Monthly Archives: April 2018

Pitch-In Week

April 26, 2018
XCG is proud to be participating in Pitch-In Week sponsored by Tim Hortons on April 26, 2018. 
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    Former Marina Lands – Soil Management as Part of Site Redevelopment as Parkland

Former Marina Lands – Soil Management as Part of Site Redevelopment as Parkland

In 2017, XCG was retained by the City of Oshawa (the City), to provide tendering support and engineering services including contract administration and construction oversight, during the implementation of risk management measures (capping and shoreline erosion control system) for the Oshawa Marina Lands and West Wharf Lands (the “Site”).
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Stockpile Characterization and Soil Management

XCG was retained by our client (developer) to assist with the characterization and management of numerous soil stockpiles identified on-site. XCG conducted characterization activities in accordance with the stockpile sampling requirements presented in Ontario Regulation 153/04, in order to satisfy requirements necessary to obtain a Record of Site Condition for the property. XCG prepared a soil management plan for the contractors to follow and for the client to have on file.
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Excess Soil Management for Commercial Redevelopment in GTA

Following a series of site assessments and targeted remediation activities for soil and groundwater impacted by petroleum hydrocarbons, XCG was requested to assist in the characterization, management, and documentation of excess soil that existed on-site. The excess soil was a result of changing elevations from the long-time former industrial facility and the poor geotechnical quality of the existing fill and upper soils. Although the new excess soil regulations were not yet established in Ontario, XCG’s client desired to follow the general requirements for assessment, management and documentation. Aside from the hydrocarbon- and metals-impacted soils that were delineated and appropriately managed at a soil processing facility, an additional 9,850 cubic metres (19,700 tonnes) of soil required removal from the site to establish the necessary grades for parking and improved stormwater run-off.
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United Way Event

April 2018
XCG's Kingston office was proud to receive the Bronze Award at the United Way Kingston, Frontenac Lennox and Addington Workplace Volunteer Awards and Appreciation Luncheon in April of 2018.
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SR (Sustained Release) ISCO Reagent Case Study

Achieving remediation site closure can be challenging, time consuming, and costly. Treatment train approaches are often a practical means to address difficult remediation sites. The optimal approach to soil and groundwater clean-up often requires the use of multiple technologies either sequentially or concurrently to achieve the most cost-effective approach throughout the entire life cycle of cleanup at a project site.
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Investigation and Remediation of Soil and Groundwater

XCG was retained by Leggett & Platt Inc. (LPI) in 2006 to provide engineering services in relation to the investigation of soil and groundwater quality and subsequent remediation of a former industrial facility, located at 66 Jutland Road, Etobicoke, Ontario. Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) activities completed by XCG between 2006 and 2007, identified the presence of elevated concentrations of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (CVOCs) within the shallow overburden soil and groundwater at the site.
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