Bayview Environmental Services is currently performing asbestos remediation for the decommissioning of the 640-megawatt electric power generating station composed of four conventional natural gas–fired electric steam generating units. (Units 1 through 4) Unit 5 is a peaking natural gas–fired simple-cycle combustion turbine generation unit. Units 1, 2, and 5 were retired in 2003 and Units 3 and 4 in 2016. The project also includes an administration/office building, maintenance shop/storage buildings, chemical building, fire hose shacks and main control rooms located within Units 3 and 4. Our scope of work covers removing thousands of feet of TSI piping, boiler insulation and fire bricks throughout the Units as well as removing an abundance of transite siding and piping located all over the site. This specific project requires a large work force and access to some of the areas is extremely limited. Our highly trained personnel will be working off scaffolding that spans nearly 135 feet high with confined space along with all the surrounding elements that presents a challenge that few companies in our industry can execute. Our Southern California branch is pleased to be selected as the contractor for this project as it encompasses many technical challenges involved with our trade.