Summit Environmental Contractors was awarded a contract by Herzog / Stacy and Witbeck, Inc. to perform environmental training, consulting and contracting services for hazardous materials at The Port of Los Angeles. The planned construction for the project includes an extension to the existing rail bridge, five new railroad storage tracks, an asphalt access roadway, new crossovers and switches, as well as modifications to the existing compressed air system of the Pier 400 rail storage yard and bridge.

Prior to construction Summit will perform the following services:

  • Plan Preparation – (HaSP & SAP)
  • Health and Safety Training
  • Material Sampling, Testing and Characterization
  • Waste Profiling and Manifesting
  • Transportation and Waste Disposal Services

Summit’s goal is to seamlessly integrate environmental services for public works infrastructure projects allowing the progression of our highways, ports and railroads to continue smoothly as we help create safer environments for both workers and the general public.


Summit provided profiling, removal and transportation for 1,500 tons of hazardous soil for Ames Construction for the Pit Property Development – Overheard Bridge to Lot 5 for The BNSF Railway Company in San Bernardino, CA.  The removal of the contaminated soil is in preparation for a new six span overhead bridge between Lot 5 and the recently developed Pit Property at the San Bernardino Intermodal Facility that will increase efficiency of this location. In addition to the removal of hazardous material, Summit will also be providing:

  • Safety Plans
  • Air Monitoring
  • Project Management

This scope of work ensures the safety the workers on site during this expansion as well as those in the surrounding area. BNSF Railway is one of North America’s leading freight transportation companies that operate approximately 32,500 route miles of track in 28 states. BNSF is one of the top transporters of consumer




Summit has been awarded both environmental consulting and contracting services for the 144 million dollar Fullerton Road Grade Project. The  project that will eliminate the existing at-grade crossing in the City of Industry crossing the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) Los Angeles Subdivision and Metrolink (Riverside Line) at UPRR milepost (MP) 21.43. When completed, the project will eliminate delays for emergency responders, crossing collisions and as well as traffic congestion. Summits scope of work will include:

  • Transportation & Disposal for both hazardous waste material and soil for beneficial reuse.
  • Plan preparation & Training.
  • Air monitoring & Site characterization.
  • Report Preparation.

Removing contaminated soil and disposing of it properly prevents toxins from reaching any potential ground water supply and takes away all possibilities of the surrounding community being affected by it.


Summit provided both in charge environmental consulting and contracting services as part of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Placentia Avenue Grade Separation project.  This was the first of seven-grade separation projects along the BNSF/Orangethorpe Corridor being constructed in the Orange County Bridges program. The construction project consisted of lowering the Placentia Avenue roadway under the BNSF tracks to provide a grade-separated crossing. Construction of bypass tracks and a temporary detour road were necessary to construct the Project. Summit’s scope of services included the completion of the following plans; Site-Specific Health and Safety Plan, Sample and Analysis Plan, and Soil Excavation Management Plan.  The field services included soil sample collection along 5,300 feet of track, soil analysis and characterization, and stockpile sampling, in addition to the transportation and disposal for over 130,000 tons of non-hazardous and California Hazardous soil.


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Summit provided environmental consulting and contracting services as part of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Orangethorpe Avenue Grade Separation project. The project consisted of raising the Orangethorpe Avenue roadway over the BNSF tracks to provide a grade-separated crossing. Summit’s scope of services included soil sample collection, characterization, and options for hazardous material disposal. Summit ultimately provided the  transportation and disposal for more than 200,000 tons of non-hazardous and California hazardous material.


Summit provided environmental contracting and consulting services as part of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Raymond Avenue Grade Separation project. Consulting services included soil sample collection along approximately 4,800 feet of railroad track and public right of way, soil testing and waste characterization. Summit also provided  statistical analysis and the transportation and disposal of of non-hazardous soil and 80,000 tons of contaminated and hazardous material.



As part of the ongoing railroad portal widening project, Summit Environmental Contractors has provided the transportation and disposal for Contaminated and Hazardous Materials, including the successful removal of more than 25,000 tons of contaminated soil, 2,000 tons of hazardous soil, and 100 tons of railroad ties and ballasts. Summit has also collected and analyzed more than 150+ soil samples in order to determine the appropriate disposal classification for excavated soil. This project is scheduled to run through 2023 with the estimated project budget at $650 Million.