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Being a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) in MA and a Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) in CT, Jeff will be providing technical support on projects throughout New England. Jeff has over 25 years of experience on a wide variety of projects, including retail petroleum projects, PCB-impacted sites, and PFAS investigations. “Jeff is a great addition to our team. He brings a wealth of experience and excellent relationships with existing EnviroTrac clients as well as an established
Based on revenues in 2018, EnviroTrac is once again listed as one of the top environmental firms in the U.S., ranked at No. 169 by Engineering News Record (ENR). The Top 200 firm’s revenues totaled over $57 billion with domestic revenue showing a 6% increase from 2017. “A strong U.S. economy has resulted in more opportunities for us in the remedial construction market,” says President & CEO Joe Byrnes, noting that thus far in 2019
EnviroTrac is committed to supporting our communities and client charity programs. One, in particular, is the “Sheetz For the Kidz” charity drive, which was held in Pinehurst, NC on May 20th this year. EnviroTrac was proud to be a VIP Sponsor that helped Sheetz raise over $600,000 to donate to local Feeding America® food banks. This charity provides hunger relief to children struggling throughout the states in which Sheetz operates: Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, West
EnviroTrac was a proud sponsor of the 34th Annual EECMA Conference held this month in Orlando. The Environmental and Emerging Claims Managers Association (EECMA) is an informal group of property and casualty insurers and reinsurers. EECMA members are focused on continued education about the many issues surrounding emerging risks, environmental, asbestos, and other long-term exposure litigation that continues to challenge insurers and our policyholders. Chris Giacchino and Joe Byrnes attended on behalf of EnviroTrac.
EnviroTrac was awarded a 3-year contract with the New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) for the removal of PCB impacted soils at various schools throughout the five boroughs. The contract value is up to $6,000,000 over the 3-year period. Each summer recess period, EnviroTrac will be assigned a number of work orders at multiple schools to address Non-Hazardous and Hazardous PCB impacted soils located in interior and exterior courtyards. EnviroTrac will be responsible for