The keys to our success are client service, quality workmanship and employee safety. We partner with engineering firms who are pioneering the most innovative and effective remediation methods.
Jerry Romagnoli, CEO
What is Abscope?
Abscope provides management, equipment, and field personnel to deliver safe and reliable remedial construction services. Our solid reputation of more than 25 years is built on collaborative relationships. We work with owners, engineering consultants, and regulatory officials to remediate hazardous sites in a timely, cost-effective, and safe manner. Our satisfied clients form the cornerstone of our growth.
We look forward to serving you, whether your project is modest in scope or a complex and sophisticated remedial construction effort.
Abscope Receives National EBJ Award
Abscope Environmental, Inc. has been chosen as a winner of the Environmental Business Journal's 2016 Business Achievement Award for Remediation Contractors. The prestigious award shall be presented this March at the EBJ annual summit in San Diego, CA and was based on the following achievements:
"Abscope increased its market share in both hazardous abatement and soil remediation work. The majority of Abscope's projects have been performed for Fortune 500 corporations and international engineering firms specializing in environmental design. Geographically, Abscope has steadily expanded its area of operations to include the northeastern and southeastern US with several outliers west of the Mississippi River."
"During 2016, Abscope entered the deep soil mixing market by successfully performing an In-Situ Stabilization (ISS) project for an international power generation company. Abscope also furthered its inroads in the federal arena by winning a multi-year PCB removal project at a government facility in Washington DC, and procured its first ID/IQ hazardous abatement contract through NAVFAC for work at the Philadelphia Navy Ship Yard."
"Morever, Abscope acquired its HUBZone certification in 2016 thus enabling it to successfully pursue future contracts with federal agencies."