SET was tasked with the remediation and demolition of numerous structures within the TA-18 Complex. The work encompassed Universal Waste removal, asbestos abatement, and most notably, the clean up of legacy radioactive contamination. A 1200 ft² containment was constructed and portions of the slab were removed in order to fully decontaminate the building prior to demolition.
As part of a multi-phase demolition project. SET provided safety oversight on the 2 phases of the demolition project. The project required sizable lead abatement from portions of the tunnel which were torch cut for downsizing and removal. Additionally, a large hydro crane was used to remove portions of the tunnel's air intake/exhaust building to allow for downsizing as well as the completion of asbestos abatement from the roof of the structure. The project was awarded by NASA personnel for its excellence in safety performance.
SET constructed and installed over 1 mile of HDPE Pipe including valves, man holes, gauges. The pipeline ran down a single lane road within Mortandad Canyon in Los Alamos. SET was able to complete the project on time while keeping the road open.
The 306 Complex was a High Explosives (HE) Lab location in Los Alamos N.M. SET was responsible for the remediation of legacy HE contamination as well as large quantities of asbestos prior to the successful demolition of the complex.
In support of a new pedestrian bridge, SET was task with the demolition and removal of the existing West Entrance pedestrian bridge. The project was located in a congested area of the facility and was completed successfully with no impact to resident personnel.