Under the program, WESTON will provide site investigation, sub-surface geophysical verification of underground storage tanks and system components, tank removal, sampling and analytical services, regulatory consulting and negotiation; soil excavation, classification of wastes, waste transportation, disposal/treatment; tank cleaning, fueling system design and installation; and support for the creation of national storage tank database management and quality assurance system.
As a long standing premier remediation, response, redevelopment and construction contractor, WESTON is also a recognized underground storage tank and fueling system leader with the Department of Defense (DoD) petroleum logistics’ community, and has successfully executed over 250 projects worldwide since 1997. WESTON’s FEMA Tank Team includes subject matter experts in the areas of environmental management and hazardous materials remediation, as well as fueling system operations/maintenance, repair, engineering, design, and construction. All told, the WESTON FEMA Tank Team expertise represents over 250 years of hands-on experience assisting clients with these issues.
According to WESTON President and CEO Patrick G. McCann, “This contract provides a great opportunity for WESTON to expand its existing support to FEMA and DHS by bringing the remediation and tank management expertise it has successfully provided to many other federal agencies over the years. Helping our clients address sensitive, emerging and complex challenges is what we do best.”
WESTON delivers integrated, sustainable solutions for environmental restoration, property redevelopment, design/build construction, green buildings, and clean energy. Dedicated to making a difference in the world, the company’s 1,800 people reach out from 60 offices around the globe to build strong stakeholder relationships and provide solutions that work. WESTON has been responding to our clients’ toughest problems for more than 50 years.