Remediation efforts at 49 U.S. Air Force bases was proving costly and slow with each site approached independently. Brown and Caldwell’s remediation professionals applied Remedial Process Optimization (RPO) to form a single, core team that reviewed and optimized plans for all sites, streamlining planning and permitting and achieving $30 million in cost savings.
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