Under a subcontract from Shaw Environmental, Yerba Buena was tasked with abating hazardous materials in 13 buildings on Gun Mole Pier and South Pier at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard and then demolishing 12 of the 13 buildings. Yerba Buena’s scope of work included:

  • Surveying the buildings for lead-based paint, asbestos, and asbestos-containing materials
  • Removing lighting ballasts containing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
  • Removing, packaging, and labeling, stockpiling, and loading the asbestos for transport and disposal by others
  • Abating other hazardous materials to the extent necessary for lawful demolition of the buildings
  • Stockpiling, staging, and loading nonhazardous building debris for transport and disposal by others
  • Recycling building materials such as steel and bricks
  • Demolishing the buildings
  • Project Name: Abatement and Demolition of Gun Mole Pier and South Pier Buildings, Hunters Point Naval Shipyard
  • Category: Environmental and Emergency Response
  • Client/Owner: Shaw Environmental & Infrastructure, Inc. (now Aptim Federal Services LLC)/US Navy
  • Location: San Francisco, CA
  • Dollar Amount: $271,368

Project Features:

  • Work near water
  • Asbestos, lead, and PCB removal and abatement
  • Removal of furniture, fixtures, and equipment
  • Building demolition and materials stockpiling
  • Metal removal and stockpiling