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“You name it, we found it,” said ESA President Kory Mitchell, referring to tainted soil, asbestos, abandoned landfills and other unsafe construction obstacles the company encountered and corrected during its five-year, $16.7 million contract for environmental remediation and demolition services on Eagle P3, a multi-billion Denver transit project ranked as the largest such venture in recent Colorado history. Eagle P3 is part of the Denver’s Regional Transportation’s (RTD) FasTracks, a 2004-voter approved plan to expand commuter light rail and bus transit across the Denver.

Read article in Rocky Mountain Construction- Cover Story, July, 2016