Construction projects often face a wide range of regulatory constraints, especially those with an environmental compliance component. E & E has completed more than $100 million in remedial construction/cleanup and compliance projects for both private- and public-sector clients representing hundreds of projects. Our multidisciplinary engineering teams work closely with clients and regulators to ensure project requirements reflect environmentally sound and economically feasible solutions, avoiding costly delays and liabilities. E & E offers a wide range of construction support services.
E & E uses proven, tested work practices while providing daily construction contract administrative and checking quality concerns. We provide engineering review of submittals and requests for information, and construction schedule monitoring to optimize material and equipment procurement and installation. We observe the contractor’s field work, document compliance with work requirements, verify quantities for contractor pay request, and provide prompt recommendations to the client regarding change orders to the project.
E & E can also provide specific environmental compliance planning products in support of construction or remediation projects including storm water pollution prevention plans, soil erosion control plans, hazardous materials management plans, cultural and historical artifacts management plans, and noise control monitoring and mitigation plans. For long-term remedial systems, E & E provides Operation and Maintenance services as well. E & E can act as either a third party oversight consultant, or as a managing contractor.
- Project Administration
- Cost & Schedule Monitoring
- Quality Assurance Services
- Contract Administration
- Health and Safety Monitoring
- Environmental Compliance Monitoring
- Environmental Compliance Planning
- O&M Planning and Implementation
For the Metropolitan Transit Authority Capital Construction (MTACC), E & E served as environmental manager for the $264-million, turnkey design and construction project for replacing the South Ferry Subway Terminal in lower Manhattan.
E & E is providing overall project management, community involvement, site investigation, facility siting, quality-of-life performance standards development, data management, and preparing remedial designs for the EPA-required dredging action of PCB contamination on the historic Hudson River.
E & E is conducting a four-year, $3-million (US) project to provide technical assistance for China’s World Bank-financed Sichuan Urban Development Project (SUDP), a $180-million project funded by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
- Mark Gillings
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