Kane Environmental understands the special property and environmental investigative needs of receiverships and will deliver the below services on a schedule to satisfy the unique specifications of the property representatives:
"Sell the City of Seattle Municipal Tower" - Kane Environmental CEO/President featured in WestsideSeattle
Kane Environmental, Inc. has been issued a single 5 Year, $4 Million Environmental Lab Sampling Services IDIQ Contract (N44255-19-2-6005) award by Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Northwest.
Kane Environmental was the incumbent for this solicitation to provide environmental services at nine (9) separate Naval installations and other sites in the Puget Sound and is pleased to continue our partnership with NAVFAC NW under this contract.
Kane Environmental Offering Quick Turnaround Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for Distressed Property Acquisitions
Kane Environmental is offering quick, affordable Phase I Environmental Assessments, Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, and remediation services in preparation for acquisition, redevelopment, or reuse of commercial and industrial distressed properties.
Our Phase I Environmental Site Assessments will be completed within 10 business days (2 weeks) under these circumstances. Kane Environmental understands the urgency regarding these projects and we are prepared to help you streamline the process of acquiring or developing distressed property.
Kane Environmental Awarded 5-Year Contract with UW for Environmental Consulting Services. The services include but are not limited to; stormwater systems, PCB assessment, environmental site assessments, remediation, hazardous waste sampling, asbestos inspections, etc.
John Kane, CEO/President of Kane Environmental says “This is a significant award for our company providing the expertise and capacity for environmental services at higher education campus' for the state of Washington. This contract supports our strategic plan for further growth in the Puget Sound and throughout the state.”
Kane Environmental, Inc. announces its fifth annual sponsorship of the Maritime Industry Economic Forecast Breakfast, a breakfast that will bring top labor, business, local and federal government, and community leaders together to discuss challenges and opportunities in the Puget Sound region’s maritime industry. The breakfast occurs Friday, November 17, simultaneously with the 2017 Pacific Marine Expo.
The Pacific Marine Expo will be held at CenturyLink Event Center November 16-18, 2017.
Featured in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, an article by John Kane about a new software system from BluHaptics that allows operators to see sunken munitions in 3-D and retrieve them with remotely operated vehicles that provide human touch-like feedback.
Kane Environmental and Kane Remediation Technologies are working with a Fremont-based robotics software company, BluHaptics, to apply its new software system using remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to identify and remove munitions from the sea floor and to sample remote deep water sediment where human divers cannot go. BluHaptics developed the software that uses data fusion, machine learning and control technology to make ROV operations more efficient. The software works with a wide variety of ROVs, sensors and manipulator arms, which allow for operation in the most challenging conditions, such as high turbidity.
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KANE CEO/President, John Kane, attended the Third Edition of the Aerospace & Defense Supplier Summit on April 14 - 15, 2016, at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington. Kane was an exhibitor in the Green Aviation Village.
Aerospace & Defense Supplier Summit Seattle is a supply chain event that brings together aerospace and defense primes, tier suppliers and contract-manufacturers. Engineering, procurement, supply chain, fabrication, commodity teams, suppliers and service providers will meet through pre-arranged one-on-one meetings. A&DSS Seattle is the venue where requirements meet technologies and capabilities without the distractions found at traditional exhibitions.