Underground In-place Tank Closure
Closure in Thoroughgood section of Virginia Beach. Fully half of the length of the tank was under an older addition.
Closure in Bay Colony section of Virginia Beach
A closure in tight quarters on Mistletoe Drive in Newport News
A "normal" and straightforward closure in Wards Corner area of Norfolk. A long way from the street to transport the sand by hand.
Closure of a very old deeply buried tank with a great deal of concentrated toxic sludge in the bottom, this was in West Ghent, Norfolk
Another straightforward closure in Larkspur, Virginia Beach
A closoure next to the swimming pool in Thoroughgood. Included R&R of the brick pavers
All the in-place closures above were dug by hand - except for the West Ghent tank. It wasn't practical or possible to get a mini excavator to the other tanks. The tank below was so deep it had to be done with the machine.
A Challenging Closure in a low area with a high water table at the end of Mistletoe Drive, Newport News.
Two story West Ghent garage completely filled with a 15 year collection of Junque. The work included cleaning out the building, demo and removal, placing and grading topsoil and placing grass seed on all disturbed areas. This is the same property where the tank with 70 gallons of sludge was located. The owner asked if I could take down the garage. I enjoyed the work and was proud of the end product.
Larchmont area garage demo mandated by homeowner's insurance company. Work included all demo and removal, filling and grading the area, installing the new fence to match the existing, and placing grass seed
Underground Tank Removals
Tank removal off Baker Road. The work included supporting the HVAC slab (owner's request) to remove the tank which was partly under the slab.
Newport News tank removal