Field & Remediation

Environmental field services are provided by BB&A’s team of experienced technicians and includes the following services:

Quarterly and Semi-annual Groundwater Monitoring

  • Storm water sampling
  • Waste water sampling
  • Landfill groundwater and leachate monitoring
  • Remediation system O&M and system monitoring
  • Sub slab and soil gas air/vapor sampling

Remediation Services

Remediation services provided by BB&A include drilling, excavation, trenching, piping, and electrical services associated with the following types of remediation system installations.

BB&A is also capable of constructing, as required, remediation system compounds (e.g., concrete slab, fencing, or small building enclosures).

UST Decommissioning and Contaminated Soil Cleanup

BB&A is capable of providing UST decommissioning services and is broadly experienced with both in-place and removal decommissioning alternatives. BB&A is also capable of providing remediation services associated with cleanup of petroleum contaminated soil, including excavation and transportation services for off-site treatment or disposal. Where allowed by local jurisdictions, BB&A is also capable of constructing on-site cells for treatment of petroleum contaminated soils.

Staff Licensing and Training

BB&A is licensed by the Oregon Contractors Board (#76509), the Washington Department of Labor and Industries (#BERGEBA036PC), and the California Contractors State License Board (#645354).

The construction and field staff are licensed by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Washington Department of Ecology (DOE) to provide UST decommissioning and petroleum contaminated soil cleanup services. Additionally, all field staff have completed Hazardous Material Training as specified by OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 (i.e., 40 hour training plus annual eight [8] hour refresher courses) and have received standard first aid and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) instruction.

Serving commercial, industrial, residential, & public clientele throughout the western U.S. and Alaska since 1989.