IDOT Experience

Anderson Environmental & Engineering, Co. is pre-qualified with the Illinois Department of Transportation for asbestos surveys and construction inspection. Since 2010, Anderson has served a niche of general contractors on IDOT projects through preparation of special waste plans/reports, safety briefings, and management of non-special, special, and hazardous wastes. Our HazWoper trained employees provide on-site monitoring during construction activities in impacted soils and document soil disposition from the site. We also provide soil sampling for clean construction and demolition debris (CCDD) certification and disposal.

Anderson is a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certified firm under the Illinois Unified Certification Program (IL UCP). Businesses who obtain DBE certification in the IL UCP are recognized by five US DOT-funded agencies: the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), City of Chicago, CTA, Metra, Pace and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA).

Anderson serves general contractors on multiple public roadway projects with IDOT, providing special waste plans, reports and analysis, CCDD sampling and daily construction site supervision. Recent projects include:

William Charles Construction Company – S. Main Street ($19M ) – Roadway reconstruction and underground work (utility relocation, sanitary and water main installation).

Alliance Contractors Inc. – Streamwood ($2.3M) and Lincolnwood ($750K) Roadway widening and curb / gutter removal & replacement.

McCarthy Improvements - John Deere Road, Rock Island ($16.2M) bridge installation, structures replacement and roadway widening and River Drive, Moline ($6.9M) Roadway reconstruction and underground work (sanitary and water main installation).

IDOT
IDOT

IDOT Experience

We are pre-qualified with the Illinois Department of Transportation for asbestos surveys and construction management. We have served in the preparation of special waste plans/reports, safety briefings, and management of non-special, special, and hazardous wastes. Learn More >

asbestos / lead
Asbestos

asbestos / lead

Asbestos has been incorporated into more than 3600 commercial products and used extensively in the construction industry. Now that the hazardous effects of asbestos are known, proper precautions must be taken when demolishing structures to first determine its presence and then properly dispose of it. Learn More >

assesments
Assessments

assessments

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments are typically required as part of property transactions and refinancing. Many lending institutions require a Phase I clearance before they will approve loans. Learn More >

permitting
Permitting

permitting

The Clean Water Act prohibits discharge of pollutants into water without a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. We offer NPDES storm water and mining permitting, as well as air permitting, including sand and gravel quarries, asphalt plants, furniture manufacturers and coating companies. Learn More >

soil / groundwater
Soil and Groundwater

soil / groundwater

If a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment results in suspicion of contamination, a Phase II Soil Boring and Groundwater Investigation must be performed. This step involves sampling the soil and groundwater at and around a site. The samples are then analyzed to determine what hazardous substances are present. Learn More >

CCDD
CCDD

CCDD

Clean construction or demolition debris (CCDD) is uncontaminated broken concrete without protruding metal bars, bricks, rock or stone. When uncontaminated soil is mixed with any of these materials, the uncontaminated soil is also considered CCDD. Learn More >