SLAC Environmental Cleanup Project

Date:14 Feb, 2015

Client:Stanford Linear Accelerator Center


SLAC Environmental Cleanup Project

The Department of Energy Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) Environmental Cleanup task order is a $13 million contract. The facility occupies 426 acres of Stanford University property that is leased to DOE for research and support operations. The task order requires removal of contaminated soil, disposal in a permitted disposal facility, restoration of excavated areas, obtaining closure certificates, and construction, testing, and startup of a groundwater and soil-vapor treatment system. The primary objective is to restore the work areas to conditions protective of human health and the environment for unrestricted land use.
Synergistics provided a large portion of the project controls services for this project. This included the development of the project’s performance measurement baseline (PBM) via a Primavera P6 schedule, cost estimating to support the PMB , authoring the project controls system description, implementation of a ANSI/EIA 748 Earned Value Management System, and training of control/cost account managers. In addition to these services, Synergistics provided much of the project scheduling, change control, and project controls reporting of the project during the execution stage.
Project Value: $13,000,000

DBE D5M8422020 | CUCP 40163 | MBE M5M0022020