GPS establishes primary and secondary project goals for each remedial engineering design project to outline exactly what the project intends to accomplish. Criteria used in evaluation of engineering alternatives include technical feasibility of the solution considering site conditions, probable effectiveness, cost of implementation, results of treatability and pilot studies, operational flexibilities, ease of maintenance, and regulatory acceptability.
The most viable alternative(s) are then further developed to the conceptual design stage. GPS prepares a preliminary design package including design bases, conceptual design layout, process and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), preliminary equipment layout and preliminary cost estimates for the most viable alternative. Upon completion of review of the preliminary design package, GPS prepares a bid document and assists it clients throughout the bidding process, or has the in-house capability to perform design-build serves.
GPS has used the following remedial techniques for removing hydrocarbons from soil:
Our experience in soil remediation includes the following projects:
Groundwater Remediation and Hydrocarbon Recovery
Groundwater contaminated with hydrocarbons can be remediated using a number of technologies. GPS is experienced in using the following remedial techniques to cleanup groundwater:
Our recent groundwater and hydrocarbon recovery experience includes projects for Conoco and Shell Petroleum and Devolvement Company.
Surface Impoundment Remediation
Treatment of refinery and petrochemical facility wastes contained in surface impoundments include the following methods:
Our experience in treatment of surface impoundment waste include the following projects:
Asbestos and Mold Remediation
GPS provides services to remove asbestos in commercial and industrial applications. Asbestos projects are managed in the most efficient and cost effective manner for clients. Mold abatement projects are conducted with the leading industry techniques and solutions. GPS provides a technical staff for analysis of both mold and asbestos containing materials, to provide a clear picture of options for clients.
GPS also provides qualified experience inspectors to conduct mold and asbestos surveys. GPS retains individuals experienced in indoor quality issues and concerns to conduct air monitoring.