Former Stapleton International Airport – URS/City and County of Denver (DIA), Colorado
One of the largest asbestos-in-soil projects in the United States
The former Stapleton Airport is currently one of the largest asbestos-in-soil projects in the United States. Staff members have managed and worked on the environmental components of the redevelopment of the former airport since 1999. They have performed building surveys and inspections, and have written the project design for asbestos abatement and demolition of over 50 buildings at the former Stapleton International Airport. Staff technicians have also handled the project management, project oversight, air monitoring, and final inspections for all asbestos abatement and demolition projects. As project managers, staff coordinated multi-contractor abatement activities and worked with industrial hygienists to ensure regulatory compliance and proper work practices.
The Senior Project Manager for the former Stapleton International Airport project is now President of AVENV. He prepared cost estimates, tracked percentage of completion, held weekly progress meetings, and interfaced with architects and engineers. He also designed and employed an innovative approach for the problems experienced with the Hanger 10 demolition. These ground-breaking testing procedures was monitored and approved by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The Senior Project Manager also developed a new Screening Plan to address asbestos in soil on the site. This plan was implemented during the Voluntary Clean-Up Plan (VCUP) implementation, in order to remove asbestos from soil so that redevelopment of the site could commence.
13373 N. Harback Road,
Bennett, CO 80102
Office (303) 655-0662
Cell (303) 901-9835
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King Soopers/City Markets, Colorado, Utah and Wyoming
Staff members have managed and performed asbestos inspections for King Soopers and City Market stores located throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. They have provided quality asbestos abatement oversight during store re-model phases, as well as full inspections and reports for each grocery store project.
Demolition Project Management – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Staff supported the City of Cedar Rapids to help manage the devastation that followed the Great Flood of 2008 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The actual Project Manager for Flood Related Demolition Management Services for this work is now AVENV’s owner and President. He led a team of field experts to oversee the assessment, remediation and demolition of flood- damaged structures throughout the City.
Former Pueblo Ice House – Pueblo, Colorado
January 2009 to August 2010
The former Ice House property was identified by the CDPHE to be a major asbestos spill under Colorado Regulation #8 Part B. Staff members performed oversight of the abatement and designed plans for on-site solid waste disposal of the spill. The scope of work included drafting an application for certificate of designation (CD), creating engineering designs, training, record-keeping, and constructing a closure plan related to the asbestos disposal site.
The State Capital and Governor’ s Mansion – Denver, Colorado
Through these projects, staff members were tasked with performing numerous asbestos inspections, prior to the installation of energy retrofits. These inspections ensured that contractors were in compliance with all State and Federal Regulations and helped to ascertain the safety of the Governor and his famil This task was further complicated by the historical nature of the building, which prevented excessive, destructive sampling and required staff to abide by all historic preservation regulations.
City of Kansas City – Kansas City, Missouri
Staff members undertook multiple projects throughoutKansas City during its redevelopment phases.