Providing a wide range of mine reclamation services for 25 years, Pioneer assists various state and federal agencies (state departments of environmental quality, EPA, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Army Corp of Engineers) with all aspects of abandoned mine land (AML) reclamation. This includes initial site identification through reclamation construction efforts. For each project, Pioneer works with the client to address the unique characteristics of the mine and area, remediation requirements, and potential future use of the land. We offer clients inventory, ranking, and planning resources along with engineering design and construction management services.

Site Investigation
Preliminary Assessment
EE/CA – Risk Assess/Alternatives Analysis
Reclamation Design/Specifications
Construction Specifications/Bid Package
Construction Management/Oversight
Long-Term Monitoring/Reporting
Services Include:
Site Investigation
Preliminary Assessment
EE/CA – Risk Assess/Alternatives Analysis
Reclamation Design/Specifications
Construction Specifications/Bid Package
Construction Management/Oversight
Long-Term Monitoring/Reporting
Associated Projects
Installing conduit through the Mike Horse Dam Mike Horse Dam

2017 Update: Pioneer provides engineering and environmental remediation services to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP) and other agencies under

Remedial Action

Within the Upper Basin of the Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex Superfund Site, the Interstate-Callahan mine was one of the largest producers of ore

Opportunity Ponds Wetlands Design

Pioneer has led the design and construction of some of the largest wetland creation, restoration, and enhancement projects in the northwestern United States. With experience

McLaren Reclamation

National Award Winning project. The McLaren Tailings Abandoned Mine Site (Site) is an abandoned hardrock mine/mill site listed on the DEQ/MWRCB Priority Sites List based

Remedial Design

The Snowshoe Mine Site was an abandoned hardrock mine site listed on the Montana Department of Environmental Quality/Mine Waste Cleanup Bureau (DEQ/MWCB) Priority Sites List,

Remediation

The GMMA project consisted of capping 62 acres of exposed mine wastes, 1.5 miles of American Disabilities Association (ADA) multi-use trails, 1.2 miles of walking