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Our SoCal project teams are performing the installation of a soil vapor extraction (SVE) system in Los Angeles, CA! The scope of work called for installation of 2,400 linear feet of SVE pipeline, construction of two SVE manifolds, followed by pneumatic pressure testing, and well-head connection. Our in-situ remediation teams consistently rise up and deliver best-in-class installation of soil vapor and groundwater extraction treatment systems of all shapes and sizes, deploying their vast experience, expertise, and ability to field engineer to add value.

Our SoCal project teams are performing the installation of a soil vapor extraction (SVE) system in Los Angeles, CA! The scope of work called for installation of 2,400 linear feet of SVE pipeline, construction of two SVE manifolds, followed by pneumatic pressure testing, and well-head connection. Our in-situ remediation teams consistently rise up and deliver best-in-class installation of soil vapor and groundwater extraction treatment systems of all shapes and sizes, deploying their vast experience, expertise, and ability to field engineer to add value. ...

In a recent ICS Safety Short, SoCal Foreman Dre emphasized the importance of situational awareness on project sites, particularly around heavy equipment. It's crucial for everyone on-site to uphold precise situational awareness. This includes being aware of your surroundings, especially when working near heavy equipment or open excavations. Dre goes on to highlight that heavy equipment always has the right of way, due to its size, weight, and limited visibility. Our project sites hold several moving elements, and on-site personnel must always be mindful of their path of travel, especially to avoid entering an operator’s blind spot. Practicing situational awareness is essential for maintaining the health and safety of our team and the construction industry as a whole. We appreciate Dre for his valuable guidance and leadership on our project sites!

In a recent ICS Safety Short, SoCal Foreman Dre emphasized the importance of situational awareness on project sites, particularly around heavy equipment. It`s crucial for everyone on-site to uphold precise situational awareness. This includes being aware of your surroundings, especially when working near heavy equipment or open excavations. Dre goes on to highlight that heavy equipment always has the right of way, due to its size, weight, and limited visibility. Our project sites hold several moving elements, and on-site personnel must always be mindful of their path of travel, especially to avoid entering an operator’s blind spot. Practicing situational awareness is essential for maintaining the health and safety of our team and the construction industry as a whole. We appreciate Dre for his valuable guidance and leadership on our project sites! ...

We are excited to announce the capture and near completion of the North Scrubber Complex Upgrade Project at the Orange County Sanitation District (OC SAN) located in Huntington Beach. The scope of work for this project involved replacing the walkway infrastructure as well as the housing complex of eight odor scrubbers, which contain sodium hypochlorite coated media for the chemical scrubbing process to remove foul odor from the contaminated air generated from the primary treatment process. We look forward to reporting on more of this type of work, as we deploy our self-perform heavy industrial & mechanical construction services to build solutions to water/wastewater and air pollution challenges in our backyard!

We are excited to announce the capture and near completion of the North Scrubber Complex Upgrade Project at the Orange County Sanitation District (OC SAN) located in Huntington Beach. The scope of work for this project involved replacing the walkway infrastructure as well as the housing complex of eight odor scrubbers, which contain sodium hypochlorite coated media for the chemical scrubbing process to remove foul odor from the contaminated air generated from the primary treatment process. We look forward to reporting on more of this type of work, as we deploy our self-perform heavy industrial & mechanical construction services to build solutions to water/wastewater and air pollution challenges in our backyard! ...

Last week our SoCal team held another successful Quarterly All Hands Meeting. These meetings are a chance for our team to gather and review important safety updates, internal statistics, and cascading messages from various departments. 

The best part about these meetings is how interactive they are. It gives everyone in the room an opportunity to ask their questions and amplify their input on what we can improve upon as an organization! While the topics discussed in these meetings can be serious, it wouldn’t be ICS way if we didn’t laugh and crack jokes along the way! Thank you to all who attended and participated! We look forward to meeting with our NorCal team soon!

Last week our SoCal team held another successful Quarterly All Hands Meeting. These meetings are a chance for our team to gather and review important safety updates, internal statistics, and cascading messages from various departments.

The best part about these meetings is how interactive they are. It gives everyone in the room an opportunity to ask their questions and amplify their input on what we can improve upon as an organization! While the topics discussed in these meetings can be serious, it wouldn’t be ICS way if we didn’t laugh and crack jokes along the way! Thank you to all who attended and participated! We look forward to meeting with our NorCal team soon!
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Over the past 14 years, the Emadi family both at home and at ICS has had the pleasure to actively participate and donate to Pretend City, a children’s museum located here in Irvine, CA. Pretend City recently featured the Emadi family story in their most recent Donor Spotlight - an opportunity for Hirad  to express his faith in their mission of uplifting children by encouraging and fostering an environment where they can develop critical thinking skills, and grow their curiosity and imagination, all at a young age where critical brain connections are being made. 

Pretend City relies on annual funding and donations to provide their resources to the young families of Orange County. The Emadi family holds Pretend City close to their hearts and will continue our support to this influential children’s museum.

Over the past 14 years, the Emadi family both at home and at ICS has had the pleasure to actively participate and donate to Pretend City, a children’s museum located here in Irvine, CA. Pretend City recently featured the Emadi family story in their most recent Donor Spotlight - an opportunity for Hirad to express his faith in their mission of uplifting children by encouraging and fostering an environment where they can develop critical thinking skills, and grow their curiosity and imagination, all at a young age where critical brain connections are being made.

Pretend City relies on annual funding and donations to provide their resources to the young families of Orange County. The Emadi family holds Pretend City close to their hearts and will continue our support to this influential children’s museum.
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Our safety topic for June covers the basic building blocks of injury prevention. In the construction industry, our project crews expose themselves to physical activities and high-risk situations throughout the day's work. There are several measures that we take to ensure the wellness of our personnel. The listed elements in the graphic below form the foundation of preventative measures and represent the absolute minimum needed to ensure proper injury prevention.

At ICS, safety is our top priority, and we believe it is standard practice to deploy injury prevention measures in our daily routines. Upon arrival at the worksite, it is vital that a work area assessment be performed to name any hazards or questionable conditions. These notable conditions would then be topics of conversation during the daily safety tailgate meeting before work initiates. Daily safety tailgate meetings are mandatory here at ICS and are followed by participation in a Stretch and Flex program. These exercises are crucial not only for injury prevention but also for team strengthening. Taking the time to stretch and warm up muscles is often overlooked but greatly impacts your body's overall performance and wellbeing.

Remember, get it done safely and look out for one another!

Our safety topic for June covers the basic building blocks of injury prevention. In the construction industry, our project crews expose themselves to physical activities and high-risk situations throughout the day`s work. There are several measures that we take to ensure the wellness of our personnel. The listed elements in the graphic below form the foundation of preventative measures and represent the absolute minimum needed to ensure proper injury prevention.

At ICS, safety is our top priority, and we believe it is standard practice to deploy injury prevention measures in our daily routines. Upon arrival at the worksite, it is vital that a work area assessment be performed to name any hazards or questionable conditions. These notable conditions would then be topics of conversation during the daily safety tailgate meeting before work initiates. Daily safety tailgate meetings are mandatory here at ICS and are followed by participation in a Stretch and Flex program. These exercises are crucial not only for injury prevention but also for team strengthening. Taking the time to stretch and warm up muscles is often overlooked but greatly impacts your body`s overall performance and wellbeing.

Remember, get it done safely and look out for one another!
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Early this week our Heavy Industrial Mechanical Construction field team got certified for ASME B31.3 process pipe bonding through classroom and hands-on training in our Anaheim warehouse! These joints will be hydrostatically tested to 450 PSI and the skills learned will aid in the fiberglass process piping replacement for the CenGen Cooling Water Piping Replacement project supporting the Orange County Sanitation District. #construction #fiberglass #piping #processpiping #training #heavyindustrial #fyp

Early this week our Heavy Industrial Mechanical Construction field team got certified for ASME B31.3 process pipe bonding through classroom and hands-on training in our Anaheim warehouse! These joints will be hydrostatically tested to 450 PSI and the skills learned will aid in the fiberglass process piping replacement for the CenGen Cooling Water Piping Replacement project supporting the Orange County Sanitation District. #construction #fiberglass #piping #processpiping #training #heavyindustrial #fyp ...

As we celebrate 25 years, we would like to share the testimonial of someone who has contributed to the growth of ICS since our early days. Danny, Safety & Quality Field Supervisor, is an ICS Veteran who has pursued our mission with us for over 23 years! 

We asked Danny how he would describe ICS in one word, to which he responded “Trustworthy. Their strong reputation for ethical behavior puts ICS at the forefront of the industry. The love and compassion this company shows to its employees is astonishing, and I am truly grateful to have been part of this amazing family ICS has become!” 

Danny, we are incredibly lucky to work alongside you and are overwhelmed with your dedication to our team. Thank you for all that you have given and continue to give to ICS!

As we celebrate 25 years, we would like to share the testimonial of someone who has contributed to the growth of ICS since our early days. Danny, Safety & Quality Field Supervisor, is an ICS Veteran who has pursued our mission with us for over 23 years!

We asked Danny how he would describe ICS in one word, to which he responded “Trustworthy. Their strong reputation for ethical behavior puts ICS at the forefront of the industry. The love and compassion this company shows to its employees is astonishing, and I am truly grateful to have been part of this amazing family ICS has become!”

Danny, we are incredibly lucky to work alongside you and are overwhelmed with your dedication to our team. Thank you for all that you have given and continue to give to ICS!
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