Site Assessments

GEC has completed thousands of environmental site assessments. Our cost-effective investigative techniques provide the requisite levels of site information. In addition to All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI), ASTM, or client-specific standards, we follow assessment procedures recommended or mandated by various state and federal agencies.

Waste Site Program

GEC has extensive experience conducting waste site investigations, remediation, risk assessment and regulatory closure activities. GEC also provides peer review and litigation support.

Environmental Health & Safety

GECs approach to regulatory services focuses on providing our clients the steps and tools for achieving regulatory compliance. GEC keeps the client needs in mind while developing innovative solutions and customized compliance programs.

Environmental Engineering

GEC has comprehensive experience in a wide array of environmental services and engineering particularly in the areas of water and wastewater system design, construction support, and operations and maintenance.

Related Projects

GEC conducts investigations and assessments to identify, characterize, and, if necessary, remediate oil and/or hazardous material (OHM) contamination. Investigations and assessments are designed and implemented in accordance with state and federal regulations, policies, and MCP guidelines.

GEC completes a broad range of response and remediation actions required for OHM releases. Our innovative, cost-effective approach keeps in mind the possible outcomes of the investigation, regulatory implications, current and potential future site use, and client resources throughout the process.

GEC's oil and hazardous material services include:

  • Underground storage tank (UST) assessment, closure, and remediation;
  • Release or spill investigation and removal action;
  • Imminent Hazard Evaluations;
  • Determination of regulatory reporting requirements;
  • Response to notices of enforcement by regulatory agencies;
  • Phase I-Limited Site Investigations; site inspection; subsurface investigation; agency review to identify environmental resource areas, sensitive receptors, land use, site history, and evidence of OHM use, storage, and release;
  • Phase II - Comprehensive Site Assessments; hydrogeological investigation, determining source, extent and magnitude of contamination, contaminant fate and transport modeling, risk characterization with respect to public health, welfare, safety, and the environment;
  • Contaminant fate and transport modeling (air, soil, groundwater); and
  • Remedial system design, installation, oversight, and operation and maintenance.