Restoration Services for Government
DKI is proud to have been awarded two GSA Schedule Contracts (47QRAA18D00FW and 47QSWA19D0063), which allow us to provide restoration and remediation services with pre-established pricing, terms, and conditions to government facilities.
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GSA Schedule PSS (00Corp) SIN 899 8 & SIN 899 1 – Contract #47QRAA18D00FW
SIN 899 8
Remediation Services include but are not limited to:
- Removal and Disposal of Hazardous Waste
- Site Preparation
- Field Investigation
- Emergency Response Clean Up
- Air Monitoring
- Monitoring and/or Reduction of Hazardous Waste Sites
- Related Laboratory Testing
Reclamation Services include but are not limited to restoring land areas to a more natural state damaged due to pollution, such as oil spills.
Disposal Services must be ancillary to the remediation services performed.
SIN 899 1
Environmental Consulting Services include, but are not limited to consultation in the areas of planning and documentation services for the development, planning, facilitation, coordination and documentation of and/or for environmental initiatives (or mandates) such as Executive Order 13693 in areas of chemical, radiological, and/or hazardous materials
GSA Schedule 84 SIN 426 4F– Contract #47QSWA19D0063
Emergency Preparedness and First Responder Equipment, Training and Services include but are not limited to:
- Continuance of Operations Planning (COOP) services
- Decontamination Kits and Showers
- Mass Casualty Containment Trailers
- Survival/ Disaster and Rapid Deployment Kits
- Hazardous Material Detection Equipment/ Clothing
- Emergency Response Training
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Who is GSA?
GSA (General Services Administration) provides centralized procurement for the federal government, offering billions of dollars worth of products, services, and facilities that federal agencies need to serve the public. On July 1, 1949, GSA was established by President Harry Truman to streamline the administrative work of the federal government. As a result, Truman consolidated the National Archives Establishment, the Federal Works Agency and its Public Buildings Administration, the Bureau of Federal Supply and the Office of Contract Settlement, and the War Assets Administration into one federal agency.
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