Leveraging Technology: Reducing Environmental Compliance Risk at an International Airport

April 4, 2018

An Environmental Management Information System (EMIS) is frequently a critical component of an effective Environmental Management System (EMS). Many regulated entities, including airports and airlines are investing in EMIS solutions to help manage their environmental …

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March 17, 2018

Join Us At The Environmental Information Association Conference and Exhibition (EAI) Hyatt Regency Mission Bay 1441 Quivira Road San Diego, CA 92109 Speaker Sessions Monday, March 19 Session 9 : Vapor Mitigation System QA/QC Benjamin Hestir, …

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Stormwater: A Frequently Overlooked but Potentially Costly Construction Management Issue

March 16, 2018

Storm management can be an overlooked aspect of construction management that can result in a multitude of unanticipated costs and the need for additional contractors on a project. For property owners, stormwater may be a …

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Terracon Leads Efforts for “Legacy” Oilfield Site Reclamation

November 17, 2017

Thousands of oil and gas wells have been drilled in North Dakota over the past six decades – many long before the environmental regulations of today were in place. Today, some of the sites damaged …

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Geotechnical Acquisitions Bolster Terracon’s Mid-Atlantic Resources

November 2, 2017

Five Offices Now Serving Washington, D.C., Metro Area OLATHE, Kan. – Terracon is pleased to announce its acquisition of Washington, D.C., area firms GeoConcepts Engineering, Inc. (GeoConcepts) and GeoCapitol Engineering, LLC (GeoCapitol). By bringing these …

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We have an App for that: Bringing Efficiency to Process

September 24, 2017

Saving time and money on your next environmental site assessment just got a little easier. Terracon’s new Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) Field App allows assessors to be more efficient while conducting the site reconnaissance and …

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Incentive for Innovation: Assessment Strategies for Tax Incentives Drive Brownfield Site Redevelopment

April 26, 2017

Safely restoring a contaminated property and helping find purpose in its reuse is one of the most rewarding opportunities an environmental consultant can have. It requires a collaborative team with the creative vision to see …

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What Lies Beneath; Uncovering Denver’s Legacy

September 9, 2016

Many of Terracon’s materials technicians came to their profession based on a fascination of how things are built. When it comes to items built in the past, the level of care and passion that went …

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Bridging Sensitive Streams: Environmental survey helps a bridge replacement move forward while protecting rare fish species

July 22, 2016

When a Tennessee highway department looking to replace a box culvert bridge realized that the stream below might contain endangered species, an environmental survey was needed before work could continue. Terracon environmental professionals answered the …

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Silica Exposure Limits: Changing the Way You Work

April 7, 2016

Silica: It is everywhere and, unfortunately, some of the most common forms of silica can present serious respiratory hazards to people, especially those on a construction site. Recently, silica became an even bigger concern for …

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