DESIGN AND REMEDIATION
Once the extent of contamination has been defined and the necessity of remediation is determined, a remedial design is developed that incorporates the best available technology for contaminant remediation while considering the physical properties and development of the site. The remedial design and implementation are often performed in conjunction with state-funded or voluntary cleanup programs and those programs generally dictate the final form of the remediation.
The technology involved in the cleanup of contaminated property is ever evolving. GuideWire’s senior staff stays current with changes in the industry to insure that our client’s remedial needs are being addressed utilizing the best available technology. We are also cognizant of the fact that the design of these advanced engineering projects often requires review, certification and approval by state-licensed individuals. We are constantly evaluating our affiliate needs to insure that we are able to provide all necessary licensure and certification across the country.