SC&A hydrologists, engineers, geochemists, environmental
scientists, GIS and information management specialists, risk
assessment specialists, health physicists, and community
relations specialists provide the full range of remediation
- Historical site assessments
- Designing and implementing all elements of
site characterization and remediation
- Planning, scoping, and designing characterization
and remediation support
- Quality assurance/quality control in data
acquisition and analysis
- Implementing EPA- and state-approved laboratory
methods and instrumentation and interfacing with
- Testing statistical hypotheses and interpreting
- Documentation and defense
- Developing remediation management plans, manuals,
- For private clients, SC&A has provided remediation services at
industrial sites in New Jersey, Maryland, and nationwide.
- As a subcontractor to EA Engineering and Tetrahedron for the Baltimore
District – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, SC&A provided site remediation
services at the W.R. Grace site in Maryland.
- For the Office of the Public Advocate for the Republic of the Marshall
Islands, SC&A compiled and evaluated radiological data on residual
contamination from weapons testing, evaluated Marshall Islanders’
past and current radiation exposures and associated health risks, and
identified cost-effective strategies for remediating contaminated atolls
to acceptable levels.
- For a federal contractor, SC&A developed remediation and site
closure techniques for the Western New York Nuclear Service Center and West
Valley Demonstration Project.
- For the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), SC&A conducted
the 5-year review and expert panel process for the Shattuck site under the
- For EPA, SC&A developed soil-washing equipment for the treatment of
metals in contaminated soils.
- For EPA, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, U.S. Department of Energy,
and U.S. Department of Defense, SC&A provided primary technical support
in the development of the Multi-Agency Radiation Survey and Site Investigation
Manual (MARSSIM) and the Multi-Agency Radiological Laboratory Analytical
Protocols Manual (MARLAP).