A few examples of projects Scott Environmental has been involved with:

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Wilshire Grand Tower

     Scott Environmental worked with Turner Construction and Korean Air to revitalize Los Angeles’ skyline by erecting one of the most sophisticated and tallest structures west of the Mississippi, the Wilshire Grand Tower. Scott Environmental provided consulting services as the QSP (Qualified SWPPP Practitioner) and provided storm water pollution prevention solutions for the construction of the $1 billion project, which included the world record-shattering longest continuous concrete pour.

 

Kaiser Permanente San Diego Central Hospital to be completed in 2017

          Kaiser Permanente San Diego Central Hospital

     Hensel Phelps Construction partnered with Kaiser Permanente, have contracted Scott Environmental to be the QSP (Qualified SWPPP Practitioner) during the construction of a new seven-story hospital to serve health care needs of the rapidly growing San Diego region. This project is a pioneer in the San Diego region in the use of an Active Treatment System and sediment basin to treat storm water.

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Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Scattergood Olympic Transmission Cable Project

     The Scattergood Olympic Line Transmission Project is a twelve-mile long construction project for the installation of an underground transmission line to improve power reliability by increasing the electrical capacity of the existing 40-year-old system in the coastal communities and West Los Angeles. Construction is currently occurring at different locations beginning in west Los Angeles and ending in Playa Del Rey. Scott Environmental is providing QSP and consulting services and inspecting and data submitting on a weekly basis.

 

One of hundred of rows of solar panels under construction

FCP Solar PV San Joaquin Solar Project

     Wellhead Renewable Energy, LLC is constructing a solar farm facility called FCP Solar PV Project on approximately 37 acres of land located in San Joaquin, California. The solar farm facility will produce 20 MW, enough to power more than 3,000 homes in San Joaquin. Scott Environmental is providing BMP inspections, sampling and monitoring, and storm water management consulting during the construction of the solar farm facility.

 

Fort Irwin Water Treatment Facility channels under construction

Fort Irwin Water Treatment and Distribution System

     The developer, CDM Smith, and the U.S. Corps of Engineers chose Scott Environmental to provide both QSP and QSD (Qualified SWPPP Developer) services for the construction of Fort Irwin’s first water treatment facility and the distribution system required for the fort.