NGE performed exploratory drilling on behalf of a coal reserves company in West Virginia. The primary object of this project was to determine the quantities and quality of coal seams. To complete this project, NGE began by using its own in-house equipment to excavate...
NGE works with several international companies that have multiple U.S. facilities that manage their environmental reporting separately, without interaction between facilities. Most of the facilities are of comparable size with similar production processes. NGE began...
Environmental professionals at NGE provided RMP/PSM support services for a Program Level 3 ammonia refrigeration facility in West Virginia.
NGE currently provides Concrete Production Manager and Concrete Quality Control Technicians for the Charleroi Locks and Dam USACE Project in Monessen, Pennsylvania. NGE has been performing on this contract for over 10 years.
NGE performed the subsurface investigation and geotechnical engineering for two replacement bridges carrying I-81 over US 11 in Berkeley County, West Virginia.
NGE developed the PSM Manual for the covered process at their client’s manufacturing facility. NGE also conducted the process hazard analysis (PHA) for the pentane operation with appropriate facility personnel (i.e., facility management, operators, and maintenance personnel).
In order to design the new Westbridge Business and Retail Park, near Morgantown, West Virginia, the developer had to put the site through a detailed evaluation. Since the site of the park was being proposed on an abandoned strip mine, and an underground coal mine, they wanted to be thorough in their investigation before breaking ground.
NGE was retained by the prime consultant, Civil and Environmental Consultants (CEC), to complete geotechnical gas well infrastructure investigations at the six proposed well pads, three centralized impoundments, and a horizontal directional drilling location for a pipeline roadway crossing.
NGE assisted an aluminum manufacturing client with developing and implementing an audit program of the commercial facilities that treat, store, dispose of, recycle and transport their waste.
The State of West Virginia, Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Abandoned Mine Lands and Reclamation, issued open-ended Purchase Orders (DEP14999 & 15000) for geotechnical and subsurface investigation (drilling) services throughout West Virginia (northern and southern counties respectively). The field and laboratory services performed under these contracts culminated in the development of investigation reports to support the DEP’s AML program.