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Specifications

Client

Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Description

Preparation/evaluation of engineering design specifications

Location

Statewide, Michigan

Project Highlights

  • Preparation/evaluation of engineering design specifications
  • Review of trade contractor submittals
  • Physical/environmental hazard assessments & human health risk evaluations
  • Electrical components & miscellaneous items of concern inventories
  • Reclamation & management of inert/non-inert materials
  • Project & bid cost preparation/evaluation
  • Overall management of construction, demolition, & remedial actions
  • Asbestos assessment surveys/lead-based paint inspections
  • Abandoned container & waste inventories
  • Site grading/erosion control/restoration
  • Materials separation & transportation for disposal or recycling
  • Geophysical investigations/evaluations
  • Preliminary site assessments
  • Asbestos inspections
  • Detailed site inspections & waste inventories

ECT has served as a Professional Service Contractor to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality under the Clean Michigan Initiative, and has been the recipient of two multi-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity Level of Effort Contracts by the Department of Technology, Management and Budget to provide comprehensive engineering specifications and designs, construction management services, and environmental services associated with the abatement of physical/environmental hazards and human health risks at state-funded project sites throughout Michigan. The types and sizes of these projects have ranged from multi-story industrial complexes, manufacturing buildings, schools, and recycling facilities, to automobile service stations and vacant wetland areas.

ECT’s role in these projects has been to conduct a comprehensive environmental assessment of each facility in order to compile information relevant to the preparation of engineering specifications designed to raze the structures and/or abate the existing physical/environmental hazards, and to facilitate redevelopment of the sites in accordance with the objectives of the local units of government.