GZA Participates in Opening of the First State-Owned Zero Net Energy Building

Date: 
Mon, 01/09/2012 - 7:00pm

DANVERS AND NORWOOD MA, ISSUED, January 10, 2012… GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., a leading environmental and geotechnical consulting firm, recently joined in the celebration of the opening of the first state-owned Zero Net Energy Building (ZNEB), a Health and Student Services Building at North Shore Community College in Danvers, MA.

Oil & Gas

With experience dating back to the late 70’s, GZA inherently understands the particular issues facing the oil and gas industry and translates that understanding to pragmatic approaches that address the economic, environmental and social impacts associated with asset development.

Chief Financial Officer

Chief financial officer (CFO) roles—and the organizational structures in which CFOs operate—vary significantly across organizations. Based on Bridgestar’s experience and interviews, the organization’s budget size and the complexity of its programs and revenue sources drive how the CFO role is configured—and how the role evolves over time.

Power

With extensive experience providing multi-disciplinary engineering services to power-sector clients since 1964, GZA is a trusted partner to facility owners, and the developers, engineers, contractors and attorneys who serve them.

With clear communication, strong regulatory understanding and a history of successful team collaboration, GZA is immersed in the details of planning, siting, permitting, designing, building, upgrading, and dismantling energy facilities. 

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Gary McAllister
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207.358.5120

Organic Carbon plus Zero Valent Iron for Residual DNAPL Remediation with Minimal Daughter Product Migration

Author: 
Karen Kinsella, Edward Summerly, Stephen Andrus and John Hartley
Date: 
Mon, 06/10/2013 - 12:00am

Paper given at Battelle's Second International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies, June 10-13, 2013, Jacksonville, FL.  ABSTRACT:  A former electroplating facility in a heavily developed urban area had source area tetrachloroethene (PCE) concentrations of 9,180 micrograms per liter (µ/L).  This is approximately 6% of PCE's aqueous solubility, implying the presence of residual dense, non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL).  The dissolved-phase plume had migrated offsite.   READ

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