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Freeport-McMoRan

Satralloy Facility
Steubenville, OH – 2013 -2014 – $10,000,000.00

Scope of Work:
Neumeyer Environmental Services (NES) performed site waste management, a variety of remediation, demolition, and site work activities, such as but not limited to clear and grubbing, landscaping, construction, electrical installation, etc. at the Satralloy site, a former chromium processing facility near Steubenville, Ohio. The facility was dilapidated after 40 years of abandonment and illegal use and scrapping of metal from inside the buildings.

Site Work:
Neumeyer rebuilt site access roads, laydown areas, and installed a rail spur to facilitate the mobilization and demobilization of heavy equipment that road access could not support. NES performed clearing and grubbing to provide access to work areas and install/maintain erosion and sedimentation controls.

  • Safety
    • Initially, Neumeyer performed building inspections in the two large mill buildings (one 180,000 SqFt and one at 98,000 SqFt) due to the decay of structural materials and illegal scrapping of metal building materials during the decades of abandonment. NES inspected all walkways and work areas, which were repaired or permanently barricaded.
  • Waste Management
    • Removal of Heavy Metal Containing Dust
    • NES removed all heavy metal containing dust from inside the buildings (approximately 4,000 Cubic Yards), which ranged from several inches to several feet of accumulation in different areas of the buildings. Bulk removal of dust on the floors was performed, as well as vacuuming of dust from rafters and other structural components from aerial lifts.
    • To ensure worker safety, NES implemented a strict personal protective equipment (PPE) and decontamination program. Workers performed tasks in multiple layers of protective clothing and full-face air purifying respirators. Prior to all breaks and leaving the site at the end of shifts, workers underwent personal decontamination to protect themselves and their families from exposure to heavy metals. NES also performed extensive personal and area air monitoring to ensure workers were not exposed to unsafe levels of metals, as well as implementing a medical monitoring program involving physicals and bloodwork monitoring levels of heavy metals in workers to ensure they were not exposed during the work.
  • Demolitions
    • NES demolished a number of structures on the site, including a garage, smokestack, and water treatment plant. We also performed abatement of all asbestos containing materials in these structures prior to demolition, as well as in the buildings that were cleaned and left intact.
  • Chemical Management
    • NES located, collected, sorted, and disposed of a variety of hazardous chemicals on the site, including petroleum products, mercury, and PCB containing transformers.

 

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Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) 

Johnstown, PA – 2016-2017  – $14,124,000.00

Scope of Work:
Neumeyer Environmental Services (NES) performed the Waste Management to include a wide variety of site work and environmental remediation tasks at a PADEP designated Act 2 site that had been the site of large scale tank farms, and more recently, a demolition and salvage yard.

Site Work:

To facilitate the work to be performed, NES improved and built site access and haul roads, installed concrete entrances to PennDOT’s road, mobilized a trailer complex, and installed laydown and parking areas.

    • Waste Management
      • Contaminated Soil and Buried Debris Disposal.
      • NES excavated over 200,000 tons of soil and buried debris from the site, coordinating with several trucking companies and four landfills to ensure timely and proper landfill disposal of the materials.
      • Hazardous Material, Chemical, and Water Inventory and Management:
      • NES inventoried and collected large quantities of chemicals from around the site, in addition to pumping product and liquid from storage tanks, piping, and excavations. All wastes were sampled, profiled, and properly disposed of at a number of licensed facilities.
    • Asbestos
      • NES performed asbestos abatement in several structures and mobile homes on the site.
      • Well Closure
      • NES closed 27 monitoring wells and one drinking water well on the site.
    • Storage Tank Closures
      • NES closed, removed, cleaned, and disposed of 10 underground storage tanks and 4 aboveground storage tanks.
    • Pipe Closures
      • NES drained over 10,000 linear feet of pipe remaining from the tank farms that previously were in place at the site. Approximately 7,000 feet of pipe was excavated, cut, and removed, and approximately 3,000 feet was filled with grout and closed in place because it ran thru a wetland.
    • Demolitions
      • NES demolished four buildings, and several mobile homes and trailers.
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School Demolition

DCK Worldwide, LLC (Dick Corp)
Large, PA – 2004 – $170,000

Scope of Work:
Neumeyer Environmental was contracted to demolish a former school that was located on Dick Industries property to provide additional facilities for their corporate headquarters. Neumeyer Environmental performed an asbestos survey, abated the property and performed demolition and load-out for the 72,000 square foot building. Additionally, Neumeyer Environmental restored and landscaped the site in preparation of the improvement plan.

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Gay Street Bridge Replacement

Nyleve Bridge Corporation
Phoenixville, PA – 2008-2009 – $900,000

Scope of Work:
A primary bridge over French Creek in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania was being replaced by PennDOT. Several environmental issues required address as part of the work including lead paint and asbestos-containing materials on the existing bridge and elevated contaminants in the subsurface soils. The piers and subsurface preparations were within a former steel-making facility with elevated inorganic constituents of concern. Neumeyer Environmental was contracted to address and manage these environmental aspects of the work.

Management of on-site soils required sampling and analysis, use of personal protective equipment, segregation of contaminated materials and water quality issues associated with installation of the pier adjacent to French Creek.

Neumeyer Environmental performed select earthwork, demolition, on-site placement and off-site disposal of surplus materials and debris. We also managed the discharge waters from the coffer dam by installing a high volume pump and treat system that allowed direct discharge to French Creek. The project required approximately 10 months to complete from plan preparation and sampling through excavation of the pier subgrade.

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Duquesne Flyover Project

Mosites Construction Company
Duquesne, PA – 2008-2009 – $1,200,000

Scope of Work:
The Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) constructed a roadway to convey traffic over an existing rail line to Duquesne Riverplace at the old Duquesne Works Steel Mill property. The property was approved as an ACT 2 site and is currently under phased redevelopment.

Management of on-site soils required extensive sampling and analysis, use of personal protective equipment, segregation of contaminated materials and removal and management of subsurface debris due to the historical steel-making activities.

Neumeyer Environmental evaluated and managed approximately 40,000 cubic yards of impacted soils in preparation of the more than 3,000 linear feet of road construction. We worked in close coordination with the prime contractor to develop approaches that facilitated project completion and minimized costs.

Neumeyer Environmental performed the earthwork, demolition and on-site placement of surplus materials and debris such that the majority of the materials were able to be beneficially re-used on-site. Remnants of asbestos containing materials were encountered during the excavation that required abatement during portions of the work. Neumeyer Environmental was able to minimize the schedule impacts that may have resulted from this previously-unknown development. The project required approximately 14 months to complete from sampling through final excavation