Conti remediated mine tailings in a remote location and in harsh winter weather conditions.
Through creative value engineering, Conti designed and constructed an enormous hydraulic barrier slurry wall system to 74-foot depths.
Over 820 acres of this training range were littered with unexploded ordnance and other hazardous waste, all remediated by Conti on an aggressive schedule.
Conti's efforts resulted in the large-scale removal of radiological contaminants in a heterogeneous landfill matrix.
Located in the harsh, remote wilds of central Alaska, Eielson Air Force Base provides training and fighter and bomber units to United States military installations around the world.
Some of the buildings in the Y‑12 National Security complex showed significant effects of long-term chemical use prompting the Department of Energy (DOE) to take action.
Containing harmful contaminants and adjacent to an urban area of Newark and the Passaic River, the site of a former manufactured coal gas plant was in need of remediation.