Kleinfelder has established itself as a “solutions provider” for the Department of Energy (DOE), through innovative and technically sound applications of engineering, environmental sciences, and construction support services, that focus on addressing the DOE’s energy, environmental and nuclear challenges.
Our extended capabilities, coupled with our early project knowledge, enables success over the lifetime of your project.
Enhanced building or facility commissioning, optimize systems operations, minimize lifecycle costs.
Lifecycle data and records management, through design, construction, maintenance operation to shutdown.
Operations of small-scale facilities or maintenance of closed facilities.
Inventory and lifecycle management of project infrastructure.
Kleinfelder’s objective is to align itself as a trusted advisor to DOE and its M&Os. We provide a variety of services and initiatives to meet this objective.
Auditable company-wide Loss Prevention System (zero lost time incidents at DOE facilities).
Contribution to local and regional economic development initiatives (60 offices nationwide).
LEED certified architects/engineers, low energy/water design solutions.
Mentor-Protégé relationships with both certified 8(a) and small business concerns.
Kleinfelder’s services continue as the Owner’s Representative, once the project moves from the design/permitting phase to the construction phase.
BIM modeling, cost reviews, regulatory permit reviews, DOE/ Industry Standards/NQA-1 compliance reviews, schedule and procurement plan reviews.
Cost plus or guaranteed maximum price approaches.
Destructive and non-destructive testing, concrete testing/ inspection, soils testing, construction inspection and reporting, mobile laboratories.
Onsite observation, construction administration, resident engineering, site coordination/management, document control, NQA-1 program oversight.
Kleinfelder’s permitting services span from local and Tribal entitlements, through complex state and federal regulatory frameworks and consent order compliance.
CERCLA/RCRA investigations and feasibility studies, soil and groundwater remediation system design and operations, data acquisition and reporting.
Meteorological monitoring/data acquisition, dispersion modeling, cultural resource management, natural resource studies/ restoration, land use planning.
Alluvial and deep monitoring well program development including design, installation, and sampling, regulatory technical report development, wellhead completions.
Initial studies, environmental assessments, environmental impact statements, relation studies.
NQA-1 compliant engineering and design support including nuclear category facilities. Includes full design specifications for BOP construction, or partial design for an EPC approach.
Dewatering systems, hydrogeological modeling, surface hydrology/hydraulics, facility water audits, pump/conveyance systems, water/wastewater treatment systems.
Building and utility/site components 3D BIM design and modeling, CAD design, energy efficient/LEED certified facility designs, pavement design.
Geotechnical investigations/ engineering, foundation, slope stability analysis and design, excavation assessments, geological engineering, rock, geo-mechanics.
Seismology/seismic engineering, geophysical survey investigations, site response analysis and RCTS dynamic testing.
These services have proven successful in not only understanding project constraints, but also in providing appropriate and defensible information for effective program or project planning and decision making.
Material commercial grade dedication, NQA-1 qualification audits, program assessments, facility condition assessments, and sustainability audits.
Biological, air, wetland, cultural, and water studies and planning.
Geotechnical and environmental site investigations, surface/ subsurface characterization, quality objective data management, geophysical surveys, and reporting.
Rough order of magnitude (ROM) cost development, environmental baseline studies, conceptual designs, and readiness review preparation.