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  1. 1. OHII Engiineerriing,, IInc.. was ffounded tto prroviide comprrehensiive enviirronmenttall and OH Eng nee ng nc was ounded o p ov de comp ehens ve env onmen a and engiineerriing serrviices tto prriivatte,, iindusttrriiall//commerrciiall and publliic secttorr clliientts.. eng nee ng se v ces o p va e ndus a comme c a and pub c sec o c en s Our Miissiion iis Siimplle:: Our M ss on s S mp e  Create and develop a consulting firm based on your needs and expectations. Not ours.  Consistently deliver more than expected while treating our clients as we ourselves would like to be treated. Fairly. Honestly. Openly.  Build long-term relationships based on results. Not promises.  Deliver turnkey solutions designed to save our clients time, money and effort. Our Serviices:: Our Serv ces Services we provide include: environmental assessments; Licensed Site Professional services; design, installation, operation and maintenance of soil and groundwater remediation systems; underground storage tank removals, installations and compliance; hydrogeological investigations; Geotechnical Investigations, facility environmental compliance activities; stormwater system design; water and sewer system design; septic system design; and environmental permitting. Our Clliientts IIncllude:: Our C en s nc ude  City of Revere  Middlesex Savings Bank  Fitchburg State College  Southeastern Economic Development Corp.  Massasoit School  Medway School District  Acuity Management  Silver Lake Regional Schools  Applied Biosystems  Town of Bridgewater  Augusta Holdings  Town of Franklin  Bristol Pacific  Town of Rochester  Churchill Forge Properties  Town of Wrentham  Dunham Realty  GDC Properties Management  Argus Construction  GFI Partners  Boro Sand and Stone  Independence Mall  Bovis Lend Lease  Norseman Properties  Clean Harbors Environmental Services  Altus Pharmaceuticals  Dowling Corporation  Cains Foods  Geologic Earth Exploration Corp.  Draka Cableteq  J&J Contractors  DRS Electric Power Tech  Paolini Construction  Exelon Generating Company  TMC Services  Helping Hands of America  Triumvirate Environmental  INCOM  Walsh Construction Co.  New England Gas Company  Paul’s Auto Service  Atlantic Design Engineers  Purecoat North  Bartlett Nuclear.  Rodman Ford  Doucet & Associates  Rosenfeld Realty  Hatch Mott MacDonald  Spotless Cleaners  McKenzie Engineering  Surf Cleaners  Merrikin Engineering  Townsend Ford  OccuHealth  United Housing Management  SGC Engineering  Varian Semi-Conductors  Vermont Electric Power Company  Anglo Irish Bank  Vin’s Cleaners  Bank of Canton  Water Solutions Group  Key Bank  Wayland Cleaners  Mansfield Bank  South Shore Cooperative Bank
  2. 2. ENVIIRONMENTAL SERVIICES ENV RONMENTAL SERV CES Qualliifiicatiions and Experiience Qua f cat ons and Exper ence Liicensed Siitte Proffessiionall Serviices L censed S e Pro ess ona Serv ces For projects in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, OHI Engineering, Inc. offers Licensed Site Professional (LSP) services to ensure that the work is completed in accordance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). We have the technical knowledge and experience to define and remediate existing problems, meet regulatory criteria, implement management plans and use treatment technologies that work. The issues at a given site are identified and evaluated to assess the nature and extent of the environmental impact. We work within our clients’ business plan and limitations to recommend sound remediation and/or investigative techniques that are proven and cost-effective. Our LSPs have over 50 years of combined experience in assessment, remediation and regulatory compliance. We have provided services for sites impacted by a wide-range of contaminants including petroleum products, chlorinated solvents, PCBs, metals, and other industrial chemicals. Our projects have included sudden releases of industrial chemicals and petroleum, PCB releases to soil, groundwater and surface water, releases of fuel oil at residences, chlorinated solvent releases at metal working and dry cleaning establishments, among many others. We have significant experience in all aspects of the MCP including Immediate Response Actions, Release Abatement Measures, Utility-related Abatement Measures and Comprehensive Response Actions. We have prepared many Site Specific Risk Assessments and/or Activity and Use Limitations, which are effective tools, when used in the right setting, for minimizing remediation costs. Phone: 508-339-3929 OHI Engineering, Inc. 44 Wood Avenue Fax: 508-339-3140 Mansfield, MA 02048-1255
  3. 3. Consttructtiion--Rellatted Serviices Cons ruc on Re a ed Serv ces OHI Engineering, Inc. has extensive experience in providing environmental consulting services for construction projects. Our services include preparation of Health and Safety Plans, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans, Dewatering Plans and Remediation General Permits, Dust Monitoring Plans and Excavated Materials Management Plans. Field services include excavation oversight, dust monitoring, soil screening, soil stockpiling over-sight including sampling and analysis, sampling and reporting for dewatering treatment systems, conducting Utility Related Abatement Measures, and other response actions in accordance with appropriate state regulations. Environmental services have been provided by OHI for work in contaminated areas during construction of athletic fields and parks, marinas, unpermitted solid waste landfill closure, airport improvements, large-scale underground utility projects, and municipal buildings. Phone: 508-339-3929 OHI Engineering, Inc. 44 Wood Avenue Fax: 508-339-3140 Mansfield, MA 02048-1255
  4. 4. Remediiattiion Serviices Remed a on Serv ces OHI Engineering, Inc. has expertise in a wide range of remediation services including emergency response coordination, oversight of contaminated soil excavation with both on-site stabilization and off-site disposal, and design of in situ chemical oxidation, dual phase extraction, product recovery, and bioremediation systems. We strive to find the best system for our clients, and do not try to force fit a single technology to Sites with different requirements. Our personnel have experience in developing specifications for bidding purposes, overseeing installation, and in providing turnkey design, installation, operation and maintenance services. Phone: 508-339-3929 OHI Engineering, Inc. 44 Wood Avenue Fax: 508-339-3140 Mansfield, MA 02048-1255
  5. 5. Enviironmenttall Assessmentts ffor Propertty Transffers Env ronmen a Assessmen s or Proper y Trans ers OHI Engineering, Inc. has extensive experience in conducting environmental assessments for property transfers including commercial/industrial, manufacturing, warehousing and residential properties. Environmental site assessments are regularly prepared in conformance with regulatory agency and private institution requirements prior to property transfers and for construction projects including utility and building projects. Information gained during an initial historical and records review allows us to make sound judgments regarding the appropriate level of investigation at a specific site. Hydrogeollogiicall and Geottechniicall Serviices Hydrogeo og ca and Geo echn ca Serv ces OHI Engineering, Inc. offers a broad range of services in the earth sciences and related disciplines through expertise in hydrogeology and engineering geology. Our expertise includes hazardous waste evaluations and groundwater contamination studies, wastewater discharge, underground utility construction and site drainage projects. We provide pre-construction geotechnical assessments, site design, and construction oversight. We use a multidisciplinary approach to identify issues that have the potential to hinder or even halt a project before construction begins. Phone: 508-339-3929 OHI Engineering, Inc. 44 Wood Avenue Fax: 508-339-3140 Mansfield, MA 02048-1255
  6. 6. Brownffiiellds Brown e ds Our environmental expertise coupled with our significant experience with civil engineering/infrastructure design makes us uniquely qualified to provide assessment, remediation and design services for Brownfields projects. We have been involved in residential housing, commercial and industrial projects that reuse abandoned, often contaminated, former industrial properties. OHI Engineering is familiar with funding mechanisms to aid our clients in obtaining funds necessary to complete these projects and local permitting processes. We are able to assist the owner with administering construction and remediation contractors and can also provide turnkey services if desired. IIndusttriiall Complliiance Serviices ndus r a Comp ance Serv ces As the field of waste management continues to grow in complexity, effective, cost-efficient solutions are sought to manage hazardous and non-hazardous waste, as well as products that pose a liability if mishandled. Compliance with the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) passed in 1986, OSHA, EPCRA and the Clean Air Act, and continually evolving state regulations necessitate the use of competent, knowledgeable and experienced waste management professionals to manage complex waste and disposal-site issues. OHI Engineering, Inc. has the knowledge and experience to assist clients in conducting facility compliance audits, and achieving and maintaining facility compliance. Phone: 508-339-3929 OHI Engineering, Inc. 44 Wood Avenue Fax: 508-339-3140 Mansfield, MA 02048-1255
  7. 7. PROJECT DESCRIPTION LICENSED SITE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Wastewater Treatment Plant OHI Engineering provided Licensed Site Professional Services for a release of 4,000 gallons of Ferric Chloride at a wastewater treatment facility in southeastern Massachusetts. Ferric chloride is a common compound used in wastewater treatment for pH adjustment. The release impacted soil, surface water, a detention basin and nearby wetland. OHI coordinated with the appropriate regulatory agencies and the emergency response contractor to complete remediation work and to restore the property to pre- release conditions. Site work was complicated as the release occurred during the winter holidays. Freezing temperatures and heavy rains added to the difficulty. Reference: Hank Suominen (617) 312-6800
  8. 8. PROJECT DESCRIPTION LICENSED SITE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Industrial Facility – Southeastern Massachusetts OHI Engineering is providing Licensed Site Professional services for an industrial facility in southeastern Massachusetts. The facility manufactures metallic plates for photoengraving purposes. As part of the manufacturing process, mineral spirits and other petroleum products are used for lubrication. A layer of these petroleum products has formed on the groundwater table due to leaks in the oil recovery system and from underground storage tanks. An extensive site assessment was conducted in the interior of the building. Issues overcome included small workspace, ensuring that manufacturing operations were not negatively affected, the significant thickness of the existing concrete slab and the fairly large extent of impact. In some wells, over three feet of non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) were identified. Free-product recovery is on-going. Periodic monitoring has indicated that NAPL layer thickness has been significantly reduced since the start of product recovery. OHI Engineering prepared submittals to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection that modified the groundwater classification at the site so that drinking water standards no longer have to be met resulting in a significant cost and time savings.
  9. 9. PROJECT DESCRIPTION LICENSED SITE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Residential Development – central Massachusetts OHI Engineering provided Licensed Site Professional Services for a property currently being developed as a residential subdivision. As is common near the hometown of Johnny Appleseed, this large property had been used as an apple orchard for approximately 100 years. Orchard operations included the application of pesticides including lead arsenate (pre-WW II) and DDT. Residual pesticides remained on-site at concentrations above the Massachusetts residential standard. An additional area of the farm included a “pit”, where concentrations of oil and leachable lead exceeded residential standards. OHI’s response action to address the oil and leachable lead at the “pit” included in-situ soil stabilization to reduce leachable lead concentrations to levels below those considered hazardous. The treated soil was excavated and hauled off-site for disposal. The appropriate reports and submittals were made to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. The area currently contains three newly constructed homes. The former pesticide mixing area had extremely high concentrations of organochlorine pesticides in soil. The soil was excavated and disposed of at a special facility in Quebec, Canada. Post- excavation sampling indicated that site conditions were suitable for residential construction and the site was closed. Reference: Steven Goodman (617) 292 - 0101
  10. 10. PROJECT DESCRIPTION CONSTRUCTION SERVICES Dumping Ground Remediation – southeastern MA OHI Engineering provided professional services to the site’s General Contractor during remediation of an unpermitted dumping ground located on State property. The unpermitted dumping ground contained approximately 35,000 cubic yards of solid waste including metals, trees and stumps, plastic, tires, glass and other debris, and soil. The material was excavated and screened. Soil was reused where appropriate and several waste streams were created for off-site disposal. . OHI prepared a Health and Safety Plan (HASP) and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). OHI’s on- site personnel conducted soil screening, dust monitoring and construction observation services during excavation activities, coordinated stockpiling procedures, collected samples for laboratory analysis of the stockpile and at the limits of excvation, and identified appropriate disposal facilities. A closure report was prepared for submitted to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. Reference: Steve Dowling (508) 384-7617
  11. 11. PROJECT DESCRIPTION LICENSED SITE PROFESSIONAL and CONSTRUCTION SERVICES New Police Facility – Boston, MA OHI Engineering provided professional services to the site’s General Contractor during construction of a new Police building in Boston, MA. The construction site previously contained a metal plating operation that contaminated the property with metals and chlorinated solvents. Site work was complicated due to the limited storage space available on the property for the soil stockpiles and due to winter weather conditions. OHI provided soil screening and construction observation services during excavation activities, coordinated stockpiling procedures, collected stockpile samples for laboratory analysis, and identified appropriate disposal facilities for the soil stockpiles. Reference: Travis Smith (978) 452-9898
  12. 12. PROJECT DESCRIPTION UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK CLOSURES OHI Engineering, Inc. has completed underground storage tank (UST) at numerous residential, industrial and commercial properties. Facilities have ranged from large multi-story factories to small commercial facilities and single family residences. OHI has prepared and obtained permits from local conservation commissions for work near wetland areas. In several cases, additional evaluation involving sampling and analysis of soil and/or groundwater samples as well as other regulatory compliance activities were required to resolve releases from the USTs. UST closures typically involve observation during excavation and removal of the tank, field screening of soil remaining after tank removal and sampling and laboratory analysis of soil and/or groundwater samples. In some cases, releases of petroleum or hazardous wastes are identified that require compliance with appropriate state regulations. OHI can guide you through the regulatory process in a cost effective and expeditious manner. In one case, an unknown UST was in a timely manner without significantly encountered during construction of a affecting the construction schedule. new residence on a lakeside property. The UST, which was full of #2 fuel oil, was located under the former residence that had been demolished. The UST was struck and released approximately 400 gallons of #2 oil; OHI coordinated with the appropriate regulatory agencies and oversaw remediation and cleanup including measures to limit impacts to the adjacent lake. This site was closed
  13. 13. PROJECT DESCRIPTION – Remediation LICENSED SITE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Silver Lake Regional High School During construction of an addition to the existing High School, soil and groundwater impacts associated with a former gasoline-containing underground storage tank were identified. The impacts caused construction issues relative to the installation of a portion of the stormwater control system. Due to the conditions encountered, notification of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection was required and subsequent activities have been conducted as an Immediate Response Action (IRA) in accordance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan. OHI Engineering developed the necessary health and safety procedures to allow installation of the stormwater system to proceed thereby avoiding delay to the construction schedule. Assessment activities were conducted to determine the extent of gasoline impacts to the soil and groundwater at the project site. A pilot test was conducted for design of a remediation system. High vacuum extraction was the chosen technology due to the presence of both soil and groundwater impacts in a relatively low permeability soil strata. The system was installed and operated until dissolved concentrations were reduced to below appropriate risk-based standards. Reference: David Lewek 781-829-8768
  14. 14. PROJECT DESCRIPTION LICENSED SITE PROFESSIONAL and CONSTRUCTION RELATED SERVICES New Police and Fire Facility – Revere, MA OHI Engineering provided professional services during construction of new Police Headquarters and Fire Station buildings in Revere MA. The construction site previously was a dumping ground that contained numerous strata of various fill materials containing elevated levels of metals and petroleum compounds. OHI provided soil screening and construction observation services during excavation activities, coordinated stockpiling procedures, collected stockpiles for laboratory analysis, and identified appropriate disposal facilities for the soil stockpiles. Approximately 4,000 cubic yards of soil were disposed of off-site. OHI provided Licensed Site Professional services and completed appropriate reports and submittals to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. Site closure required implementation of an Activity and Use Limitation (AUL) to control future exposures to impacted soil that was left on-Site. Reference: Captain James Guido (781) 286-8353
  15. 15. PROJECT DESCRIPTION LICENSED SITE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES John D. McGovern Middle School Medway, Massachusetts The John D. McGovern Middle School in Medway, Massachusetts, contracted the services of OHI Engineering Inc. to oversee the removal of a historic underground storage tank located behind the school. During the removal of the tank, petroleum impacts to the soil where noted. Due to the conditions encountered, notification of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection was required and subsequent activities where conducted as an Immediate Response Action in accordance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan. OHI oversaw the removal of the tank, disposal of the tank and contaminated soil, and subsequent closure operations while taking into consideration the special concerns of the Site as a functioning school. OHI developed a comprehensive plan to ensure that a condition of no significant risk was present at the Site. Assessment activities were conducted to determine the extent of the petroleum impacts to soil, groundwater and air. Soil borings and groundwater monitoring wells did not detect further petroleum impacts. To ensure the safety and health of the occupants of the Site OHI conducted a soil-gas survey by installing probes adjacent to the building in the vicinity of the release. Subsequent to the assessment operations at the Site a Class A-2 Response Action Outcome Statement was submitted. Reference: Jim MacLean 508-889-1939
  16. 16. PROJECT DESCRIPTION ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS OHI Engineering, Inc. has completed environmental site assessments at numerous industrial and commercial properties. The assessments were completed in accordance with ASTM standard practices. Facilities have ranged from large multi-story factories to small commercial facilities. The assessments are typically performed as a component of a property transaction. In several cases, additional evaluation involving sampling and analysis of soil and/or groundwater samples were required to resolve potential recognized environmental conditions. Environmental Site Assessments typically involve a review of historical information, town files, state files, and a site visit. Potential recognized environmental conditions are identified and resolved through further evaluation. Subsurface investigations may be warranted to resolve potential recognized environmental conditions. OHI Engineering strives to complete the work in a scientifically defensible manner while being sensitive to overall cost and timeframe. We have extensive and wide ranging expertise in subsurface investigations, determination of aquifer characteristics and fate and transport evaluations.
  17. 17. PROJECT DESCRIPTION HYDROGEOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS OHI Engineering provides professional services for hydrogeologic evaluations for wastewater treatment facilities and subsurface absorption systems, stormwater management and for contaminant plume migration studies. The evaluations typically include installation of groundwater monitoring wells, field tests to determine soil permeability and conductivity, and computer mounding simulations to determine future groundwater conditions. A Hydrogeological Evaluation was conducted for a 24,200 gallon per day soil absorption system associated with a private wastewater treatment facility for a residential development. OHI installed a series of monitoring wells, conducted field testing, determined existing high groundwater conditions using the Frimpter Method, and prepared a 3D groundwater model using Visual Visual ModFlow was used to model a ModFlow. A Hydrogeological plume migrating from for a Evaluation Report was submitted to and contaminated property. Future approved by the Massachusetts projections of plume migration were Department of Environmental Protection used to evaluate monitoring well as part of the wastewater treatment plant locations and for planning response permitting process. actions. An evaluation of an existing septic system was conducted to determine the separation distance between an existing leach field and groundwater table. The analysis included installation of groundwater monitoring wells, field testing and computer simulation of the expected mound using the Hantush Method.
  18. 18. James R.. Borrebach,, PE,, LSP James R Borrebach PE LSP Priinciipall P r nc pa Educattiion Educa on Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1982, B.S. Civil Engineering Certtiiffiicattiions Cer ca ons Certified OSHA 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Site Operations (CFR 1910.120) Certified OSHA 24 Hour Emergency Site Specialist (CFR 1910.120) Certified 8 Hour Site Supervisor (CFR 1910.120) Liicensure L censure Registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts, Vermont and Rhode Island Licensed Site Professional (LSP) in Massachusetts Qualliiffiicattiions Qua ca ons Mr. Borrebach has over twenty seven years of professional experience in civil and environmental engineering and science. His expertise includes: environmental site assessments; hazardous waste site investigations; site remediation and cleanup design, permitting and installation; environmental monitoring and management for handling/disposal of contaminated soil encountered during building, underground utility, open space (parks) and roadway construction projects; Underground Storage Tank removals; hydrogeologic investigations, and permit filings under numerous state and local development and environmental statutes. His expertise also includes: engineering site design for residential, commercial and industrial projects, storm water control system evaluation and design, design of retaining walls, sewer systems and water supply systems. He is a Licensed Site Professional in Massachusetts, and a registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He has served as the Licensed Site Professional (LSP) of record where a release of oil or hazardous materials required the implementation of sound response actions in compliance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). The releases included: releases of gasoline and fuel oil from underground and above ground storage tanks at commercial and industrial facilities, power plants and residences; historical releases of oil and hazardous materials (OHM) at petroleum, commercial and industrial facilities; spills of petroleum and industrial chemicals from transportation accidents; and, releases of industrial chemicals due to fire. Mr. Borrebach has directed and completed Immediate Response Actions with associated plans and Response Action Outcome Statements at more than 100 contaminated sites. He has designed and implemented site clean ups involving: excavation of contaminated soil; soil vapor extraction; on-site soil treatment using thermal desorption, asphalt encapsulation, and bioremediation; groundwater pump and treat systems; in-situ chemical oxidation, and dual phase extraction. He has prepared hundreds of environmental site assessments in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York and Maine in compliance with ASTM standards or client specifications. The projects were completed for private parties, public entities and, small and large lending institutions. 1
  19. 19. Projjectt Experiience Pro ec Exper ence Mr. Borrebach was the Licensed Site Professional of Record for a release of approximately 600 gallons of PCB-containing transformer oil that occurred during decommissioning of an industrial site. The oil was released in close proximity to a major river in Massachusetts. Shortly after release, a large sheen was noted on the river, and immediate response actions were undertaken to place booms in the river to contain the sheen. The released oil moved onto a nearby beach and impacted the beach and the beach grasses. The release also affected soil in the vicinity of the vault system, sheet piling and piles along the riverfront. Another significant concern was the presence of shell fishing beds further downstream from the release. Assessment and remediation of the release included soil excavaction, cleaning and removal of the vault system, and remediation of the affected beachfront. A Site Specific Risk Assessment was prepared as impacts extended to surface water and sediments. The Risk Assessment showed that the remediation was successful in achieving a condition of no significant risk to human health, welfare, safety and the environment. Closure reports were prepared and submitted to the EPA and to the Massachusetts DEP. Work at the site was regulated by both the USEPA under TOSCA and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. He served as project Licensed Site Professional for several construction projects including the Teddy Ebersol fields in Boston, MA, the Boston Police Department facility in Roxbury, MA, runway improvements at Hanscom Field, the New Everett Park in Everett, MA, and closure of an unpermitted dumping ground in southeastern Massachusetts. These projects typically included soil screening, soil sampling and laboratory analysis, soil disposal facility identification and preparation of soil disposal paperwork, dust monitoring, health and safety plan preparation, preparation of Remediation General Permits and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans as well as submittals made to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to maintain compliance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan. Mr. Borrebach was the Licensed Site Professional of record for a release of over two hundred gallons of residential heating oil at an ocean front residence in Osterville, Massachusetts. Soils, both outside and underneath the residence were impacted by the release. Mr. Borrebach was responsible for developing a structural shoring system to support the three story residence while excavation was conducted underneath the foundation of the residence. An area of the foundation of over thirty linear feet was exposed during the excavation work with no impact to the stability of the structure. Localized groundwater extraction and treatment was also conducted. Remaining oil concentrations were reduced to the point where a Class A-2 Response Action Outcome was achieved. Mr. Borrebach has been involved in providing environmental reviews, assessments, remediation feasibility studies and closure reports for Underground Storage Tank removal projects at gasoline stations, industrial facilities, manufacturing companies and residences. His responsibilities included verifying soil and groundwater conditions through field screening techniques, developing and implementing remedial measures, and submittal of closure reports while ensuring compliance with local, state and federal regulations, and in coordination with owners, permitting agencies and contractors. He was responsible for the assessment of an industrial property where high concentrations of chlorinated solvents were discovered. He designed and implemented a remedial system pilot test and installed a dual phase extraction system for the simultaneous removal of soil vapor and groundwater. The design resulted in a groundwater extraction rate that was increased by a factor of ten over that achieved by a typical groundwater extraction well. The design included retrofitting existing monitoring wells to serve as extraction wells thereby resulting in a significant cost savings for system installation. Mr. Borrebach prepared the Release Abatement Measure 2
  20. 20. Plan (RAM Plan), Phase 1 Initial Site Investigation Report, and Tier Classification submittals for the Site in compliance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan. Groundwater analyses indicated a reduction in dissolved Chlorinated solvents of over ninety (90) percent after the first three months of system operation. He served as the Project Manager for site engineering design for a 172-unit housing development in Haverhill, Massachusetts. He was responsible for stormwater control system design, which included subsurface detention structures and improvements to the City of Haverhill combined sewer system to eliminate stormwater flow from the project area to the wastewater treatment plant. He was also responsible for site grading, sewer system design, design of the water supply system including off-site improvements, preparation of an Environmental Notification Form submitted under Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA), and for preparation of a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan under a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit for Construction Activities in Massachusetts. Mr. Borrebach served as the Project Manager for site engineering design at the Silver City Galleria in Taunton, Massachusetts. He was responsible for design of construction level drawings for site infrastructure including stormwater control system, sanitary sewer and water supply systems, site access and parking, site grading and retaining wall design, and design of a large-span arch culvert bridge crossing the Cotley River. Mr. Borrebach also managed the construction observation team and served as the environmental coordinator to maintain compliance with the Order of Conditions issued by the Taunton Conservation Commission. He was responsible for the engineering design of over 200 wireless telecommunications facilities. He was in responsible charge for site survey, wetland delineation and permitting, geotechnical and environmental studies, site infrastructure design, attendance at public meetings for local permitting, and construction observation services. Projects were completed in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maryland and Virginia. Mr. Borrebach served as Project Manager for hydrogeological investigations conducted for small wastewater treatment plants serving commercial and residential projects. The work included installation of groundwater monitoring wells, development of computer models to evaluate impacts to groundwater arising from the proposed wastewater treatment facility, and for preparation of reports and permit applications to the Massachusetts DEP. He served as Project Manager for design of an industrial wastewater treatment system for a manufacturing facility. He was responsible for data gathering to assess the quantity and quality of untreated effluent, and for design of a Reverse Osmosis treatment system with RO reject treatment via evaporation. 3
  21. 21. Dougllas C.. Morriison Doug as C Morr son Seniior Projject Manager Sen or Pro ect Manager Educattiion Educa on University of New Hampshire, 1981, B.S. Geology University of Colorado, 1982, (Graduate studies in Geology) Certtiiffiicattiions Cer ca ons OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 40-Hour Safety Training OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 8-Hour Supervisor’s Training OSHA.29.CFR.1910.120 Level A, B Certified OSHA.29.CFR.1910.120 Confined Space Certified Portable Gas Chromatograph Certified (1994) Affffiilliiattiions A a ons Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional Organization, Associate Member Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers American Congress on Surveying and Mapping National Water Well Association Qualliiffiicattiions Qua ca ons Mr. Morrison has over twenty five years experience on environmental engineering projects and construction/remediation projects throughout the continental United States. Mr. Morrison serves as a Senior Project Manager for OHI Engineering, Inc. He is responsible for the coordination and management of on-site project operations for sites being investigated under the MCP regulations, including assessment, field sampling investigations and remedial design and implementation and construction. Mr. Morrison also has many years in the survey/engineering field with a fundamental command on surveying principals as they apply to construction and remedial issues on the projects he has managed. His project experience includes assessment and geotechnical/construction management for major pipeline utilities, commercial, industrial and private petroleum- related spills and releases, including bulk fuel oil storage facilities and retail gasoline stations. Mr. Morrison’s duties involve the coordination and supervision of field investigation, sampling, Immediate Response Actions, Release Abatement Measures and remedial activities for waste disposal sites managed under the MCP in Massachusetts and under waste site cleanup regulations in all New England states. He has demonstrated his knowledge of the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) requirements by preparing Response Action Outcome Statements, Phase I through Phase V reports, Release Abatement Measures, and the filing of Activity and Use Limitations. Mr. Morrison has significant experience in completing Hazardous Waste Site cleanup operations in New York, New Jersey, Kentucky and Florida, serving as the on-site project manager for large-scale remedial projects.
  22. 22. Representative Project Experience Major Petroleum Bulk Storage and Energy Facilities Mr. Morrison served as the Project Geologist responsible for the coordination and management of project operations for major oil company retail facilities and active bulk terminals in eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Responsibilities have included design of monitoring well placement and construction; well log and soil interpretation, water quality sampling and monitoring; aquifer evaluation; data control and graphics preparation for detailed waste site disposal and hydrogeologic investigation reports. Mr. Morrison has been involved in all aspects of remedial system design from soil vent and sparging tests to aquifer pump tests and final implementation, as well as subcontractor coordination of the associated remedial systems. Mr. Morrison has been responsible for the project management of underground storage tank (UST) removal operations throughout New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont. His duties on these projects included the coordination of subcontractors, and supervision of field operations, data collection and management of the preparation of final closure reports for submittal to appropriate state regulators. Mr. Morrison has played a critical role in the performance of comprehensive hydrogeologic investigations and environmental site assessments for major national oil companies to assess the presence and evaluate the extent of petroleum hydrocarbon contamination. Duties on these projects included identifying and evaluating possible source areas, and identifying potential receptors of migrating contamination. Site history research and environmental assessment activities at these sites have included: review of current and historic property use; the characterization of subsurface soil; development of site-specific media sampling plans; preparation of the design and supervision of the installation of groundwater monitoring wells; soil and groundwater sampling; sample handling and coordination of appropriate laboratory analyses. Comprehensive Environmental Site Investigations - Fuel Oil Terminal Mr. Morrison served as the Project Geologist for a comprehensive site assessment at a major New England fuel oil terminal. His responsibilities included the coordination and implementation of all on-site field activities for petroleum plume delineation. The investigation included the installation of 38 groundwater monitoring wells (both in bedrock and in overburden), performance of test pits, and implementation of extensive soil gas surveys with mobile lab gas chromatography (GC) analyses. The project also involved the decommissioning and excavation/removal of over 500 miles of underground petroleum pipelines on terminal property and along right’s of ways. Other investigation duties included: surface water and soil sampling; complete site survey and data collection for map preparation; bedrock mapping and fracture trace analyses; extensive file and record reviews of both state and federal records; preparation of groundwater contour, bedrock, and subsurface utility plans (both historic and current), surficial topography maps and contaminant isopleth maps.
  23. 23. Briian G.. Snow,, P..G..,, L..S..P..,, L..E..P.. Br an G Snow P G L S P L E P Seniior Projject Manager Sen or Pro ect Manager Educattiion Educa on Framingham State College, B.S. Earth Science, 1992 Framingham State College, M.A. Business Administration, 2000 Certtiiffiicattiions Cer ca ons Certified OSHA 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Site Operations (CFR 1910.120) Certified 8 Hour Site Supervisor (CFR 1910.120) Liicensure L censure Licensed Site Professional (LSP) in Massachusetts Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) in Connecticut Licensed Professional Geologist (New Hampshire and Tennessee) Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator Grade I-2 ‘ Qualliiffiicattiions Qua ca ons Mr. Snow has over eighteen years of professional experience in environmental engineering and science. His expertise includes: site investigation, bedrock investigations, drinking water treatment, construction support and permitting, remedial design, remediation system construction, operation and decommissioning, property assessments, indoor air investigation, litigation support, insurance support, cost assessment, lifecycle costing, compliance assistance, reimbursement support, risk assessment, and most important regulatory closure. He has served as the Licensed Site Professional (LSP) of record for numerous response situations where the release of oil and hazardous materials required the implementation of sound response actions in compliance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). The releases included: releases of gasoline and fuel oil from underground and above ground storage tanks at commercial and industrial facilities, power plants and residences; historical releases of oil and hazardous materials (OHM) at petroleum, commercial and industrial facilities; spills of petroleum and industrial chemicals from transportation accidents; and, releases of industrial chemicals due to fire. Mr. Snow has directed and completed Immediate Response Actions with associated plans and Response Action Outcome Statements at more than fifty petroleum contaminated sites. He has designed and implemented site clean ups involving: excavation of contaminated soil; soil vapor extraction; on-site soil treatment using thermal desorption, asphalt encapsulation, and bioremediation; groundwater pump and treat systems; in-situ chemical oxidation, and dual phase extraction. He has prepared hundreds of environmental site assessments in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York and Maine in compliance with ASTM standards or client specifications. The projects were completed for private parties, public entities and, small and large lending institutions. 1
  24. 24. Projjectt Experiience Pro ec Exper ence Mr. Snow served as the Senior Project Manager and LSP for a project on the north shore (Massachusetts) where petroleum vapors were detected in a daycare adjacent to the client’s property. The project was also within the Zone A of a Class A surface water body. The project included the restarting and redesigning of an existing air sparge and soil vapor extraction system. During the other firm’s initial indoor air assessment and risk assessments, an Imminent Hazard (IH) was identified. At the client’s request, I reviewed indoor air assessment and risk assessment and revised the conclusions to more accurately evaluate risk posed by the client’s release. Subsequent investigations of vapor intrustion pathways included the installation of soil gas probes under and around the daycare at various depths, and sampling of indoor air, soil gas, groundwater, and soil. Numerous IH and substantial hazard evaluations were also completed using Method 3 Risk Characterization. A sulfur hexafluoride tracer gas study was conducted in order to determine the migration pathway of contaminants to the daycare. Contaminants not related to the disposal site were ruled out and attributed to the other remaining businesses in the daycare building. I prepared a Immediate Response Action (IRA) Plan, IRA Status Reports, an IRA Completion report, Phase I, II, III, IV, and V documents including a Remedy Operating Status Opinion for the site. I also designed the Phase II investigation, a pilot test, additional remedial components and demonstrated vacuum influence and source control. I also provided support for litigation related to the indoor air impacts and to previous parties contributing to the release(s). Mr. Snow was the Senior Project Manager and LSP for a former industrial site in western Massachusetts. The site was impacted with PCBs, Metals and petroleum products. A previous consulting firm conducted an ASTM Phase I for the owner prior to the purchase stating that the parcel was not likely impacted. Subsequently a second ASTM Phase I was conducted by a potential purchaser, leading to an ASTM Phase II Investigation. The property was previously utilized by a major electrical utility company, a junk yard, and machine shop. The property was also adjacent to multiple rail lines and had a former rail spur and siding through the property. He designed an MCP Phase II investigation to delineate the PCBs and metals. Since the project was not in compliance with MCP deadlines, revised deadlines were negotiated with the MassDEP and penalties were avoided. Impacts at the site extended beyond the property borders, requiring access to multiple parcels including property owned by the power company and the city. The project also included legal support with regard to potential suits against the power company (source of the PCBs) and the first consultant. The project included multiple meetings with counsel, opposing counsel, and the MassDEP to gain access and determine damages. Multpile cost estimates and scenarios were presented to counsel and the client regarding potential remedial and long term management costs. Draft AULs were prepared. TOSCA did not apply to the site and the PCBs were averaged to below S-1 Standards. Mr. Snow served as the Senior Project Manager and LSP for an emergency response in Lowell, Massachusetts. An owner of a restaurant complained to the Fire Department about petroleum vapors in the basement of their building. Mr. Snow met the Fire Department, Police Department, MassDEP, and Water and Sewer Department at the site. He determined the source of the release was a nearby gasoline station. A carbon filtration system was installed in the basement of the restaurant as well as a series of monitoring wells and soil gas probes. A soil vapor extraction system (SVES) pilot test was completed and a temporary SVES was installed to provide vacuum control and abate an IH condition created by an explosive condition in the sewer lines. The temporary SVES was operational on the second day after the complaint. Follow-up work included the preparation of MCP deliverables, correspondence with the MassDEP and Fire Department as well as the permanent design and install of the SVES and migration pathway assessment. 2
  25. 25. James F.. Dalley,, LSP James F Da ey LSP Projject Manager Pro ect Manager Educattiion Educa on University of Vermont, 1989, B.S. Geology Liicenses L censes Licensed Site Professional (LSP) Massachusetts Board of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Certtiiffiicattiions Cer ca ons Certified OSHA 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Site Operations (CFR 1910.120) Certified 8 Hour Site Supervisor (CFR 1910.120) Confined Space Entry Training Membershiips Membersh ps Licensed Site Professional Association National Groundwater Association Qualliiffiicattiions Qua ca ons Mr. Daley has over nineteen years of professional experience. His expertise includes: environmental, hydrogeologic and geotechnical site investigation, environmental remediation, waste management, water supply & wastewater evaluations, and related regulatory compliance reporting. Primary responsibilities include project management, budgeting and scheduling; work plan development; preparation of technical reports and correspondence; permitting, communication & coordination w/ regulatory officials; safety compliance; and data collection, management and quality assurance. General project experience includes waste site investigation; hydrogeologic evaluation & aquifer analysis; groundwater & contaminant modeling; storage tank closure; remediation design & implementation; waste management & disposal; geotechnical investigation, and other technical drilling projects. Projjectt Experiience Pro ec Exper ence Mr. Daley was the Project Manager for in-situ bioremediation project at a former industrial facility. He directed and managed installation of the treatment system to remediate a dissolved/adsorbed hydrocarbon plume. Mr. Daley was responsible for reporting, communication, and correspondence to regulatory agencies for acquisition of permits and approvals, and for coordination of agency site inspections. System operation required quarterly groundwater contaminant monitoring, and semi-annual bio- chemistry evaluations.
  26. 26. Mr. Daley was the Project Manager for remedial evaluations at former gasoline filling station sites where he managed site investigations, developed site conceptual models, and remedial cost analyses and feasibility evaluations. He prepared contractor bid documents for solicitation of bids for remediation. Mr. Daley performed SVE, and groundwater extraction pilot testing, and prepared pilot testing report and developed remediation plans. Mr. Daley managed the comprehensive site investigation and remediation of a perchloroethylene/trichloroethylene release site. Contamination of nearby public water supply wells and complex geologic setting required special assessment methodologies, and QA/QC procedures, which were conducted with a high level of regulatory oversight, and public involvement. He constructed 3D computer model for mapping/modeling of site geology and contaminant plume, prepared the Preliminary Site Investigation Report, and Work plan for completion of site characterization and initiation of remedial actions. In-situ biological and/or chemical remediation technologies were determined to be most feasible for this site. Mr. Daley provided oversight and coordination of emergency response & clean-up of a large PCB-oil release from an electric generation facility to a marine waterway and adjacent tidal areas. Involvement of EPA, Cost Guard, local officials and numerous contractors presented substantial technical, regulatory and political challenges. Remediation wastes classified as federally-regulated TSCA wastes required special handling & disposal procedures. He designed and implemented a soil, groundwater, surface water, and sediment sampling program in accordance with EPA PCB protocols. The site was successfully cleaned-up to satisfaction of EPA, DEP, and local officials. He produced all applicable regulatory submittals and correspondence including Immediate Response Action (IRA) Plan, IRA Completion, and Response Action Outcome (RAO) and Risk Characterization reports. Mr. Daley installed and operated data collection systems for monitoring of pumping tests; performed numerical analyses for determination of hydraulic conductivity values; and constructed groundwater models for simulations of conceptual pumping conditions for proposed irrigation and public water supply wells and for evaluation of contaminated sites. The computer models were used to delineate Zone II’s for proposed pumping conditions, and to evaluate contaminant transport adjacent to Superfund DNAPL site. He also performed numerous hydrogeological investigations and groundwater modeling for permitting of proposed wastewater treatment systems. The work included pumping and slug tests, installation and operation of data collection systems, numerical analysis of pumping/slug data, and construction of groundwater models for simulation of proposed wastewater injections. Mr. Daley was responsible for preparation of reports of investigations and modeling for submittal with permit applications. Mr. Daley provided oversight and technical support for clean-up of arsenic residue from pesticide applications at electric substation facilities. He designed and implemented assessment, remedial, wetlands protection and dust monitoring & control plans. During the remediation work, Mr. Daley provided oversight and coordination for management and disposal of waste soils and compliance with municipal and state regulations, and standard occupational safety practices. The Site was successfully cleaned-up to applicable risk standards.
  27. 27. Tiimothy J.. Maguiire T mothy J Magu re Enviironmentall Sciientiist Env ronmenta Sc ent st Educattiion Educa on Massachusetts Maritime Academy, 2003, B.S. Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Certtiiffiicattiions Cer ca ons USGBC LEED® Accredited Professional OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 40-Hour Safety Training OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 24-Hour Incident Commander Massachusetts Wastewater Certified Operator Grade 4-M Affffiilliiattiions A a ons American Institute of Biological Sciences Qualliiffiicattiions Qua ca ons Mr. Maguire has over five years experience in environmental projects and marine environmental projects throughout the continental United States. Mr. Maguire serves as an Environmental Scientist for OHI Engineering, Inc. He is responsible for the coordination of on-site project operations for sites being investigated under the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) regulations, including assessment, field sampling investigations and remedial implementation. His project experience includes assessments of commercial, industrial and private petroleum-related spills and releases, including bulk fuel oil storage facilities and retail gasoline stations. Mr. Maguire’s duties involve the coordination and supervision of field investigation, sampling, Immediate Response Actions, Release Abatement Measures and remedial activities for waste disposal sites managed under the MCP in Massachusetts and under waste site cleanup regulations in all New England states. He has demonstrated his knowledge of the MCP requirements by preparing Response Action Outcome Statements, Phase I through Phase V reports, Release Abatement Measures, and the filing of Activity and Use Limitations.
  28. 28. Deanna D.. Trudeau Deanna D Trudeau Enviironmentall Engiineer Env ronmenta Eng neer Educattiion Educa on B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Notre Dame, 1985 Certtiiffiicattiions Cer ca ons Certified OSHA 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Site Operations (CFR 1910.120) Certified 8 Hour Site Supervisor (CFR 1910.120) Engineer in Training Affffiilliiattiions A a ons American Institute of Chemical Engineers Society of Women Engineers Qualliiffiicattiions Qua ca ons Ms. Trudeau has 17 years of experience in environmental engineering and consulting. Her expertise includes: environmental site assessments; air emissions and air pollution controls; contaminated soil management; hazardous materials and hazardous waste management; storm water pollution prevention and permitting; underground storage tank investigations, closure and remediation; and environmental reporting such as Toxics Release Inventory Reporting. Ms. Trudeau is an Environmental Engineer with responsibilities including environmental and RCRA compliance reporting, Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, indoor air quality investigations, and industrial hygiene surveys. She is responsible for data interpretation, conformance with regulatory requirements, and reporting with detailed recommended response actions. Projjectt Experiience Pro ec Exper ence Ms. Trudeau managed a multi-faceted environmental protection and natural resources conservation program for five years. The work was conducted for a highly-visible US Marine Corps installation that encompassed 433 acres and supported nearly 6,000 personnel. For her efforts, Ms. Trudeau received the Commander-in-Chief’s Special Recognition for Installation Excellence and the USMC Federal Environmental Engineer of the Year award.

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