We offer unsurpassed expertise in solving complex environmental and remediation challenges facing the industry today. From management and oversight of major environmental projects to investigation and remediation of soil and groundwater impacts, Sullivan has the know-how to get the job done and the professional experience to keep the project within budget.
Sullivan offers a multidisciplinary staff of environmental professionals that include: civil, environmental and chemical engineers; biologists; geologists; hydrogeologists; environmental scientists; geographic information system specialists, waste resource scientists; and hazardous waste managers.
- Site Assessment & Characterization
- Regulatory and Policy Analysis
- Radiological Surveys & Decontamination
- Tank Cleaning & Certification
- Integrated GIS Management
- Facility Decontamination
- Permits and Compliance
- Environmental Auditing
- Remediation Services
- Water Resources
- Hazardous Waste
- Air Pollution
- Waste Water
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High-hazard responses present an unusually high risk to site workers and the public due to the reactive, chemical, radiological, or explosive nature of contaminants. These items pose a clear danger to the health and safety of all personnel that may come in contact with them. High-hazard work demands rigorous skills, attention to detail, and the training and experience to safely handle the response.
Sullivan has successfully undertaken this challenging work and continues to safely and successfully solve problems with Munitions and Explosive of Concern, Unexploded Ordnance (UXO), Chemical Warfare Materiel (CWM), Radioactive and Biological Materials, and Range Sustainability for the Department of Defense, the Environmental Protection Agency, state and local governments, and a host of commercial clients.
Sullivan and its key business partners have the crucial expertise and experience needed to perform high-hazard remediation safely and efficiently, and we fully understand the implications to all stakeholders.