A global oil and gas company required final decommissioning of a former terminal facility in Illinois. Active remediation had come to an end and city officials, eager to redevelop the 22-acre site, requested that the client remove all aging assets as quickly as possible in order to make the property marketable.
The presence of asbestos and other regulated materials in facility buildings, an unknown size and quantity of underground structures, a lack of historical site documentation, and interference from local unions posed significant challenges to the project.
Antea Group was contracted to serve as the General Contractor and Construction Manager for the project with primary responsibility for the estimation and removal of all remaining property assets including underground utilities, electric, sewer and product lines, underground storage tanks and above ground storage tanks.
To ensure the project met its aggressive schedule as well as the client's health and safety requirements, Antea Group prepared procurement plans and bid documents for the entire scope of work, developed safety documentation, and provided field work oversight, permitting, waste management and air monitoring support. Antea Group also performed all material quantity tracking and reporting.
The site was successfully cleared of all assets, including:
• 3 buildings
• 13 above ground tanks
• 1 underground tank
• 9,462 ft. of electrical conduit
• 7,149 ft. of remediation piping
• 3,542 ft. of storm sewer
• 2,405 ft. of product lines
• 84,518 ft.3 of concrete
• 10,663 ft.3 of asphalt
• 102 wells
The client accomplished their project objectives and the city was satisfied with the results.