Anchor QEA’s construction management team works on a variety of redevelopment, restoration, and remediation projects, including sediment dredging and capping, new utility and waterfront structure installation, facility demolition, marine outfalls, landfill cleanups, waterfront park creation, and habitat restoration. This range of project construction experience helps ensure constructible designs and reduces the potential for cost overruns and construction claims.
We provide construction management services at varying levels, either in conjunction with our design services or as an independent third-party construction manager on projects designed by others. We can provide focused support to clarify key design aspects or full-time construction quality assurance and management services. In addition, our construction management team coordinates closely with our planners and scientists. These teams possess the technical knowledge required to ensure that environmental obligations and permit conditions are met, and that the project remains on schedule and on budget.
Grasse River Sediment Remediation and Habitat Reconstruction
Historical industrial activities along the Grasse River in upstate New York released polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) that accumulated in more than 7 miles of the river’s sediments. These compounds can bioaccumulate up the food chain, which led to a fish advisory put in place for the Lower Grasse River due to elevated levels of PCBs in fish. Anchor QEA’ supported the successful completion of a 3-year-long remedial construction phase, which included dredging, capping, and habitat reconstruction.Learn More About This Project
Detroit River – RiverWalk Shoreline Stabilization
The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy (DRFC) has established a RiverWalk along much of the Detroit River shoreline as part of the downtown revitalization in the City of Detroit. At the planned easternmost section of the RiverWalk, located near the MacArthur Bridge connecting the City of Detroit to Belle Isle, heavy industrial use dating back over a […]Learn More About This Project
Elliott Bay Seawall Replacement and Habitat Restoration
Anchor QEA was a part of a multidisciplinary consulting team working for the Seattle Department of Transportation on the planning, design, and construction of the 7,000-foot-long Elliott Bay Seawall Project along the downtown waterfront for seismic stability improvements.Learn More About This Project
Hydroelectric Dam Removal
Anchor QEA provided an existing conditions assessment and plan for removal of a former hydroelectric dam located on a river.Learn More About This Project
West Coast Saltwater Lagoon Restoration
We assisted with dredging and capping, constructed a pier-supported floating walkway, created trails and bioswales, planted eelgrass, and posted educational signage. We also performed riverine hydraulic analysis and developed concept drawings and cost estimates for the channel, bridge structures, utilities, and a park.Learn More About This Project
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