Celebrate the Grand Opening of The Tracks at Brea on Saturday, May 5, 2018 at 10am.
The Brea City Council and Parks, Recreation and Human Services Commission invite the community to join them for the Grand Opening of the entire 4-mile trail. All segments of the trail will be open with the event taking place on the Segment 2 portion, located on the west side of Brea Boulevard across from the Downtown Fire Station. Attendees are encouraged to park in the Downtown parking structure.
The Tracks at Brea trail project consists of a four mile long multi-use trail and liner park that traverses the City from east to west. The trail features a two-way paved bikeway and a separate pedestrian footpath. Comprising about 50 total acres of linear open space, The Tracks also offers new community green space within an urban corridor and provides an opportunity to make easy connections across town.
AIS completed clearing, soil removal, re-grading and landscaping for approximately two miles of the track.
AIS is proud to sponsor the 21st Annual PEMA Charity Golf Tournament at Coyote Hills Golf Course on Monday, May 7, 2018. This event benefits St. Vincent Meals-on-Wheels and YMCA of Orange County. Please join us for a round of golf, including breakfast, lunch, and a cocktail/dinner reception.
8am - Registration and Breakfast
10am - Shotgun Start
4pm - Cocktails and Reception
Coyote Hills Golf Course is located at 1440 E. Bastanchury Rd., Fullerton, CA 92835 and can be reached at 714-672-6800. Click below for more information, including how to register, sponsorship opportunities and more.
Our Guzzler can pull solids, dry bulk powders, liquids, slurries and thick sludge. Depending on material type, the Guzzler can operate effectively in remote or inaccessible locations more than 1,000 feet away. The Hi-Rail gives us the additional advantage to remove contaminated and unwanted materials from track beds. The full vacuum controls up to 5,250 CFM and 28” vacuum is rail-ready, boom-equipped, self-contained vacuum truck.
Services we provide utilizing this unit:
Contact us for more information on the new Hi-Rail Guzzler.
AIS is an exhibitor at Battelle's Chlorinated Conference from April 8-12, 2018 in Palm Springs, California.
Presented and organized by Battelle, event sponsors include “leading organizations active in site remediation research and application.”
“Attendance is expected to include more than 1,600 environmental professionals from academia, state and federal government agencies, consulting firms, research organizations, and industries from around the world. The Conference offers extensive technical tracks, education opportunities, exhibits and hands-on demonstrations from leading companies, as well as networking with national and international remediation exports”.
Please visit the AIS Team in Booth #507 and say hello!
For more information on the conference, click here.
AIS continues to serve its customers and communities by providing solutions to complex decommissioning projects. Over the next 10 years, many of California’s older power plants that use Once-Through cooling (OTC) will be retired and replaced. AIS is at the forefront of innovation in our approach to stack and power plant demolition and will continue to deliver solutions to these complex projects.
See recent photos of Power Plant Decommissioning and Demolition below, and contact us at 888.423.6060 for more info.
On December 18, 2017 Federal Regulators put into place a long-awaited electronic logging device or ELD Hours of Service rule that mandates motor carriers to use Electronic Logging Devices (ELD’s). This new mandate effectively replaces the complex, on-duty/ off-duty paper logs that have been in use – and often falsified – dating back to 1938. This automated technology not only brings logging records into the modern age, it allows roadside inspectors to unmask violations of federal law that put lives at risk. The FMCSA estimates ELD’s should prevent more than 1,800 crashes and 560 injuries and save 26 lives every year. The new law allows law enforcement to remove drivers from service and levy substantial fines to those companies not in compliance.
Razmik Gozalians (AIS) and Dave Scrivner (ERM) attended the 7th International Symposium and Exhibition on the Redevelopment of Manufactured Gas Plant Sites (MGP 2017) in New Orleans, LA to share details of the recently completed San Rafael MGP remediation project as poster presenters. Attendees included utilities from across the country, regulators, consultants, and contractors. The symposium consisted of three days of technical sessions, exhibits, and poster presentations, and is designed to explore key issues of MGP site management with an emphasis on case studies regarding new and innovative approaches to upland and sediment remediation.