Alvia Services, Inc. (Alvia)
provides Engineering, Construction
and related Forensic services
: Comprehensive understanding of federal, state and municipal regulations. Develop timely and effective land-use, permitting, mitigation, and compliance strategies.
: All phases of construction, from feasibility and foundation studies through testing and construction management. Coordinate lab testing services with expert laboratories, certified by NIST and CCRL. Geotechnical studies and recommendations for site work, difficult excavation, slope instability, saturated ground conditions, and other adverse conditions.
: Compliance services to Public and private clients. Over 45+ collective years of experience between Engineering Geologists, Environmental Engineers, Environmental Assessors (REA I & REA II), and Environmental Technicians.
: Value engineering solutions and multi-discipline team approach.
: Project Management, Construction oversight, Cost Estimating, Scheduling and Claim Analysis and Preparation.
Residential and commercial site investigation of cause and origin of structural or mechanical failures or defects, fires and explosions, or mold. Environmental assessments. Damage assessment from defects, failures, or catastrophes such as windstorm damage, hail damage, hurricanes, floods, and earthquakes.
Types of Projects include
: Buildings and civil construction, bridges, roads, hotels, storm and sanitary sewers, wastewater treatment plants, water treatment plants, single and multi-family housing, tunnels, mass transit, shoring, retaining walls, landslide stabilization, foundation upgrade, canals, levees, water conveyance and pipelines, shopping malls, governmental facilities, seismic retrofit, environmental restoration projects associated with wetlands, underground storage tanks (UST) and chemical contamination to soil and groundwater (RCRA and Superfund) in addition to asbestos abatement (TSCA).
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This case involved environmental construction work done at an oil refinery under the direction of the refinery's technical staff by an outside design-build contractor involving a ground water extraction system (GWES) without free-product recovery.