Subsurface contamination at a site from a prior use—gas stations, dry cleaners, or pre-regulatory landfills, for instance—often negatively impacts mass grading, foundation excavation, and underground utility construction. This can result in unanticipated delays to the project schedule, additional cost, or both.
WithersRavenel has the professional experience and construction knowledge needed to identify these obstacles and develop a plan to safely and efficiently manage them. We utilize state-of-the art field monitoring and testing equipment and methods to rapidly assess the contaminated soil and groundwater. Even if subsurface contamination is discovered after construction is initiated, we can quickly develop plans and cost estimates, saving valuable time and money.
WithersRavenel also partners with contractors to develop site-specific health and safety plans and to provide construction monitoring for worker safety.