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LFI Awarded Multiple, Two Year Environmental Contracts with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

By: Russell H. Brooks, P.G. | Senior Engineer


Linebach Funkhouser, Inc. (LFI) has been awarded two contracts with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet-Division of Environmental Analysis.  One is a two year contract for Statewide Underground Storage Tank/Hazardous Materials Services (UST/HazMat).  This is a work order-based contract with a value of $2,000,000. Services for this contract include investigating and remediating UST/HazMat sites on highway right-of-ways prior to highway construction.  Linebach Funkhouser has been providing these services as a pre-qualified consultant since 2003.


The second is a two year contract for Statewide Environmental Investigations and Remediation Services for Kentucky Transportation Cabinet-owned facilities.  This is also a work order-based contract with a value of $2,000,000.  Services for this contract include Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CECRLA) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) based site assessments, evaluations, remedial plans and compliance reviews in accordance with RCRA, CERCLA, the Clean Water Act and related US EPA regulations, and Kentucky UST regulations.  This contract covers facilities located in Highway Districts 1-6.  Linebach Funkhouser has been providing these services as a pre-qualified consultant since 2006.


Linebach Funkhouser is a pre-qualified consultant with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet in the following areas:


HAZMAT Preliminary Site Assessment

HAZMAT Site Reconnaissance

HAZMAT Remediation Services

UST Preliminary Site Assessment

UST Leak Detection/Monitoring

UST Removal/Disposal

UST Site Remediation Services

Mr. Russell Brooks, manager of these contracts, has worked with Linebach Funkhouser, Inc. for nearly 10 years. In his current role, Mr. Brooks leads the government services group assisting various local, state and federal clients with soil, water, and waste issues. 

Mr. Brooks can be reached by calling 502.895.5009.

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