GSA Contract Number: 47QRAA22D005S

First Atlantic's Completed Projects

Experience

US Coast Guard Warehouse Remediation

US COAST GUARD / NASA MICHOUD FACILITY / PRIME CONTRACTOR / WAREHOUSE REMEDIATION

  • Date: 10.31.22-11.11.22
  • Contract Value: $39,716.90
  • Description: A U.S. Coast Guard leased warehouse was infested by rats and required remediation to restore it to a safe condition. First Atlantic Restoration disposed of hazardous materials and chemically cleaned the entire facility interior. A U.S. Coast Guard owned Mardi Gras float was also removed, cleaned, and returned to the warehouse during the two-week work period. HEPA filtered airscrubbers and hydroxyl generators were used to restore the indoor air quality. U.S. Coast Guard personnel monitored the project and provided final clearance.
VA Dept of Consercation Asbestos Abatement

VA DEPT OF CONSERVATION & RECREATION / PRIME CONTRACTOR / POTATO BARN ASBESTOS ABATEMENT

  • Date: 7.11.22-11.30.22
  • Contract Value: $39,719.90
  • Description: Complete demolition and disposal of an asbestos containing collapsed barn. Asbestos, hazardous waste, and agricultural waste products were disposed of according to all state and federal regulations.
National Park Service Mold Remediation

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE / GREAT SAND DUNES NATIONAL PARK / PRIME CONTRACTOR / MOLD REMEDIATION

  • Date: 7.10.23-8.26.23
  • Contract Value: $175,652.94
  • Description: Routine disinfecting of seven healthcare facilities for over the span of two years. Six facilities are located in Virginia and one in Richmond. Twice a month, First Atlantic Restoration disinfected each facility with Tomi Steramist products, which utilize ionized hydrogen peroxide.
Lifenet Health Disinfection

LIFENET HEALTH / VIRGINIA BEACH & RICHOND FACILITIES / PRIME CONTRACTOR / REOCCURING DISINFECTION

  • Date: 3.22.20-8.05.22
  • Contract Value: $1,459,605.10
  • Description: Routine disinfecting of seven healthcare facilities for over the span of two years. Six facilities are located in Virginia and one in Richmond. Twice a month, First Atlantic Restoration disinfected each facility with Tomi Steramist products, which utilize ionized hydrogen peroxide.