Soil Management Plans (SMPs) are common practice at construction/development sites with ongoing soil and/or groundwater contamination. A SMP details soil excavation, handling, storage, transportation, and disposal procedures, if applicable; and will include a description of any engineering controls and/or air monitoring procedures necessary to ensure that workers and other receptors in the vicinity of the soil disturbance are not affected by fugitive dust or particulates. The SMP will include a Health and Safety Plan (HASP) and detail any applicable DEP or EPA regulatory requirements. IES has developed and implemented countless SMPs for projects throughout Massachusetts, before, during and after construction, including Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) sites with Activity and Use Limitations (AULs). We work with our clients to ensure that their SMPs and associated construction projects are managed in the most cost and time effective manner possible.
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Salem Five Bank
I have had the pleasure of working with the IES team extensively over the past decade. They are professional, timely, friendly and pay extraordinary attention to detail. IES is my go-to resource for any level of environmental reporting from a simple Records Search to remediating complex contaminated properties. Their knowledge of environmental regulations and law is all encompassing. They are always able answer any question or recommend a pertinent course of action. You will not be disappointed if you chose to work with IES!
Granite State Development Corp.
IES, has been a pleasure to work with over the years I’ve been in lending! They are responsive, helpful, and always willing to go above and beyond in their explanations regarding the risks they assign. What is the most important to me, as a lender, is that they are on time with their reports and fair with their work and expectations.
East Boston Savings Bank