A solution-based company, JMT is mindful of current trends and guidelines governing environmental protocol, incorporating the newest technology with years of experience to assist our customers with timely and effective solutions to their needs.
In 2005, JMT added hydro-excavation to its lists of available services. Cutting and removing soil with water and vacuum, hydro-excavating is a safe and non-destructive method of excavating. Water is forcibly directed at the desired ground surface while the truck’s vacuum lifts the resulting debris into the body of the truck, clearing the hole as it is being excavated. This equipment is especially useful excavating around utilities already in the ground. The water jet will not damage electric, gas, phone or pipe lines already in place, as a backhoe or other heavy-duty excavator could. Hydro-excavation is exempt from Pennsylvania’s “One Call” utility notification system (Act 199); JMT can respond immediately to an emergency excavation requirement, effectively and safely.
JMT is far from a newcomer to vacuum technology. Vacuum trucks and Guzzlers have long been a staple in the company’s arsenal. From liquids and sludge to dirt and soot, vacuum trucks are deployed regularly, effectively cleaning tanks and job sites of chemical waste and debris. This is done at a rate more cost effective than attempting removal by hand or other means.
JMT provides construction professionals, equipment operators, environmental field technicians and environmental scientists whose education, experience and dedication allow JMT to be a one-stop compliance resource.
The firm can provide 24/7 response service for fuel spills, hazardous material cleanup and cargo spill cleanup. As a general industrial contractor, JMT can meet a wide variety of needs, from heavy transport, site development, and roadway construction, to infrastructure development.
JMT can take a clean or brownfield site, remove debris, contour the site, install foundations, complete pads with water, gas, sewer and electric service installed, and turn the site over to a builder.
Specialty equipment used in environmental response can also be used for industrial, commercial and residential development work. Power vacuum “Guzzlers” can pick up liquids, solids, dirt, rock and slurry.