Plant Decommissioning

Closing a power generation facility, food processing plant or any industrial operating facility is a significant and complex process. In the same way each component was once tested and commissioned, it must now be decommissioned and liquidated or redistributed. It’s a big job.

We have supported the decommissioning process from the planning stages through the final demolition and site restoration. Decommissioning planning can begin as early as the construction planning phase. We have provided decommissioning planning studies and value engineering to support zoning approvals, rate development and budgeting activities.

We regularly provide decommissioning, decontamination and demolition (DDD) of natural gas, power plants and food processing plants and offer turnkey services and professional oversight during these activities. Our wealth of experience prepares us to develop the right decommissioning plan for your facility.

Each plant has specific, individual needs. We leverage our experience and best practices and apply those in distinctive ways to develop the optimal decommissioning plan for your facility. From owner’s engineer to project manager, we have conducted regulated materials surveys; subsurface investigations; developing a scope of work for asbestos abatement, demolition and remediation; producing bid documents; and leading the bid process including bid walks, addendum development and bid evaluation.