KEMRON is pleased to announce we were awarded a Preplaced Remedial Action Contract (PRAC) by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District. KEMRON will share the contract pool of $176.25M with firm fixed price or cost reimbursable task orders covering a wide range of environmental response actions for both environmental and munitions services. Activities range from excavation and munitions removal actions to comprehensive groundwater cleanup and dredging. Projects will primarily be assigned in the USACE Northwest Division. For more information, please contact our Program Manager, John England, PE, PMP.
Dan Kowalski, Response Manager, brings more than 30 years of direct, on-scene multidisciplinary field experience in hazardous waste site cleanup as well as specialized experience managing oil well closure operations for abandoned and/or leaking production wells under the Oil Pollution Act. Dan’s experience and reputation should provide KEMRON a number of well closure task orders. In his role as a Response Manager, Dan will manage a wide range of task orders anticipated under our ERRS Region 2 contract.
Janelle Kite, T&D Coordinator and Chemist, has more than 12 years of direct, on-scene experience in chemical spill containment and cleanup, emergency response, and hazardous waste site cleanup and disposal activities including experience with disposing of naturally occurring radioactive material. Janelle has been responsible for sampling, hazcatting, and profiling a wide spectrum of wastes. She has prepared items for disposal by lab packing, labeling and placarding. She will fulfill the role of T&D Coordinator and/or Chemist on current and future projects.
Trey Young is a Project / Response Manager with over 14 years professional experience in the environmental field, working on a wide range of projects. He has extensive experience with emergency response work and confined space entry. He also brings experience with due diligence activities, soil remediation and the operation and maintenance of groundwater remediation systems. Located in Atlanta, he will support Southeast Home and Construction Services on other ongoing projects.
Paul Adams brings more than 15 years as a Field Cost Administrator (FCA). In this role for multiple ERRS contracts, Paul has provided field administrative support including support for procurement, contracts, daily reporting, tracking and documenting of site costs including labor hours. He has knowledge of EPA’s RCMS software program in which all costs are tracked during project implementation. He has knowledge of procurement and subcontracting practices, project scheduling and general site operations. Paul will also train newer FCA’s as they are added to the contract.
KEMRON is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the EPA Region 2 Emergency & Rapid Response Contract (ERRS)!The contract is for CERCLA emergency, time critical, non-time critical, oil spill, and Stafford Act response in the states of New York, New Jersey and the territories of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. KEMRON held this contract from 2012 to 2015 where we completed 79 task orders totaling $42.7M providing a wide range of remediation services – waste removal/treatment, spill control, excavation, drum handling, tank cleaning/removal, building decontamination/demolition, waste treatment, T&D, site restoration, and building/operating groundwater treatment facilities. We look forward to working with EPA Region 2 on this important contract.
KEMRON Environmental Services, Inc. is under contract with Auburn University to assist with the remediation of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) impacted soils on a 10-acre tract of land on the Campus. A Corrective Measures Implementation Plan (CMIP) was prepared which is the corrective measures strategy for soil remediation. The CMIP provides a comprehensive account of past activities, a screening evaluation of remedial technology alternatives, a description of the recommended corrective measure, and details regarding the implementation and schedule of the remedy at the Site in compliance with Auburn’s RCRA Permit. After receiving approval from Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM), KEMRON prepared a detailed corrective measure design for the excavation and removal of 2,200 cubic yards of Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) PCB hazardous waste soils, 17,000 cubic yards of non-hazardous waste and offsite disposal at landfills permitted for hazardous waste and non-hazardous waste disposal. KEMRON is currently performing construction oversight of this $4 million remediation project that will be the future home of a new chiller plant for the Campus.