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Various Marine Base and Naval Facilities in California Environmental Construction

Various Marine Base and Naval FacilitiesCalifornia Environmental Construction

Project Highlights:
  • Soil and groundwater remediation
  • Installation of groundwater pump and treat systems
  • Excavation of contaminated soil
  • Extraction piping connections to 72 groundwater wells
  • Strict construction schedules
  • Strict health and safety plan compliance

EEC Environmental (EEC) oversaw the installation of a piping conveyance network for a dual phase vapor extraction system at a Naval Air Facility Subcontractor for an Environmental Corporation. The system consisted of 10-inch vapor and water extraction piping from the treatment compound to seventy-two wells.  EEC completed the Project on schedule and within budget.

The organization was also a subcontractor for the client. EEC oversaw the installation of trenching, piping, backfill, resurfacing, well vaults, and granular activated carbon vessel repair for a groundwater remediation system for a Marine Corps Logistics Base in California.  EEC completed the Project on schedule and within budget.

EEC acted as a subcontractor for a corporation at a Naval Fuel Depot in California. EEC oversaw the installation of equipment, piping, and tanks for a water filtration system.  EEC completed the Project on schedule and within budget.

For more information on this project, contact:
jshaffer@eecenvironmental.com
Installation Oversight For Dual Phase Vapor Extraction System