We are an experienced federal contractor, providing a full range of environmental remediation services for the cleanup of sites contaminated with hazardous materials. We understand the critical construction requirements necessary to deliver complex remedial projects on-time and on-budget successfully and safely. As one of the first contractors to conduct environmental remediation services at EPA Superfund sites since the inception of CERCLA in 1980, Conti Federal brings demonstrated construction expertise, self-performing key remediation services. We understand the unique technical challenges and regulatory framework required to execute projects for federal clients and achieve success in implementing remedies at some of the most contaminated sites across the United States.
Providing a wide scope of remediation services, including soil/sediment excavation and earthwork, capping, sheet pile installation, construction dewatering, contaminated surface water and groundwater treatment, munitions removal, PFAS response, and site restoration, Conti Federal partners with our clients to ensure stakeholder expectations are exceeded. We are a full-service environmental remediation construction firm that holds small business status under NAICS 562910, bringing over 40 years of remedial action experience.
In this image: This remedial construction project including construction of a 310,000 gallon prestressed concrete water storage tank to supply clean water for over 300 New York residents and businesses.
In this image: Conti Federal's efforts resulted in the large-scale removal of radiological contaminants in a heterogeneous landfill matrix, receiving a performance evaluation rating of excellent.
In this image: Conti Federal safely completed the environmental remediation of the 20-acre Jack Waite Mine site in full compliance with EPA Region 10 regulatory requirements.
In this image: Before Conti Federal remediated the site, years of chemical dumping left volatile chemicals in the soil and groundwater, which supplies drinking water to 14,000 people.
In this image: Through creative value engineering, Conti Federal designed and constructed an enormous hydraulic barrier slurry wall system to 74-foot depths.
In this image: Over 820 acres of this training range were littered with unexploded ordnance and other hazardous waste, all remediated by Conti Federal on an aggressive schedule.
In this image: Conti Federal removed over 3,300 dangerous explosives with zero lost time incidents and without affecting military training schedules in the remote wilderness of Alaska.