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					Statement of Qualifications
Statement of Qualifications
    Statement of

            Contact Us:

         Anchorage Office
2000 W. International Airport Road, #C-1
      Anchorage, Alaska 99502
         Phone: 907-563-0013
          Fax: 907-563-6713

         Marysville Office
         706 Cedar Avenue
    Marysville, Washington 98270
       Phone: 360-651-9622
         Fax: 360-653-7983

        San Antonio Office
      1380 Pantheon Way, #280
      San Antonio, Texas 78232
       Phone: (210) 490-5877

       Web site:
In This Statement of Qualifications…

Section                                                                                                               Page

FIRM PROFILE ............................................................................................................... 1
     Company Overview .............................................................................................. 1
     Staff and Technology Resources.......................................................................... 2
     Work Approach..................................................................................................... 2
     Company Commitment to Safety.......................................................................... 3
     Bonding and Financial Capacity ........................................................................... 4
     Ownership of BEESC ........................................................................................... 4
     Advantages of Small Business and Indian Ownership Status .............................. 5
     Small Business Prime Contractor Recognition ..................................................... 5
     Corps of Engineers Safety Accolades .................................................................. 5
     Company Organization Chart ............................................................................... 6

INTRODUCING THE MANAGEMENT TEAM................................................................. 7

CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES ..................................................................................13

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ......................................................................................17


BRISTOL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC...............................................................24

APPENDIX A: Descriptions of Recent Projects

APPENDIX B: Other Representative Projects

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                                         Firm Profile

Company Overview
Bristol Environmental & Engineering Services Corporation
(BEESC) is an Alaska Native-owned company providing civil
engineering,    environmental,   and    construction   and
construction management services. Launched in 1994 as a
consulting enterprise offering environmental services,
BEESC today houses a full range of capabilities. These
diverse capabilities and the project experience of the firm
enable us to offer total project management that                                Anchorage
encompasses planning, design, and construction.
                         BEESC engineers, scientists, and technical staff meet the needs of
                         public and private entities of all sizes from offices in Anchorage, Alaska;
                         Marysville, Washington, near Seattle; and San Antonio, Texas.
                         BEESC has completed road, landfill,
                         site civil, water and wastewater, site
                         investigation, waste characterization,
                         demolition, and environmental
                         cleanup and restoration projects.
                         We have performed more than 450
                         projects for private and government
                                                                                San Antonio
                                                                       (Photo courtesy of San Antonio CVB)
We provide the following services:
♦ Civil engineering, including                          ♦ Environmental engineering
  transportation, sanitation, and utilities             ♦ Environmental assessment
♦ Construction and construction                         ♦ Remediation
                                                        ♦ Site investigation
♦ Heavy equipment construction for roads,
                                                        ♦ Permitting
  airstrips, and dams
                                                        ♦ Geology and hydrology evaluation
♦ Demolition
                                                        ♦ Mineral resource evaluation
♦ Project management
♦ Site development

Following this firm profile section and an introduction of the BEESC management team, our civil
engineering, environmental, and construction and construction management services are
described in greater detail. Recent project descriptions and a list of representative projects are
provided in Appendices A and B, respectively.

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    BEESC is well established with more than $23 million in annual revenue
     ♦ Launched in 1994 – 11 years of project experience
     ♦ Wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation
     ♦ Financial backing and resources of a $321 million revenue Alaska corporation
     ♦ Capabilities in civil engineering, environmental, and construction and
       construction management services
     ♦ Offices in Anchorage, Alaska; Marysville, Washington; and San Antonio, Texas
     ♦ More than 450 projects for private and government clients
     ♦ Bonding capacity of $30 million per project and $100 million aggregate

Staff and Technology Resources
The year-round staff of BEESC exceeds 80
employees and includes engineers, scientists,
project managers, technicians of many
different disciplines, and support staff. Our
resources include computer-aided design
(CAD) experts, technical writers and editors,
geographical      information system     (GIS)
experts, and other data specialists. Our field
teams are selected to provide the appropriate
capabilities for each task.
BEESC maintains state-of-the-art computer         Field work in Alaska often requires small-plane travel
                                                                     to remote sites.
technology with the latest versions of most
software programs. We use database management software to prepare models and GIS
software to interpret results and trends. Data sources include laboratory analysis of field
sampling and data we collected with specialized technologies such as remote sensing.

Work Approach
BEESC’s approach to providing the best work product is to use experienced, capable people
working in proven, productive, and efficient environments. Because the individuals involved can
make or break a project, we recognize that our greatest asset is the people in our company.
Says Joe Terrell, chief executive officer and director of operations, “We believe a company is
only as good as the people in it. We believe we’ve got the best people.”
In project execution, BEESC focuses on scope, cost, schedule, and the quality control and
quality assurance of these activities. In addition, we make certain that the client and BEESC
have the same and complete understanding of these project components. Finally, we apply the
necessary and appropriate resources to meet the goals of the project. BEESC has proven
systems for management of data, documents, and financial aspects, and we have people with
the depth of experience in the disciplines necessary to accomplish the project goals.
Because BEESC employees are skilled and cross-trained in many areas, their expertise allows
flexibility for completing projects. On each project, we evaluate methods that will eliminate

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unnecessary activities. We conduct periodic reviews during projects with clients to ensure that
goals are being met. Reviews to compare the costs to date with the work completed, along with
data verification and client contacts, ensure the quality of our performance.

        “…We have used Bristol Environmental in our remediation projects. …They
        have consistently demonstrated their capabilities throughout the course of
            these projects and have shown us that they have the right mix of
              services, competitive attitude, and work and business ethics
                       to continue as one of our key contractors.”
                              –Samuel C. Johnson, III, Colonel, Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces

Company Commitment to Safety
Employees of BEESC know that safety is a primary
concern during all project activities. Workplace and
worker safety is important not only because we value
the welfare of our employees, but also because the
success of our projects—and our business—depends
on it.
We realize that to achieve zero accidents, every
employee must be committed to knowing and using
safe working practices. This commitment also includes
                                                                        Appropriate personal protective equipment
maintenance of a drug-free workplace and worker                        is worn when handling hazardous materials
support for our no-drugs policy.                                                       or wastes.

                                                   To present basic information for conducting
        “Bristol Environmental &                   business in a safe manner, BEESC prepared an
   Engineering Services Corporation                Occupation Safety and Health Manual. We require
     is committed to maintaining a
       safe environment under all
                                                   that every employee of the firm become familiar
    working conditions. Our goal is                with the contents of the manual and be able to
    to achieve zero accidents with                 apply the information in a practical and competent
       every job and with all work                 manner. All employees share responsibility for their
      conducted for the company.”                  own safety and the safety of their coworkers.
                         —Joe Terrell, CEO
                                                    Safety is efficient, practical, and effective. It’s the
                                                    right way to do business.

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Bonding and Financial Capability
BEESC has successfully completed 77
                                                         Bristol Bay Native Corporation
bonded projects. As a wholly owned
                                                               manages assets of
subsidiary   of    Bristol   Bay Native                      the Bristol Bay region
Corporation, BEESC has the financial
backing and resources of a $321 million
(revenues) Alaska corporation.
BEESC’s excellent safety record has also
earned superior bonding capability. Our
insurance company has expressed its
confidence in our firm by bonding BEESC
up to $30 million per individual project and
$100 million aggregate—making us
exceptional among firms of comparable
size and performing comparable work. This
evaluation of BEESC’s financial capacity
reflects  capability    and    performance
independent of the parent company’s

Ownership of BEESC                                         The parent company of BEESC is
                                                        Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC),
BEESC is a wholly owned subsidiary of                   one of 13 Native Regional Corporations
Bristol Bay Native Corporation, an Alaska               created by Congress through the 1971
Native Regional Corporation. The financial               Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
resources of our parent company and our                   BBNC has 7,200 shareholders who
own balance sheet have helped BEESC                           primarily are Yup'ik Eskimos,
undertake large projects that have been                  Athabascans, and Aleuts. The BBNC
                                                           region (shown in the map above)
key to company growth. We are proud to                       encompasses 29 villages and
be a profit-generating subsidiary that                        40,000 square miles of land.
contributes to the financial health of our
parent organization. BEESC has built a
business volume of roughly $23 million

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Advantages of Small Business and Indian Ownership Status
BEESC recently graduated from the Small Business Administration 8(a) program and is certified
as a small business under numerous North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
codes. Through ownership by our parent Native corporation, BEESC also is a 100% Indian-
owned firm. On some federal projects, private contractors can benefit from teaming
arrangements with BEESC because of our Indian-owned status. Incentive programs are
available to contractors that use Indian-owned enterprises as subcontractors on federal
projects. If authorized by a specific federal contract, the contractor can receive an incentive
payment of 5% of the amount subcontracted to an Indian-owned enterprise.

                                              Small Business Prime Contractor Recognition
                                              In early 2002, BEESC was notified by the U.S. Small
   “Your nomination establishes
                                              Business Administration (SBA) that one of our federal
       you as one of the top
       small business prime                   clients, the Engineering Field Activity, Northwest, of the
     contractors in your area.”               U.S. Navy, nominated BEESC for Regional Small
                                              Business Prime Contractor of the Year. As a result,
     —Robert S. Paccione, Area Director for
                                              BEESC has earned the SBA Administrator’s Award for
                 Government Contracting,
       U.S. Small Business Administration     Excellence, recognizing outstanding contribution and
                                              service as one of the top small business prime
                                              contractors in the Northwest Region.

Corps of Engineers Safety Accolades
In late 2003, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District, announced that BEESC was
the recipient of the following awards for work performed on the Northeast Cape project:
♦ Alaska District, fourth quarter 2003, Large Project (over $5 million),“Celebrate Safety” award
♦ Alaska District, 2003 Overall Annual, Large Project, “Celebrate Safety” award
♦ Pacific Ocean Division, 2003 Construction Contractor of the Year, Large Civil category
♦ Nominee for Chief of Engineers, Division Level, Safe Contractor Award 2003 (in competition
  with other division districts)

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                      Introducing the Management Team

At BEESC, we recognize that our personnel are the cornerstones of our success. Their
experience and skills enable us to successfully meet the needs of our clients. This section
introduces several senior staff members who often lead our project teams.

Joe Terrell, Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Terrell brings
experience gained during more than 30 years of performing and
managing projects in Alaska to his role of managing the business
operations of BEESC. He has the responsibility and authority to
ensure that adequate resources are available to meet the
requirements of all projects. Mr. Terrell is directly accessible to
assist clients in resolving any issues pertaining to individual and
project performance, schedule, budget, and quality.
Mr. Terrell’s business management experience includes
engineering, environmental investigations, remediation, and Joe Terrell brings more than
restoration projects in remote areas of Alaska, as well as 30 years of Alaska project
                                                                  experience to his role as Chief
design/build construction projects, landfill and underground Executive Officer.
storage tank closures, demolition projects, and
construction of housing and highly specialized             “Bristol Environmental has
facilities. He has personally managed multiple           developed innovative solutions
concurrent, large-scale, technical projects ranging from   to our problems, and they
$1.2 million to $23 million.                                have provided excellent
                                                                services while maintaining
                                                                     the highest work
Mr. Terrell is familiar with requirements of conducting
                                                                  and business ethics.”
large projects in remote areas for private, state, and
federal contracts. He also has proven capabilities in                             —Kent Kohlhase,
                                                                              USDA Forest Service,
resolving regulatory compliance and contracting                             Chugach National Forest

Jim Vogel, P.E., Senior Civil Engineer. Mr. Vogel has more than 36 years of experience in the
fields of general civil and sanitary engineering, including 21 years in Alaska and 8 years in the
Pacific Northwest. In the past 16 years, he has managed more than 50 projects throughout
Alaska, ranging from $6 million in value for the Municipality of Anchorage to small projects for
rural villages and remote mining camps. These projects include the planning, design,
construction, and operations of water, wastewater, solid waste, and roadway facilities with site
conditions that varied from high arctic and permafrost to the extreme rainfall and coastal climate
of the Aleutian Island Chain.

Mr. Vogel is a certified Corrosion Technician and has performed corrosion investigations as well
as design for cathodic protection systems for pipelines and storage tanks.

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Steve Johnson, P.E., Senior Project Manager. Mr. Johnson has more than 28 years of
multidisciplinary environmental and geotechnical experience as an engineering geologist in
Alaska. He has managed soil and groundwater investigations for property assessments,
remedial investigations, and feasibility studies at hazardous waste sites and for underground
fuel spills.

Mr. Johnson provides direction in project development, program management, quality control,
scope of work assessment, and technical review. During the past 10 years, he has served as
program manager for environmental remediation contracts totaling more than $30 million.

Mr. Johnson also has been responsible for managing contracts for construction of new fuel
facilities statewide worth more than $15 million. Recently he managed a demolition and
environmental cleanup project on Amchitka Island worth $12 million and a removal action on
Northeast Cape, St. Lawrence Island, also worth $12 million.

Patricia Curl, Senior Project Manager. Ms. Curl is a hydrologist with 23 years of experience in
managing, coordinating, and performing all aspects of project activities for large environmental
projects in Alaska and many other states. She brings knowledge and understanding of
compliance with federal environmental regulations (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
[RCRA], Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act [CERCLA],
Occupational Safety and Health Administration [OSHA], and U.S. Department of Transportation

Ms. Curl has conducted hazardous materials removal and disposal, site investigations, soil and
groundwater remediation, water quality and groundwater studies, and environmental site
assessments. She has managed projects involving investigation and remediation of soil and
groundwater at private facilities, military installations, railroad yards, industrial sites,
petrochemical facilities, and mine sites.

Matthew Morrow, P.E., Senior Civil Engineer. Mr. Morrow has more than 28 years of
experience with the design and construction of rural airport and road projects in Alaska. He
worked in the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) Design and
Construction Section for 25 years, where he worked on a variety of federally-funded airport,
road, and bridge projects. He has served as inspector, project engineer, district materials
engineer, and airport designer, culminating his career with the DOT&PF as Western District
Design Engineering Manager. Since joining the private sector in 2000, Mr. Morrow has
managed more than $3 million of DOT&PF-sponsored, federally funded airport design, value
engineering, bridge foundations study, and construction contract administration projects.

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Jim Stonebraker, Senior Construction Manager. Mr. Stonebraker has 26 years of experience
in managing all aspects of a wide variety of public and private construction projects. He has
served as senior project manager for construction of school and university buildings, military
facilities, hotels, office buildings, commercial buildings, roadways, utilities, industrial site
development, and environmental remediation projects ranging from several thousand dollars to
more than $25 million. Clients have included military, federal, state, and local government
agencies, as well as the private sector.

Mr. Stonebraker has a strong technical background in engineering and construction and well-
developed skills in estimating, scheduling, contract administration, and modern networked
software programs. He has a wide range of experience in both urban and geographically remote
locations and is able to effectively work with diverse groups of people and organizations in
complex, multidisciplinary project environments to achieve project goals and objectives.

Tim Grier, P.E., Senior Civil Engineer. With more than 13 years of civil engineering
experience, Mr. Grier is well versed in the planning, design, and construction of road, water,
sewer, solid waste facilities, and general civil projects throughout Alaska. His engineering and
project experience enables him to efficiently develop and manage all project phases, from initial
concept design, field data collection, and feasibility study through final design and construction
management. These projects range from providing design services for sections of Interstate 5 in
Seattle, Washington, to designing aboveground vacuum wastewater collection systems in the
Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, to managing fast-track design-build projects for the National Park
Service. Mr. Grier is also proficient with the use of AutoCAD and other civil design software
such as Land Development Desktop.

   “The professionalism exhibited
     by BEESC was exemplary.
    BEESC consistently produced
    quality work and maintained
    positive working relationships
       with the entire Owner/
     Designer/Contractor team.”
                          —Jonathan P. Kumin,
            President, Kumin Associates, Inc.,
   regarding the Kulis Air National Guard Base
                             Dining Hall Project

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Greg Beischer, C.P.G., Senior Earth Resources Consultant. Mr. Beischer is a geologist and
mining engineering technologist with 16 years of experience specializing in exploration and
development of deposits of base and precious metals, industrial minerals, and construction
materials. He has managed large-scale, integrated, multidisciplinary mineral exploration
programs in search of economic mineral and material deposits.
Mr. Beischer’s expertise includes evaluation of the potential of mineral districts, through
compilation of available public and private data sets, and the use of geographic information
system (GIS) technology to evaluate regional mineral data. He has evaluated and developed
hard rock quarry sites and created mining plans for efficient sand and gravel operations.
                                                  Recently, Mr. Beischer has successfully orchestrated
                                                  the development of a hard rock mineral industry within
                                                  the Bristol Bay region of Alaska. Additionally, he is in
                                                  the process of helping to develop a petroleum industry
                                                  in the same region. Mr. Beischer is well-versed in
                                                  environmental and permitting issues relating to major
                                                  earth resource industrial developments. He has
                                                  successfully managed large groups of geoscientists
                                                  and has proven capabilities in management of
                                                  complex, challenging projects with a high degree of
                                                  public visibility.
        Development of a rock source near
   Dillingham, Alaska, for armor stone, riprap,
                 and aggregate.

Clark Roberts, C.I.H., Health and Safety Manager. Mr. Roberts has more than 21 years of
progressive experience in developing solutions to client needs in the areas of regulatory,
operational, and liability risk management. He is experienced in managing technical and
professional personnel. Mr. Roberts has developed national policies and programs for the U.S.
Air Force and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in management of occupational and
environmental health issues. He has lead and performed on-site chemical exposure
investigations; regulatory compliance assessments, remedial site investigations, field
evaluations, and hazardous materials site characterizations. As a former compliance officer for
OSHA, Mr. Roberts has significant experience with determining potential exposure to chemical
agents, setting appropriate exposure limits, recommending controls, and assessing the
effectiveness of existing program efforts. His familiarity with OSHA and U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) regulations enables him to assess compliance, identify needs, and
reduce risks.
Brian Galm, Technical Services Manager. Mr. Galm supervises and manages all technical
Information Technology, CAD, and Geographical Information System (GIS) work. He has more
than 17 years of multidiscipline experience, including mapping and surveying, as well as
environmental, civil engineering, and construction projects. Mr. Galm is proficient in AutoCAD,
including customization and standardization, and is capable of preparing three-dimensional
piping plans, electrical diagrams, and presentation quality prints. His background includes 8
years of field surveying experience and 5 years of GIS experience.

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Langston Walker, Business Development. Mr. Walker has 29 years of environmental and
construction experience with the federal service. His most recent experience was with the Naval
Facilities Engineering Command in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. He served as
Environmental Project Manager for projects involving environmental investigations, remediation,
habitat restoration, facility demolition, as well as operations maintenance and construction. Mr.
Walker has managed construction and environmental projects valued up to $18 million, and he
most recently managed an environmental program with a budget of approximately $8 million
Derwood Donaldson, General Superintendent. Mr. Donaldson has more than 35 years of
experience in heavy construction for public and private clients throughout the western United
States, including remote site locations. As the General Superintendent for BEESC, he is
responsible for overseeing compliance with BEESC health and safety policies and general work
approaches. He also coordinates with on-site client representatives and holds authority for
implementing necessary field changes. Mr. Donaldson has supervised and managed projects
involving more than 200 field personnel and valued at more than $30 million. His experience
throughout the western United States includes highways, roads, dams, buildings, sewage
lagoons, open-pit mines, dredging, and environmental remediation activities such as
contaminated soil removal and treatment. Mr. Donaldson is certified as supervisor for work at
hazardous waste operations and emergency response sites.
Rollie Goebel, Site Superintendent. Mr. Goebel
has     extensive   experience     as   a    site
superintendent and has held positions of
estimator, general manager for a sand and gravel
firm, equipment operator, and surveyor, as well
as small-business owner. He understands the
logistics, equipment acquisition, and staffing
requirements of remote project work, and the
seasonal concerns of work in rural Alaska.
Recently, Mr. Goebel has worked on rural road
construction and demolition projects.
Other Staff Members. All members of our project
teams contribute to the quality of the work we
                                                      BEESC used one of its pieces of heavy equipment
perform. Full resumes of staff members are             to clean up sludge on Amchitka Island, Alaska.
available upon request.

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                             Civil Engineering Services

BEESC often works as part of our client’s team to
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define project scope and develop cost-effective
solutions. Our engineers can assist clients through             Roadway & Transportation Design
each stage of a project. We develop master plans,           ♦   Transportation Planning
provide feasibility studies, identify alternatives for      ♦   Road Design
                                                            ♦   Alignment and Route Corridor Studies
evaluation, guide final selection, and develop              ♦   Mapping and ROW Acquisition
designs from concept through construction                   ♦   Drainage and Stormwater Systems
management. BEESC also participates on                      ♦   Community Involvement and
                                                                NEPA Compliance
design/build teams, including force account work
that uses local labor.                                      Water, Sewer, & Solid Waste Facilities
                                                            ♦   Sanitation Facilities Design
A comprehensive list of engineering services is             ♦   Community Planning Studies
provided to the right, and several specific areas of        ♦   Feasibility Studies and Master Plans
                                                            ♦   Contract Documents, Including Force
expertise are described below. See Appendix A for               Account Work
several recent project descriptions. Additional             ♦   Waste Characterization
representative projects are listed in Appendix B.           ♦   Landfill Design
                                                            ♦   Landfill Closure Plans
                                                            ♦   Community Burn Boxes
Road Design                                                 ♦   Drainage and Stormwater Control
                                                            ♦   Assistance With Startup and Initial
BEESC professionals recognize the importance of                 Operations
designing roadways that meet the needs of the                    Bulk Fuel Terminal Engineering
communities they serve. Our staff can lead or               ♦   Facility Design
support community involvement services that                 ♦   Fire Code Specifications
gather the input of local residents and users and           ♦   Pipeline Routing and Security Measures
                                                            ♦   Spill Prevention Planning, (FRPs, C-
help to develop consensus on preferred
alternatives. The capabilities of BEESC include
                                                                     General Civil Projects
plans and specifications, utility coordination, and
                                                            ♦   Site Work and Utility Coordination
preparation of environmental documents. We have             ♦   Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling
provided roadway design in the communities of               ♦   Water Quality Evaluation
Igiugig, Egegik, New Stuyahok, Togiak, Chignik,             ♦   Engineering for Design/Build Projects
                                                            ♦   Pipelines
Koliganek,    Perryville,   Ugashik,     Emmonak,
                                                                        Support Services
Chenega, and Andreafski.
                                                            ♦   Permitting and Environmental
                                                            ♦   Inspection
                                                            ♦   CAD and Graphic Design
                                                            ♦   Surveying and Cartography
                                                            ♦   Geographical Information System
                                      Many local                (GIS) Applications
                                      roads in rural        ♦   Seismic Geophysical Surveying
                                      Alaska suffer         ♦   Geotechnical Investigation
                                      from erosion          ♦   Construction Cost Estimating
                                      and poor              ♦   Plans and Specifications
                                                            ♦   Contract and Bidding Services
                                                            ♦   Project Scheduling
                                                            ♦   NPDES Permit Support

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Water, Wastewater, and Solid Waste Services
BEESC understands the importance of identifying and designing constructible and easily
maintained water, wastewater, and solid waste infrastructure for rural and urban communities.
Our expertise includes water and wastewater piping and treatment facilities, new landfill design,
and closure of existing landfill sites. In addition, BEESC has developed a unique design for a
large “drive-through” burn box that allows communities with collection trucks to deposit burnable
waste directly and avoid handling of refuse.
Our staff has the familiarity with various
site    conditions,   the     engineering
expertise, and the practical experience
to develop workable solutions that are
cost-efficient and incorporate the latest
technological improvements. They also
bring the required knowledge of
regulations and understanding of their
implications     to   identify    feasible
alternatives and prepare design options
that will both work in the communities
and be acceptable to regulators.
                                             BEESC designed and constructed the final cap for Roberts Landfill
Drainage Design                                                   on Adak Island.

BEESC performs hydrology and hydraulic investigations to determine and design proper
drainage systems. Many of our road and landfill projects have required drainage design and
analysis. Our drainage experience includes culverts, ditches, check dams, and retention ponds.
BEESC staff are also familiar with stormwater modeling applications for urban and rural

Feasibility Studies
Evaluating the feasibility of a project is necessary to determine whether a design is suitable for
the conditions and can be constructed with the funds available. This evaluation also considers
the level of operations and maintenance support the community can offer after the project is
complete. Other concerns are cost, longevity, community impacts, predicted future use, and
scheduling impacts of a design. Through familiarity with Alaska conditions and from experience
garnered on past projects, our engineers are well qualified to prepare thorough studies that
consider such relevant details as whether borrow materials for the construction of the project
can be obtained locally and economically.

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Geotechnical Investigations
BEESC       understands     the    importance      of
geotechnical investigations to verify the suitability
of soils for construction. We have performed
geotechnical     investigations     and    provided
structural design services for rural road projects.
We also have evaluated borrow sites to be used
for rural road construction projects.
BEESC can perform soil field tests to determine
the suitability of soil conditions. We have the
capabilities of performing soil gradations and
determining the percent compaction by using the
nuclear density meter according to American
                                                                   A geotechnical investigation was conducted
Association of State Highway and Transportation                      as part of BEESC’s development of the
Officials (AASHTO) testing standards.                                  Togiak landfill and its access road.

Bulk Fuel Terminal Engineering
BEESC engineers provide conceptual and final design for bulk fuel terminal facilities, regulatory
compliance consulting, and preparation of spill prevention and contingency plans. Our clients
have included several rural communities and a variety of businesses providing transportation,
drilling, and tourism services.
Our design engineers have identified facilities and sites appropriate for rural Alaska
communities. The typical facility design project includes evaluating fuel facility size
requirements, current consumption, and anticipated future needs; gathering information about
the physical location, regulatory history, and property ownership; and providing input on
compliance with regulations. Subsequent phases entail preparing recommendations for
selection of design alternatives and developing designs for the bulk fuel facilities, fill lines,
distribution piping, and dike details.
                                                               Among the specializations required for
                                                               design and planning at bulk fuel facilities are
                                                               fire code specifications, pipeline routing
                                                               considerations, security requirements, and
                                                               prevention    and     emergency      response
                                                               measures appropriate for various site
                                                               conditions, facility operations, fuel handling
                                                               scenarios, and physical locations.
                                                               BEESC has prepared spill prevention,
                                                               control, and countermeasures (SPCC) plans
                                                               and facility response plans (FRPs) to meet
                                                               requirements of the U.S. Environmental
   Upgrades for bulk facilities begin with identification of
              site and tank farm conditions.                   Protection Agency and U.S. Coast Guard. An

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SPCC plan requires the approval and stamp of a registered engineer. The plan content includes
sections identifying the physical setting, facility layout, operations, past fuel spills, scenarios for
quantity and distance of flows, and procedures for preventing and responding to spills. The
SPCC plan also identifies procedures for training and inspection. An FRP incorporates one or
more SPCC plans, as well as additional information about emergency response, spill recovery,
communications, and health and safety measures for use in case of a spill.
A third type of plan is the contingency plan (C-plan). The Alaska Department of Environmental
Conservation requires preparation of this comprehensive plan by very large facilities and
operations (involving 420,000 gallons or more of fuel). The C-plan must contain the same
components as an FRP and provide an analysis of best available technology.

                               This map was produced with GIS technology.

Geographical Information System (GIS) Applications
GIS techniques can be used to innovatively solve problems and present relevant information to
a wide audience of decision makers. GIS is an important technology in environmental sciences,
urban and regional planning, and natural resource protection. Particularly valuable for the
management of lands and resources, GIS is used to analyze spatial patterns, organize vast
databases, and present data in graphical displays.
BEESC can manage GIS data for our clients and produce GIS-based information in a format
best suited for the intended audience. We have full capability in GIS and other related
computer-based applications that enable clients to analyze, evaluate, and display important

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                               Environmental Services

Relying on the experience gained in diverse
environmental projects and the full-service capabilities            ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
of our staff, BEESC provides a broad range of
                                                                Site Investigation & Remediation
environmental services. We have proven our ability to
                                                                ♦    Field Sampling and Analytical
identify teams of BEESC professionals who can                        Oversight
complete small or large, simple or complex projects             ♦    Water Quality Monitoring and
effectively and efficiently. This approach allows us to              Evaluation
                                                                ♦    Site Characterization
effectively meet the needs of private as well as local,         ♦    Geological and Hydrological
state, and federal clients.                                          Investigation
                                                                ♦    Hazardous Materials/Waste
BEESC has successfully completed projects that                       Survey, Removal, and Disposal
include analyses, audits, site characterizations and            ♦    Fuel Storage Tank Removal and
investigations, scientific studies, alternative evaluations,         Closure
                                                                ♦    Remedial Investigation and
environmental assessments, regulatory compliance                     Feasibility Study Services
review,     permitting,      public    involvement,      site   ♦    Remedial System Design,
development,      and      remedial     engineering.    Our          Construction, and Monitoring
                                                                ♦    Risk Management
environmental services are listed on the right. The
                                                                ♦    UXO Risk Evaluation
following sections discuss some of our capabilities that
                                                                Audits, Assessments, Analyses
are key to our staff’s ability to provide client-responsive
                                                                ♦    Environmental Due Diligence
environmental services. Several recent project                       Audits
descriptions are provided in Appendix A, and additional         ♦    Phases I, II, and III Property
representative projects are listed in Appendix B.                    Assessments
                                                                ♦    Regulatory Compliance Audits
                                                                ♦    Environmental Assessments,
Project Development                                                  Environmental Impact
                                                                     Statements, and Other NEPA
Familiarity with predominant regulations such as the                 Compliance
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is integral to         ♦    Wetland Delineations
meeting the needs of BEESC clients on environmental                       Other Services
projects. Our staff’s understanding of the regulatory           ♦    Development and Administration
codes and resulting practices has enabled BEESC to                   of Corporate Environmental
produce environmental documents for our clients that            ♦    Emergency Response Planning
stand up to agency and public review. By bringing the           ♦    Work, Health and Safety, and
appropriate professional skills, such as geotechnical,               QA/QC Plans
                                                                ♦    RCRA/CERCLA Oversight
biological, and socioeconomic expertise, as well as
                                                                ♦    Permitting
engineering knowledge, to bear on environmental                 ♦    Community Relations and Media
analyses and investigations, BEESC successfully                      Coordination
provides scoping, evaluation, and alternative selection.        ♦    OSHA Hazardous
                                                                     Communication Programs and
Our clients, and involved state and federal agencies,                Training
have found BEESC’s work to be comprehensive and
concise. Several critical components of environmental
projects are described on the following pages.

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Environmental Scoping and Assessment
Through coordination with federal, state, and local agencies and interested members and
groups of the public, BEESC identifies potential issues and impacts involved in completion of
development projects. Scoping includes determining the need for local and state planning,
zoning, permitting, coastal zone requirements, and special studies.
Many environmental projects require accurate descriptions of the project area. BEESC employs
experts who can identify biological, physical, social, and economic environments; land use;
anticipated impacts to the project area and its resources; and the methods to minimize or
mitigate impacts.
Wetland delineation is required for projects that affect wetlands. BEESC can coordinate
permitting and complete the required wetland delineation following the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers Wetland Delineation Methods. BEESC can identify wetland functions and values to
                                             determine the potential for impacts. For those
                                             projects that require mitigation of impacts,
        For its work on permitting for       BEESC can assist clients with mitigation plans
     a 357-acre residential subdivision
                                             that develop solutions acceptable to regulatory
        in Wasilla, Alaska, the Alaska
       Department of Fish and Game           agencies.
       commended BEESC’s staff for
      “demonstrating and fostering a             Permitting and Agency Coordination
   cooperative working relationship with
    the resource agencies.” The agency              BEESC has obtained the necessary permits for
   continued, “Their efforts will result in         a variety of projects, including large-scale
                  protection                        subdivisions, rural roads, and development
   of Alaska’s fish and wildlife resources
                                                    projects in environmentally sensitive areas. Our
      and habitats for the benefit and
         enjoyment of all Alaskans.”                staff begins by identifying not only the permits
                                    - Dennis Gnath, required, but also the best means of involving
                Alaska Department of Fish and Game  appropriate government agencies early in the
                                                    process. Permitting strategy often entails
                                                    interagency coordination that is facilitated by
                                                    early, effective communication of essential
information. A well-orchestrated approach to permitting involves personal interaction, familiarity
with regulations and recent interpretations, and identification and communication of relevant
technical data.
Experts on the BEESC staff understand the requirements and can provide valuable guidance
and experience for obtaining the following permits and clearances:
    Alaska Coastal Management Consistency Determinations (federal and nonfederal)
    Section 404 and Section 10 Permits, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permits
    401 Water Quality Certifications
    State of Alaska Fish Habitat Permit
    State of Alaska Material Sale Contract
    State of Alaska Mining Permits
    State of Alaska Tidelands Permits

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    Land Use Permits
    Wastewater Discharge Permits
    Solid Waste Permits
    Temporary Water Use Permits
    Water Right Permits
    Mitigation Plans
    Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans
    Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures Plans
    U.S. Coast Guard Bridge Permits
    State Historic Preservation Office Clearances

Audits and Property Assessments
Property transfers typically require a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) or
Environmental Due Diligence Audit (EDDA). ESAs or EDDAs are conducted to document the
nature, magnitude, and extent of any existing or potential environmental contamination of the
site. BEESC provides the following services for these audits:
    Investigating past uses and owners of the property
    Interviewing current and past property owners and operators
    Reviewing readily available records concerning the property
    Visually inspecting the property
    Reporting findings
    BEESC also conducts Phases II and III ESAs.

Water Quality Assessment, Evaluation, and Monitoring
Specialists on the BEESC staff bring the expertise
required to assess and evaluate the quality and quantity of
groundwater and surface water. These areas of
specialization are required to identify and delineate
contaminants as part of site characterizations and
remedial investigations. In addition, our water quality
experts collect and review information for short- or long-
term monitoring of natural or man-made processes and for
water resource planning.
Following regulatory guidelines and chain-of-custody
procedures, BEESC personnel have conducted sampling
programs on many challenging projects. BEESC fieldwork
has involved locating, designing, and installing monitoring
wells with the use of hollow-stem auger, air rotary, and         A monitoring well is installed for use in
vibratory drilling methods. Other activities include                   obtaining water samples.
collecting groundwater samples, coordinating with
analytical laboratories, and compiling and evaluating analytical data.
Evaluation and monitoring often involve production of tables, contour maps, and charts to
present visual interpretations of the results. By integrating an advanced communications

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network and technologies such as GIS and remote sensing, BEESC hydrogeologists are able to
use the data to create three-dimensional model simulations of actual and predicted aquifer
responses that can be used for groundwater resource evaluation and optimization.

Survey, Removal, and Disposal of Hazardous Materials/Waste
                                                 BEESC’s staff is knowledgeable in hazardous waste
                                                 regulations of the Resource Conservation and
                                                 Recovery Act (RCRA) and shipping requirements of
                                                 the U.S. Department of Transportation. We have
                                                 collected, removed, and disposed of hazardous
                                                 materials, substances, and wastes at remote sites.
                                                 Staff capabilities include preparing manifests, proper
                                                 packaging and labeling of wastes, arranging for
                                                 appropriate transportation and disposal, and
                                                 preparing reports to document waste-handling
      During work on Amchitka Island, we
                                         BEESC staff are also experienced in conducting
 consolidated, packaged, labeled, shipped, and
   disposed of more than 100 tons of wastes.
                                         hazardous material inventories and compliance
                                         audits in accordance with Occupation Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. Our expertise includes requirements for hazardous
communications, such as compiling Material Safety Data Sheets for the chemical materials in
the workplace.
Waste characterizations also are performed to provide information for landfill master plans and
studies. BEESC experts can prepare appropriate waste sampling, consolidation, and disposal
plans. They bring expertise in the logistical and coordination requirements for completing these
activities in remote areas.

Remedial Investigation
BEESC offers a full spectrum of services required for Remedial Investigations (RIs). Our
experience ranges from small properties involving soil or groundwater contamination related to
small spills and leaks to complex federal RI and Feasibility Study (FS) projects involving former
defense sites.
BEESC staff capabilities include expertise in interpreting and meeting the requirements of the
RCRA; the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act
(CERCLA); and other federal regulations. Identifying the requirements and the measures
necessary to comply with these regulations is critical in the definition of scope and workable
solutions for major remediation projects.

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Additional services provided by BEESC for RIs include:
    Conducting records searches and data review
    Developing and implementing planning documents
    and guidelines for verifying the quality and integrity
    of analytical results. These documents may include:
    - Sampling and analysis plans
    - Site-specific health and safety plans
    - Work plans
    - Quality assurance plans
    - Waste management plans
    - Field sampling plans                                 BEESC has cleaned, closed, and demolished bulk
    - Environmental Protection Plans                            fuel tanks with capacities as large as
                                                                         1.5 million gallons.
♦   Sampling for laboratory analysis and site
♦   Determining the nature, extent, and migration pathways of contaminants
♦   Evaluating health impacts and risks
♦   Developing and assessing remedial technologies
♦   Negotiating with regulatory agencies
♦   Conducting community involvement programs

Remedial Actions
Remedial action projects performed by BEESC include design of remedial systems; removal,
destruction, and disposal of contaminants and wastes; and remedial system construction,
operation, and monitoring. Relevant project work has included petroleum-contaminated soil,
polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) waste, contaminated creek sediments, and contaminated
groundwater. BEESC has managed subcontractors that provide waste treatment, disposal, and
                                                        BEESC has designed, constructed, and
                                                        performed startup and operation and
                                                        maintenance services for the following types
                                                        of remedial systems in rural Alaska:
                                                        Ex situ thermal desorption
                                                        Rotary drying
                                                        Hot air vapor extraction
                                                        Ex situ bioremediation
                                                        In situ bioventing
                                                        Air sparging
                                                        In situ soil vapor extraction

 BEESC successfully excavated and treated 5,400 cubic
 yards of PCB- and petroleum-contaminated sludge from
          two areas in a tidally influenced creek.

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      Construction and Construction Management Services

                                                                         CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
BEESC has provided construction services on projects
designed or planned by others, as well as on projects                                 Activities
designed by BEESC engineers. We take pride in being able                 ♦    Construction of Projects
to assist our clients from the conceptual stage of a project             ♦    Design/Build Projects
                                                                         ♦    Cost Estimating
through final acceptance. Offering these turnkey services
                                                                         ♦    Logistics and Mobilization
allows the client consistency and control of quality that                ♦    Remote Site Management
facilitate completing projects cost-effectively and efficiently.         ♦    Contract Administration
                                                                              and Management
                                                                         ♦    Construction Quality
Construction Management                                                       Control and Inspection
                                                                         ♦    Force Account
BEESC       staff  provide cost  estimating,    contract
administration and management, and quality reviews. Our                  ♦    Computerized Scheduling
project tracking provides comparisons of actual and                           and Project Tracking
anticipated progress that permit early identification of                          Project Types
potential problems.                                                      ♦    Vertical Construction
                                                                         ♦    Roads
To meet the logistic needs of personnel and equipment
                                                                         ♦    Landfills
staging, BEESC carefully reviews information to identify                 ♦    Drainage
schedule and access constraints and the suitability of                   ♦    Environmental
equipment for the transportation available. We draw on                        Remediation
                                                                         ♦    Demolition
problem-solving experience gained on hundreds of rural                   ♦    Water Systems
Alaska projects to avert delays, allow for contingencies, and            ♦    Wastewater Systems
prepare strategies that result in smooth mobilization and                ♦    Lagoons
demobilization. Whether working in remote locations or in                ♦    Buildings
                                                                         ♦    Engineered Landfill and
population centers, BEESC oversight on the job brings                         Monofill Caps
knowledge of safety, operations efficiency, and optimal
staging that reduces project costs.
A comprehensive list of construction activities is provided to the right. See Appendix A for
several recent project descriptions. Additional representative projects are listed in Appendix B.

                                                Landscaping in progress at the
                                                Aircraft Corrosion Control Facility
                                                for Kulis Air National Guard Base
                                                in Anchorage, Alaska.
                                                BEESC was the general
                                                contractor for the project.

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Bristol Construction Services, LLC

Bristol Construction Services (BCS) is a new “sister subsidiary” that will complement BEESC’s
construction group. While BEESC will continue to perform all of its current services, BCS will
focus on:
    ♦ Disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DD&R) contracts
    ♦ Building demolition and debris removal (BDDR) contracts
    ♦ Complex unexploded ordnance/munitions and explosives of concern (UXO/MEC) work
    ♦ Heavy horizontal construction
    ♦ Large earthwork projects
    ♦ Heavy demolition projects
    ♦ Site restoration
Several of the key members of BEESC’s construction group have moved or will move over to
the BCS operation—this will help assure clients that while BCS may be the “new kid on the
block”, they’ve still been “around it” a few times. Clients can expect the same level of service
and quality that BEESC delivers.
BCS meets the eligibility requirements to participate in the Small Business Administration’s 8(a)
program. As an 8(a) firm, BCS qualifies to receive sole-source contracts from certain clients,
with no limit to the dollar amount of the contract (FAR 19.805.1). All 8(a) firms are subject to
rigorous review of their ownership, management, operating structure, experience, and financial
BCS is fully insured with $30 million single and $100 million aggregate bonding capacity. The
firm enjoys the same financial backing of BEESC’s parent organization, Bristol Bay Native
Corporation, and will also have access to the resources of the “Bristol” family of companies.

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  Appendix A

Descriptions of
Recent Projects

Contract Name: Environmental Remediation Services for Various Locations in Alaska
Contract Number: N44255-98-D-9951
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price, ID/IQ
                                                                    PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Contact: Ms. Mary Jo Juarez, Contracting Officer
Contact Number: 360-396-0038                                 ♦   Remedial Design
                                                             ♦   Corrective and Remedial Action
BEESC was awarded a one-year contract worth $6.5
million by the U.S. Navy Engineering Field Activity,         ♦   Permitting and Other Regulatory
Northwest. Through successful partnering with the Navy,          Compliance
the contract was extended for two more years and the         ♦   Community Relations
value increased to $19.5 million. A total of 39 delivery     ♦   Cost Estimating
orders were completed under this contract. During the        ♦   Sampling and Analysis
course of the contract, 12 contract modifications were
                                                             ♦   Site Investigation
issued. The majority of the modifications were
administrative or at the request of the Navy.                ♦   Inspection of Fuel Tanks
                                                             ♦   Remedial Investigation
The work encompassed services for current and former
Navy facilities in Alaska. All project locations were in     ♦   Feasibility Study
remote areas with access only by boat or plane. Adak,        ♦   Hazard and Risk Assessment
where a majority of the projects were completed, lies        ♦   Quality Assurance and Quality
1,300 miles southwest of Anchorage in the Bering Sea on          Control
the Aleutian Island chain and requires an entire day of      ♦   Data Validation
travel from Anchorage. Many of the projects are briefly      ♦   Transport, Treatment, and
described below.                                                 Disposal of Wastes
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operation and Upgrades,           ♦   Hazardous Material Surveys
Barrow. BEESC provided improvements for an existing          ♦   Site Material Mapping
wastewater treatment and free product recovery system        ♦   Design and Installation of Landfill
designed to protect Lake Imikpuk. This lake, adjacent to         and Monofill Caps
the Naval Arctic Research Laboratory (NARL), is the
                                                             ♦   Evaluation of Debris Reduction
primary drinking water resource for the community of             Alternatives
Barrow on the North Slope. Activities during an 18-month
                                                             ♦   Demolition and Incineration of
period involved full operation and management of the
plant, supervising plant personnel; transferring treated
water to a local publicly owned treatment works; upgrading   ♦   Wastewater Treatment Plant
                                                                 Improvements and Operation
plant systems; and winterizing the plant for partial
operations.                                                  ♦   Groundwater Well
Fuel Tank Inspections, Naval Air Facility (NAF), Adak.       ♦   Conceptual Site and Source
BEESC inspected and cleaned six field-constructed fuel           Models
tanks. Inspections were in general accordance with
                                                             ♦   Construction and Construction
American Petroleum Institute Standard 653. The tank
capacities ranged from 3 million to 5 million gallons. The
project included extensive confined space work and           ♦   Documentation and Plan
required the approval of a detailed work plan, health and
safety plan, and quality control plan.                       ♦   Remote Site Logistics and
                                                             ♦   Subcontractor Oversight

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Site Restorations / Aesthetic Corrective Action,
Adak. At three sites, BEESC provided site
restoration services that included drainage
improvements, construction of earth diversion
structures to prevent stormwater runoff from
entering the modified area, construction of a French
drain system, culvert installation, capping ditch
banks to cover petroleum-stained soil, and
revegetation of disturbed areas.
Groundwater Well Decommissioning, Adak.
                                                           Petroleum-stained surface soil was capped
BEESC      decommissioned      more      than    200
                                                                       and revegetated.
groundwater wells in compliance with ADEC
regulations. Wells, including monitoring wells,
piezometers, and extraction wells, had to be located and verified.
Debris Cleanup, Barrow. BEESC performed debris cleanup services for NARL that included
removing and handling investigation-derived waste; removing liquid waste contained in an
aboveground storage tank (AST); recovering free product from the tank vicinity; removing liquid in
buried pipe; and removing, transporting, and disposing of transformers suspected of containing
polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
Soil Treatment, Cape Prince of Wales. Wales is a remote community on the western tip of the
Seward Peninsula. The objective of this project was to remediate contaminated soil and obtain
clean closure approval from the ADEC so that ownership of the property could be transferred from
the Navy to the Alaska Native Village of Wales. Approximately 1,700 cubic yards of petroleum-
contaminated soil (PCS) was excavated and then treated using a hot air vapor extraction (HAVE)
system .
                                            The logistics for this project were challenging. Construction
                                            equipment and other project supplies were unloaded by
                                            oceangoing barge in Tin City and transported over 10
                                            miles of rough road to Wales. Tin City is accessible only by
                                            water or air; no roads from outside the region connect to
                                            this remote location. Because Wales is a small Alaska
                                            Native village without accommodations, a mobile crew
                                            camp was constructed and operated for the duration of the
                                            project to provide sleeping quarters and mess services for
                                            the work crews.
                                            Removal Action, Tin City. Cleanup services in nearby Tin
                                            City were also provided. Activities included removing and
    Excavated soil was hauled by truck to   disposing of PCB-contaminated concrete and soil, two
          treatment with a hot air          25,000-gallon ASTs, one 250-gallon AST, and asbestos.
         vapor extraction system.
                                      Remedial Action, Adak. BEESC removed and thermally
                                      treated environmentally affected sediment from two creek
bottom areas and sludge from two power plant waste ponds. Approximately 5,400 cubic yards of
PCB and PCS from two areas in a tidally influenced creek and approximately 4,500 cubic yards of
PCB- and petroleum-contaminated sludge from two waste ponds were treated using low-
temperature thermal desorption.
Demolition of Old and New Roberts Housing Units, Adak. BEESC demolished and disposed of
68 duplex housing units at three sites in support of the Navy’s efforts to reduce the infrastructure
footprint on Adak. Volume requirements for the inert waste monofill were a concern. BEESC used
an “air curtain” incineration unit to help achieve excellent levels of waste reduction (80 to 90%).

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Shoreline Restoration and Partial Cap Installation at Metals Landfill, Adak. BEESC provided
shoreline restoration by removing and covering existing metal debris and taking advantage of
concrete rubble available from a separate facility demolition project. BEESC removed, hauled, and
consolidated about 98% of the scrapped equipment and miscellaneous metal debris that had
littered the 1,500-foot shoreline face of the Metals Landfill. The remaining debris was left in place
and covered with riprap.
                                                     Davis Lake Lagoon Sludge Transfer, Adak. The
                                                     lagoon closeout project had been delayed more than
                                                     a year, as a previous contractor had been unable to
                                                     successfully dewater the stabilized sludge. By
                                                     renting oilfield equipment and employing a novel
                                                     approach of “herding” the sludge, BEESC completed
                                                     this job in fewer than 30 days total.
                                                     As part of the unique approach to this project,
                                                     sludge was withdrawn at the north end of the
                                                     lagoon, and backfilling started at the south end. The
                                                     sludge was displaced by depositing clean sand on
                                                     the pond bottom, which displaced the sludge blanket
                                                     by resting directly on the bentonite layer that
  An air curtain burner was used to reduce overall   constituted the original pond liner.
   disposal values by 80 to 90 percent during the
  demolition of the Roberts Housing units on Adak.

Focused Feasibility Study, Adak. BEESC provided a focused feasibility study for remediation of
an Adak site known as the South of Runway 18/36 Area. In the affected area, which is about 5
acres, soil and groundwater contamination resulted from releases from a diesel fuel pipeline. The
feasibility study identified the sources and the preferred remedial alternatives for free product, soil
contamination, and groundwater contamination.
Airport Ditch Culvert, Adak. BEESC installed two
54-inch diameter, 12-gauge, corrugated steel
culverts in a ditch, to reduce the potential for
hydrocarbon contamination to seep into the airport
ditch drainage system. The culverts were connected
to the existing culverts in the ditch and extended to
exit points on the southern end. The outlets were
protected by riprap and outlet structures. Prior to the
installation of the culverts, a 65-foot-wide dam was
installed to block the canal. The dam was fabricated
from on-island structural steel materials, and was
constructed with a bottom plate of 0.25-inch plate
steel. The dam was stabilized with four 5/8-inch steel
                                                               Hydrocarbon seep at the Cross-Over canal in the
cable tiebacks. Excavated bank areas, the area                South of Runway 18/36 Area. BEESC worked with
around and on top of the installed culverts, and the         the Navy to design and construct an interim removal
ditch section were backfilled with clean soil and                        action to eliminate this seep.
Product Recovery, Adak. BEESC provided monitoring and maintenance for a free product
recovery system at 14 sites. The operating remedial system consists of 23 passive and active
recovery wells and a recovery trench system. The source of the contamination was releases from
former fuel tanks and fuel pipelines.

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Contract Name: Environmental Remediation and Compliance Services at Various
Locations in Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Oregon, Nevada, and Northern
Contract Number: N44255-00-D-2475
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price, ID/IQ                           PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Contact: Ms. Mary Jo Juarez, Contracting Officer              ♦ Remote Site Logistics and
Contact Number: 360-396-0038                                     Management
BEESC was awarded a one-year contract worth $15 million by           ♦   Construction and
the U.S. Navy Engineering Field Activity, Northwest. This                Construction Management
contract completion date was extended by three years to May          ♦   Demolition and
2005, and the value increased to $25 million.                            Incineration of Wastes
                                                                     ♦   Remedial Design
The work encompassed environmental remediation, scientific
review and evaluation, engineering, construction, demolition, and    ♦   Corrective and Remedial
construction services for current and former Navy facilities in
Alaska and Washington for more than 24 delivery orders.              ♦   Permitting and Other
Projects have been completed at the following facilities, many of        Regulatory Compliance
which occurred simultaneously. Several projects are briefly          ♦   Site Investigation
described below.                                                     ♦   Remedial Investigation
•   Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington                ♦   Hazard and Risk
•   Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, Oak Harbor, Washington
                                                                     ♦   Transport, Treatment, and
•   Manchester Fuel Depot, Manchester, Washington                        Disposal of Wastes
•   Naval Magazine Indian Island, Jefferson County, Washington       ♦   Hazardous Material
•   Former NAF, Adak, Alaska                                             Surveys
                                                                     ♦   Design and Installation of
•   Former Relocatable Over the Horizon Radar (ROTHR)
                                                                         Landfill and Monofill Caps
    Facility, Amchitka Island, Alaska
                                                                     ♦   Evaluation of Debris
Hazard Removal, Barrow, Alaska. BEESC removed and                        Reduction Alternatives
properly disposed of the metallic debris along approximately         ♦   Documentation and Plan
1,200 feet of the northeast shoreline of the Middle Salt Lagoon,         Development
thereby eliminating the physical hazards posed by the debris.
                                                                     ♦   Subcontractor Oversight
The objective of this project was to remove the buried metallic
debris while leaving the Middle Salt Lagoon beach intact. Rather
than removing the beach sand and debris, BEESC used a brush
rake mounted on an excavator to “sift” the sand out of the debris.
This approach minimized the amount of sand removed from the
beach and maximized the amount of scrap metal and debris
disposed of at the Barrow Landfill. The sand was then regraded to
restore the beach.

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ROTHR Facility Demolition, Amchitka
Island, Alaska. BEESC was contracted to
demolish the Relocatable Over the Horizon
Radar (ROTHR) Facility and support
structures and complete the environmental
closeout of the facility. Amchitka is an
uninhabited island lying approximately
1,300 miles west-southwest of Anchorage
and 2,500 miles west-northwest of Seattle.
The maritime climate is characterized by
frequent storms, strong winds, and cloudy
skies. Thick fog is common during the
summer months, and the mean annual
wind speed exceeds 20 miles per hour.
The island is only accessible by either
aircraft or boat. BEESC mobilized BEESC mobilized approximately 1,500 tons of equipment,
equipment to the island and demobilized fuel, and supplies to Amchitka from Tacoma, Washington.
equipment, salvage, and materials from
the island by barge for disposal or reuse.
The mobilization and demobilization
activities are described on the next page,
and shared air service support is
described in the box below.

                   Shared Air Support Served Many Cleanup Participants
  When the only air carrier providing air support to the far west Aleutian Islands ceased flying, BEESC
  tackled the challenge of moving passengers and freight by air for the U.S. Navy. The Navy had
  assumed responsibility for providing shared air support services for all agencies involved in the 2001
  cleanup activities between April 11 and August 30, 2001.
  To provide shared air support services, BEESC installed air navigation aids (NAVAIDS) on
  Amchitka, re-established the aircraft instrument approaches to the island, and repaired the existing
  runway and approach lighting system. To transport passengers and freight, BEESC secured charter
  services aboard Lear 35, DC-6, and Boeing 727 aircraft out of Anchorage.
  A total of 101 flights connected Anchorage and Amchitka—89 carrying passengers and 12 hauling
  freight. These operations transported more than 620 passengers and 120,000 pounds of cargo.
  The following table summarizes air support provided to the participating agencies and represents
  flights originating in either Anchorage or on Amchitka Island.
       Agency                                          Passengers Carried        Freight (pounds)
       Navy and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service                     262                    75,904
       Department of Energy                                        315                    40,134
       U.S. Army Corps of Engineers                                 45                     5,916
       Totals                                                      622                   121,954

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Prepared Planning Documents and Closure Reports
Provided Logistics Support
• Mobilized approximately 1,500 tons of equipment, fuel, and supplies
• Demobilized 2,000 tons of equipment, salvaged materials, and hazardous
   materials/hazardous waste
ROTHR Facilities Demolition and Disposal
• Demolished 56 structures
• Removed 46 ASTs and 22,000 gallons of off-speculation fuel
• Removed 6 regulated underground storage tanks (USTs)
• Removed and disposed of 50 large, oil-filled, electrical transformers and 7,000 gallons of
  transformer oil
• Drained, inerted, demolished, and disposed of approximately 3,500 feet of fuel pipeline
• Transported and disposed of 32,000 cubic yards (26,000 tons) of demolition debris in a
  debris monofill
• Permitted, constructed, operated, and closed a debris monofill
Removal and Disposal of Hazardous Materials and Hazardous Waste
 • Performed hazardous materials (HazMat) sweep.
 • Established a hazardous waste accumulation
 • Identified, packaged, manifested, and shipped
   25 separate waste streams totaling approximately
   100 tons of HazMat
Cleaning and Closure of the Sewage Lagoon
• Cleaned and closed a sewage lagoon containing
   2,000 cubic yards of sludge and 1.5 million gallons
   of water contaminated with PCBs
Treatment and Disposal of 2,500 Cubic Yards of
PCS On island
• Excavated, transported, treated, and disposed of           BEESC demolished six large aboveground
   2,500 cubic yards of PCS on island by using a Hot         storage tanks as large as 1,500,000-gallon
   Air Vapor Extraction (HAVE) system                                         capacity.

Establishing Mutual Agreeable Soil and Water Cleanup Levels. The Alaska Department of
Environmental Conservation (ADEC) would not approve the cleanup levels provided in the Work
Plan and Sampling and Analysis Plan. BEESC worked with the Navy and the ADEC to calculate
mutually agreeable cleanup levels for the project using the alternative cleanup level (ACL) process
found in Title 18, Chapter 75, of the Alaska Administrative Code. BEESC revised the plans to
include the calculated ACLs. The ADEC approved the ACLs and the project proceeded as planned.
Roberts Landfill Closure, Adak, Alaska. Site work at Roberts Landfill included the final closure of
the domestic waste cell, and the construction and closure of two monofills used for demolition
activities. Intermediate cover and final caps were placed on both monofills during and at completion
of disposal operations. The domestic waste cell was closed and a final cap installed. All cap areas
received topsoil and were hydroseeded.

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Building Demolition, Adak, Alaska. BEESC demolished 15 Navy-designated buildings and the
dock at the small boat basin, cleaned up building material and other miscellaneous debris, and
disposed of all project-generated demolition/cleanup debris at Roberts Landfill. Demolition debris
was required to meet State of Alaska and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations
related to disposal of asbestos, lead-based paint, and hazardous construction building materials.
Manchester Fuel Depot Demolition, Manchester, Washington. BEESC removed approximately
22,600 feet of steam and condensate pipelines in three underground tunnels. The lines were
installed before World War II and had been used to facilitate the flow of bunker fuel as an energy
source by Navy ships. Pipe ranged in size from 2-inch to 18-inch. The larger pipes were hot-cut into
smaller sections, which were lowered into a conveyor cradle with a come-along. All expansion
joints, wall brackets, and pipe saddles were hot-cut in place.

O&M Site 10 Northend Landfill, Naval Magazine, Indian Island, Port Hadlock, Washington.
Performed operations and maintenance (O&M) activities for a period of 19 months, including six
quarterly landfill cap components inspections, two annual vegetative components inspections, two
annual groundwater monitoring and sampling rounds, and maintenance repair.

                                                                 Cabin Demolition, Adak, Alaska. This
                                                                 was a two-stage project. For the first
                                                                 phase, BEESC conducted a survey of
                                                                 52     cabins.    This      encompassed
                                                                 assessing the structural integrity of
                                                                 each cabin to support entry for the
                                                                 asbestos       survey,       documenting
                                                                 hazardous waste and material, and
                                                                 assessing constraints for construction
                                                                 equipment and issues related to
                                                                 demolition. The second phase was
                                                                 demolition of the 52 cabins. All cabins
                                                                 were recreational wood-frame buildings
  One of the cabins demolished and disposed of by BEESC at the
          former Naval Air Facility on Adak Island, Alaska.
                                                                 and/or abandoned Quonset huts that
                                                                 reportedly had no utility services.

Power Plant 3 and NMCB Focused Feasibility Studies, Adak, Alaska. BEESC prepared two
Focused Feasibility Studies (FFSs) for two sites on Adak Island: Power Plant 3 in Solid Waste
Management Unit 17 and Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) areas. The project was to
prepare and present field observations and data collected during field activities and previous
investigations, develop remedial action objectives, and perform a detailed analysis of remedial
action alternatives to address petroleum hydrocarbon contamination in soil and groundwater.

Remedial Field Investigations at Three Sites, Adak, Alaska. BEESC performed Remedial
Investigations (RIs) and prepared RI reports at Arctic Acres, Tanker Shed, and NORPAC Hill seep
sites at the former NAF, Adak. The RIs characterized the nature and extent of petroleum
hydrocarbons present in soil and groundwater. Data generated during the RIs will be used in
subsequent FFSs to identify cost-effective remedial alternatives for petroleum-hydrocarbon-
contaminated soil and groundwater.

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UST Removal, Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington. BEESC decommissioned two
UST systems at a former UST facility (Location 2525A) that provided fuel to an Old Jet Engine Test
Cell (Building 2525). The site consisted of a fenced enclosure containing two 10,000-gallon UST
systems, associated manifold piping and valves, a cathodic protection system, and a Veeder-Root
leak detection system. Once the pipeline system was drained and containerized, a new fuel supply
and return lines were fabricated and installed. The new lines connected the existing service lines to
Building 2525 and the UST fuel system lines to Building 2765.

Interim Remedial Investigation at Power Plant 3, Adak, Alaska. The objectives of this project
were 1) to prevent free product from “daylighting” at the ground surface in the project area; 2) to
promote surface water runoff from the site, thereby minimizing groundwater recharge in the project
area; and 3) to prevent surface water from contacting free product and/or contaminated soil in the
project area and ultimately transporting contaminants into Sweeper Creek.

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Contract: Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) Environmental Remedial Action
Operations/Long Term Management (RAO/LTM)
Contract Number: N62467-03-G-0112
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price
Contact: Ms. Lori Prater, Contracting Officer
Contact Number: 843-820-5630

Geophysical Site Investigation, Moore Air Base, Texas.
Moore Field was dedicated in 1941, and established by the Army Air Corps as part of a 30,000-Pilot
Training Program for World War II. The base consisted of a total of 1,087 acres with three 5,000-
foot paved runways, hangars, and support buildings. By the end of 1960, some 10,000 U.S. military
pilots received their primary flight training and academic instruction at the base.
In 1962, the base was transferred to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support
research and studies for the airborne suppression and eradication of the screwworm fly. In 2001, in
response to reports from retirees and former workers that munitions, chemicals, and related
hardware had been buried on the base (from the late 1940s to late 1970s) in unpermitted landfills,
USDA officials at the base began an investigation program that discovered and excavated several
caches of chemical drums, wastes, and related debris.
In 2003, BEESC was contracted by the Southern Division Naval Engineering Facilities Command to
perform a noninvasive, subsurface, geophysical investigation at the USDA Moore Air Base facility.
The subject investigation involved three separate sites within the facility boundaries:
Site 9 – The approximate location of an alleged weapons disposal site was determined through
anecdotal information provided by the USDA.
Site 12 – A former staff member of the USDA facility indicated that there was a burial site at the
west end of the runway system, although the exact location of the site was unknown.
Site 23 – USDA staff escorted BEESC personnel to an area within the infield of the runway system.
This location was suspected of being a former dumping area for biological nutrient materials used
during the screwworm eradication program. The USDA was also interested in learning if, in addition
to the biological materials, any metallic or other man-made containers were present in the
subsurface at this location.
Integrated geophysical surveys were conducted in these three sites. The geophysical sensing
techniques involved magnetic detection, conductivity measurement, and metal detection.

To accurately detect ferrous and nonferrous objects or structures buried at Sites 9, 12, and 23,
BEESC proposed to use a combination of noninvasive instrument methods.
A Geometric Model G-858 was used to conduct the magnetic survey. This unit is a cesium
magnetometer that measures the earth’s magnetic field and is easily capable of detecting ferrous
(magnetic) sources in the subsurface.
A Geonics Model EM31-MK2 was used to detect geological variations, groundwater contaminants,
or any subsurface features associated with changes in the ground conductivity, using a patented
electromagnetic inductive technique that makes the measurements without electrodes or ground

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contact. With this inductive method, surveys can be carried out under most geological conditions,
including those of high surface resistivity such as sand, gravel, and asphalt.
A Geonics Model EM61-HH was used to provide metal detection below ground surface. It provides
a greater ability to detect multiple targets and is less influenced by adjacent fences, structures, or
buildings than other similar units.

Data Collection, Analysis, and Reporting
Data was logged along profiles spaced every 5 feet. The spacing interval allows detection of objects
such as pipes, drums or other moderately sized structures. Data was reviewed and interpreted to
prepare maps of colored anomaly points detected by the three geophysical methods used on site.
Magnetic data was interpreted using Geosoft Griddepth software to relatively size and map
locations of subsurface features, such as drums, rocket shells and filled-in trenches. All anomalies
were transferred onto a site map for each Site. Anomaly maps were combined with site survey
maps/coordinates to provide accurate anomaly location descriptions for any subsequent

Conclusions and Recommendations
Integrated geophysical surveys conducted at all three sites at
Moore Air Base indicated geophysical anomalies. Site 9 had
only three anomalies, but they are linear in nature and appeared
to be metallic in composition. Site 23 had only one significant
anomaly (which appeared to be made of ferrous metal). Site 23
conductivity assessments also indicate some trenches could
have been dug in this area. Site 12 had an abundance of
anomalies, many of them metallic – both ferrous and non-
ferrous. Some of these metallic anomalies are linear; potentially
indicating buried piping or metallic materials that had been
buried in trenches.

                                                                          Metallic anomalies at Site 12.

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                          U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

Contract Name: Remediation of LUSTs in Indian Country
Contract Number: 68-W-01-057
                                                                                PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Contract Type: Cost Reimbursement Term Contract
                                                                            ♦   Remote Site Logistics and
Contact: Ms. Lynn DePont, Program Manager                                       Management
Contact Number: 703-603-7148                                                ♦   Remedial Design
In October 2001, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency                   ♦   Geophysical Investigation
(EPA), Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response                         ♦   Aquifer Testing
(OSWER), awarded BEESC a five-year, $15.5 million contract. It
                                                                            ♦   Site Investigation
is the first OSWER contract awarded to an Alaska Native
Regional Corporation, and is the second largest contract in                 ♦   Risk-based Decision
history awarded to a company owned by an Indian economic
enterprise.                                                                 ♦   Documentation and Plan
This contract is to support OSWER’s Officer of Underground
                                                                            ♦   Subcontractor Oversight
Storage Tanks, ensuring that leaking underground storage tanks
(LUSTs) situated in Indian Country throughout the United States             ♦   Community Relations
no longer pose a threat to human health or the environment.
                                         Coeur d’Alene Indian Reservation in Idaho
                                         BEESC was contracted to conduct field surveys at two gas
                                         stations. Members of the tribe were hired to assist in
                                         performance of field work. Initial work activities consisted of
                                         reviewing file information from past investigations and
                                         evaluating current site conditions by sampling monitoring wells
                                         at the site.
                                         The initial survey revealed that free product (weathered
                                         gasoline) was present in the existing monitoring wells. Following
                                         a site investigation in December 2002, four additional monitoring
                                         wells were installed. Results indicated that the extent of the
                                         contamination and of the free product is unknown; the
                                         hydrogeologic conditions on the site are very complex, with
                                         multiple potential paths of groundwater migration, significant
                                         topographic drive on any resulting plume, and multiple aquitards
                                         to inhibit groundwater migration; the on-site wells may or may
                                         not be hydraulically connected; and there is a large fluctuation of
                                         groundwater levels over a relatively short period of time.

  A.C. Sanchez, of the Coeur d’Alene
                                         To address the conclusions and data gaps identified from the
    Tribe, was trained by BEESC to       2002 activity, an additional investigation was conducted in 2003.
 perform sample collection, take water   The 2003 activities consisted of:
 measurements, and conduct monthly
            site monitoring.             ♦ Installing transducers in the wells to collect continuous water
                                           level measurements in existing monitoring wells;
                                         ♦ Conducting a visual inspection for surface water seeps;
                                         ♦ Conducting an off-site alluvial aquifer transect investigation
                                           using direct push technology;

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♦ Performing downhole geophysics in existing on-site monitoring wells and surface geophysics on
  the site and adjacent properties;
♦ Collecting groundwater samples from all wells and transect sampling points;
♦ Performing aquifer tests on the existing wells; and
♦ Conducting a door-to-door survey in the surrounding neighborhood to locate domestic wells and
  seeps, and identify possible water quality concerns.
The next phase of work in 2004 will include drilling and sampling wells on adjacent properties to
assess the extent of contamination, and developing a corrective action plan for the site.
Gila River Indian Community near Phoenix, Arizona
In February 2004, BEESC began performing a Site Assessment at the Arizona Traders LUST site
on the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC) in Sacaton, Arizona. This work assignment is the
second of several anticipated work assignments to be received from the EPA to perform site
assessments in Indian Country throughout the western United States.
Including the first field effort conducted by BEESC in February, BEESC has performed work at the
site on three separate occasions to date. Included in this work was the installation of six
groundwater monitoring wells, soil and groundwater collection and analysis, installation of four pilot
study wells, and conducting a pilot study that will provide data BEESC will use to design a
remediation system for the site. Future site activities will include quarterly groundwater samplings
and oversight of the remediation system installation.

BEESC has worked closely in the field with both the EPA and GRIC Department of Environmental
Quality representatives. BEESC expects to continue working at the site at least through 2005,
taking advantage of Arizona’s year-round field season.

                                                     BEESC conducted a Pilot Study to evaluate the potential
                                                       effectiveness of soil vapor extraction in remediating
      Drilling monitoring wells to assess                          hydrocarbon contamination
           the extent of groundwater                                   in the vadose zone.
              contamination for an
              EPA site in Arizona.

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                                      ALASKA AIR NATIONAL GUARD

Contract Name: Kulis Composite Support Facility and Dining Hall Renovation,
Anchorage, Alaska
Contract Number: DAHA51-00-C-0002
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price
Contact: Mr. David Hunt, Contracting Officer
Contact Number: 907-428-6182
BEESC was the general construction contractor, project
manager, and earthwork contractor for the construction
of a new 30,000-square-foot Composite Support Facility
at Kulis Air National Guard Base to house several base
support groups, including security, communications
shop and main telephone switchgear, medical and
dental offices, maintenance shops, and general
administrative support functions. The vertical,
mechanical,      and   electrical    construction were
subcontracted to a local contractor.
Ground was broken in July 2000 on this state-of-the-art      The finished Composite Support Facility. BEESC
facility. During construction, our work scope was           completed construction on schedule and in budget.
expanded to include installation of a new fiber-optic
cabling backbone to connect the entire base to the new
communications switch equipment. All work was completed within the owner’s budget, and the
building user groups were able to move in during June 2001, as originally scheduled.
                                                        In July 2001, BEESC started work on the $3.5
                                                        million Dining Hall Renovation project. This project
                                                        required BEESC to gut and remodel an existing
                                                        10,000-square-foot building (vacated by base staff
                                                        during their relocation to the new Composite
                                                        Support Facility).
                                                        BEESC converted the building to a new, highly
                                                        efficient food preparation facility and dining hall.
                                                        Asbestos and lead-based paint abatement was
                                                        conducted during the demolition phase, and
                                                        complex structural modifications to the building
                                                        were required for the new roof and siding systems.
  Kulis Dining Hall structural modifications included   The all-new interior includes beautiful finishes and
               new roofing and siding.                  furnishings, sophisticated energy-recovery and
                                                        fire-suppression hoods, new kitchen equipment,
                                                        and an advanced digital control system that allows
                                                        remote operation and monitoring of building
                                                        energy systems.

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                                     ALASKA AIR NATIONAL GUARD

Contract Name: Kulis Maintenance/Aircraft Corrosion Control Facility,
Anchorage, Alaska
Contract Number: DAHA51-01-C-0012
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price
Contact: Mr. David Hunt, Contracting Officer
Contact Number: 907-428-6182
In September 2001, BEESC was awarded a contract to
construct a $12.3 million Maintenance Hangar to house
the Alaska Air National Guard’s C-130 transport aircraft
and Pavehawk helicopters during routine maintenance.
BEESC was the construction manager and performed all
of the earthwork with equipment we own and operate.
BEESC conducted the quality control measures for the
building construction.
This facility has a 225-foot clear span across the hangar
bay, a 54-foot ceiling height, and a vertical acting
MegaDoor hangar door system.
The building incorporates advanced fire-suppression and             Site work for construction of the new
wash-down systems, and a catwalk system with built-in          maintenance hangar at Kulis Air National Guard
fall-protection equipment for maintenance personnel                     base began in October 2001.
working above the aircraft.
                                                BEESC was able to reduce the construction cost by
                                                more than $500,000 by identifying and implementing
                                                value-engineering alternatives during the contract
                                                negotiation phase. This approach allowed the owner to
                                                award the facility within its construction budget.
                                                The contract was awarded in late September 2001.
                                                BEESC began earthwork within 3 days of the contract
                                                award and worked through freeze-up in October 2001.
                                                Site work resumed in March 2002.
                                                The amount and type of work accomplished
                                                immediately     after   contract   award    permitted
                                                construction to begin approximately 3 months earlier
   Work in progress on the Kulis Air National   than is usual for the Anchorage area. The project was
         Guard Maintenance Hangar.              completed in June 2003.

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Contract Name: White Alice Site Removal Action, Northeast Cape, St. Lawrence Island,
Contract Number: DACA85-02-C-0011
Contract Type: Firm-Fixed Price, ID/IQ
                                                              PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Contact: Mr. Carey Cossaboom, Contracting Officer
Contact Number: 907-753-2689                            ♦ Corrective and Removal Action
                                                              ♦   Permitting and Other Regulatory
St. Lawrence Island is located in the Bering Sea, off the         Compliance
western coast of Alaska, near the territorial waters of
                                                              ♦   Community Relations
Russia. The Northeast Cape (NE Cape) project site lies on
the northeast end of St. Lawrence Island, approximately       ♦   Cost Estimating
650 air miles northwest of Anchorage, Alaska. Freeze-up of    ♦   Sampling and Analysis
the Bering Sea normally occurs in October, and breakup        ♦   Site Investigation
normally occurs in late June or early July. The island is     ♦   Hazard and Risk Assessment
accessible by aircraft year-round (weather permitting) and
                                                              ♦   Quality Assurance and Quality
by boats/barges during the ice-free period.                       Control
Between 1952 and 1969, approximately 30 large buildings       ♦   Data Validation
and a 3,000-foot-long gravel runway were constructed at       ♦   Transport, Treatment, and
the site.                                                         Disposal of Wastes
In 2000, the facility was reclassified as a Formerly Used     ♦   Hazardous Material Surveys
Defense Sites (FUDS)-eligible property. In 2003, BEESC        ♦   Evaluation of Debris Reduction
demolished the facility under contract to the U.S. Army           Alternatives
Corps of Engineers, Alaska District (USACE). The scope of     ♦   Construction and Construction
work for this project included:                                   Management
♦ Preparing planning documents;                                ♦ Documentation and Plan
♦ Mobilization/demobilization and overall project logistics,
  including establishing and maintaining a temporary           ♦ Remote Site Logistics and
  construction camp, providing air support, and deploying
  a satellite communications system;                           ♦ Subcontractor Oversight
♦ Providing and improving access to the work sites;
♦ Destruction, Demolition, and Removal of more than 30 buildings and other structures, fuel lines
  and fuel storage facilities, approximately 60 miles of power and communications poles and
  wires, three septic systems, and more than 4,000 linear feet of utilidors;
♦ Removal and disposal of containerized hazardous and toxic waste (Con-HTW), drums, and
  miscellaneous items and debris;
♦ Off-island transport and disposal of more than 5,000 tons of inert and contaminated demolition
  debris; and
♦ Preparing a Removal Action Report.

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                                                Mobilization and Demobilization
                                                A temporary construction camp and 2,000 tons of
                                                equipment, materials, and fuel were barged and staged
                                                at Nome, Alaska, in early June 2003, pending access to
                                                the site. The BEESC landing craft, Bristol Endeavor,
                                                rendezvoused with larger mobilization barges for an
                                                advanced party mobilization. The Bristol Endeavor
                                                transported heavy equipment from Nome to the landing
                                                site at NE Cape to prepare the site for full mobilization.
                                                The advance party constructed a gravel ramp on the
                                                beach for discharging the cargo from the larger barges.
                                                BEESC demobilized approximately 7,000 tons of
                                                equipment, camp, and waste from the island in
    Construction camp and equipment being
    discharged from the mobilization barge      September and October 2003.
                  at NE Cape.

Environmental Remediation/Waste Management Services
Structural Assessment of Buildings. BEESC worked with the USACE to inspect each building
and implement safe entry procedures, which allowed BEESC to remove hazardous waste and
perform asbestos abatement in all but two of the buildings. An additional 2,500 tons of building
debris were disposed of as inert waste, rather than asbestos waste, as a result of these activities.
Building Waste Stream Sampling. Most of the structures contained significant amounts of lead-
and PCB-based paints. Paint types within each building were inspected, tested, and classified as
“OK to burn” or “no burn”. “No burn” wood was packaged and transported off-island for disposal.
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure tests were then performed on “no burn” building wastes.
Removal and Disposal of Hazardous Materials and Hazardous Waste. More than 250 Con-
HTW items were identified at the site. Con-HTW items were collected and brought to a Hazardous
Waste Accumulation Point where the wastes were characterized and consolidated. BEESC
manifested, shipped, and disposed of more than 400 tons of hazardous waste.
Treatment of Contaminated Water On-island. BEESC treated and discharged more than 70,000
gallons of water contaminated with hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and asbestos
at the site.
PCB Sampling on Concrete Slabs and Electrical Transformer Pads. BEESC performed and
analyzed more than 400 grid-based samples at 12 locations to assess the concentration of PCBs in
Sampling Beneath Former Utilidors and Fuel Piping Runs. BEESC performed subsurface soil
sampling along 4,000 lineal feet of utilidors and 500 lineal feet of fuel piping. Approximately 100
samples were obtained and analyzed for PCBs and hydrocarbons.

                             Compacting inert waste into
                        Conex-sized bales was innovative
                                      and cost effective.

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Waste Volume Reduction and Handling
Controlled Burning. BEESC used a McPherson air
curtain burner to significantly reduce the volume of wood
waste. In excess of 1,000 tons of wood debris was burned,
producing approximately 40 tons of ash. Because some of
the wood burned was coated with lead-based paint,
BEESC collected the ash and disposed of it off-island as a
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) waste.
Waste Compaction. BEESC purchased and modified a
TRANSPAK 150 industrial preload compactor to compact
the demolition debris and transfer the debris directly into
                                                                      BEESC burned approximately 1,000
shipping containers. BEESC was able to compact and load             tons of wood waste using a McPherson
up to 260 tons of debris daily using this system. This                        air curtain burner.
approach increased our waste density from 0.3 tons per
cubic yard (t/cy) to approximately 0.5 t/cy, reducing the
number of shipping containers required from 700 (as
originally estimated) to approximately 400.
Demolition and Removal of Contaminated Facilities
 “Condemned No Entry” and “Limited Entry” Structures. BEESC performed a structural
assessment of the buildings to identify those that could be safely entered before demolition. This
approach allowed BEESC to remove hazardous waste and perform asbestos abatement in all
but two of the buildings. An additional 2,500 tons of building debris were disposed of as inert
waste as a result of these activities.
                                                   Cleaning and Closure of Septic Systems and
                                                   Utilidors. BEESC cleaned and closed three septic
                                                   systems and approximately 4,000 lineal feet of
                                                   buried utilidor system. The septic tanks contained
                                                   sludge and water contaminated with PCBs and
                                                   hydrocarbons. One septic system was a four-
                                                   compartment, 50,000-gallon-capacity, concrete
                                                   tank. The septic water was removed, treated on
                                                   site, and discharged. The septic sludge was
                                                   transported off-island for disposal. BEESC then
                                                   demolished the concrete lid, cleaned the tank, and
    “Condemned No Entry” and “Limited Entry”
   buildings were swept for hazardous materials,   closed it in place.
           abated, and then demolished.
Demolition and Removal of Noncontaminated Facilities
Antennas. BEESC abated and demolished four large parabolic antennas at the White Alice
Complex. The antennas were 60 feet high and weighed approximately 100 tons each.
BEESC toppled the antennas before demolishing them. This approach allowed an excavator
equipped with a hydraulic shear to do all of the demolition, eliminating the need for personnel to
perform high work.

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Contract Name: Design/Build Construction Services and/or Construction Services,
Various Locations, Alaska
Contract Number: DACA85-02-D-0014
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price, ID/IQ
Contact: Ms. Marichu Relativo, Contracting Specialist
Contact Number: 907-753-2629

In 2002, the Alaska District awarded BEESC one of four, five-year, Multiple Award Task Order
Contracts (MATOCs) with a total value of $400 million. The project described below was
BEESC’s first MATOC assignment.

Building 802 Phases I and II, Ft. Richardson Army Base, Alaska.
This project goes well beyond the normal scope of work for a Corps of Engineers Design-Build
project. It was developed as an Alpha project under the Corps’ Alaska District’s contracting
procedures. In this case, the U.S. 6th Army Division had a program training need to convert
30,000 square feet of existing 50-year-old warehouse space into a state-of-the-art classroom and
Battle Simulation Center. The facility was to be custom-designed for specialized counter-
terrorism operations training, using the most modern digital communications and weapons
targeting training systems currently deployed.
The Army had a funding source if funds could be committed by fiscal year end, but the Corp of
Engineers did not have time to develop the design-build program criteria and then contract,
design, and construct the project through normal processes, while still allowing sufficient time for
design and construction.
Through its Alaska MATOC contract, BEESC was able to conduct design charette sessions with
the facility users before the contract award, simultaneously developing the design program with
the construction budget. The contract was awarded within 2 months of initial project discussions,
with the 35-percent design completed by the time of the contract award. The field construction
work, currently about 80 percent complete, has been successfully fast-tracked, significantly
overlapping the material ordering and construction start dates with the completion of the design
work. The project is now scheduled to finish a month ahead of the original schedule.

                                      The classroom space
                                      in Building 802
                                      reflected its original
                                      warehouse function.

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Contract Name: ID/IQ MATOC for Miscellaneous Construction, Repair, and
Maintenance at Fort Lewis and Yakima, Washington
Contract Number: DACA67-03-D-2007
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price, ID/IQ
Contact: Ms. Nancy Gary, Contracting Specialist
Contact Number: 206-764-3266
In 2003, BEESC was one of three firms awarded a Multiple Award Task Order Contract
(MATOC) by the Seattle District. The three firms will compete for each task order under the
contract, which is potentially worth $30 million over a five-year period.
Shoot House, Yakima Training Center, Yakima, Washington
This contract is to complete a preliminary design and then construct a 5,000-square-foot, live-
fire, indoor training facility and associated civil works including access road and staging area.
The facility includes a series of rooms with an armor plate ballistic wall system for live-fire
training with an overhead catwalk system for training evaluation. The facility is designed with
replaceable doors and windows that can be breached with explosives without damaging the
Range 25 Two-story Shoot House, Fort Lewis, Washington
This project is construction of a 2-story concrete masonry unit building on a concrete slab, with a
hollow core concrete plank roof over the single-story portion of the building, and a steel bar joist
and deck roof over the 2-story portion of the building. The roofing system is designed to
accommodate training exercises conducted using helicopter assault teams. The building is
approximately 6,100 square feet in size and includes exterior ballistic walls as well as an interior
ballistic wall system that will accommodate live-fire training exercises. The facility is designed
with replaceable doors, windows, and roof hatches that can be breached with explosives without
damaging the openings.

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Contract Name: Range Characterization, Fort Greely, Delta Junction, Alaska
Contract Number: DACA85-01-C-0005
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price                                PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Contact: Ms. JoAnn Woods, Program Manager
                                                         ♦ Access Request Processing
Contact Number: 907-753-5608                                Procedures
The project consisted of developing and testing sampling         ♦   Risk Characterization
procedures and protocols on impact ranges and                    ♦   Sampling and Analysis
developing a geographical information system (GIS)               ♦   Site Investigation
database and web site. The 2001 fieldwork was                    ♦   UXO / OE Hazard and Risk
conducted as part of a Cold Regions Research and                     Assessment
Engineering Laboratory research project.                         ♦   Quality Assurance and Quality
The project consisted of collecting soil and vegetation
                                                                 ♦   Data Validation
samples from the Washington Range at Fort Greely,
approximately 100 miles southeast of Fairbanks, Alaska,          ♦   Hazardous Material Surveys
to determine levels of explosive contamination and               ♦   Site Material Mapping
installing and pump testing of a monitoring well. The goal       ♦   Monitoring Well Installation and
of the sampling effort was to characterize munitions-                Testing
related contamination of the soil and possible plant uptake      ♦   Documentation and Plan
over the entire range by collecting representative, precise,         Development
and unbiased samples.                                            ♦   Site Logistics and Management
                                                                 ♦   Surveying and Mapping
Because unexploded ordnance (UXO) and explosives
                                                                 ♦   GIS and GPS Data Interpretation
(OE) might exist on site at the impact range, the principle
                                                                 ♦   Subcontractor Oversight
objective of the UXO support involved avoidance of UXO
contamination during all field activities.
BEESC provided a UXO specialist, who was present at all times during field activities and
coordinated all access to the range with the Fort Greely Range Control office. All areas on the
range identified for intrusive activity, such as inserting location markers (wood stakes), collecting
samples, and drilling a well, were surveyed using a Schonstedt GA-72CV Ferrous
Magnetometer. If an anomaly was suspected, an alternative location for the intrusive activity was
selected. Detected anomalies and any located UXO / OE hazards were marked, flagged,
avoided, and reported to the Fort Greely Range Control Officer. The UXO Specialist
administered the Safety and Health Program and conducted the daily safety briefing.
Soil samples were collected at each of 77 staked grid points (at 250-meter intervals), located by
using a global positioning system (GPS). Each sample was air dried, sieved through a
2-millimeter mesh, and thoroughly mixed. The samples were analyzed for explosives, nutrients,
soil properties, extractable metals, and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

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Vegetation samples were collected from those soil areas
found to have detected explosives and the highest
concentrations of extractable and total metals. Samples
were also collected from areas with observed impacts,
such as craters or the presence of mortar shells.
Vegetation tissue samples were collected to assess
uptake of metals or explosives by different plant species.
BEESC then prepared a work plan to conduct soil,
sediment, and surface water samples from other training
areas on Fort Greely; this was accomplished in the
summer of 2002.
In addition to the field work, BEESC developed a GIS
database in which analytical data from the sample sites
were geocoded to Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM)
coordinates obtained by GPS surveys at the time of            UXO clearance was conducted at Fort
                                                               Greely before vegetation sampling.
sample collection. The database was developed to
provide compatibility with the Army’s GIS database for
training lands for Army posts in Alaska.
BEESC constructed a prototype web site to allow access to the GIS data from any site
connected to the Internet. The web site is set up on BEESC’s existing Internet line and has clear
text password security access. The GIS-developed maps can be viewed on the web site without
GIS or AutoCAD software. A user can select a particular grid point and pull up the attribute data,
such as analytical data collected for samples at that location. Monitoring well data, such as the
construction diagram, boring log, pump test information, and groundwater analytical data, may
be accessed by selecting the well location on the map. All maps and data may be printed
directly from the web site.
Investigative reports and other documents were added to the web site by BEESC in PDF
(portable document format). This allows the user to review the document on-screen and print the
document. All of the maps, corresponding data, and reports are read-only, so that the
information cannot be changed by web site users.

Environmental Characterization for Jarvis Creek at Fort Greely, Alaska
To assess military impacts to the creek, the BEESC field team spent three weeks collecting
surface water and sediment samples, collected soil samples from two creek road crossings,
collected stream discharge measurements, and prepared a report documenting the fieldwork,
and describing the results.

In close coordination with the client, BEESC developed the analytical program for surface water
sampling. A detailed quality assurance/quality control plan was also developed and
implemented. Samples were analyzed for metals (arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead,
mercury, selenium, and silver), total aqueous hydrocarbons, total aromatic hydrocarbons,
alkalinity, hardness, sulfates, total dissolved solids, total organic carbon, and total suspended
solids. Field measurements were taken for conductivity, dissolved oxygen, pH, salinity, turbidity,
and temperature. Water discharge measurements, along with surface water quality and

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sediment samples, were collected from Jarvis Creek to characterize variations in chemical
concentrations that occur; particularly the variation that occurs between periods of low and high

Discharge measurements were taken on Jarvis Creek during the field activities. The field
measurements were taken using the U.S. Geological Survey Mid-section Method, which utilizes
the Velocity-Area Method. A Price AA velocity meter with an attached AquaCalc™ automatic
velocity calculation instrument was used to measure the velocity of the creek.

The discharge measurement of the creek was calculated by multiplying the area of the creek
cross section (square feet) by the velocity (feet per second), giving the creek discharge
measurement (cubic feet per second). The discharge measurements and surface water
analytical results were evaluated to see if a correlation exists between flow conditions and
analytical concentrations in Jarvis Creek.

At each station where a surface water sample was collected, an additional surface water sample
was collected for analysis of hydrogen and oxygen isotopes. Isotopic composition indicates
whether the source of the water is primarily precipitation and snowmelt, or is likely groundwater.

BEESC constructed a web site with Intergraph’s GeoMedia WebMap to allow access to the GIS
data from any site connected to the Internet. The GIS-developed maps can be viewed on the
web site without GIS or AutoCAD software. A user can conduct queries about all the data for
graphical display, and can select a particular grid point and pull up the attribute data, such as
analytical data collected for samples at that location. Monitoring well data, such as the
construction diagram, boring log, pump test information, and groundwater analytical data, may be
accessed by selecting the well location on the map. All maps and data can be printed directly
from the web site.

 BEESC staff conducted water sampling along
 Jarvis Creek at Fort Greely in summer 2002.
     A portable GPS was used to pinpoint
              sampling locations.

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BEESC provided civil road design and construction management on Bureau of
Indian Affairs (BIA)-funded projects for the New Stuyahok Tribal Council and Egegik
Tribal Council.

Project Name: Egegik Landfill Access Road
Location: Egegik, Alaska                                               PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Client: Native Village of Egegik                                  ♦    Design
Contact: Mr. Lawrence Abalama                                     ♦    Development of Plans and
Contact Number: 907-233-2211
                                                                  ♦    Cost Estimation

Design at Egegik consisted of three alignments or corridors       ♦    Geotechnical Investigation
totaling 6.5 kilometers of roadway: (1) upgrade of a roadway      ♦    Quality Assurance
running through the village, (2) a new roadway across tundra           Inspection
that extended the first road portion to reach the new             ♦    Contract Negotiation and
community landfill, and (3) a separate segment in the village          Preparation Assistance
that required both rebuilding of the existing roadway and         ♦    Mobilization Support
building a new road.
                                                                  ♦    Local Hire Training
                                                                  ♦    Subcontractor Oversight
For the Egegik project, BEESC also provided construction
                                                                  ♦    Construction Management
services involving operation of heavy equipment to build the

Project Award. In recognition of quality
project performance that met the needs of the
community, BEESC was awarded a plaque by
the Egegik Village Tribal Council. The
engraving says, “In appreciation for your
valuable commitment and services in
management to the Egegik Road Project.”

                                                    BEESC designed and constructed the Egegik road.

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                                         Project Name: Road Design and Construction
                                         Location: New Stuyahok, Alaska
                                         Client: New Stuyahok Traditional Council
                                         Contact: Mr. Dennis Andrew, Sr.
                                         Contact Number: 907-693-3173

                                         BEESC performed feasibility studies, survey analysis,
                                         environmental     assessment,       design,    permitting,
                                         construction management, construction, equipment, local
                                         hire training, and quality control for this contract. The
   Example of typical erosion problems   project provided road and drainage improvements for
          In New Stuyahok .              approximately 3.7 kilometers of roads in New Stuyahok,

                                         Design engineering services included development of
                                         plans and specifications, geotechnical investigation, and
                                         cost estimating. BEESC also helped select borrow sites
                                         for sources of building materials. BEESC construction
                                         management services included quality assurance
                                         inspection services, mobilization, contract preparation
                                         support, and contractor oversight.

  Road improvements addressed runoff,
     drainage, and erosion control.

Design of Roads for Igiugig, Ugashik, Koliganek, and Perryville.

On another BIA project, BEESC provided design for a 2.7-
kilometer segment of new road in Igiugig extending from town to              PROJECT ACTIVITIES
the site of a planned landfill. Work included development of plans       ♦    Design
and specifications, geotechnical investigation, and cost estimating.     ♦    Development of Plans
BEESC also assisted in selection of borrow sites for sources of               and Specifications
building materials. Similar services are now being provided for the      ♦    Cost Estimate
villages of Ugashik, Koliganek, and Perryville.
                                                                         ♦    Geotechnical
                                                                         ♦    Environmental Services
                                                                         ♦    Bid and Construction
                                                                         ♦    Public Involvement

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Project Name: Igiugig Sanitation Road
Location: Igiugig, Alaska
Client: Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF)
Contact: Mr. Gary Lincoln, Project Manager
Contact Number: 907-269-0606

Civil road design services provided by BEESC for a road in Igiugig incorporated a new roadway
and upgrading of an existing road. The project consisted of developing an approved categorical
exclusion environmental checklist; preparing a design study report; and preparing final plans,
specifications, and estimates. BEESC also coordinated the engineering, environmental, public
involvement, right-of-way, surveying, geotechnical, and utility activities. The design work has
been completed, and BEESC now is providing technical assistance during construction.

Project Name: Chignik Airport Access Road Rehabilitation
Location: Chignik, Alaska
Client: ADOT&PF
Contact: Mr. Morgan Merritt, P.E., P.L.S., Project Manager
Contact Number: 907-269-0614

This project rehabilitated 2.9 kilometers of existing road to current design standards with
realignments as necessary along rock bluffs to minimize maintenance efforts and provide a
dependable year-round access to the airport, which is the community’s only link to other parts of
the state.

The design will coordinate coastal engineering for
armor rock slope protection, geotechnical
recommendations for rockfall and rock cutting
issues, hydraulic engineering for fish passage at
stream crossings, and right-of-way mapping.
Project activities include developing a preliminary
engineering study, supporting public involvement
and environmental activities, and preparing a
design study report and final plans, specifications,
and estimates for construction bidding.

                                                       BEESC addressed the problems of eroded riprap
                                                       protection and the accumulation of ice and falling
                                                           rock from high bluffs adjacent to the road.

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Project Name: Long Range Transportation Plan Update
Location: 18 Alaska Villages
Client: Village Councils
Contact: Mr. Gene Rehfield (BIA)
Contact Number: 907-586-7397

In work funded by a grant from the BIA, BEESC provided long-range transportation planning
services for 18 Village Councils in Alaska. During development of 20-year comprehensive
transportation plans for these communities, BEESC identified short-, medium-, and long-term
needs for transportation in the communities.

The project involved ongoing communication with the Village Councils to obtain feedback and
input on the information being developed. BEESC also updated an inventory of village roads that
contains information such as road lengths and widths, surface types, and maintenance needs.

The following activities were performed by BEESC:
♦ Gathering data;
♦ Developing a 20-year plan for each community;
♦ Updating the road inventory; and
♦ Preparing feasibility studies for use in identifying priorities for future improvements and
   new construction.

    The transportation plan will identify priorities for
   improving village roads, such as this deeply rutted
                  road in South Naknek.

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                                      NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Contract Name: Boardwalk and Bear Viewing Platform Construction, Brooks Camp,
Katmai National Park and Reserve, Alaska
Contract Number: CX9917990046
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price
Contact Name: Mr. Ken Pendleton, Contracting Officer
Contact Number: 907-257-2602
BEESC provided planning and construction for the addition of an elevated boardwalk and two
bear-viewing platforms at Brooks Camp in Katmai National Park and Preserve. The new visitor
amenities were constructed on the Brooks River between Naknek Lake and Brooks Lake in
Southwest Alaska.
BEESC prepared a cost estimate and assisted the client with design clarification and materials
identification. Construction materials ordered during winter and spring were barged to Naknek in
early summer. The materials were later barged across Naknek Lake to a construction camp for
the project.
The frequent presence of bears in the areas was a major safety concern and often stopped work.
To mitigate this risk, members of the field crew were well informed about safe practices for
dealing with the presence of wildlife and avoiding confrontations. The crew had no injuries and
no serious encounters. They did take home a lot of great photographs.
                                                           The possibility of disturbing culturally
                                                           significant artifacts was another concern.
                                                           The National Park Service provided an
                                                           archaeologist on site during posthole
                                                           excavation. Several unearthed artifacts were
                                                           preserved and turned over to the National
                                                           Park Service.
                                                           BEESC met the client’s preferences for local
                                                           hire. During erection of the boardwalks and
                                                           platforms, about 70 percent of the workers
                                                           were from the Bristol Bay region.

  Local labor resources were used during construction of
                the bear-viewing platforms.

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                                      NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Contract Name: Lake Camp Boat Dock and Parking Lot Construction, Katmai
National Park and Preserve, Alaska
Contract Number: C9917000056
                                                             PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price
                                                          ♦ Preparation of Plans
Contact: Mr. Bradley Harris, Contracting Officer
                                                              and Specifications
Contact Number: 907-257-2678
                                                                            ♦   Constructibility Review
                                                                            ♦   Value Engineering
BEESC completed construction of a design-build project for the
National Park Service at Lake Camp, located on the Naknek                   ♦   Soil Density Testing
River. The project involved constructing a new boat ramp,                       and Inspection
transient dock, upper parking lot, and lower maneuvering area in            ♦   Remote Site Operation
front of the boat ramp; access roads forming a circular traffic flow
pattern to and from the dock; a fuel transfer pad, and a double-
vaulted toilet. In addition, the existing dock was relocated.
                                                       This project converted an existing crude and
                                                       steep access road into a full-service facility
                                                       capable of launching and retrieving the Park
                                                       Service’s 53-foot barge. Other features include
                                                       a designated area to perform safe fuel transfers
                                                       for the barge; an additional dock and plank area
                                                       to increase capacity for local residents, visitors,
                                                       and commercial users; and shore anchors for
                                                       mooring large vessels.
                                                       Design and construction challenges consisted of
                                                       developing this facility along a 30-foot-high,
                                                       easily erodable bank that is adjacent to a very
   Features of the completed project include the new   high-resource-value       river;        minimizing
          access road, boat ramp, and dock.
                                                       disturbance to natural vegetation; a tight budget;
                                                       and a 90-day construction window.
Construction techniques used to fast-track the project included mass production of high-strength
concrete boat ramp planks off site, while carefully phasing on-site grading efforts to minimize
exposure of unstable silts and the risk of losing slope stability near the river.
The new boat ramp is 34 feet wide and extends 80 feet into the river to provide service
throughout summer months when the river level fluctuates 5 or more feet. The new fuel transfer
pad was built with a separated, low-maintenance containment basin to protect the environment
from fueling operations. The existing 7-foot by 80-foot dock was removed and relocated upriver
(recycling original materials) to avoid conflicts when launching and retrieving large vessels. A
second dock (8 feet by 80 feet) was added to provide more room for staging, parking, and
launching boats.

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                                          STATE OF HAWAI’I

Project Name: Access and Risk Management Program, Kaho‘olawe Island Reserve,
Contact Name: Mr. Stanton Enomoto, Contracting Officer
Contact Number: 808-543-5020
BEESC was awarded a 2-year contract with the State of Hawai‘i
to assist the Kaho‘olawe Island Reserve Commission (KIRC) in                     PROJECT ACTIVITIES
developing and implementing an Access and Risk Management                         Risk Characterization
Program (ARMP). Kaho‘olawe is the smallest of the eight major                     UXO Risk Evaluation
islands in the Hawaiian archipelago. It lies 6 miles southwest of
                                                                                  Identification of UXO
Maui and covers roughly 45 square miles.                                          Controls

At the start of World War II, the U.S. military claimed Kaho‘olawe                GIS Data Interpretation
for use as a target and training area. In 1993, after nearly 50                   Management of
years under military control, the U.S. Congress passed a law that                 Culturally Sensitive
recognized the cultural significance of the island, required the
return of the island to the State of Hawai‘i, and directed the Navy               Data Management
to conduct unexploded ordnance (UXO) cleanup and
environmental restoration in partnership with the State of Hawai‘i.               UXO Monitoring and
                                                                                  Disposition Protocol
                                                                                  Access Request
                                                                                  Processing Procedures

                                                                             The      Kaho‘olawe    Island
                                                                             Reserve consists of the
                                                                             island and ocean waters
                                                                             extending 2 miles from its
                                                                             shores. By state law, the
                                                                             reserve can be used only for
                                                                             Native Hawaiian cultural,
                                                                             spiritual, and subsistence
                                                                             purposes. The KIRC is the
                                                                            state agency that manages
                    The Kaho‘olawe Island Reserve is dedicated to Native    the reserve and is responsible
                      Hawaiian cultural, spiritual, and subsistence uses.
                     Inset Photograph Below: Unexploded ordnance is         for the environmental and
                        being gathered and cleared from the reserve.        cultural restoration of the
The main purposes of the ARMP are to guide operations and control access into the reserve,
evaluate potential UXO risks that users may encounter, and implement controls to mitigate UXO
risks. Risk characterization was accomplished principally in a graphical manner by building
layers in a geographical information system (GIS) to represent available information. This
approach allowed BEESC to simultaneously evaluate disparate information such as topographic
relief, soil type, projected use, UXO clearance level, and Navy certification.

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                                  VARIOUS CITIES IN ALASKA

Project Name: Togiak Landfill Project
                                                                      PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Location: Togiak, Alaska
                                                               ♦   Design
Client: City of Togiak
                                                               ♦   Project Management
For a multiphased project administered by the Alaska           ♦   Design/Build Construction
Native Tribal Health Consortium for the City of Togiak,            Management
BEESC managed a design/build project that used an              ♦   Permit Acquisition
entirely local labor force. Togiak is a traditional Eskimo     ♦   Coordination with Regulatory
village with a fishing and subsistence lifestyle. It lies 67       Agencies
miles west of Dillingham at the head of Togiak Bay in          ♦   Landfill Development
the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge.
                                                               ♦   Closure of Former Landfill
The first phase of the project included permitting,            ♦   Borrow Site Development
design, and construction of a new 1.7-mile road                ♦   Use of Force Account Construction
providing access to a landfill site, a new equipment           ♦   Solid Waste Management Planning
building, and a new landfill, as well as closure of the
                                                               ♦   Preparation of Landfill Operating
existing landfill at a different site. In addition, a new
materials borrow site was developed near the new

BEESC completed project design and permitting in the second phase of the project. We
constructed a new sewer force main (4,000 linear feet), upgraded the main sewage lift station,
constructed about one-half mile of new road to separate the existing lagoon from a main access
route, and upgraded the lagoon.
BEESC worked with the community and federal and state agencies to obtain all necessary
permits for the project. Schedule was critical because design and construction of the new landfill
and access road needed to be completed in a single summer season to avoid a second costly
mobilization of equipment.
                                                          The solid waste management plan
                                                          developed by BEESC provided guidelines
                                                          to assist the community in waste
                                                          management, reduction, and recycling.
                                                          The plan included a description of
                                                          recommended operation for the new

                                                          All construction work was performed as
                                                          force    account    construction.    The
                                                          equipment operators, drivers, carpenters,
                                                          and laborers were hired locally from
         BEESC constructed an equipment building          Togiak.
                 at the new landfill site.

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Landfill Development for Rural Alaska Communities                         PROJECT ACTIVITIES
                                                                     ♦    Planning
BEESC was responsible for planning, permitting, and
construction drawings for new landfills for Egegik and Chenega       ♦    Permitting
and a preliminary design for a new landfill in Quinhagak.            ♦    Construction Drawings

Project Name: Engineering Study of Water, Sewer, and Solid Waste Facilities and
Sanitation Master Plan Development
Location: Emmonak, Alaska
Client: City of Emmonak
                                                                PROJECT ACTIVITIES
BEESC was prime contractor for the development of a
                                                               ♦ Landfill and Access
community sanitation facilities master plan that addressed the   Road Site Selection
following issues:
                                                                      ♦    Planning for Landfill
♦ Control survey and mapping of the community and the                      Closure
  landfill site;                                                      ♦    Identification of Sewer
♦ A new landfill and all-weather access road, including a                  and Water Service
  materials borrow site for future construction;
                                                                      ♦    Design of Upgrades
♦ Preparation of a solid waste management plan;
                                                                      ♦    Community Involvement
♦ Closing the existing landfill;
♦ Extension of the existing (vacuum) sewer and water mains
  to serve new areas;
♦ Providing sewer and water service to existing and proposed housing units;
♦ Design and construction of major upgrades to the existing water treatment facility and
  distribution system;
♦ Providing honeybucket disposal facilities, including in the airport area;
♦ Upgrades and retrofitting for existing vacuum plumbing fixtures in approximately 100 houses;
♦ Discussion of future improvements to the community washeteria.

This facilities master plan required a comprehensive community information process, along with
a rather extensive program of surveying, mapping, and land ownership work to define the options
(and preferred location) for the new community landfill.

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Project Name: Engineering Services for a Sewer and Water Master Plan
Location: Dillingham, Alaska
Client: City of Dillingham

BEESC is preparing a new 20-year planning study for the City of Dillingham to address
future sewer and water improvements. Work includes main extensions and development of
a new municipal water source.

Project Name: Feasibility Study and Sanitation Master Plan                PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Location: Portage Creek, Alaska                                          ♦    Planning
Client: Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation,                 ♦    Feasibility Study
Village Safe Water
                                                                         ♦    Landfill Site Selection
                                                                         ♦    Water and Sewer
Project work included the following activities:                               System Design
♦ Control survey and mapping that encompassed townsite and
   private land parcels;
♦ Identification of a new landfill site;
♦ Development of alternatives and recommendations
   for water and sewer systems – two community
   drainfields and individual wells;
♦ Completion of a well development program that
   provided the clinic building with a new 6-inch, steel-
   cased well; and
♦ Detailed cost estimates for the construction and
                                                             Uncontrolled waste disposal results in
   operation of recommended improvements.                     bird hazards at the adjacent airport
                                                                     and nuisance bears.

Project Name: Engineering Design and Construction Permitting
Location: Marshall, Alaska
Client: City of Marshall
BEESC is a subconsultant responsible for all design and construction permitting for a
series of sewer and water improvements. The first two phases involve more than $3 million
in construction of new gravity sewers, new water distribution mains, upgrade of the sewer
lift station, and a major addition to the water treatment plant.

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Project Name: Engineering Feasibility Study
Location: Gambell, Alaska
Client: City of Gambell

BEESC is preparing a feasibility study and preliminary design for sanitation improvements. The
work will include the following components:
♦ New landfill and access roads,
♦ New sewer and water service to about 60 homes,
♦ New potable water source, and
♦ Improvements to the water treatment plant and storage facilities;

Project Name: Engineering Design and Construction Management
Location: Anvik, Alaska
Client: City of Anvik                                                     PROJECT ACTIVITY
                                                                      ♦   Design
BEESC provided a fast-track design and construction                   ♦   Permitting
management services to provide sewer service to nine homes in
Anvik. Facilities included on-site systems, septic tank effluent      ♦   Construction Management
pump systems, gravity service, and a new sewage lift station.

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                                          PRIVATE INDUSTRY

Project Name: Development of Castle Bay Rock Quarry
Location: Castle Bay on the Alaska Peninsula, Alaska
                                                                                 PROJECT ACTIVITIES
                                                                             ♦    Identification of
BEESC obtained local, state, and federal permits to develop and                   Permits Required
operate a rock quarry in the Bristol Bay region. Only a few tideland
                                                                             ♦    Coordination with
quarries have received permits in Alaska, and the permit is the first             Regulatory Agencies
approved in the state in the past decade.
                                                                             ♦    Rock Source Estimates
The quarry site is on the coast of Castle Bay, roughly 8 air miles
                                                                             ♦    Geological
south of Chignik on the Alaska Peninsula. BEESC specialists                       Assessment
prepared estimates of rock amounts, and determined that the
                                                                             ♦    Cost-Benefit Analysis
quarry potentially could yield 253,000 tons of rock.

                                               BEESC engineering studies also confirmed that the
                                               make-up of the rock at the site is appropriate for use
                                               by Bristol Bay Native Corporation in projects
                                               throughout the region. In addition, a cost-benefit
                                               analysis demonstrated the economic advantages of
                                               developing the quarry as a rock source.
                                               The Castle Bay rock is a high-quality
                                               granodiorite that is suitable for breakwaters and
                                               other armor rock needs. The tidewater location
                                               of the quarry site will permit economical barge
   The new quarry at Castle Rock could yield   access for transport to project sites.
            253,000 tons of rock.

Project Name: Development of Dillingham Rock                                 PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Location: Dillingham, Alaska                                             ♦   Identification of Permits
BEESC provided services for development of a rock quarry in              ♦   Coordination with
the Dillingham area. Responsibilities included evaluating the                Regulatory Agencies
site, performing tests on the rock, and completing quarry                ♦   Rock Source Estimates
development. BEESC also established that rock from the quarry            ♦   Geological Assessment
meets typical government and industry specifications.                    ♦   Economic Analysis
Located approximately 18 road-miles from town, the quarry will           ♦   Seismic Refraction
provide a much-needed local rock source. The large-rock                      Geophysical Survey
fraction mined from the site can be used for construction of             ♦   Test Blasting
breakwaters, retaining walls, erosion control barriers, docks,
                                                                         ♦   Mine Plan
and ramps. Crushed rock can also be produced at the quarry

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                                        and used as aggregate for road subbase, and as a
                                        component of pavement or cement. This material is far
                                        superior to the gravel pit aggregate that has been used
                                        previously in the area for construction of roads and
                                            To determine feasibility of quarry development, BEESC
                                            conducted geological and geophysical surveys. Rock
                                            samples were subjected to a variety of laboratory
   An excavator sorted stockpile material
      obtained from the initial test blast. simulations to determine whether the rock would perform
                                            properly under the severe conditions to which it would be
exposed. The rock, which is a greywacke, with three mutually perpendicular, weakly developed
joint sets, is not an ideal quarry rock type. It was not certain that large armor stones that weigh
between 1 and 5 tons and are suitable for breakwaters in high-energy marine shoreline
environments could be produced.
A seismic refraction survey was conducted to determine whether the rock is competent or
fractured at depth. Through a series of test blasts, the rock size gradation to be expected with
the use of various blast hole patterns and explosive loading parameters was determined. The
studies indicated that the rock meets all specifications dictated by the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers and other potential consumers of the rock. The test blasting indicated that the yield of
armor stones weighing more than 1 ton is approximately 25 percent.

Project Name: Wetlands Mitigation Plan                                  PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Location: Southcentral Alaska                                       ♦   Regulatory Agency
BEESC was retained to provide conservation plan services to         ♦   Assessment of Wetland
satisfy a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers mitigation                       Functions
requirement for a commercial development. The project site          ♦   Identification of Measures to
is surrounded by the Chugach National Forest. Services                  Mitigate Habitat Loss
included assessing the wetlands functions and values and            ♦   Evaluation of Fish and
developing a plan to compensate for the habitat loss caused             Wildlife Enhancement
by the wetland fill. BEESC developed mitigation plan options            Alternatives
to enhance fish and wildlife habitats in the area.                  ♦   Documentation of Findings
                                                                        and Recommendations
One option involved developing an on-site plan to enhance
bird habitat for resident and migratory species. The plan
included revegetating exposed fills and soil with native grasses, screening the site perimeter with
native conifers, providing nesting boxes, and providing an interpretive site for visitors to enhance
awareness of the components of the natural environment.
An off-site option involved enhancing juvenile fish habitat in a roadless area in the National
Forest. BEESC worked closely with U.S. Forest Service habitat biologists to develop a plan that
would create a deeper lake for overwintering fish.
Coordination with the client, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and other regulatory agencies
helped to identify conservation measures that fairly compensated for the loss of wetland habitat
as a result of the development project. The mitigation solution reached satisfied all parties.

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Project Name: Waterfowl Habitat Creation                               PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Location: Southcentral Alaska                                    ♦   Permit Acquisition
                                                                 ♦   Regulatory Agency
BEESC assisted an Alaska homesteader in creating a                   Coordination
large pond to serve as waterfowl habitat at his homestead        ♦   Identification of Habitat
site. The area has long been known for the large number              Enhancements
of migrating waterfowl. As a result of the 1964 Alaska           ♦   Pond Design
earthquake, land in the area dropped, which raised the
                                                                 ♦   Design for Grading and Control
water table. Plant communities were significantly affected,          of Erosion, Sediment, and
and trees and spruce were downed. The resident sought                Stormwater
to attract resident waterfowl populations, which require         ♦   Preparation of Plans
open fresh water areas and complementary nesting
BEESC acquired the necessary permits for the project and prepared the required plans, which
included a grading plan, erosion and sediment control plan, and a stormwater plan that outlined
best management practices. Other services included pond design and consulting with the Alaska
Department of Fish and Game to ensure the pond would be productive and enhance waterfowl
populations in the area.
Ducks require shallow water areas with tall grasses for nesting, food, and cover. Open water
protects ducks from terrestrial predators, serves as a source of aquatic food, and provides a
resting place. The project consisted of extracting approximately 20,000 cubic yards of material to
                                                 a depth sufficient for aquatic vegetation, dressing
                                                 the site, and revegetating. The pond and
                                                 shoreline were designed to prevent surface
                                                 drainage from the pond. A buffer zone was
                                                 maintained between the pond and the nearby
                                                   BEESC was able to coordinate with the client to
                                                   sell excess excavated material nearby, thereby
                                                   reducing project net costs. The permitting was
                                                   accomplished on a fast-track schedule to meet
                                                   the timing for the gravel to be extracted during
                                                   the spring while moist conditions still existed
    Development of a new pond required plans for
                                                   from spring runoff. The timing enabled the
     grading, erosion and sediment control, and
      stormwater best management practices.        homesteader to avoid implementing dust control

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      Appendix B

        List of
Representative Projects
        APPENDIX B

                                 Representative Projects
Service                    Projects
Road Design                    Egegik                                 Chignik
                               Igiugig                                Ugashik
                               New Stuyahok                           Koliganek
                               Togiak                                 Perryville
Landfill Design and            New Solid Waste Landfill and           Metals Landfill–Erosion Protection
Closure / Landfill             Closure of Existing Landfill, Togiak   and Closure, Adak
Construction                   Roberts Landfill–New ACM and           New Landfills for Egegik, Chenega
                               Demolition Cells and Final Closure,    Bay, Quinhagak, Emmonak, and
                               Adak                                   Gambell
                               Barrow Landfill Closure                Amchitka ROTHR Demolition and
                               Barrel Bluffs, King Salmon             Environmental Closeout
                               Husky Pit Class II Landfill, Adak      Construction Management, Togiak
                               Debris Monofill, Amchitka
Water and Wastewater           Anvik                                  Anchorage Water and Wastewater
Design                         Egegik                                 Utility
                               Togiak                                 Dillingham
                               Cordova Airport                        Manokotak
                               Marshall                               Emmonak
                               Portage Creek                          FAA Remote Sites
                               Gambell                                Adak
Master Plans–Water,            Dillingham                             Quinhagak
Wastewater, and Solid          Togiak                                 Pilot Point
Waste                          Portage Creek                          Emmonak
General Civil                  Dillingham Containment Facility        Facility Site Development and
Engineering                    FAA Utility Corridor Design            Utilities for Building Projects in
                               King Salmon Boat Ramp & Parking        Anchorage, King Salmon, Yakutat,
                                                                      Dillingham, and Togiak
                               U.S. Navy Landfills
                                                                      Alaska National Guard Containment
                               Site Engineering for CIRI Housing      Facilities, 8 Sites
                               U.S. Park Service Projects at King     Alaska Village Electric Cooperative
                               Salmon and Brooks Camp                 Conceptual Design for 2 Tank
                               Access Road and Drainage Design        Farms
                               (Adak and Amchitka, WA)                Happy Valley lateral pipeline, Kenai
                               City of Nome, Engineering Services     Peninsula
                               Adak Water & Sewer Feasibility
Project Management             Anchorage Water and Wastewater         Rural Sanitation Projects for Togiak
                               Utility                                and Anvik
                               Bureau of Indian Affairs Road          U.S. Navy projects at Adak and
                               Projects                               Amchitka

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                                 Representative Projects
Service                    Projects
Design/Build                   Roads (Force Account): Egegik,         Sanitation Facilities: Anvik and
                               Igiugig, New Stuyahok, Togiak          Togiak Sewage Lagoon (Force
                               Landfill Access Road                   Accounts); FAA Remote Facilities;
                               Landfills: Togiak Municipal Landfill   Sewage Lagoon Closure, Adak
                               (Force Account), Amchitka              Lake Camp Boat Ramp, King
                               Construction Debris Monofill, and      Salmon
                               Adak ACM and Construction Debris       Alaska National Guard Containment
                               Monofill                               Facilities, 8 Sites
                               Dormitory project, King Salmon
Compliance Plans               Peninsula Airways - Kodiak, King       MI Drilling Facilities on North Slope
                               Salmon and Dillingham Facilities       and Kenai
Fuel Tank Farm                 Conceptual Design for Togiak and
Consolidations                 New Stuyahok

GIS Applications               CAMPTEX Natural Resource               Kaho'olawe Hawai'i Access and Risk
                               Planning, Bristol Bay Region           Management Program
                               Fort Greely Range Characterization
Site and Remedial              Soldotna River Terrace                 FAA Iliamna Flight Service Station
Investigation                  Contaminated Site Project              Pedro Bay Soil Contamination Study
                               King Salmon Barrel Bluffs              and Risk Assessment
                               Turner Totem Trailer Park              Fort Greely Range Characterization
                               Peninsula Airways Fuel Release         FAA Kincaid Park Ground
                               Investigation                          Penetrating Radar and Soil
                               Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska           Investigation
                               Strategic Plan                         Navy BOA, Geophysical Site
                               U.S. Navy, Power Plant 3, Adak         Investigation, Moore AFB, TX
Feasibility Study              South Runway 18/36, Adak               Soldotna River Terrace Feasibility
                               Power Plant 3 and NMCB Sites,          Study
                               Adak                                   Adak Feasibility Study
Risk Management                Access & Risk Management               Range Safe Program, Adak and Fort
                               Program Development Kaho‘olawe         Greely
                               Island Reserve, Hawaii
Site Remediation               Tin City Remedial Action               Davis Lake Lagoon Sludge Transfer,
                               Anvil Mountain Concrete Demolition     Adak
                               Barrow Shoreline Debris Cleanup        Davidson’s Landing Excavation and
                               Alaska News Agency Soil Vapor          Thermal Desorption
                               Extraction                             Amchitka ROTHR Demolition and
                               Hot Air Vapor Extraction, Adak,        Environmental Closeout
                               Wales, Tin City, Amchitka, Barrow      Airport Ditch Remediation, Adak
                               American River Drum Removal            Transit Road Bridge Seep
                               Amchitka Sewage Lagoon Closure         Elimination, Adak
                               EPA Coeur d’Alene, ID, Indian          EPA Gila River Indian Community,
                               Reservation LUSTs                      AZ, LUSTs

Remedial Design                 Sweeper Creek Remedial Design,        Soldotna River Terrace Preliminary
                                Waste Oil Pond, Retention Pond,       Design for In Situ Treatment
                                Adak                                  Barrel Bluffs Soil Vapor Extraction
                               Brooks Camp Soil Vapor Extraction      and Air Sparging, King Salmon
                               and Air Sparging

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                                 Representative Projects
Service                    Projects
Groundwater                    King Salmon Groundwater               Adak Well Monitoring and
Remediation                    Monitoring                            Decommissioning
                               Groundwater Monitoring,               Brooks Camp Air Sparging
                               Willbridge, OR                        Soldotna River Terrace Remediation
                               Barrel Bluffs, King Salmon            (TCE Removal)
Waste Characterization         Kanakanak Hospital Waste Disposal     American River Drum Removal
                               Waste Characterization, Three         Davidson’s Landing
                               National Wildlife Refuges             Anvil Mountain
                               Togiak Beach Disposal Site            Tin City
                               Brooks Camp                           Amchitka ROTHR Demolition and
                               FAA Iliamna Flight Service Station    Environmental Closeout
Hazardous and                  Kanakanak Hospital Waste Disposal     Soldotna River Terrace
Petroleum Waste                American River Drum Removal           Tin City
Removal and Disposal           Hazardous Waste Removal, Three        Iliamna
                               National Wildlife Refuges             Brooks Camp
                               Barrel Bluffs Contaminated Soil       Amchitka ROTHR Demolition and
                               Removal, King Salmon                  Environmental Closeout
                               Davidson’s Landing Soil Removal       Togiak Beach Disposal Site
                               White Alice Site Removal, Northeast   Clear AFB
                               Cape, St. Lawrence Island
AST and UST Closures           UST Removals (13 Tanks), Adak         UST Closures, U.S. Forest Service
                               UST Removal Puget Sound Naval         UST Closures (13 Tanks), Various
                               Ship Yard, Seattle, WA                Locations, AK and WA
                               UST/AST Removal (66 Tanks),           Amchitka ROTHR Demolition and
                               Amchitka                              Environmental Closeout
                               FAA UST/AST (16 Tanks), Iliamna       PenAir UST Removals and AST
                               UST Removal, Eielson Air Force        Installations
                               Base, Fairbanks                       Turner Totem Trailer Park UST
                               UST Removal, Naval Air Station,       Removals
                               Whidbey Island, WA
Wetland Delineation            Anchorage, Private Entity             Togiak, Alaska Native Tribal Health
                               Development                           Consortium
                               Igiugig, Alaska Department of         Emmonak
                               Transportation                        Portage Creek
Environmental                  Egegik Access Road                    Nanwalek Gravel Source
Assessment                     Igiugig Road                          Fuel Tank Farm Assessments at
                               Chuathbaluk Airport                   Teller, Brevig Mission, Elim, Koyuk,
                               Naknek and Unalaska Airports (as      Golovin, Lime Village, and Nikolski
Groundwater Resource           Sand Point Groundwater                Tetlin Aquifer Assessment and
Evaluation                     Investigation                         Evaluation
                               Ekwok Groundwater Study               Portage Creek Community Well
Environmental Due              Peninsula Airways King Salmon         NorthWest Company, King Salmon
Diligence Audits and           Terminal                              and Aniak
Phase I Environmental          FAA Facilities–60 Remote Sites, AK    City of Nome Power Plant
Site Assessments               PetroCard Fueling Stations—27 in      City of Nome Small Boat Harbor
                               various sites, WA                     City of Nome

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                                 Representative Projects
Permitting                     Togiak Solid Waste Landfill and       Castle Bay Rock Quarry
                               Sanitation Projects                   Roberts Landfill, Adak
                               Dillingham Rock Quarry                Anvik Sanitation Project
                               Chignik Bay Road                      Chenega Bay Landfill (NEPA)
Construction of Buildings      Kulis Air National Guard Base Main    Lake Camp Dock, Ramp, and
and Structures                 Gate and Perimeter Fencing            Parking Lot, Katmai National Park
                               (Anti-terrorism Measures)             Eielson Air Force Base Oil-Water
                               Kulis Air National Guard Base         Separator Replacement
                               Composite Support Facility            Building 802 Classroom, Fort
                               Kulis Air National Guard Base         Richardson
                               Dining Hall                           Range 25, 2-story Shoot House,
                               Kulis Air National Guard Base         Fort Lewis, WA
                               Aircraft Maintenance and Corrosion    Yakima Training Center Shoot
                               Control Facility                      House
                               Katmai National Park Boardwalk and    Exit Glacier Visitor Center
                               Bear-viewing Platforms
Civil Projects                 Egegik Landfill Road, Phase 1         Igiugig Landfill Road Construction
                               Egegik Roads, Priority 2 and 3        Togiak Landfill and Sanitation
                               Sludge Removal and Closure of         Projects
                               Davis Lake Sewage Lagoon, Adak        Airport Ditch Permitting and
                               Anvik Sanitation                      Remediation, Adak
Demolition                     Roberts Housing Demolition, Adak      Facilities Demolition, Amchitka
                               Navy Fuel Depot Pipelines,            Cabin (52) Demolition, Adak
                               Manchester, WA                        White Alice Site Removal, 30
                               U.S. Navy Building (15) Demolition,   buildings and ancillary facilities
Web-based Database             CAMPTEX Program, Bristol Bay          Alaska Place Names Database
Development and                Region                                Bristol Bay Online
Maintenance                    Alaska Air National Guard             White Alice Site client web portal

Large-scale Mapping            BBNA Community Profiles Mapping       Anaconda Collection Map Indexing
and Indexing                                                         Project

Mineral Resource               Snake Lake Quarry, Dillingham         Mile 9.5 Pit, Dillingham
Evaluation                     NovaGold Permitting Services

Environmental and              Alaska Gold                           NovaGold Environmental Services
Regulatory Consultation
for the Mining Industry

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