What Our Clients Say
It was a pleasure to work with Tri-Con in conducting an FDEP funded LDA source removal excavation recently in central Florida.
It was a pleasure to work with Tri-Con in conducting an FDEP funded LDA source removal excavation recently in central Florida. Tri-Con utilized an impressive array of specialized equipment, all of which was well maintained and in excellent operating condition. Their field personnel worked flawlessly as a group, were experienced in all phases of the work scope, were mindful of site safety, were respectful of the site property on which the project was completed, and were easy to work with. This project was completed on time and within budget. We hope to work similar projects together in the future.
MDM Services, Inc.
TriCon's DPT drilling group has consistently provided us quality service.
TriCon's DPT drilling group has consistently provided us quality service. Their professionalism and willingness to go the extra mile to meet project goals are what has impressed me.
Energy and Environment LLC.
Tri-Con provides options and includes us in the decision making process
Johnson & Johnson unfortunately has had to deal with numerous contamination issues. We have had tanker rollovers, leaking product lines, leaking tanks and leaking dispensers. We have even inherited other people's contamination through property acquisitions. We have used numerous environmental contractors addressing these issues. We have always felt that we were a victim in the process until Tri-Con began our work. Tri-Con provides options and includes us in the decision making process so a solution that is good for all parties is reached.
We will never use another contractor as long as Tri-Con is an option. We actually feel like a customer instead of a victim.
Johnson & Johnson, Inc.
Impressive and Efficient
I used Tri-Con on an LDA project in Tallahassee, FL in May 2010. The Tri-Con team was professional and competent, and their equipment was impressive and efficient. It was a good experience and the job went well.
All project activities were completed in a timely, safe manner
A total of approximately 575 cubic yards of hazardous lead and PCB-impacted soil was removed from the site and disposed in an approved hazardous waste landfill. A total of 3040 cubic yards of non-hazardous lead-contaminated soil were disposed. All project activities were completed in a timely, safe manner.
City of Albany Engineering Department and Central Services