St. Croix, US Virgin Islands
ET Environmental served as the Project Manager in the remediation and demolition of a decommissioned aluminum refinery on the island of St. Croix. The project consisted of a preparation of bid documents and work scopes for each unit of the refinery to be demolished. ET handled the bidding, contractor selection and managed the demolition of the plant. The project lasted 16 months and resulted in the generation of approximately 27,000 metric tons of scrap steel, in addition to the recycling of copper and stainless steel. The scrap steel was loaded on three separate ships and delivered to recycling facilities in Greece. Because of the scrap value, the project was done at no cost to the project owner. A portion of the demolition site was reused to locate two 500,000-gallon molasses tanks associated with a new run distillery construction on another portion of the site.
The abatement and demolition of Soldier Field and the adjoining Park District building was a fast-tracked project that was performed in nine months. ET Environmental and its subcontractors performed and managed the whole process from design, abatement and demolition to final clearance, and they performed the Operations and Maintenance program for construction of the new stadium.
Invesco Field at Mile High
ET Environmental provided soil remediation, hazardous materials abatement, demolition, and project management services for a multiphase redevelopment project at the former Mile High Stadium and McNichols Sports Arena Complex in Denver. ET managed the disposal of 250,000-cubic yards of contaminated soil materials, abatement at the McNichols Sports Arena, and abatement and demolition of Mile High Stadium.
United States Military Academy – Historic Hotel Thayer
West Point, NY
ET Environmental provided hazardous materials abatement and interior demolition services for the Hotel Thayer located on the campus of the U.S. Military Academy. ET directed all abatement activities for the removal of asbestos containing materials and lead-based paint. ET provided third party air clearance testing and developed all closure documentation.
Massachusetts General Hospital
ET was contracted to manage all utility disconnections, hazardous building abatement and selective demolition activities of the Clinics, Tilton & VBK Buildings located on the MGH Campus. The total square footage of the three buildings was approximately 300,000-square feet and the project was completed while the surrounding hospital remained active. A new 530,000-square foot clinical facility will be constructed for completion in 2011. ET worked directly for MGH/Partners HealthCare.