Hammonton, NJ

Location

GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
856 So. White Horse Pike Suite 1
Hammonton, NJ 08037
United States
Phone: 609-567-9330
Fax: 609-567-9335
39° 37' 16.248" N, 74° 46' 30.2268" W
Contact Name: 
Charles Risley
Contact Phone: 
609-481-3910
Contact Email: 
charles.risley@gza.com

Grand Rapids, MI

Location

GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc./Rose & Westra, a Division of GZA
The Widdicomb Building, 601 Fifth Street NW Suite 102
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
United States
Phone: 616.258.7201
Fax: 616-288-3327
42° 53' 31.992" N, 85° 34' 17.1372" W
Contact Name: 
Mark Westra
Contact Phone: 
616.258.7201
Contact Email: 
mark.westra@gza.com

Portland, ME

Location

GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
477 Congress Street Suite 700
Portland, ME 04101
United States
Phone: 207-879-9190
Fax: 207-879-0099
43° 39' 25.2432" N, 70° 15' 34.92" W
Contact Name: 
Christopher Snow, P.E., Office Manager
Contact Phone: 
207-358-5118
Contact Email: 
christopher.snow@gza.com

Bob Palermo Speaks to "Moles" About Tappan Zee Bridge Project

Date: 
Wed, 05/07/2014 - 12:00am

Robert J. Palermo of GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. and Walter J. Reichert of Tappen Zee Constructors, LLC delivered a presentation entitled Tappen Zee Bridge Reconstruction – Foundation Design and Construction to The Moles at the May 7, 2014 Dinner Meeting. The Moles is a National Organization composed of individuals now or formerly engaged in the construction of tunnel, subway, sewer, foundation, marine, sub-aqueous or other heavy construction projects.  Both Robert Palermo and Walter Reichert are members of The Moles.

Laurel Oil & Gas Corp.

 

Laurel Oil and Gas Corp. is a respected leader in project management and consultancy services for oil and gas operators.  For more than 20 years, Laurel has provided engineering staff and independent consultants to operators in the Appalachian Basin and other parts of the United States.

BSCES - "Old Wells, New Frontiers - Integrating Environmental Stewardship in the Search for New England's Natural Gas"

Author: 
David L. Palmerton, Jr. CPG, CHMM
Date: 
Fri, 02/28/2014 - 12:00am

In 1859, two years before Abraham Lincoln was sworn in as president and the first shots of the Civil War were fired, Edwin Drake drilled the first commercial oil well in Titusville, Pennsylvania. For more than 150 years, oil and gas development has cycled through boom and bust years in the Appalachian Basin.

Contact: 
For more information:

Pages

Subscribe to GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. RSS