Tag: EPA

Enhancing Community Environmental Resilience Through Brownfield Revitalization and Process-based Stream Restoration

By Christina Hiegel, PE, and Colin Barry, PG, CFM Environmental challenges are among the concerns many communities grapple with as they strategically plan to become more resilient and ensure a strong, vibrant future. Two frequently occurring environmental challenges are the revitalization of brownfield sites in protection of human and environmental health and the restoration of… Read More »

Lawful Remediation: Enlisting U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Assistance

All environmentally contaminated sites are not created equal. Don’t misunderstand; they’re all complicated in their own way, but some can prove particularly challenging when it comes to environmental cleanup. Certain scenarios are so potentially toxic that they warrant involvement by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the federal entity tasked with abating and controlling pollution… Read More »

End Goal Helps Clients Obtain Success

By Scott Wilson, PSS, and Pete Kolaszewski, PE From working on thousands of projects over the years, we’ve learned that communities find the most success when they start with the end in mind, especially on complicated projects involving multiple grants and funding sources. Most communities feel the pinch of tight budgets and need to rely… Read More »