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Ambient Environmental, Inc. can service any environemntal or geotechnical need you may have in the development of your propoerty.   

PROJECTS

SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION, SAN PEDRO, CA

 

Ambient Environmental, Inc. and a teaming partner developed a quick solution for a PCE and TCE Soil vapor problem that was remediated within a 6 month time fram.  The concentrations were reduced well below residential levels and the results were acceptable for the project to be developed for residential housing.

OCEAN VIEW SCHOOL MODERNIZATION
 

When one of the largest law firms in LA approached us to handle their rebranding, we were a little intimidated. But after meeting the team, we realized why they had chosen to go with an artsy consulting firm over the usual big four. As their Entertainment Law sector continues to grow, their branding needed to reflect this large part of their business. We took on the challenge head on and are delighted with the results!

Vernon, California
Soil Removal

 

Working with the NCM, Ambient Environmental, Inc. characterized, 1,200 cubic yards of lead impacted soil into Hazardous and Non Hazardous pile allowing the soil to be sent to various licensed facilities.  By creating a solution by seggragating the soil, Ambient saved the client over $100,000 in offiste disposal fees.

Asbestos Survey and Abatement Oversight
 

Ambient Environmental, Inc. has developed an extensive Project Oversight and Quality Assurance program for air sampling, analysis and managing asbestos abatement projects.  All procedures of abatement activities will be managed by a CAL/OSHA Certified Asbestos Consultant and/or Site Surveillance Technician(s). Field documentation will be copied and hand delivered to the Construction Management Division personnel on a daily basis.   Procedures will include daily visual inspections, on-site sample analysis via NIOSH 7400 methods, air monitoring before, during and after abatement activities.  Ambient Environmental, Inc. will enforce the contract specifications and recommend corrective actions should airborne concentrations exceed the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) of 0.1 fibers per cubic centimeter as determined by the method prescribed in Appendix A of Section Five, 29 CFR Part 1926.1101 and to ensure regulatory compliance in coordination with the Construction Management Division or designated representatives (Engineer)