Large image of a crane lifting a moveable building into place on a dirt-covered site. Inset image of many metal drums compressed under earth.

Celebration of the Zone A Drum Removal at the Pasco Landfill

After more than 30 years of environmental study and remedial actions, the cleanup of the Pasco Landfill Superfund Site reached a major milestone this year with the removal of more than 35,000 drums of waste from the Zone A industrial waste area of the closed landfill.

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Office Happenings

Floyd|Snider Summer Hours

We are implementing summer hours for July and August! For these 2 months, our office will be closed on Fridays while our employees enjoy the precious Pacific Northwest summer.

Kim poses at night or a rocky shoreline with a mussel cage. She wears a bright yellow safety vest and hat. The Port of Tacoma cranes, lights, and cargo vessels fill the background.
B Corp Values

Floyd|Snider Staff Volunteers in Commencement Bay

We are proud of the volunteer work that Kim Mahoney does with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Stormwater Action Monitoring (SAM) Mussel Monitoring Survey. Kim joined Floyd|Snider in early 2022 as an Environmental Planner.

A drone image of the Cantera site during construction. Dirt piles and excavation equipment fill the image, bordered by grass on the left and a road on the right

Construction Completion for Time Oil Facility

Associate Principal Lynn Grochala and the project team have reached a milestone at the Former Time Oil Seattle Terminals Site, an 11-acre former bulk fuel facility situated on the shoreline of Salmon Bay in Seattle, Washington.