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One basic fact shapes the way we work: the environment. It is often notoriously uncooperative. Plans notwithstanding, anything can happen and something typically does As a fully-integrated resource, we’re equipped to pivot on site to meet all challenges in real time, within budget, and on schedule. Here’s a look at some of our work:

We Cleared it, Capped it and Converted it for Re-Use... All under Budget — Eugene, OR

Back in 1943, arsenic-based compounds were used to treat wood. Although this has stopped, a leading maker of wood products for commercial and consumer use felt residual effects some 65 years later: contamination still lingered in a section of its Western Oregon facility. Pantheon was engaged to isolate and cap the affected area without disrupting production still active around it. And one more thing: deliver a remediated site suitable for re-use by others.

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Innovating in Mid-Stream to Remediate and Restore an Active Creek — Crosby, MS

Mississippi is famous for water and wood. Think of the Mississippi River and its chief tributaries: rivers like Yazoo and Pascagoula. To this add thick forests; over half the state is covered in pine, elm and oak. Tucked into a southeast corner is a town called Crosby. When water met wood here - specifically, wood creosote - Pantheon was tapped to remediate and restore.

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Restoring a Salmon-Bearing Shoreline While Three Clocks Ticked — Portland, OR

It was the last phase of a three-year $16-million voluntary clean-up. The site - an active fuel-storage terminal set on a major salmon-bearing shoreline system - was owned and operated by a top international petroleum company. A sea wall separated the facility from the river. To control erosion, a concrete revetement ran from the base of the seawall into the river. Still, the environmental threat was palpable. This facility existed to receive and store fuel, and eventually sediment in the riverbed became impacted by contaminants.

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When an Industrial Client Required Remediation and Restoration, Even Mother Nature Couldn’t Delay Pantheon (Though She Tried) — Rome, GA

Like its European namesake, Rome, Georgia, was built on seven hills. But its location at the confluence of two rivers - the Etowah and Oostanaula - is what turned this town into an early hub of manufacturing. Among the industrials to set up shop here was a diversified technology company - a world-class enterprise - whose local operations include a hazardous-waste facility.

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Managing Storm-Water Collection and Treatment, Where the Needs were Full Service and the Goals Ultra Aggressive — Arlington, WA

Storm-water management is challenge enough. Now add this layer of complexity: the site in question belonged to a wood-treatment plant in Northwest Washington State, where ultra-aggressive goals govern the clean up of contaminants pentachlorophenol and dioxin. Initially, Pantheon was engaged to break the regulatory and technical impasse that had this client deadlocked with a powerful trio: the City of Arlington, State Department of Ecology, and even the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

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