KEMRON Environmental Services finished 2021 with ZERO OSHA Recordables which marks our second year in a row without a recordable incident!! This milestone is a testament to the hard work of our employee-owners and their commitment to completing projects in a safe manner without impacting quality. Thanks to Brad Kuntz, CIH, CSP, CHMM, SMS for continuing to keep Safety the number one priority at KEMRON. Our Safety Department is hiring across the United States.
KEMRON Environmental Services was awarded the closure of a leaking oil well at the Edwards 2 Leaking Oil Well Site in West Union, NY by EPA Region 2. This project is KEMRON’s 26th orphan oil well closure for EPA. Congratulations to Steve Cunningham on another award.
KEMRON Environmental Services recently started field work on our 3rd task order under our MEC Support SATOC with USACE Sacramento District at the former Fort Ord in Monterey, California. This $2.69 million task order entails the munitions cleanup and soil evaluation in Unit 5. KEMRON is currently conducting manual and mechanical vegetation clearance within the 130-acre unit and will complete surface MEC clearance, digital geophysical mapping, and munitions constituent sampling early in 2022.
KEMRON has been awarded Task Order 03 on our Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) Support Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District (CESPK) for at the former Fort Ord in Monterey, California. This task order will allow KEMRON to complete the full remediation of Unit 5 in the Impact Area. This award, valued at $2.69 million (without options), is for the munitions cleanup and soil evaluation in this 130-acre unit. KEMRON will field two 7-man UXO teams to complete the surface MEC removal following mechanical mastication of all site vegetation along with manual vegetation removal and limbing. After completion of the surface removal, digital geophysical mapping will then be performed by our long-time partner, NAEVA Geophysics, with direction from AECOM senior geophysicist leadership, followed by a field reconnaissance task under the Basewide Range Assessment program to determine if potential metals and explosives contamination exists in site soils.
KEMRON is pleased to announce the award of the Mississippi Corporation Superfund Site by EPA Region 4 to Leisnoi KEMRON 8A Joint Venture, LLC. At $35,119,020, it represents the largest HUBZone award in the history of EPA.
LKJV will be installing the third phase of the cap construction, follow-on work to KEMRON’s previous cap construction and water treatment at the site. The scope includes innovative liner/closure turf cover system installation, stormwater diversion system installation, surface impoundment dewatering and liner installation, and leachate collection system construction and installation.
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.