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Environmental Remediation Services

Clemson University completed a contract for a qualified, certified, and licensed professional services contractor to execute planned (non-emergency) and emergency environmental and remediation site work.  This work includes (but is not limited to):  UST removals, soil remediation, Chemical/biological/radiological remediation and other environmental or remediation services as requested by the University.

The contract was awarded to J.B. Russell and Son Construction Company, Inc. for work on Clemson University's main campus, or one of the satellite facilities located throughout the state with the exception of the CURI - North Charleston, South Carolina Facility (EnviroSmart was awarded the contract that covers this facility).  The contractor will have a representative on-site within one hour of receiving a call from the University to assess the situation, provide an estimate of the cost, schedule for completion and the equipment required to perform the task(s). 

In the event of an emergency, the contractor shall mobilize and have on-site the necessary equipment to begin the remediation/removal of contaminated tanks, soils, etc., within three (3) hours of receiving the call.  The contractor will have immediate access to any and all equipment that might be required for these services.

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When the need to activate the contract arises, please contact:

If the remediation work involves incidents in a research or teaching laboratory, the following should also be contacted:

Requisitions should to be entered into buyWays for these services against Contract Number 32738807 for J.B. Russell and Son Construction Company, Inc. for work on Clemson University's main campus, or one of the satellite facilities located throughout the state with the exception of the CURI - North Charleston, South Carolina Facility (EnviroSmart was awarded the contract that covers this facility). Questions related to this service contract should be sent to Shirley Alexander (salexa2@clemson.edu).

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