Press Releases 2013

CAPE Becomes 1 of 15 SSPC-QS 1 Certified Contractors (August 2013)

CAPE recently became one of only 15 contractors in the United States to be certified as a QS 1 Advanced Quality Management System (QMS) contractor by the Society for Protective Coatings (SPCC). SSPC-QS 1 requires painting and coatings contractors to implement and document a reliable QMS in support of its operations to ensure that the contractor has the operational capability and management systems to deliver projects meeting or exceeding the specifications and client needs. CAPE is also an SSPC-QP 1 certified contractor for the field application of coatings for complex structures, which CAPE provides as part of its turnkey inspection, repair, and construction services for fuel systems.  More Details 

CAPE One of ENR’s Top 200 Environmental Firms (August 2013)

CAPE was listed as one of top 200 (#153) environmental firms by Engineering News-Record (ENR).    
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CAPE Moves Up List of Top 500 Hispanic Businesses in the Nation (August 2013)

CAPE moved up one spot from #64 to #63 in the Hispanic Business Magazine’s top 500 Hispanic-owned firms in the U.S. CAPE is the fourth largest Hispanic-owned firm in Georgia.   More Details

2012 EBJ Gold Business Achievement (March 2013)

Cape Environmental Management Inc. (Norcross, GA ), winner of a 2012 Business Achievement Award in the mid-size firm category (revenue between $20 million and $100 million) for 43% growth in its environmental revenue over the past two years, from $26.5 million in 2010 to $38 million in 2012. This growth has been achieved across many market areas, including work for commercial/industrial clients and the federal government, with the biggest increase in environmental remediation for the U.S. Air Force. Cape’s 12-year history of working with Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC), as well as its success in achieving site closures at military bases, resulted in its winning “fence-to-fence” performance-based remediation contracts at Robins Air Force Base (AFB), Joint Base San Antonio, the former Griffiss AFB, and the former K.I. Sawyer AFB.   More Details

Base Consolidation Unit Project Highlighted in “The Military Engineer” (January 2013)

Under a Remedial Action Contract with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific, CAPE constructed four new containment cells within Andersen Air Force Base (AFB) Guam base consolidation unit. The consolidation unit is the primary disposal location for all nonhazardous contaminated soil removed from Andersen AFB Installation Restoration Program sites. As noted in an article in the Society of American Military Engineers’ magazine, The Military Engineer, the use of the consolidation unit reduces a significant expense to transport and dispose of waste to the mainland.  More Details

CAPE Receives 2012 EBJ Business Achievement Award (January 2013)

The Environmental Business Journal® (EBJ), a business research publication that provides high value strategic business intelligence to the environmental industry, has chosen CAPE to receive the Gold Business Achievement award for mid-sized firms. CAPE will receive the award on March 6, 2013 at the EBJ’s 11th Annual Environmental Industry Summit in San Diego, CA.

2012 business award logoCAPE was selected based on its 43% growth in its environmental revenue over the past 2 years. This growth has been achieved across many market areas, including work for commercial/industrial clients and the federal government, with the biggest increase in environmental remediation for the U.S. Air Force. CAPE’s 12-year history of working with Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC), as well as its success in achieving site closures at military bases, resulted in its winning “fence-to-fence” performance-based remediation contracts at Robins Air Force Base (AFB), Joint Base San Antonio, the former Griffiss AFB, and the former K.I. Sawyer AFB. With periods of performance of up to 9 years and total value of $86 million, these four contracts alone have provided a sustainable base of environmental revenue, allowing CAPE to invest in other parts of its business. For example, from 2011 to 2012, CAPE’s military munitions response sales increased 23%, and sales of fuel system inspections, repair, and construction services increased 25%. CAPE has also expanded its presence outside the U.S. and is currently performing work in Guam, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, and Afghanistan.  More Details 

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