
- Bid Specification Development & Bid Evaluation
- Industrial Water & Air Discharge Management
Brownfield Environmental Engineering Resources
Few construction or resource extraction projects can be completed without environmental oversight. This can take many different forms, including environmental permitting to achieve regulatory approval, or remediation engineering to remove a historic problem onsite such as an existing fuel spill or buried hazardous waste. It might also include due diligence work, ecological assessment to identify potential issues during the early stages of the project or addressing health and safety issues associated with operations and materials handling.
Brownfield provides a broad range of environmental engineering and science-based environmental services to address these needs.
Contact us to learn more about our services.