CEI provided design and construction management for the replacement of single-walled underground storage tanks (USTs) with double-walled tanks to comply with the State of Florida’s 2009 deadline for removing single walled underground tanks, in addition to supplemental environmental work. The design and construction management of this project consisted of the removal replacement of 13 underground storage tanks at the Mass Transit’s Copans Road facility. The project also includes the replacement of underground waste oil piping within an active, congested Bus Maintenance Facility.
CEI’s role was to design the facility; prepare plans and specifications for public bid; assist in the selection of a contractor; install a temporary fueling system; supervise the activities of the construction company; perform post occupancy evaluations; and, miscellaneous services as requested by the County using the Optional Services allocated funds. The environmental portion of this project consisted of preparing a Tank Closure Assessment Report, including sampling and reporting. Preparing a Sampling Plan and submit to Broward County EPGMD for concurrence of alternative soil screening methodology for site to account for large size of excavation; laboratory analysis, soil samples for laboratory analysis of the Used Oil parameters and soil samples for laboratory analysis of the VOAs, PAHs, and TRPH; installed temporary groundwater monitoring wells and obtained groundwater samples for laboratory analysis of either Used Oil parameters or VOAs and PAHs; and, provisions for sampling.