1 Statement of Qualicaons Winter Environmental 3350 Green Pointe Pkwy Suite 200 Norcross, Georgia Winter Environmental is a division of The Winter Construcon Company, Inc.
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3 INTRODUCTION Winter Environmental provides asbestos, lead, and mold abatement, property rehabilitation, hazardouswasteremediation,emergencyanddisasterresponse,andothercleanupandsitecontrol services.winterenvironmental sprofessionalsareskilled,dedicatedindividualswhocontinuallyset higherstandardsofperformanceandstrivetostayabreastofindustryconstruction,technology,and regulatory trends. This excellence has been recognized by Engineering News Record (ENR), identifying Winter Environmental as one of the Top 200 Environmental Firms WinterEnvironmentalhassuccessfullycompletedover3,500environmentalprojectsandnumerous disasterresponseprojects,includingresponseandcleanupforhurricaneskatrinaandisabel.winter Environmental sspecializedservicesinclude: EnvironmentalContracting AsbestosAbatement CatastrophicResponse ChemicalDecontamination ContaminatedGroundwaterRemediation ContaminatedSoilRemediation DemolitionStructuralandSelect IndustrialTankCleaning/Maintenance/Removal LeadbasedPaintAbatement MoldRemediation RemediationSystemInstallation RemediationSystemOperationandMaintenance Since 1987, Winter Environmental has served thousands of clients, performing projects ranging in valuefrom$5,000to$20,000,000.ourclientsrepresentvirtuallyeveryenvironmentallyregulated businesssector,including: BanksandInstitutionalLenders ChemicalProducers CollegesandKthrough12Schools CommercialRealEstateOwnersandDevelopers GeneralContractors HealthcareFacilities LocalGovernments Manufacturers NonprofitOrganizations PetroleumDistributorsandRetailers Utilities WinterEnvironmentalisthelargestGeorgiabasedasbestosabatementfirm.Wehavebeenlisted amongengineeringnewsrecord s(enr)top200environmentalfirmssince1999.weoperatefrom a26,000squarefootoperationscenterinnorcross,georgia,justnorthofatlanta.
4 WHYWINTERENVIRONMENTAL? It ssimple.winterenvironmentalcandelivermoreenvironmentalcontractingcapability,knowledge, experience,resourcesandservicethanjustaboutanyoneelseinourindustry.andwecandeliverit quickly,safelyandcosteffectivelywithanobsessivefocusonclientservice.alargeportionofour clientsarerepeatclients.here swhy. Experience Winter Environmental is managed by a highly knowledgeable, experienced and stable team of executivesandseniorprojectmanagers.ourtopfourexecutiveofficersalonehaveover115yearsof cumulativeexperienceintheenvironmentalservicesindustry.winterprincipalshaveanaverageof 27 years of industry experience and 20 years of service with Winter. Our Project Managers and Superintendents have an average 16 years of industry experience and nine years of Winter Experience. Injustthepasttenyears,wehavesuccessfullycompletedover2,500environmentalprojects.This includes the remediation of more than 230 contaminated properties; rapid response for cleanup afterhurricaneskatrina,ivanandisabel;abatementofmorethan3,400tonsofasbestoscontaining materialsanddemolitionof47structures. Safety WinterEnvironmentalpracticesa SafetyCulture andhasalwaysplacedthehighestpriorityonthe safety of our employees and subcontractors. Our policies and procedures are those of Winter Constructionandaretoeffectcontinuingimprovementinworkersafetyandlossprevention.Winter Environmentalisadrugfreeworkplace. Thiscomprehensiveprogramismanagedbythecompany svicepresidentofriskmanagement,tim Thomas,andisimplementedbyastaffoffulltimeinspectorsandtrainers.Itencompassesextensive andregulartraining,inspections,incentivesandswift,decisivecorrectivemeasuresinallapplicable areas of OSHA compliance. All superintendents, foremen and operators are required by company policytobecompetentpersonsineveryaspectoftheirwork,includingexcavation,scaffolding,fall protection,hotworkandconfinedspaceentry. AwellentrenchedcultureofzeroaccidentsatWinterEnvironmentalhasproducedoneofthebest safety records in our industry, with an Experience Modification Rate of 0.79 and a Recordable IncidentRateofonly1.68. Selfperformance Winter Environmental selfperforms virtually all work on site. The services we subcontract are hauling,disposal,drilling,laboratoryanalysis,certainproprietarytechnologiesandcertainspecialty tradesortechnicalexpertiseifneeded.thishighlevelofselfperformanceallowsustoassurelower costs, a safer work site, higher quality control, faster completion times and better adaptability to unexpectedcircumstances.
5 Logistics Rather than incur and convey the costs of satellite offices, Winter Environmental serves its clients fromoneoperationscenterinnorcross,georgia.here,wecanmoreefficientlycoordinateresources andfocusonefficientlydeliveringprojectteamsandequipmenttoanyplaceinourmarket. Early on, we chose to invest our capital in achieving the most efficient logistical project support capabilities. Employing the latest in equipment tracking technologies (bar code, GPS, specialized tracking software), and a fulltime resource management staff, Winter Environmental applies a programmatic approach to the management of equipment and materials purchasing, inventory, dispatch, receiving, maintenance and use. We know precisely where every piece of owned equipmentistodayandwhereitwillbeneededtomorrow.wetrackexpendablesuppliesoneach jobsitedaily.fieldpersonnelstatusesaretrackedaccordingtoskillset,statusofcertificationsand training, grade, current assignment and term and hours worked or in transit. Projects are then staffed,equippedandsuppliedwiththemostappropriateandaccessiblepersonnelandequipment thatcanbecommittedfulltermtothejob. FinancialStrength,InsuranceandBonding WinterEnvironmentalisbackedbythefinancialresourcesofTheWinterConstructionCompany,an EngineeringNewsRecordTop400contractorthatrecognizedover$250,000,000inrevenuesin2008 andhasbeeninbusinesssince1978.thismeanswecanhandlepeakworkloadswitheaseandthat we will be around long after the job is done. Our overall insurance program, which includes $25,000,000 in general liability coverage and $10,000,000 in pollution liability coverage, and our bondingprogram,whichhascapacityinexcessof$200,000,000,areasstrongascanbefoundinthe environmentalcontractingindustry. Sustainability Cleaningupcontaminatedsitesandstructuresisinherentlyasustainablepractice.However,Winter Environmentalgoesastepfurther.Whereverfeasible,welookforopportunitiesonourprojectsto: Reuse/recycledeconstructionanddemolitionmaterials Considerfuturesiteuseandreuseexistinginfrastructurewherepossible Useenvironmentallyefficientprocesses,suchascleandieselequipment Reduce generation of GHG emissions by using clean fuels and recycled industrial materials Ourprojectmanagersandstaffarecommittedtohelpingourclientsshowregulatoryagenciesand the public that they care about energy and resource conservation even when cleaning up properties.
6 GeographicCoverage Winter Environmental has delivered competitivelypriced services across 18 states, with the predominant number of our projects being performed in the southeast. We are licensed as an environmentalcontractorin23states. OwnershipandControl WinterConstructionisownedbysixsenior,fulltimeexecutives,threeofwhom,BradReid,GaryEllis and Jim Graham, are the managing principals of Winter Environmental. Thus, Winter Environmental sleadershiphasnearautonomouscontroloveritspolicies,practicesandinvestments in quality, safety and client satisfaction. If Winter Environmental makes a commitment, our managers have the authority to do whatever it takes within the bounds of legality and reason to meetit. CompanyStaffingandKeyPersonnel We employ on average more than 150 environmental professionals and technicians. Our project teamsarecomprisedoflicensedandcertifiedengineers,scientists,superintendentsandequipment operators and technicians who have extensive training and experience in health and safety protection, environmental regulations, waste handling, chemical testing, soil and groundwater treatment, abatement and decontamination procedures, remediation system operation and maintenanceandgeneraldemolition,constructionandearthmovingoperations.
7 Keypersonnel: ManagingPrincipals BradD.Reid,P.E.,AbatementandDemolitionServicesOperationsManager GaryM.Ellis,P.E.,RemediationandIndustrialServicesOperationsManager JamesA.Graham,ClientServicesManager SeniorStaffandProjectManagers TimEgan,PrincipalProjectManager LeonardDiprima,P.G.,PrincipalProjectManager PatChesowsky,SeniorProjectManager CharlesBarth,SeniorProjectManager BrentSasser,P.E.,SeniorProjectManager ScottEmbry,ProjectManager RalphLeptrone,ProjectManager SeniorSupportPersonnel RogerFlores,GeneralSuperintendent DonBohensky,SeniorEstimator TimThomas,SafetyDirector JeffBarber,SafetyOfficer ScottLivengood,WarehouseManager Theindividualslistedaboverepresentanaverageof16yearsofexperienceintheirfields,andan averagetenureatwinterenvironmentalofovernineyears. Culture Clientservice,integrityandrespectarepartofourcompany sculture,notjustarequirementinour companyhandbook.thecorevaluesofwinterconstructionandwinterenvironmentalare: Integrity: Wedotherightthingeveryday. Teamwork: Weworktogethertoachieveoutstandingresults. Clients: Weprovidequalityservicetoourclients. People: Wevalueandrespectthepeoplewith,andforwhom,wework. Eachnewmemberofourstaffisselectednotonlyonthebasisofhisorhertechnicalqualifications, but also on his or her aptitude for teamwork, interpersonal communication and professional leadership.forover10years,winterenvironmentalhasusedintensivepreemploymentscreening methods,withtheassistanceofanoutsideoccupationalpsychologist,toselectindividualswiththese traits. As a result, we have become a team of professionals that possesses consistently strong communications skills, a heightened and flexible sensitivity to client needs and an obsession with deliveringpreciselytheproductourclientsrequest. AtWinterEnvironmental,clientserviceisourmissionanditisachievedwhenourclientsaresatisfied nothingless.
8 Select Project Experience
9 FORMER FORD PLANT ABATEMENT AND REMEDIATION HAPEVILLE, GEORGIA Client: Jacoby Development, Inc. and DH Grin Companies Contacts: Mr. Sco Condra Senior Vice President Jacoby Develpment, Inc th Street NW Suite 1550 Atlanta, GA (770) Mr. Paul Ferguson DH Grin Wecking Company, Inc Mabros Ind. Parkway Ellenwood, GA (404) Performance Period: June January 2009 Contract Value: $6,100,000 Opened in 1947, the Hapeville Ford Assembly Plant closed in October 2006, aer assembling over eight million automobiles. Jacoby Development, Inc. was chosen to redevelop the 122 acre site into an aerotropolis. The new 6.5 million sq.. mixed-use development would include 1.6 million sq.. of retail space and 2.2 million sq.. of hotel and conference space. Winter Environmental was selected to provide asbestos abatement and soil remediaon for enre site. This was the second me Winter Environmental has worked with Jacoby Development Inc. on a high-prole browneld project. The asbestos abatement work included self-performing the removal of asbestos containing materials totaling more than 80,000 sq.. of oor le, 50,000 LF of roong ash material, 60,000 LF of TSI, 15,000 LF of window caulking, over 65,000 LF of pipe, duct and mechanical insulaon in the 2.8 million sq.. main assembly building, subsidiary building and facilies. Within the same locaons, universal waste, consisng of PCB containing light ballasts and mercury containing bulbs and switches, was also be removed and recycled. This was completed in January The remediaon division of the project included excavaon and on site treatment of contaminated soil, backlling of excavaon areas, free product recovery and contaminated waste disposal. Site contaminates consisted of petroleum products, paint products, paint sludge, solvents, degreasers and PCB s. Winter Environmental treated over 45,000 tons of lead impacted soil on site. Over 57,000 tons of contaminated soil and concrete were disposed of as Subtle D material. Ancillary acvies included de-watering of excavaons, backlling, erosion control, and removal of buried pipelines. Winter Environmental completed the remediaon poron in ve months
10 FT. BENNING, BUILDING 4 ASBESTOS ABATEMENT AND DEMOLITION FT. BENNING, GEORGIA Owner: U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Project Contact: Mr. Burton Hackney The McCarty Corporation Pond Springs Road Austin, TX Project Value: $5,304,000 Performance period: Ongoing Winter Environmental was selected to provide structural demolion as well as asbestos and lead abatement services at Building 4, Maneuver Center at Ft. Benning, Georgia. Completed in December of 2009, Phase I of this project included asbestos and lead abatement, as well as interior and exterior demolion. Approximately 624,000 sq.. of interior oor space and 81,000 sq.. of exterior brick was demolished and approximately 380,000 sq.. of asbestos containing materials were abated. Recycling goals for this project were exceeded. Over 75 percent of the demolion debris, including glass, concrete, brick, masonry and metals, were recycled, contribung to the project s LEED Silver accreditaon. Phase II of this project is scheduled to commence in 4th quarter,
11 ANTOINE GRAVES ABATEMENT AND DEMOLITION ATLANTA, GEORGIA Client: IBG Construcon Services LLC 171 Auburn Ave, NE Suite L Atlanta, Georgia Contact: Joseph Deraney Performance Period: October, 2009 to August, 2010 Contract Value: $2,700,00 The Atlanta Housing Authority s Antoine Graves housing complex was originally constructed in the 1960 s. The two-building, senior cizen housing complex was comprised of an 11-story structure and an eight-story structure. The buildings held historical signicance because they were designed by local architectural legend John Portman and included his, and the Country s, rst atrium design. This seven month long project involved the removal of asbestos containing oor les, oor masc, gypsum wall board and spray applied textured ceiling material, typical for structures of the me period. The project presented many challenges. Among them was the removal of an interior and exterior asbestos coang known as TexCote, a spray applied product designed to give rough concrete a smooth surface and protecve coang. However, once bonded to the exisng surface, TexCote becomes part of the substrate. Scraping with hand held scrapers proved costly and inecient in removing the material. Unseasonably cold temperatures prevented removal using alternave methods. To keep the project on schedule, Winter Environmental rigorously tested various coang strippers and removal methods before determining the best method to ulize for removal. Approximately 235,000 sq.. of coang was successfully removed. Had Winter Environmental not persisted in determining the most ecient and cost eecve method of removal for this dicult coang in challenging weather, the project would have come to a complete halt unl warmer weather prevailed. The owner s consultant has recommend Winter s removal system for several other Atlanta projects where TexCote has been applied and must be removed prior to demolion. This project had 30,000 safe man hours (no accidents)
12 JONESBORO NORTH AND SOUTH ABATEMENT AND DEMOLITION ATLANTA, GEORGIA Owner/Client: Atlanta Housing Authority 230 John Wesley Dobbs Avenue Atlanta, Georgia Client Contact: Mr. Rafael Rios Project Manager Lane Strategic Renovation 5555 Glenridge Drive Suite 700 Atlanta, Georgia (404) Performance Period: 180 Days Project Value: $1,648,000 Winter Environmental was contracted by The Atlanta Housing Authority (AHA) to provide asbestos and lead abatement and demolition services at the AHA s Jonesboro North and South properes, located in Atlanta, Georgia. Completed in 2009, project scope involved asbestos abatement and building demolion services of 25 two-story townhouse style apartment buildings and two community centers at two housing developments. Prior to building demolition, asbestos containing materials were abated including drywall, oor le and masc, cement asbestos panels and roong materials. Asbestos abatement was provided under full containment accomplished by installaon of plasc sheeng, erecon of decontaminaon chambers at the egress to our work areas and operaon of negave air machines in order to provide a negave air containment. The HEPA-ltered, negave air was vented to the outside to prevent the migraon of asbestos bers to other areas outside of the buildings. A total of 500,000 sq.. of asbestos containing materials and lead was abated. Upon compleon of the asbestos abatement work, and prior to building demolion, building ulies were cut and capped and erosion controls were placed around the site. Erosion control measures included type C silt fencing around the enre perimeter of the properes; 6-foot, chain link fencing (mounted on steel poles installed outside the tree drip line to preserve tree root system); and fencing at construcon entrances at all egress points to the properes. Building structures were then demolished down to the concrete slabs. Debris was loaded into dump trucks for transportaon o-site. Demolished building materials were segregated into dierent waste streams and recycled or disposed. Prior to ground disturbance, remaining erosion control measures were put into place. These included installaon of diversion channels with rock dams, sediment ponds with with inlet and outlet structures and lter rings, embankment stabilizaon and storm water inlet and drain protecon. Upon compleon of erosion control measures, the remaining building slabs, foundaons and foongs were demolished and above and underground ulity lines were removed. Storm and sewer lines were excavated and removed and were cut and capped at the property perimeter. All roads and sidewalks were removed. The soil was then graded and machine compacted to allow for posive drainage to exisng storm water drains around the site. Finally, seeding and grassing was performed
13 NORTHCREEK BUILDING 100 ABATEMENT AND DEMOLITION ATLANTA, GEORGIA Client: Northcreek Associates LLC c/o Hines Interests Limited Partnership 3715 Northside Parkway Building 100, Suite 100 Atlanta, Georgia William Bracey III (404) Performance Period: 250 Days Contract Value: $1,351,000 This nine month long project, completed in September 2007, involved providing asbestos abatement and interior demolion services of six oors in an occupied, eight story, 120,000 sq.. building located in Atlanta. This challenging project also involved working around the tenant occupied rst and h oors and abang the elevator sha on weekends in order to maintain elevator access to the occupied oors during normal business hours. The asbestos abatement involved removing asbestos containing reproong from the structural steel and oor decking on each oor. This was accomplished under full containment, ulizing negave pressure, wet methods, poly sheeting enclosures and personnel and equipment decontamination (decon) chambers. Air monitoring was also provided to ensure no asbestos exposure to adjacent occupied areas. The HVAC units and all HVAC duct were dismantled, cleaned and tested by using micro-vacuum dust tesng methods to ensure cleanliness. The remaining non-asbestos building materials were then demolished back to the structure of the building. The materials demolished included all ceilings, walls, ooring, lights, electrical conduit, HVAC ex duct and plumbing on each oor. A construcon debris chute was erected from the eighth oor down to the rst oor to facilitate debris removal from the building directly into 30-cubic yard containers. Upon compleon of the demolion, Cafco Blaze Shield reproong was reapplied to the structure and the oor decking, in accordance with the local re code. The sprinkler systems were re-congured and in some cases, replaced. Fire cabinets were demolished and the HVAC system was re-energized to provide HVAC to each oor. Due to me constraints, this project was phased so that the rest of the building could be prepared for renovaon while asbestos abatement occurred in other areas of the building. Detailed coordinaon with the owner and the exisng tenants was required in order to complete the project in a mely manner and maintain a safe working environment for the building tenants
14 LOCKHEED MARTIN B-2 WINGS ABATEMENT AND DEMOLITION MARIETTA, GEORGIA Client: Tom Ruppenicker Project Manager Lockheed Martin Aeronautics 86 South Cobb Drive Marietta, GA (770) Performance Period: 180 Days Project Value: $2,363,437 Winter Environmental was contracted by Lockheed Marn for the abatement and demolion of the four wings of the B-2 Administrave Building, which was constructed circa, Challenges to the project included careful removal of demolion debris so that facility operaons were not disrupted and that foreign object debris (F.O.D) were kept away from acve manufacturing and ight operaons. Winter Environmental navigated these challenges to the sasfacon of Lockheed administraon and employees. Winter Environmental removed over 200,000 sq.. of asbestos drywall, 95,000 sq.. of asbestos oor le, 50,000 sq.. of asbestos transite siding, and nine drums of PCB containing light ballasts. Aer the asbestos abatement and interior demolion were complete, Winter Environmental demolished the building structures. Over 80,000 lbs. of concrete and 103,000 lbs. of metals were recycled. During the project, several additions to the work scope were added. Addional services provided by Winter Environmental included replacement of the roof on the remaining core of the building and painng of the enre exterior
15 NAVAL AIR STATION REMEDIATION, DEMOLITION & RECYCLING OF HISTORIC BUILDINGS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA Owner: Naval Facilities Command, Southern Division Client: BEM Systems Contact: James Foster Environmental Scientist 201 E. Government Street #16 Orlando, FL (850) Project Value: $1,298,200 Performance Period: June November 2005 Winter Environmental provided asbestos abatement and building demolion services at eight Hurricane Ivan damaged structures. The historically signicant buildings ranged from 1,000 sq.., single-story buildings to 40,000 sq.., mul-story administrave buildings to 80,000 sq.. aircra hangars, all located at Naval Air Staon in Pensacola, Florida. Project scope included idencaon, terminaon, capping and demolion of ulies supplying the buildings and abatement of asbestos containing materials, including thermal systems insulaon, oor le and masc, cement siding and roong prior to building demolion. The demolion scope of the project included demolion of eight structures and ve seaplane ramps. Demolion of concrete slabs, foongs and idened adjacent sidewalks and pavement was included. Upon noce to proceed for each building, Winter Environmental removed and packaged the items to be salvaged by the Navy, and re-located them to a base storage facility. Some of the items salvaged for the Navy included brick (of historic value because some of the buildings were over 100 years old), copper roof coping, building capstones, plaques and other historic architectural building components that the Navy desired to return as historical arfacts. The buildings were demolished ulizing excavators, loaders and bulldozers. Materials were separated on-site and transported for recycling or disposal. The salvaged brick was pallezed and recycled. All structural steel was recylced and concrete was recycled for use on road beds. So debris, such as wood, drywall and plaster, was transported to the local construcon debris landll for disposal. The concrete slabs, foongs, foundaons, parking lots and sidewalks were removed and recycled. The site was then backlled, compacted and graded for posive drainage
16 BUILDING 969, NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Owner: Department of Navy Public Works Facilies Engineering & Acquision Division P.O. Box 139, Bldg 27 Jacksonville, FL Rusty Dahms (904) Contact: TN & Associates 704 South Illinois Avenue Suite C-704 Oak Ridge, TN Teena Rhoden (865) Performance Period: November February 2007 Project Value: $612,828 Winter Environmental provided abatement and demolion services associated with the demolion of Building 969 twin cooling tower structures and water treatment facility plant. The cooling tower structure was constructed with treated wood framing, asbestos containing transite panels and fan shrouds. The water treatment plant located, at the base of the cooling tower structure, was constructed with formed reinforced concrete. The overall structure measured 175 feet in length, 85 feet in width, and 65 feet in height. Winter Environmental s overall work scope included: Asbestos/Lead Paint Abatement Tank Removal Structural Steel Demolion Cooling Tower Demolion Sludge Removal Mechanical and Electrical Demolion Concrete Structure Demolion Transportaon and Disposal of all Project Related Debris Associated Site Safety, Erosion Control, and FOD Controls Provide and Place Cered Clean Fill Dirt Hydro Seeding of Site Asbestos containing materials abated included transite cement panels, thermal system insulaon and valve gaskets. Upon compleon of the environmental remediaon work, building demolion was performed. The cooling tower top fans and shroud framework were removed using a 60-ton crane with a 120-foot long boom. The remaining building structures, including the wooden framework, structural steel, metal piping and reinforced concrete, were then demolished using two excavators with thumb and shear aachments. Materials were recycled or disposed as construcon debris and transported by truck to respecve recycling facilies and construcon debis landlls. Approximately 760 tons of steel and 1,810 tons of concrete were recycled on this project. In addion, sub-surface ulies were removed and the site was then graded and compacted to enable posive drainage for exisng stormwater drains around the site. Seeding and grassing were implemented thereaer
17 ATLANTIC STATION SOIL AND GROUNDWATER REMEDIATION ATLANTA, GEORGIA Client: Atlanc Staon, LLC Contact: Sco Condra Senior Vice President Jacoby Develpment, Inc th Street NW Suite 1550 Atlanta, GA (770) Performance Period: July ongoing Project Value: $2,100,000 Prior to construcon, Atlanc Staon was the largest urban browneld site in the United States. In preparaon to convert the former Atlanc Steel Site into a new mixed-use development, Winter Environmental was contracted to complete the design and construcon of two groundwater treatment systems. Winter Environmental designed systems to prevent the migraon of potenally contaminated site groundwater and ones that could also be relocated quickly to prevent conicts with the ongoing construcon of the new mixed-use development. Major work conducted on the site included well drilling, concrete construcon, building construcon, buried and process piping installaon, process equipment installaon, electrical, instrumentaon, system startup, and commissioning. The two groundwater treatment systems were safely installed within three months and, since their inial installaon, have been easily relocated, several mes, with no disrupon of the construcon site acvies. As an addional service to this project, Winter Environmental was contracted to install a two-foot barrier cap, covering 15 acres of the Atlanc Staon property. Work during this phase included the transport of heavy metalcontaminated soil, structural demolion, clearing/grubbing, grading, pre- and post-remediaon surveying, and capping. Approximately 45,000 cubic yards of clean soil had to be hauled into the site to construct the barrier. Winter Environmental was able to complete the work ahead of schedule. Atlanc Staon received the Phoenix Award in 2004 in recognion of being The Naon s Best Browneld Project
18 SEVEN OUT SUPERFUND SITE REMEDIATION WAYCROSS, GEORGIA Client: Rogers Towers, PA 1301 Riverplace Blvd. Suite 1500 Jacksonville, Florida Trey Mills (904) Performance Period: November July 2009 Project Value: $700,000 Winter Environmental performed remediaon and dismantling of a former industrial wastewater collecon, storage and treatment center on behalf of a group of industrial potenally responsible pares (PRP). The former Seven Out facility in Waycross, Georgia was comprised of over 40 aboveground storage tanks, totes, drums, piping, valves, controls, concrete spill containment structures and earthen collecon areas. The City of Waycross terminated the facility s POTW discharge permit on March 1, Despite terminaon of the permit, Seven Out connued to accept wastewater. When operaons nally ceased at the site, all vessels were abandoned lled with a variety of wastewaters and sludges. Winter Environmental was contracted in the fall of 2008 to remediate and dismantle porons of the facility. Scope of our work included: Conducng sampling and analysis of all waste streams to determine the appropriate treatment and/or disposal methods for each waste; Removing and properly dispose of wastewater and sludge from within the tanks and secondary containment area; Decontaminang the tanks and secondary containment area; and Preparing bi-weekly progress reports of site acvies for submial to the EPA. Once the laboratory results are received, Winter Environmental removed all wastes using pumps and hoses, vacuum trucks and/or properly-trained and protected manual labor under conned space permits. Following waste removal, the tanks and supply lines were de-contaminated and permanently closed in accordance with 40 CFR Part Over 20 loads of hazardous waste were shipped out for disposal and a total of approximately 900 tons of non-hazardous waste was removed, containerized and transported to a landfill for solidification and disposal
19 CINNAMINSON GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION SUPERFUND SITE CINNAMINSON, NEW JERSEY Client: S.C. Holdings, Inc. Engineer: Golder Associates, Inc Old Cutberth Road Cherry Hill, New Jersey Mr. Brian Eichlin, PE (856) Building Area: 8,000 square-feet Performance Period: 9 months Flow Rate: 300 GPM Project Value: $2,261,000 Winter Environmental designed and constructed a 300 gpm groundwater treatment system at the Cinnaminson Superfund site in Burlington County, New Jersey. The scope of the project included design and installaon of the treatment system, construcon of an 8,000 square foot treatment building to house the system, and installaon of the groundwater conveyance piping. The site was located on a former landll where various contaminants were discovered in the groundwater. To manage the contaminants, system design included chemical injecon systems, a Lamella clarier, green sand lters, a VOC air stripping system, mul-cartridge parculate lters, a ltrate thickener and the addion of a 50-cubic-foot lter press, thickener rake, and chemical injecon system for metals precipitaon. Transfer pumps, mixers, and holding tanks were installed to operate the system and the system design. Winter Environmental also installed a complete instrumentaon and controls system that automates the operaon of the enre wastewater treatment system. Addional tasks performed by Winter Environmental included installaon of a connecon to the POTW, connecon of a previously exisng remediaon system to the new treatment system, and installaon of the groundwater extracon piping. The groundwater extracon system consisted of a series of six wells, each connected to the treatment system by a dedicated HDPE line. Winter Environmental purchased and installed the well pumps and 430-volt electrical service to each pump. Aer treatment, the water was injected through three wells
20 DELTA AIR LINES FUEL SYSTEM UPGRADES ATLANTA, GEORGIA Client: Law Engineering & Environmental Services Engineer: Law Engineering & Environmental Services Project Value: $765,000 Winter Environmental was selected to upgrade the fuel delivery systems at 20 locaons throughout Delta Air Lines facilies at Hartseld Jackson Internaonal Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. The project scope included piping upgrades; underground storage tank (UST) removals and replacements; installaon of cathodic protecon; installaon of computerized inventory tracking systems; the removal and disposal of contaminated soils; concrete nishing; and site restoraon. Winter Environmental upgrades included installaon of a two tank system (10,000 gallons each) on each side of an exisng oil/water separator without damage to or relocaon of the separator. At another locaon, Winter replaced a 30,000-gallon UST with a new double-wall berglass tank. The installaon was completed at an excavated depth four feet below groundwater. Point source dewatering was used to keep the excavaon free of standing water and to allow for the proper preparaon and bedding of the UST. Due to the high water table, deadmen were used to secure the UST. Excavaon preparaon, deadmen and UST installaon were all accomplished without the need for personnel to enter the excavaon. The upgrade work at the GSE Mideld was the most challenging aspect of the project. The locaon is Delta s primary equipment fueling and maintenance area, and is acve 24-hours a day with on-going fueling operaons. Winter also upgraded the pumping and dispensing systems on three 40,000-gallon USTs. Winter Environmental 3350 Green Pointe Parkway, Suite 200 Norcross, GA
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