Tetra Tech EC, Inc. at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard

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Tetra Tech EC Responds to Whistleblower Lawsuits

Tetra Tech EC is disappointed that the Department of Justice has decided to pursue baseless charges against Tetra Tech EC. Tetra Tech EC has worked with the Navy and identified isolated instances of past employee misconduct at Hunters Point, and took corrective measures to prevent the recurrence of any such misconduct. […]

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Tetra Tech EC’s Response to the NRC Regarding Greenaction Petition

On September 19, 2018, Tetra Tech EC submitted a response to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission outlining why Greenaction’s petition to the NRC to revoke Tetra Tech EC’s radiological materials license is procedurally flawed and substantively inaccurate.

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Letter from Tetra Tech Regarding May 14 Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting

Dear Members of the Land Use and Transportation Committee of the City and County of San Francisco: We are deeply disappointed that you invited Tetra Tech EC to appear at the May 14, 2018 Land Use and Transportation Committee hearing and then would not let us speak to clear up the false allegations made by plaintiffs’ attorneys about the quality and safety of our work at Hunters Point Shipyard for the U.S. Navy. […]

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Navy Expresses Interest in Tetra Tech’s Offer to Pay for and Hire Independent Contractor to Re-test Its Work at Hunters Point Shipyard

The Navy has responded and shown interest in an offer made by Tetra Tech EC, Inc. (TtEC) to hire an independent, third-party contractor at the company’s expense and re-test its work to provide assurances to the Navy and community that the cleanup was properly done and conforms to Navy standards. […]

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Statement by Dr. William Brownlie, Tetra Tech Chief Engineer, at April 25, 2018, Press Conference

First and foremost, I want to report that Tetra Tech fully stands by the work of our subsidiary Tetra Tech EC, Inc., that has been helping clean up Hunters Point Naval Shipyard since 2002.

We want to assure the residents and neighbors of Hunters Point that what we did was proper and followed all the Navy and regulator guidelines, protocols, and work plans. Along with many other contractors, we have worked hard to clean up and make the shipyard safe for future use. Since 2002, that has been our primary goal. […]

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Statement about Tetra Tech’s Offer to Pay for Independent Testing of Hunters Point Naval Shipyard

The contractor that has worked for the U.S. Navy to clean the Hunters Point Shipyard and prepare it for redevelopment reacted strongly today to claims that its work is faulty and offered to hire and pay for an independent third-party consultant to retest its work to provide assurances to the Navy and community that the cleanup was properly done and conforms to Navy standards. […]

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