Environmental Services

Oasis Consulting Services is home to highly-qualified, knowledgeable experts within the environmental engineering industry who possess more than 100 years of collective experience.  Our environmental professionals have performed work on a wide variety of projects, ranging from commercial, retail, and industrial clients in the private sector to city and county clients in the public sector.

In regards to investigation and remediation experience, we have performed work on facilities with releases of heavy metals, volatile organic compounds (VOCs/SVOCs), pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and petroleum hydrocarbons.  Our remediation experience also includes design and implementation of various active remediation techniques including soil vapor extraction (SVE), air sparging, multi-phase extraction (MPE), total fluids recovery, and in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO).  Oasis’ breadth of experience and significant expertise forms the backbone of our ability to solve complex problems and navigate complicated regulatory issues.  The strength of our team, combined with our flexibility to accommodate any situation, has resulted in exceptional responsiveness to our clients’ needs.

Services

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  • Brownfields Consulting Services
  • Vapor Intrusion Evaluations
  • Regulatory Compliance Services (SWPPP/SPCC)
  • Soil & Groundwater Investigation Services
  • Remediation Design and Implementation
  • Underground Storage Tank Services
  • Corrective Action Plan Development
  • Solid Waste Groundwater and Surface Water Monitoring
  • Due Diligence Phase I/Phase II Investigations
  • Asbestos Sampling and Testing Services
  • Lead-Based Paint Sampling and Testing Services
  • Wetland Delineation and Permitting

Distinguished Clients

Notable Projects

Forest Park/Fort Gillem Local Redevelopment Authority
Ft. Gillem, Georgia

Brownfields, Remediation

Fort Gillem, Georgia has been in the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program since 2005 and is currently undergoing transfer from the Army to the Forest Park/Fort Gillem Implementation Local Redevelopment Authority. Michael Monteleone, Vice President of Strategic Business Development, has provided ongoing services including technical reviews of environmental strategies, technical investigations, and the review of engineering documents in order to facilitate this transfer. He also provided the Implementation Local Redevelopment Authority (ILRA) Board and staff with expertise in reviewing and evaluating the environmental condition of the surplus property, the planned and proposed remediation efforts in support of the redevelopment plan, and the remediation cost evaluation. Adam Hayes, P.E., Director of Strategic Business Development, more recently assisted with the development of a complex Brownfield corrective action plan designed to address the requirements of all of the project parties, including the Army, GEPD, U.S. EPA, and interested prospective purchasers.

Rayloc, Genuine Parts Company

Soil Investigation & Remediation, Groundwater Investigation & Remediation

Rayloc, a division of Genuine Parts Company, operated an auto parts re-manufacturing facility in Atlanta, Georgia from the early 1960’s to 1997.  From the early 1960’s until the mid-1970s, an unlined waste disposal pit was utilized on the property to dispose of waste materials generated in the Rayloc plant.  Contaminants at the site consisted of 18 volatile organic compounds that include, among others, PCE, TCE, and acetone.  The waste produced at the site during that time period came from vapor degreasing, cleaning, and surface coating operations.

After soil and groundwater samples were collected at the site, a total of 18 groundwater monitoring wells and 5 deep double-cased wells were installed for vertical and horizontal delineation.  To completely analyze the level of impact from the site source and the neighboring area’s geology and lithology, Oasis initiated a six-month investigation into the off-site migration of contaminants by collecting soil and groundwater samples and installing new monitoring wells in a project that included accessing up to 12 neighboring properties.