Disused Military Sites – Quality Certificates
Expert Office for Disused Military Sites
Fachkundiges Büro für Rüstungsaltlasten (certificate)
After thorough investigation of all qualifications and references, the Bavarian Environmental Agency (LfU) drew up a list of expert offices for disused military sites.
Examination Center for Disused Military Sites and Ordnance
(Inspektionsstelle für Rüstungsaltlasten und Kampfmittel)
Our institute not only performs investigations and evaluations in this specialist field at the highest level of professional competence, but is also qualified to perform external quality controls and take on tasks as head technical expert. The Examination Center is certified according to ISO 9001:2015 and has a QM system according to DIN 17020.
Member of the German Association of Explosive Ordnance Specialists
Mitglied im Bund Deutscher Feuerwerker und Wehrtechniker e.V. (BDFWT)
This is a professional organization of explosive ordnance specialists involved in the finding and retrieval of ammunition. It constitutes an important platform for the exchange of information and further knowledge. Our colleague, Mr. Schwendner, is a regular speaker at the Association’s annual symposium.
Member of the Expert Committee “Military Contaminated Sites” of the ITVA
(Engineer Technical Association for the Management of Contaminated Sites and Land Recycling)
Mitglied im Fachausschuss “Militärische Altlasten” des ITVA (Ingenieurtechnischer Verband für Altlastenmanagement und Flächenrecycling e.V.)
The ITVA is committed dedicated to the advancement of professional dialogue by bringing together interdisciplinary experts. The expert committees draw up guidelines, regulations and recommendations.
Working Aid “Demolition Areas, Practical Part”
Arbeitshilfe “Sprengplätze” des Bayerischen Landesamtes für Umwelt
We compiled a working aid for the investigation, assessment and remediation of demolition areas on behalf of the LfU. It includes the deduction of the hazardous areas from their historical use and gives a recommended course of action for the treatment of this type of military contaminated site.
Contractor for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
We have worked for the USACE and ITAM on numerous installations of the U.S. Army for many years. The tasks encompass all types of environmental site investigations, surveys, studies and planning.
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