Remedial Construction Management
Based on a conceptual remedial plan, Creek Run can prepare detailed engineering drawings and bid specifications for all phases of soil and groundwater remediation projects. Clear, concise Request for Quote (RFQ) documents are prepared and submitted to multiple, pre-qualified bidders and the quotes are carefully reviewed to ensure cost effectiveness. Creek Run works closely with selected subcontractors throughout the construction activities. If requested, Creek Run can prepare applications and acquire air discharge, treated water discharge, and building permits as required.
A Health and Safety Plan (HASP) is prepared before commencement of field operations and strictly adhered to throughout the project. On-site construction operations are conducted by OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER-trained subcontractors under the direct supervision of experienced Creek Run personnel. The Creek Run supervisor can provide verbal or written progress reports as requested by the client (i.e. daily, weekly, or on call). Remedial construction activities will be fully documented in a Corrective Action Implementation Report (CAIR) submitted within 60 days of completion of the project. The CAIR will include As-Built drawings, photographs, equipment specifications, and copies of permits and clearances.