Summit provided environmental consulting and contracting services as part of the Interstate 5/Carmenita Road Interchange project. The construction included the removal of the existing two-lane over-crossing at Carmenita Road, realignment of existing frontage roads, and construction of a tight diamond interchange with a new Carmenita Road over Interstate 5 and the Union Pacific Railroad crossing.

Services included preparation of a health and safety plan, excavation and transportation plan, lead compliance plan, sampling, and analysis plan, and transportation and disposal plan outlining the requirements for the handling of contaminated material. Fieldwork included geotechnical drilling of seventy (70) soil borings to approximately sixty (60) feet below ground surface to determine the location and thickness of the impermeable layer above the Artesia Aquifer, collection and testing for 7500 soil samples from over twenty (20) excavations and 250  soil stockpiles. Along with the transportation and disposal for 60,000 tons of contaminated soil.

 

Summit provided both in charge environmental consulting and contracting services as part of Highway Construction Activities in District 7 Route 210 from Interstate 5. Summits’ scope of work included Metrolink right-of-way improvements by excavating, loading, transporting, and disposing of a total of 1,305 Tons of hazardous and contaminated material at a proper landfill.

Services included preparation of an excavation and transportation plan, lead compliance plan, sampling, and analysis plan, and transportation and disposal plan outlining the requirements for the handling of contaminated material. Field work also included air monitoring, sampling, and training for hazardous materials.

 

This project involves the excavation, loading, transportation, and disposal of 2,670 tons of Type Z-2 impacted hazardous material.

Services included preparation of a health and safety plan, excavation and transportation plan, lead compliance plan, sampling, and analysis plan for potential environmental impacts due to ADL from motor vehicle exhaust in the surface and near-surface soils on the roadway within the project boundaries, and transportation and disposal plan outlining the requirements for the handling of contaminated material. The Type Z-2 contaminated material was removed from the Right-of-Way shoulder areas along northbound State Route 33 from Post Mile 69.3 to 70.9 in Firebaugh, Fresno County, California, by directly loaded it into end-dump trucks and transported for disposal at a Class I disposal site.

Other fieldwork included sampling and testing for contaminates and air sampling and worker training for lead.

 

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Summit provided both in charge environmental consulting and contracting services for the 200 million dollar Valley View interchange construction project for the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). The construction job consisted of the widening of both the Valley View overcrossing and the I-5 freeway. As part of the construction, thirteen industrial properties and several government owned parcels previously determined to be contaminated required to be excavated, stockpiled, sampled, characterized and transported for proper disposal.

Summits scope of services included the completion of the following plans: Site-Specific Health and Safety Plan, Sampling and Analysis Plan, Excavation Plan, Transportation Plan, and a Stockpile Management Plan. The field services provided included the sampling and analytical testing for 1200 stockpiles and 6000 samples and the characterization transportation and disposal for more than 42,000 tons of contaminated material. In addition, Summit performed dewatering, sampling, and liquid disposal for more than 400,000 gallons of contaminated liquid.

Summit received high marks for safety, communication, efficiency and overall performance.

 

Summit Environmental Contractors provided environmental contracting services for construction activities located along an approximate 3.5-mile segment for both the north and south bound Interstate 710. Health and safety training was also conducted to protect workers and the public from hazards. Field work included sampling, testing and air monitoring for 1146 Compliance. Due to the high level of Aerially Deposited Lead (ADL) 6,417 Tons of hazardous material was removed and disposed of at a Class I landfill. Summit prepared a Lead Compliance Plan (LCP) and an Excavation and Transportation Plan (ETP) for the proper operating procedures of handling and transporting lead.

 

Santa Clarita

Summit Environmental Contractors worked with Granite Construction Company as a subcontractor providing the transportation and disposal for over 8,100 tons of Cal-Haz material. Services provided include a lead compliance plan (LCP) and an excavation and transportation plan (ETP) as well as sampling and testing and air monitoring and training.