Site Assessment and Remediation
Ensuring protection of human health, maintaining compliance with regulatory standards, and preparing for reuse or redevelopment projects on property that may contain hazardous waste and/or materials requires a team familiar with hazardous materials regulations. We prepare environmental reports and remediation efforts that cost-effectively meet short-term requirements, while minimizing long-term cost and risk exposure.
Assess, Evaluate, Remediate
Our environmental engineers, hydrogeologists, and scientists conduct assessments on sites ranging from small commercial lots to large oil fields. We work with private and public property owners to identify and manage environmental liabilities, mitigate risks, and best utilize capital expenditures.
We design, implement, and manage sampling and remediation programs, and our experts consider immediate and long-term impacts when determining suitable technologies. Our hands-on approach includes maintaining the treatment technology and continually evaluating its effectiveness.
What We Do
Our multidisciplinary in-house specialties allow us to provide efficiencies that maintain project momentum.
- Litigation and Forensic Support
- Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments
- Contaminant Investigation and Characterization
- COORDINATION WITH REGULATORY AGENCIES (E.G., DTSC and RWQCB)
- Feasibility Studies
- Groundwater and Soil Treatment Technologies
- Human Health Risk Assessment
- Landfill and Burn Ash Assessments
- Methane Investigation and Mitigation
- Numerical Modeling
- Oil Well Abandonment
- Sampling and remediation of hexavalent chromium, lead, chlorinated solvents, perchlorate, NDMA, fuel hydrocarbons, and pesticides
- Superfund Cost Allocation
Former Manufacturing Site Remediation
Kearney-KPF manufactured high-voltage switching devices for utilities before assessing and treating contaminated soil and groundwater on site.
High-Speed Rail (HSR) is California’s first high-speed transportation project. It will eventually include 24 stations, and will run from Sacramento, through the Central Valley, to San Diego at speeds of more than 200 miles per hour.
BayWa Renewable Energy Jacumba Solar Farm
To help achieve state renewable energy targets and increase electricity reliability, BayWa Renewable Energy proposed to construct and operate a 20-megawatt solar farm in southern San Diego County.