How to Implement a High-Resolution Site Assessment
We at COLUMBIA Technologies believe your most successful site assessment will result from a collaborative Joint Scope of Work (JSOW). Site assessments are complex, involving a number of technical and logistic issues that if not addressed by someone on the technical team will result in unnecessary delays, costs and ultimately the wrong answer. Our 30 years of experience in the site assessment business can help you design and implement the most cost-effective high-resolution site assessment to meet your project goals. The first steps in getting started are:
Contact one of our experienced team members to review your project goals and the applicability of High-Resolution Site Characterization tools and methodology for your site.
Provide your project goals and the applicable historical information, site maps, soil descriptions, analytical results, groundwater conditions, and results of prior remedial activities using our Secure FileVault.
3 Needs Analysis and Project Planning
Our team will review your project needs with you and provide a proposed Joint Scope of Work and technical work plan.
We will visualize your current site conceptual model in SmartData Solutions® to provide for real-time updates during the site work, provide quality control of the developing project lines of evidence, and monitor the allocated project budget.
5 Site Work and Daily Data Review
Our team will host a daily web conference call to review the production results, answer technical questions, and monitor progress towards meeting the objectives of the Joint Scope of Work.
6 Final Data Review and Project Reporting
Following quality control review of the field data, we will host a final web conference call to review the team's observation and proposed final report.
Please contact us early and often with any questions or comments throughout the project planning and implementation.