Since 2008, LED has been honored to be selected as prime government contractor for the United States government. Our government projects include, THE UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE Training Center, Master General Robert A. McClure Building, the Global Integration on Engineering Project at Pope Air Force Base as well as several other contracts with various government agencies, including the Department of Labor.
As an 8(a) certified company, Lumbee Enterprise Development, Inc. is very proud of our history of government contracting. We have completed projects to include: Pope Air Force Base (Global Integration Engineering Project), MG Robert A. McClure Building USASOC Headquarters (Memorial Area), U.S. Secret Service James J. Rowley Training Center, as well as several on-going contracts with the Department of Labor.
LED’s Project team has experience performing Environmental Site Assessments and Remedial Projects an example is:
PCB Site Characterization/Remediation
Location: Fort Bragg, NC
Client: Sandhills Utility Services, LLC
Project Description: Environmental Consulting
Our team initiated development of a Sampling Work Plan and Health and Safety Plan for a multi-media sampling assessment at the PCB Spill / Release site located at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The primary goal of this work plan was to supplement data obtained during a previous sampling event to characterize potential contamination at the site and its potential to migrate offsite. The clean-up methodology and procedures herein fulfill the self-implementing requirements established in CFR §761.61. After sampling, our team submitted and received an EPA approved No Further Action (NFA) status.
Site Characterization of Firing Range
Location: Robeson County, NC
Client: Robeson County Community College
Project Description: Environmental Site Characterization
A Preliminary Site Characterization (PSC) was performed in general accordance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines for Hazardous Waste Site Characterization. As part of the PSC the soil at the firing area(s) and earthen berm (backstop) were assessed to determine if there is any lead contamination present on site above naturally occurring background levels in the subsurface. A report summarizing our findings and recommendations for remedial actions was followed and work is ongoing.
Corrective Active Management Unit (CAMU) and Solid Waste Management Unit (SWMU) Professional Services
Location: Sanford, NC
Client: General Timber, Inc.
Project Description: Environmental Site Remediation (RFI)
General Timber, Inc. conducts wood treatment operations at this location using creosote and chromated copper arsenate (CCA) wood treatment processes. The treatment cylinders, treatment building, drying kiln and offices occupy the central portion of the property. Most of the remaining property is used for cutting and shaping of untreated wood, and storage of treated and untreated lumber. GT is a small quantity generator of hazardous waste and operates two (2) drip pads (one for creosote drippage and one for CCA drippage) in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR 262.34 and the referenced requirements of 40 CFR 265 Subpart W. The facility's hazardous waste permit is necessitated because of the operation of the CAMU and therefore, items related to hazardous waste generation and operation of the drip pad units are not subject to this the permit.
Following the issuance of the initial hazardous waste permit in 1988, RCRA Corrective Action was required at the facility. To date, 27 SWMUs have been identified at the site. These included 26 SWMUs (SWMUs 1-26) which have been identified as closed, requiring no further action; a CAMU which no longer accepts waste, but continues to operate at the site; and one SWMU (SWMU 27) requiring a RCRA Facilities Investigation (RFI). Our team is currently performing these actions for the Client.