Remedial Investigation, Former Mare Island Naval Shipyard, CA.
TREVET performed risk assessment and remedy evaluation for an industrial area with hexavalent chromium in soil and groundwater (GW); chlorinated VOCs in soil and GW from buried paint wastes; PCB-contaminated soil near an electrical transfer station; spent “green sand” media contaminated with metals from outdoor sandblasting of ship and submarine components; and a wetlands created when green sand was pushed into the bay. A biological avoidance plan for sensitive wetlands habitat for monitoring at the wetlands to protect the salt marsh harvest mouse. The results of a data gaps investigation were compiled into a combined RI/FS report that was completed within the approved budget and one year ahead of the schedule.
“Government has received very good value…[extra work] at no additional cost to the Government…professional and great to work with!”