The Fourth River Company (FRC)

The Fourth River Company (FRC)

The Fourth River Company (FRC) is an engineering and construction firm specializing in environmental protection and environmental restoration. FRC helps businesses protect the environment because that is least expensive in the long term. Where accidents or historical conditions have impacted the environment, FRC helps businesses balance technical, financial, and regulatory issues to abate risks arising from the contamination.

Company details

1550 Obey Avenue , Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania 15205 USA
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Business Type:
Engineering service provider
Industry Type:
Environmental
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)
Year Founded:
1997

Experienced
Each of the founders of FRC has over twenty years of experience spanning nearly every aspect of the environmental industry. This broad context informs our services as we focus on the following principal areas of practice: design, installation, and removal of chemical and petroleum storage facilities; site assessments for property development and remedial investigations for chemical and petroleum releases; and soil and groundwater remediation and water treatment for brownfield redevelopment and construction projects. Also, because of our broad experience, we are able to handle unique projects.

A Philosophy of Service
FRC tries to understand our customers' businesses as well as possible so we can arrange our work to best fit into their business goals. FRC always strives to equally satisfy the technical, financial, and regulatory aspects of a project. FRC will do a little more or go the extra mile to satisfy not only the project requirements, but also our own standards of quality.

What is the Fourth River?
In Pittsburgh mythology, many people will swear there is an underground river below the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers. This underground river is said to be the source of water for the fountain at Point State Park. Of course, it's really a sand and gravel aquifer, deposited as outwash at the end of the last glaciation. FRC does a lot of work with ground water and we are proud to be from Pittsburgh, so we named our company after this mythical river and adopted the fountain as our logo.