Granite Mountain Memorial (GMMA)
GMMA is an icon representing Butte’s mining heritage. In 1917, one of the deadliest disasters in metal mining history occurred. Pioneer successfully completed Superfund remediation within the strict confines of an existing community, turning a previously unusable area into a viable community park. Learn More »
McLaren Tailings Reclamation
The McLaren Tailings Site has contributed to acid mine drainage into the Butte Soda Creek, which leads to Yellowstone Park. Pioneer Technical developed a corrective design to stabilize surrounding water sources and removed mine tailings.
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Whitney Canyon Gas Plant
Whitney Canyon Gas Plant was closed due to declining gas production; Pioneer Technical has been brought in to reclaim the site.
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Welcome to Pioneer Technical Services, Inc.
Pioneer Technical Services, Inc. is an employee-owned full-service engineering and environmental services firm. Pioneer’s corporate office is located in Butte, Montana, with branch offices throughout the northwest.
Pioneer was founded as an environmental science and engineering firm, and to this day that work remains our focus. The scope and breadth of our projects dictated that we expand our skills. Today, we are also a premier civil engineering, construction management, land surveying and materials testing firm dedicated to providing innovative solutions that enable our clients to build and maintain a competitive advantage.
Pioneer provides our customers with start to finish support so they can confidently address their engineering needs. Our corporate strategy is to complete each project as quickly and efficiently as possible without compromising quality. This strategy results in a large percentage of return business, allowing employees to maintain productivity and minimize marketing-related overhead expense.
As technology advances and our world changes, we stand ready to solve problems, meet deadlines, and deliver superior performance to all of our clients.
Pioneer Technical Services, Inc. (Pioneer) Opens New Office in Bozeman
April 10, 2013
Pioneer Technical Services, Inc. (Pioneer) headquartered in Butte, Montana, announces the opening of a new office in Bozeman, Montana, that will combine the experience and expertise of two previously separated engineering offices in the Gallatin Valley. Pioneer is moving the Belgrade and Bozeman offices into one centralized office at 106 Pronghorn Trail, Suite A. With 11 employees, the new Pioneer Bozeman office will combine engineers and technicians from both the previous locations, and will specialize in Geotechnical Engineering, Geotechnical Testing, Landslides and Slopes, Retaining Walls, Foundation Support, Hydrology/Hydraulic Engineering, and a wide array of Environmental and Civil Engineering services.
Mark Meyer, P.E., (email@example.com) will manage the new office located at 106 Pronghorn Trail, Suite A, Bozeman, MT 59718, (406) 388-8578.
Interstate-Callahan Rock Dumps Remedial Action
Pioneer Technical was hired by the Coeur d’Alene Trust to take remedial action on the Interstate-Callahan Upper and Lower Rock Dumps. This project included excavating, loading, hauling approximately 183,000 bank cubic yards of mine wastes from the Read more »
Copper Mountain Sports and Recreation Complex
Pioneer completed planning, design, and construction-phased engineering support for the Copper Mountain Sports and Recreation Complex, a new park facility, including approximately 1 mile of new pedestrian and bicycle trails. The project included deta Read more »
Class II Landfill
Pioneer planned, designed, and provided construction oversight services for two 10-acre lateral expansions at the Butte-Silver Bow County Class II Municipal Solid Waste Landfill (Phase 2 expansion in 1998 and Phase 3 expansion in 2008). These project Read more »
Greenway Trail Pedestrian Bridges
Pioneer Technical Services, Inc. (Pioneer) assisted with the development of the trail system and facilities master plan for the Silver Bow Creek Greenway, a 26-mile corridor along Silver Bow Creek in Southwest Montana. The objective of the Greenway i Read more »