Location: Midwest

Experienced Team, Skilled Implementation Translates into Project Success

Experienced Team, Skilled Implementation Translates into Project Success Location Industry Challenge Close a wet fly ash impoundment safely and on schedule Closing a 300-acre wet fly ash impoundment ─ especially one that requires dam modification and spillway construction ─ required a company with many capabilities. ENTACT tackled the challenge with expertise, coordinating a significant number …

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Remediating Environmental Impact Near an Urban Waterfront

Remediating Environmental Impact Near an Urban Waterfront Location Industry Challenge Remediate a former MGP site in preparation for waterfront redevelopment A city hoped to redevelop a former manufactured gas plant (MGP) site into a waterfront destination. Prior to development, the site needed treatment for environmental impact – a challenge considering the site’s location in a …

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Safety and Skill Count When Closing a Coal Ash Impoundment

Safety and Skill Count When Closing a Coal Ash Impoundment Location Industry Challenge Close a large-scale wet ash impoundment with difficult access and site conditions in accordance with regulations on defined schedule A Midwest utility needed to close a 140-acre wet fly ash impoundment − challenging work because of the difficult and unstable conditions involved. …

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From Contaminated to Clean: Remediating a River Tributary

From Contaminated to Clean: Remediating a River Tributary Location Industry Challenge Remediate a flash flood tributary basin contaminated with PCBs Our client was faced with a sensitive remediation challenge – a tributary basin, adjacent to the client’s operating facility, had been contaminated with PCBs. Soil and sediment were impacted.   ENTACT worked in partnership with our …

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