IKON has handled hundreds of projects ranging from a couple of hundreds to millions of dollars. No project is too big or small! We have highlighted some of our various work below.
IKON completed the Remedial Action of a Former Uranium Mine that was abandoned without completing decommissioning located in Three Rivers, Live Oak County, Texas. The work was performed under the guidance of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and Weston Solutions.
IKON was contracted to perform this rehabilitation of an active sludge land treatment unit at a chemical plant manufacturing facility located in La Porte, Texas. The approximate project value was $1.1 million.
IKON completed a stabilization, cap and cover project associated with over 8 acres of low-strength, saturated petroleum waste basins in an active petrochemical plant. A series of 4 waste basins had been consolidated, the subgrade strengthened, and capped with compacted fill prior to installing a multi-layer ClosureTurf system.
IKON was contracted to remediate and restore a 40-acre parcel of property previously used as a scrap tire processing facility. We were tasked with excavating, loading, shredding, transporting and disposal of over 13,000 tons of whole, quartered, and shredded tires. The project was completed under budget and within proposed schedule limitations.
IKON was contracted to perform site remediation at a confidential client manufacturing facility located in Houston, Texas. The project entailed extensive clearing of trees and heavy brush along each side a man-made storm water drainage ditch. Once all vegetation was removed, the ditch soils were impacted primarily with heavy metals. The excavation performed was along the bottom and the two sides of this 1800 lineal feet long ditch.
IKON recently completed the expansion of a 4-acre pad site consisting of 4,000 CY of embankment, 8,200 SY of lime stabilization of subgrade and 8,200 SY of 6” paving with 5% cement stabilized crushed limestone base. The project also involved the construction of a 17’ deep concrete lined stormwater detention pond consisting of 12,000 SF of 6” thick concrete side slopes.
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