It can be difficult to remediate what cannot be seen, which is why the subsurface — with its complex heterogeneities and interrelated systems — represents the greatest uncertainty for any remediation project. Burns & McDonnell has answered the environmental industry’s need for a new approach to remediating complex sites with PROGRESS — Progressive Remediation Strategies. In this video, discover how our integrated method addresses the greatest uncertainty facing any remediation project — the subsurface itself — by placing the proper emphasis on the site geologic model and building a data-driven conceptual site model that accurately quantifies the processes driving remediation performance. Applying such a strategic, comprehensive approach results in well-informed design decisions and more focused, cost-effective remedies that deliver predictable results.
Remediation Practice Leader