When your project requires soil removal solutions, Grand Slam Construction is here to help. As a highly experienced company in environmental remediation, we hire professionally educated workers who bring a strong commitment to improving the worksite environment for a wide range of clients in Illinois and surrounding areas. These include gas stations, city and municipality sites, real estate developers and sites requiring extensive cleanup. We integrate environmentally sound practices to our soil removal solutions, ensuring that the contamination problem is corrected instead of being spread farther.
Soil Removal Solutions
Our focus is on the recovery and disposal of contaminated materials. When soil has been contaminated, we concentrate on soil remediation to take care of what's on site; soil removal for soil that is too heavily contaminated for remediation; and safe soil disposal to ensure the contaminated soil is not released back into the environment. We've worked with the EPA's Superfund program, which has given us strong experience in cleaning up some of our country's most contaminated soils — where we completed approved practices to remove the contaminated soil and used licensed facilities for soil disposal.
Highly Skilled and Experienced Workers
With over 15 years of experience in soil removal services, and a staff of senior project managers with over 25 years of experience each, we've developed protocols and processes that help ensure the contaminated soil we handle is safely removed and disposed of to prevent further contamination off site. We take safety very seriously, with our supervisors having extensive training in OSHA requirements, confined spaces training certification, and many other areas of concern to soil removal and disposal services. Our workers are highly trained professionals, with certifications as an IDOT certified contractor, 40-hour HAZWOPER, Illinois-certified UST Removal/Decommission Contractor, and have access to trucks that are licensed special waste haulers. Our teams include a site supervisor, EPA-approved contractor and are OSFM registered. We're also bonded and licensed, carrying a $2 million pollution liability policy.
Our Service Areas
We've provided soil removal services for several hundred projects throughout the State of Illinois, including but not limited to: Chicago and the six collar counties, central and southern Illinois and the Midwest. We've handled soil remediation and construction soil removal services that have been contaminated with chemicals, petroleum products and radioactive material. Our workers have dedicated years of service to improving site soil quality through removal of contaminated soils. They use their experience in excavation and site development to help get your site exactly where it needs to be for continuing construction. We've used a number of soil disposal facilities to dispose of soils contaminated with hazardous and nonhazardous materials. We stay in contact with our disposal and recycling partners to ensure their capabilities and requirements are met for each project, ensuring that the process goes smoothly and efficiently from start to finish.
Why Grand Slam Construction?
With civil construction and excavation experience, our workers know how to remove contaminated soils while limiting the spread of contamination to other areas of the site or off-site locations. Our close ties with government regulatory agencies ensure that the paperwork will go just as smoothly without any delays or requirements for additional work to be done after you had thought the project was complete. We believe in providing you with quality soil removal services at a reasonable price without hassle. Our experience ensures that you won't have to worry about certifications, material handling, paperwork or employee risk — you can simply leave it in our capable hands.
If you have contaminated soils that must be dealt with, either by government or project requirement, Grand Slam Construction is here to help. Please feel free to contact us today with any questions, to request a quote, or to learn more about what we can do for your soil remediation needs. Our job is making sure your job can move forward smoothly.