Past Projects

  • Closed-Loop Bioremediation Pilot Demo NWIRP Bethpage, NY

    Project: Closed-Loop Bioremediation Pilot Demo NWIRP Bethpage, NY Description: Bioremediation of Fuel Oil Impacted Soil and Groundwater Role: Project Manager & Prime Contractor Project Cost: $1.6 million (performance based) Property impacted by a underground storage tank release of fuel oil #4, #6, and diesel. Project Involved installation of the closed loop bioremediation system, 30 nested injection and extraction wells with a central control manifold. Floating free product removal currently in progress. Bioremediation system expected to be operating for 12 months. Project started in August 2004 and is on-schedule for completion in March 2006.

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  • Soil and Groundwater Bioremediation Metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona

    Project: Soil and Groundwater Bioremediation Metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona Role: Project Manager & Prime Contractor Project Cost: $750,000 Property impacted by a release of refined petroleum products (including MTBE) from a pipeline owned by a large energy company. Project Involved installation of the closed loop bioremediation system, 19 nested injection and extraction wells with a central control manifold. 1.5 feet of free product was removed. The bioremediation system raised in-situ bacteria plate counts concurrently with a steady reduction of BTEX and MTBE contaminants. Project started in November 1999 and completed on schedule in June 2000.  

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  • Soil and Groundwater Bioremediation Yuma, Arizona

    Project: Soil and Groundwater Bioremediation Yuma, Arizona Description: Bioremediation of Refined Petroleum Product at a Former Underground Storage Tank Site Role: Project Manager & Prime Contractor Project Cost: $1.2 million 0.9 acre property was formerly a retail service station of a large Fortune 500 energy company. Project Involved installation of the closed loop bioremediation system, 42 nested injection and extraction wells with a central control manifold. 4-5 feet of free product was removed. The bioremediation system successfully raised in-situ bacteria plate counts concurrently with a steady reduction of BTEX contaminants. Project started in July 2002 and completed on schedule in March 2003.

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  • Base-wide Fire Alarm Upgrade Naval Air Facility El Centro, California

    Project: Base-wide Fire Alarm Upgrade Naval Air Facility El Centro, California Description: Large design-build fire protection project for the federal government Role: Project Manager & Prime Contractor Project Cost: $3.1 million Design-build of upgraded base-wide fire alarm system. Incorporation of a PC-based automated monitoring and dispatch system. Installation of notification and signaling devices Installation of advanced IR flame detectors for all aircraft hangars. Project involved management of mechanical and electrical engineering disciplines. Project was completed on budget, as scheduled in June 2004.

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  • Replacement of Halon Suppression Systems White Sands Missile Range, Socorro, New Mexico

    Project: Replacement of Halon Suppression Systems White Sands Missile Range, Socorro, New Mexico Description: Large design-build fire protection project for the federal government Role: Project Manager & Prime Contractor Project Cost: $620,000 Removed all Halon system infrastructure (tanks, pipes, devices) and installed overhead wet sprinkler system including underground connection to main. Demo existing fire alarm and installed upgraded fire alarm system Replaced entire ceiling grid and light fixtures within the 9,000 sq-ft facility Installed early smoke detection system, and smoke exhaust system. Completed a conference room extension and renovation. Project completed on budget, as scheduled.

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  • Design-build of Advance Fire Protection System at Hangar 1 Naval Air Weapons Stations, China Lake California

    Project: Design-build of Advance Fire Protection System at Hangar 1 Naval Air Weapons Stations, China Lake California Description: Large design-build project for federal government, project management experience Role: Project Manager & Prime Contractor Project Cost: $3.3 million Required demolition of entire 40,000-sq-ft concrete hangar floor and all existing fire suppression hardware Design-build of of AFFF fire protection system with grate nozzle technology, including the in-floor trenching to accommodate high-pressure piping system and new hangar floor Project involved management of all engineering disciplines: mechanical, electrical, geotechnical, and civil/structural. Project will was completed on budget, as scheduled in March 2003

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  • As-built field verification, CAD Drafting, of Electrical Control Houses for Central Arizona Project Alignment

    Project: As-built field verification, CAD Drafting, of Electrical Control Houses for Central Arizona Project Alignment Relevance: CAD drafting, As-built verification, drawing document control, facility electrical distribution Role: Prime engineering firm Project Cost: $685,000 Provided on-site field verification of various turn-out structures along the entire CAP alignment Provided document control procedure to manage and handle as-built drawings Provided all related engineering quality control 18-month project was completed ahead of schedule  

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  • Design Team- Line Segment 4 – Valley Metro Rail (Light Rail Project)

    Project: Design Team- Line Segment 4 – Valley Metro Rail (Light Rail Project) Client: Jacobs Engineering 875 West Elliot Road, Suite 201 Tempe AZ 85284 Contract Value: N/A Completion Date: November 2003 Highlights: Design services, Street light design Project Description: Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc. selected ARUSI to participate on the design team for line segment 4 of the Central Phoenix / East Valley Light Rail Transit Project. Working under Jacobs Engineering, the prime line segment designer, our role involves the street light design and utility coordination. This includes performing designing for power source and distribution scheme, incorporating existing service points and meter locations, gathering and researching electrical as-built drawings, and submittals of all required design plans. Our roles involve face meetings with City of Phoenix and Tempe personnel, conflict reviews, and resolving R/W issues.

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  • Automated People Mover (APM) Project – Power Distribution Design

    Project: Automated People Mover (APM) Project – Power Distribution Design Client: Lea + Elliott 1009 W. Randol Mill Rd Arlington, Texas 76012 City of Phoenix – Aviation Department 3400 Sky Harbor Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85034-4420 Contract Value: $225,000 Completion Date: June 2004 Highlights: A/E; power distribution design; load studies and assessment. Project Description: ARUSI has been selected as part of the system design team for the Automated People Mover project at Sky Harbor International Airport. ARUSI is providing the engineering, design, and assessment of the power distribution system to support the $600 million plus APM System. Additionally, ARUSI is conducting load studies that will consider propulsion power, station electrical loads, and guide-way heating. This analysis also includes projecting the annualized consumption value and a forecasted peak operational load at each terminal to estimate the power allocation to each terminal on this basis. ARUSI’s analysis will involve locating power distribution facilities and preparing the preliminary design report for the entire power propulsion system.

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  • Not only were they cost competitive, but we selected ARUSI because of their high quality work and for their reputation of delivering quality service. We went through a rigorous review process and selected ARUSI for their high value performance during our pilot stage.

    Central Arizona Project
  • I have the utmost confidence in ARUSI to getting our work done right. The work we give them is critical to our construction process. They have the most experience people who know engineering and design of distribution systems. They do high quality work and they do it when we need it – on time!

    Salt River Project, Phoenix AZ
  • ARUSI Group delivers services with a strong customer oriented passion. They do their work in a professional manner, are focused on getting the details right, and exceeding our expectations. They have successfully accommodated and delivered everything we’ve asked of them – and we’ve asked a lot. After the initial learning, their execution has been awesome. ARUSI Group has taken a load off our backs. When we turn over work to them, we trust that they will get the work done right, on time and delivered to our high standards.

    Southwest Gas Corporation, Phoenix, AZ
  • ARUSI executed this rapidly changing contract in outstanding manner. Several design changes were required during construction resulting in a better product overall. The quality of workmanship was uninterrupted by these changes. ARUSI provided employees with expansive knowledge of the work to be performed. It was very refreshing to work with such a skilled contractor, I would gladly work with them on any project.

    Southwest Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma.
  • Working with EDM Group has been a very positive experience. They’ve done a great job for us.

    Kristi Lyzwa, Customer Service Planner, Arizona Public Service (APS).
  • At Southwest Gas, we expect the firm that we’re working with to be an extension of us. EDM Group does an excellent job with that. They represent us well in the public community as well as internally.

    Luis Frisby, Manager of Engineering, Southwest Gas Corporation.
  • EDM Group consistently scores high in our evaluations in project management, responsiveness, accuracy, and in understanding our standards. Their professionalism representing SRP, their honesty, and their fair business practices establish EDM Group as one of the top providers to SRP.

    Sidney Altuna, Manager, Contracting Services, Salt River Project (SRP)
  • ARUSI provided innovative ways to save money and time while improving the quality and design of the finished product.

    John Henry Green, ROICC Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS), Yuma, AZ, Department of the Navy.
  • It was very refreshing to work with such a skilled contractor. I would gladly work with them on any project.

    Dave McCollum, Resident Officer In Charge of Construction (ROICC) Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest Division.

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