Did you know that every construction project requires environmental site works? W.F. Botkin Construction Ltd. undertakes various environmental site works such as silt fencing installation and soil stabilization for clients in Saskatchewan.
Environmental Requirements in Construction
Construction projects have an ever-increasing number of environmental preservation requirements to meet for their contracts. This generally involves things like installation of silt fencing to protect sedimentation of nearby waterways, installation of erosion control membranes and blankets to prevent washouts and slope failures, capturing fish and releasing them elsewhere, preserving bird nesting areas, and soil stabilization.
Oftentimes, land developers and contractors will learn about our environmental services of the land on their job site prior to demolition, in order to evaluate the condition of the soil. This procedure provides a better understanding of how to best handle the demolition strategy.
Soil Stabilization Services
One of the larger environmental site works we undertake is the excavation and hauling of contaminated soils. This is usually the result of hydrocarbon spills or leaks on service station sites but we also sometimes deal with chemical spills or disposal areas and organic sludge lagoon areas.
W.F. Botkin Construction Ltd. specializes in the excavation and disposal of contaminated soil, as well as site remediation. We use precise safety measures when handling, processing and transporting contaminated soil to a government treatment facility.
To learn more about the excavation of contaminated soil, call today.