Construction Services

The Construction Services Division provides solutions to large- and small-scale problems associated with contaminated soil, soil and sediment stockpiles, contaminant source removal, permitting, excavation, load out, transportation, and disposal of soil and construction debris.  PARS employs heavy equipment operators and experienced construction professionals to allow self-performance of most projects throughout our service area. PARS has completed projects in several states across the U.S. including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Utah, and Montana, making us familiar with a wide range of State, as well as Federal, regulatory requirements.

Some of the services provided by the Construction Services Division include:

  • Underground Storage Tank Removals
  • Oil/Water Separator System Operation and Maintenance
  • Wastewater and Groundwater Treatment System Installation
  • Site Remediation
  • Field Services
  • Excavation, Transportation & Disposal of Hazardous and Non-hazardous Materials
  • Sheeting and Shoring
  • Storm Debris Removals
  • Beach Restorations
  • Wetlands Restorations
  • Soil Stabilization and Erosion Control

Project Experience

PARS performed a bank / soil stabilization at the Belton Local Training Area in Belton, MO, on behlaf of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville. Work included re-aligning / re-sloping / repairing drainage ditch; excavation; installation of weed barrier and riprap to project repaired portions of ditch; brush and debris removal; and planting and seeding among other tasks.

PARS performed debris removal and hazard remediation after Hurricane Sandy at Ft. Tilden Beach and Floyd Bennett Field, NY, on behalf of the National Park Service. Work performed for the client included removal of concrete pavement road, grading of beach sand, removal of steel tiebacks, concrete anchors and beach debris.

PARS performed contaminated soil removal, groundwater sampling, vapor intrusion study and site assessment report at the Forest Glen Annex, MD, on behalf of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore. The large soil and groundwater remedition was performed to obtain site closure. PARS characterized, excavated, transported and disposed of petroleum-impacted soil as part of this project.