||Envirocon is proud to be a member of the National Demolition Association. Mr. Bud Stevens, Envirocon Demolition Manager, actively serves on the Board of Directors.
Envirocon's 11 offices are strategically located to serve our clients. Our personnel are knowledgeable of the regulatory nuances in their regions. The proximity of our personnel and equipment resources to project locations enhances cost effective performance. Envirocon's corporate office is located in Missoula, Montana.
101 International Drive
Missoula, MT 59808
Portland, Oregon (503) 285-6164
Denver, Colorado (303) 215-0187
Sacramento, California (916) 787-4044
Los Angeles, California (979) 412-2191
Valparaiso, Indiana (219) 548-0042
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (724) 325-1629
Omaha, Nebraska (402) 451-7171
Houston, Texas (713) 465-8160
Calgary, Alberta (888) 542-0227
Vancouver, British Columbia (888) 542-0227
New Director of Government Services
Envirocon is pleased to announce that Sherry Gibson has joined our staff as the new Director of Government Services. Ms. Gibson has 25 years of experience in the management and technical execution of multi-million dollar programs. She is experienced in all phases of complex program management for environmental remediation, water resources, civil works, energy, and homeland security projects and has extensive experience with CERCLA, RCRA, TSCA, NEPA, CWA, and other Federal/State regulatory programs.
Asset Recovery from Facility Demolition
Demolition of idle facilities can pay for themselves through recoverable assets. The significant value contained within heavy industrial facilities due to steel, copper, aluminum, and exotic metals content allow clients the opportunity to demolish these shuttered liabilities and turn them into positive capital. But there are many more reasons to demolish a facility. Demolition of an idle facility offers the benefits of decreased liabilities, reduced maintenance costs, minimized tax burdens, improved balance sheet, to name a few, all without capital outlays.
In-situ-Capping of Subaqueous Contaminated Sediments
In-Situ Capping (ISC) is a potentially economical and effective approach for remediation of contaminated sediment. ISC is a non-removal remediation technique which includes the placement of a subaqueous covering or cap of clean isolating material over an in-situ deposit of contaminated sediment.