Onondaga Lake has undergone a massive remediation effort, involving the removal of 2.2 million cubic yards of contaminated sediment. The contaminated mud was dewatered in geotextile tubes, over a three year period, from 2012 - 2014. IAI was responsible for operations and maintenance management of the sediment dewatering system, including screening, … [Read more...]
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Infrastructure Alternatives, Inc. (IAI), a leading contractor in the environmental remediation market, is pleased to announce that Michelle Rioux has joined our team as Business Development Manager. She brings a strong technical background in waste minimization, disposal, recycling, and environmental regulations to new business development and client … [Read more...]
IAI recently participated in the 2017 WEDA Dredging Summit & Expo, held in Vancouver, British Columbia, June 26 - 29. The Expo provided a great opportunity for our team to reconnect with friends and colleagues in the dredging industry, exchange ideas and learn about exciting innovations in the field. Mile Point Presentation and Technical … [Read more...]
Next week, IAI Project Manager, Kirk Foley, will be presenting a technical paper on IAI's work on the Mile Point Training Wall project, at the WEDA Dredging Summit & Expo '17. The paper was co-authored by Kirk and IAI Technical Director, Aaron Wright, and describes the challenges of installing a geotextile tube wall in the fast-moving, … [Read more...]
In 2015, the Lower Pond CCR Dredging Project was performed at a power generation station in Lansing, IA. IAI was selected to provide dredging and bypass pumping operations services for the project. IAI utilized our 8-in. diameter auger dredge to remove about 2,000 cubic yards of coal combustion residuals (CCR, or coal ash) from the Lower Pond, to prepare … [Read more...]