Staff ExpertiseIt is all about the people
AVENV believes that experience is irrelevant unless it coincides with a high level of quality in performance. One indicator of successful performance is repeat business. AVENV staff has a track record of providing clients with continual service over many years. This indicator spans many contract vehicles across the US, most of which were competitively bid with past performance as a primary selection criterion.
AVENV has the capability to provide technical support and project management for both small and large-scale environmental project(s). In the past, staff members have managed such projects as the Former Stapleton International Airport Redevelopment Project, as well as King Soopers Grocery Stores and City Markets (Kroger). These projects included such services as project management, demolition oversight, industrial hygiene inspections, asbestos abatement oversight, and air monitoring. Staff members have also conducted asbestos inspections for the Colorado State Capital and the Governor’s Mansion through Chevron Energy Solutions, and completed work for the City and County of Pueblo at the former Pueblo Ice House in Pueblo, CO.
Staff was also instrumental in the management of the FEMA and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) programs for the City of Cedar Rapids. Through these projects, staff members oversaw the assessment, remediation and demolition of flood-damaged structures. They ensured that all federal, state and municipal requirements were adhered to (for both field and documentation work), and helped to administer FEMA regulations on behalf of the City. Staff members managed the assessment, remediation and demolition of approximately 1,150 severely flood-affected residential structures and 100 commercial structures. Staff provided demolition oversight and project management services, as well as environmental consulting, project design and industrial hygiene services to the City of Cedar Rapids. Staff was also involved with the Paramount Theatre project in Cedar Rapids. They provided testing, inspection, surveying and environmental protocol writing for the pre-renovation, the renovation and the closeout processes.
In Kansas City, Missouri, staff members completed environmental consulting, industrial hygiene and project management services for the City of Kansas City. They participated in p rojects related to the seven blocks of the Power and Light Entertainment District, as well as the four blocks of the Sprint Center Arena. Staff members were also involved with the abatement oversight of the former BMA Tower (One Park Place). Staff members also provided disaster recovery services to the Gulf Coast States after the terrible devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
13373 N. Harback Road,
Bennett, CO 80102
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