TAIT provides monthly Designated Operator (DO) inspections at approximately 140 fuel facilities for the City of Los Angeles Department of General Services. TAIT has been repeatedly selected as the contractor to provide DO inspections for the City of Los Angeles since 2005, when the State of California regulations requiring DO inspections went into eﬀect. Continually upgrading technology, providing a high quality of service, and optimizing quality and performance earn TAIT longstanding clients such as the City of Los Angeles.
During remedial excavation activities at the Brea Transfer Station, a deep zone of soil impacted by petroleum hydrocarbons was discovered in the southern part of the site. TAIT subsequently assessed the extent of impacted soils, and utilized large-diameter auger borings to remove the impacted soil from the subsurface. TAIT met the client’s goal to remediate the site for future residential development, achieving site closure from the Orange County Health Care Agency.
TAIT Environmental Services, Inc. (TAIT) has restored hundreds of Aboveground Storage Tanks across the nation for various clients. This adds years to the life of the tanks, which provide fuel for emergency generators to supply backup power for communications and other systems. This can be done at a fraction of the cost that replacing the tank would cost.
TAIT Environmental Services, Inc. performed fuel system services for El Dorado County Department of Transportation (DOT) in Placerville, CA. These services included installation of fueling dispensers, a new fuel management system, tank monitoring system, AST Piping, ground level fill boxes, and a syphon line. TAIT programmed and started up all systems, in addition to training the client on new features.
This project included approximately 1/3-mile total length of street reconfiguration, improvements to an existing raised median, a new traffic signal, abandonment of existing 8-inch ACP and 12-inch DIP City water lines, installation of a 800 LF of 16-inch water line, and relocation of SCE and AT&T main distribution service lines. It required the installation of new public storm drains, sewer, and water services to accommodate a future redevelopment project along Harbor Boulevard from Palm Street to Lampson Avenue in the City of Garden Grove. Engineering services required extensive research, review, and a potholing program for the installation of the new utilities and storm drain improvements within the existing six-lane Harbor Boulevard roadway.