Naval Facilities Engineering Command

As the Navy's largest training center, Naval Station Great Lakes comprises service schools, support and tenant commands, where more than 25,000 military and civilian personnel live, work, and train on over 1,600 acres. EDI provided environmental services described below for various facility renovation and expansion projects.

  • Hazardous Materials Surveys: EDI performed asbestos, lead-based paint and hazardous materials surveys in various buildings to determine and quantify hazardous materials that were impacted during planned renovation.
  • Hazardous Materials Abatement Design: EDI prepared and implemented environmental remediation specifications for Asbestos/Lead Based Paint and other environmental materials, based on project demands and Navy specifications.
  • Third Party Monitoring: After completion of pre-renovation asbestos surveys, EDI's licensed project management and air sampling professionals provided third party monitoring, abatement oversight and clearance air monitoring during abatement.
  • Environmental Consulting: EDI completed an Environmental Assessment (EA) to determine the environmental impacts associated with the proposed construction of a 29,206 square foot Naval Operational Support Center (NOSC) training facility at Fort Custer in Battle Creek, MI.


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