ChemTrack was the Prime Contractor. The objective of this project was to safely abate and demolish the ACS power house building and decommission the power house water supply well located inside the building in Northway, Alaska. The power house building had asbestos-containing material (ACM) inside the building and the surfaces were covered with paint containing PCBs and lead. Various other hazardous materials, including mercury switches, transformers, and PCB-containing oil, were also removed from the building. After the hazardous materials were safely abated and containerized, the building was demolished. Additional work at the site included removal of 100 tons of petroleum-contaminated soil under the footprint of the building and decommissioning of the water supply well that was located on the site. The water supply well was 14 inches in diameter, 82 feet deep, and known to contain petroleum contamination. Prior to decommissioning the water supply well, free product was removed from the well. The 100 tons of petroleum, oil, and lubricant (POL) was transported to Fairbanks for thermal remediation (incineration).