North Wind Wins Private, Government Cleanup Jobs
New contracts awarded for work in Seattle, Puerto Rico
North Wind Group won a $1.6 million contract with the U.S. Coast Guard to provide lead paint removal services at Seattle’s Pier 36 facility. It also won an $800,000 contract to do supplementary work with Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. following the closure and demolition of a chemical plant in Puerto Rico.
“North Wind’s outstanding track record and qualified professionals make it a top choice for private companies and government agencies that need engineering, construction and environmental remediation expertise,” said Greg Razo, CIRI vice president of government contracting.
North Wind has provided Chevron Phillips with a broad range of services in support of the demolition and complete closure of its refinery in Guayama, Puerto Rico. The facility is a 211-acre site formerly used for producing gasoline and specialty chemicals. North Wind’s services will include closing hazardous waste management units and storm water management ponds, designing a water treatment unit and implementing a long-term storm water management approach, all the while ensuring compliance with environmental regulations.
North Wind is a wholly owned CIRI subsidiary and a certified Minority Business Enterprise. It provides a wide range of environmental cleanup and restoration, waste management, engineering, project management and construction services for government and large industrial and resource development sites nationwide and internationally. North Wind also offers natural and cultural resource consulting, geographic information services, information technology and related services. Learn more about North Wind by visiting www.northwindgrp.com.
From the CIRI Corporate Newsletter, The Raven’s Circle.