Demolition of stack components and media blast coatings with toxic metals.
Replacement of fuel tanks and fuel lines at the Ocean City Fishing Center.
Provided services to Peninsula Regional Medical Center for COVID-19 renovation.
Demolished former Northumberland High School.
Performed demolition and abatement on the concourse and tarmac for concourse A expansion.
Performed the demolition/gut of all architectural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection components.
Remediated mold and replaced warehouse ceilings.
Installed holding tank for decontamination unit in the infectious control hospital wing.
Provided remediation of asbestos and moldy building materials in order to provide safe housing for the families of service personnel.
Removed window systems with lead paint and asbestos glazing. Blasted exterior lead coating down to the bare concrete substrate.
Sawcut and demolished structural concrete ceilings and decks with engineered shoring.
Demolished exterior finish as part of historic hospital renovation.
Abated asbestos insulation and demolished above-ground streamline and supports.
Abated hazardous materials and performed selective demolition in an aircraft hangar.
Removed 2 miles of asbestos bituminous coating from four fuel lines at the Yorktown Naval Weapons Station.
Removed paint containing heavy and toxic metals on the USS Eisenhower.
This project involved the removal of friable asbestos fireproofing and non-friable asbestos-containing materials.
Removed lead paint from interior and exterior of hangar doors as part of hangar renovation/modernization.
HAZMAT remediation in support of the four-year installation of the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI).
Performed lead abatement on historical buildings at Fort Monroe for a 10-year job order contract with the United States Army.
Excavated cementitious underground asbestos pipe for a new military housing development at Fort Eustis, Virginia.
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