Awarded Contracts

Industrial Hygiene Services, GSA National Capital Region (NCR), Washington, DC
TTL is currently providing IH Services to the Safety, Environment and Fire Protection Branch of the General Service Administration (GSA) National Capital Region (NCR) Public Building Service (PBS) in the nation’s capital as the managing member of a joint venture (TTL-Arc Environmental JV, LLC) under contract to perform comprehensive IH services including indoor air quality, asbestos, lead and mold identification/testing, in all of the GSA-owned properties in Washington, D.C.

IDIQ Geotechnical Engineering Services, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Chicago and Detroit Districts
TTL is the prime contractor under this contract and is providing project management, field drilling services, the majority of the laboratory testing on concrete and soils, and geotechnical engineering.  TTL’s team also includes Terracon Consultants, Inc. and Hanson Professional Services, Inc.

Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Midwest Environmental Multiple Award Contract (EMAC)
TTL is one of five awardees to provide environmental consulting services to the U.S. Navy for NAVFAC Midwest’s lastest EMAC program.  Recent projects have included Operations and Maintenance (O&M) on a 1,000-gpm Groundwater Treatment Facility (GWTF) at the Naval Industrial Reserve Ordnance Plant (NIROP) in Fridley, Minnesota, and a mold remediation project at Naval Support Activity (NSA) Crane, Indiana.

Decontamination & Disposal Technician (D&D Tech) Support, NASA Plum Brook Station
TTL was solely contracted for the final phase by SAIC to provide D&D Tech Support on behalf of the NASA Glenn Research Center at the Plum Brook Reactor Facility.  TTL’s SOW included self-performing building and land area surface preparation, decontamination and cleaning of both building and equipment surfaces, segregation of concrete and debris from soil within a Radioactive Material Area (RMA), and radiological decontamination of site areas exceeding the specified Remediation Action Level (RAL).

Quality Control Management and Testing, Runway Reconstruction Project, Dover Air Force Base, Dover, Delaware
TTL performed the Contractor Quality Control Management, Inspection and Testing for this 15-month runway reconstruction project.  Runway 14/32, approximately 2.6 miles long, was removed in its entirety. This full-depth replacement included three associated taxiways.  Full-depth reconstruction included both concrete and asphalt concrete pavement sections.

Soil Boring and Temporary Well Installation, and Monitoring Well Abandonment, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (SBDU), North Manitou Island, Michigan
TTL installed soil borings, installed temporary wells and abandoned existing monitoring wells using direct-push technology and hollow stem augering methods at the SBDU North Manitou Island site.  The work was completed utilizing all-terrain rigs, Geoprobe®, and a two-person drilling crew for each to complete the boring operations as requested.  Access to the remote area was by barge and all supplies, lodging, meals, and fuel had to be mobilized in one barge mobilization due to the remoteness of the area.

Expansion of Groundwater Pump and Treat System, Former Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Michigan
TTL has over eight years of experience working at Wurtsmith AFB including four Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) cost reimbursable Task Orders (TOs) in the last five years in support of the final remedy for landfills 30/31 to prevent the migration of landfill leachate.  TTL completed all TOs ahead of schedule, under budget, and to the satisfaction of project stakeholders.

Environmental Consulting Services (NEPA Renewable Energy Environmental Assessments) Blanket Purchase Agreement, VA National Energy Business Center (NEBC)
TTL has performed 14 NEPA Environmental Assessments for the VA NEBC at sites in California, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Virginia for renewable energy projects including wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass.

 Asbestos Abatement, Hazardous Material Removal & Radiological Decontamination, NASA Plum Brook Station
This T&M project involved the removal of asbestos containing materials and demolition of multiple structures associated with the Reactor Facility.  TTL/TolTest personnel removed in excess of 5,000LF of thermal insulation, over 5,000SF of boiler, and 1,000SF of tank insulation as well as the removal and packaging of PCB containing waste, lead containing materials, and radiological decontamination.

Environmental Remediation Services, Monroe Bank and Trust, Monroe, Michigan
During the site redevelopment for a commercial bank, petroleum chlorinated compound contaminated soil was detected in excess of soil saturation concentrations and State of Michigan criteria.  TTL was contracted to characterize the nature and extent of the releases.  The results of the site investigation were used to prepare a Remedial Investigation Report and an Interim Response Plan (RIR/IRP).

Preliminary Phase II Site Assessment, Swan Creek Revitalization Area, Toledo, Ohio
Under a contract with the City of Toledo, TTL conducted a subsurface investigation of an area within the Swan Creek Watershed targeted for economic redevelopment called the Swan Creek Revitalization Area (SCRA).  The investigation included an evaluation of soil, groundwater and sediment in and along the SCRA for impact from its historical industrial use, as well as the advancement of 32 soil borings, collection of 17 bank samples, collection of 28 sediment samples from Swan Creek, and installation of 8 monitoring wells.

EPA Brownfield Grant Management & Implementation, Various Sites, Southeast Michigan       
The Downriver Area Brownfield Consortium is an effort of six communities in the downriver area of Wayne County to develop, test, and implement a program to redevelop ‘brownfield’ properties. The program was first developed as part of a successful 1996 application for funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Brownfield Pilot grant competition. Its core model has four elements: site identification, site assessment, due care planning, and site marketing.

Geotechnical Engineering and Environmental Services, Toledo Waterways Initiative
TTL completed numerous geotechnical subsurface investigations for multiple projects including installation of sewers using open-cut, bore-and-jack, and pilot tube micro-tunneling methods, installation of major underground CSO storage basins and pump stations, as well as design and construction of associated roadway pavements. The geotechnical services included geological studies in the Maumee River, Swan Creek, and Ottawa River watersheds, including outfall structures, floodplain construction, and riverfront dewatering issues. Various components of the project also included Phase I Environmental Site Assessments as well as Phase II ESAs.

Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) Test Drilling, VA Medical Centers, Chillicothe and Columbus, Ohio
TTL provided project management, observation-well drilling, pumping test performance and geotechnical testing services, and was responsible for data analyses, geochemical sampling and field hydraulic testing services, and for the construct of two aquifer test wells at each VA Medical Center.

Blanchard River Flood Mitigation, Findlay, Ohio
TTL performed geotechnical drilling and laboratory testing services as a consultant to URS Corporation.  TTL’s scope consisted of approximately 1,440 linear feet of geotechnical drilling, SPT and Shelby Tube sampling and rock coring, sealing of the borings, and laboratory testing on approximately 575 SPT or Shelby Tube samples.