West Coast Safety

COMANCO Safety Department conducted safety audits for some of our ongoing projects on the West coast.  Audit results were good for all projects visited. In fact, safety has a strong presence in all projects and the attitude of the crew …

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Welcoming new employees

Please join us in welcoming two more new employees who recently began working in our Accounting Department.  A warm welcome to Melissa Terrify and Xitlalic Kallio! Melissa is our new Controller and comes to us with a vast amount of accounting …

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COMANCO performs Stormwater Maintenance Work in Orlando

The COMANCO Team has started on a stormwater maintenance project for the Rocket Boulevard Truck Maintenance Facility in Orlando, FL earlier this month. The project scope consists of erosion control installation, stormwater concrete and pipe demolition, grading and excavation, and …

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Welcoming our New Employees!

Please join us in welcoming our two new Project Engineers, Daniel Ward and William Drury, who will be responsible for providing engineering support to our Estimators and Project Managers while promoting the COMANCO brand:  Safety, Quality and Service. Daniel Ward …

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COMANCO Completes Cover System at Sebree Landfill

This past Saturday, COMANCO Environmental finished installing a 3-acre geosynthetic cap at the Sebree Landfill in Robards, Kentucky. The cap system consisted of a 16-oz/sy NW geotextile, a double-sided 300-mil gas vent geocomposite layer, a textured 60-mil HDPE geomembrane and …

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Dunphy Sulfuric Facility – 2nd Mob

COMANCO has returned to complete the liner installation at Dunphy Sulfuric Storage Facility in Western Nevada. The project consists of 80 MIL HDPE textured liner supply and install and extrusion welding to HDPE embed channel at sidewall and storage tank …

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Mining Project in Northern Nevada

The heap leach pad expansion project near Lovelock, Nevada has deployed over 1,500,000 square feet of 80-mil double sided HDPE geomembrane and reinforced geosynthetic clay liner (GCL). The 28 man crew led by superintendent Martin Calderon has encountered strong winds, …

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MASKS ON

Masks, encapsulating suit, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), and other gear are all required when dealing with a hazardous material situation. At COMANCO, we aim not only to provide required training, but more importantly to make sure the training is meaningful …

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COMANCO Starts Landfill Closure in Kentucky

Earlier this week, COMANCO Environmental started a 3-acre closure project at Sebree Landfill in Robards, KY. COMANCO has been contactracted to install a 4-layer geosynthetic cover system over an existing capped landfill. The materials to be deployed over the prepared …

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