Caterpillar developed the Program to deliver value driven pricing and exceptional customer support designed to meet individualized Customer’s requirements. More than a simple credit facility, the program, which features an unsecured line of credit, is reserved for the most creditworthy contractors operating at the national level. Contractors accepted into the program have access to all Caterpillar dealerships across the country. Parts, repairs, […]

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In an industry where safety is fundamental, there is a universally accepted measurement: the Experience Modification Rating (EMR). It is a measurement used by the insurance industry to credit or penalize a company’s specific safety history. An “average” company pays 100% of its insurance premium and scores an EMR of 1.00. Exceed 1.00 and you […]

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Director of Client Services, Bill Bradican, attended the annual “Best Projects” awards ceremony conducted by Engineering News-Record Magazine and was presented with a Safety Award by the nationally acclaimed publication. The ENR Best Projects contest is an annual juried competition featuring entries from across the country and across the construction industry. SCE’s award winning effort […]

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SCE deployed crews to Dover, DE to perform emergency lead removal activities. Over 20 workers mobilized within twenty-four hours and worked around-the-clock to meet a deadline. The project yielded no accidents, incidents or injuries. Special thanks to Bill Bradican, Nate Butler, Ted Shone, Dean Argenta and Russ Enos for the efficient management of this effort.

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SCE Environmental has just wrapped up the 2nd Quarter of 2016. Interested in seeing some of our projects? Baltimore, Teterboro Airport, a building on the National Register of Historic Places in New York City and more. Click the icon to download our newsletter and see SCE on the move.

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SCE recently completed the demolition of a former NJ hotel coated with approximately 10,000 square feet of asbestos-containing stucco siding. SCE utilized a 110,000 lb. excavator equipped with a grapple incorporating “wet method” abatement through a State variance. The structure was sufficiently wetted during demolition to ensure that debris loaded into lined containers produced no […]

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