Roux will attend the UNH Career Center’s fall Career & Internship Fair. Click here for tips on how to prepare for the fair.
Roux will be joining Tufts University, who hosts career fairs in the spring and fall. Registration is available through Jumbo Jobs in the summer for their fall fair and late in the fall semester for their spring fair.
Roux Associates will be one of 80 employers at Lehigh University’s 2016 Fall Career Expo, where our associates will have the opportunity to engage with students from all majors interested in internships, co-ops, and full time employment opportunities.
Thursday, September 15: Technical Full-Time Recruiting Day
Roux Associates will have a booth during Pennsylvania State University’s Technical Full-Time Recruiting Day, as part of the university’s Fall Career Days.
June 15, 2016 Members of Roux Associates attended the Annual American Friends of Rabin Medical Center (AFRMC) & Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) Celebration of New York Real Estate and Finance at One World Trade Center. Pictured above are Roux’s Vice President/Principal Hydrogeologist Sin Senh (far left) and Business Development Associate Daniel Sihksnel (far right), and Noam Gafni of Berko Associates (second from left).
Wednesday, June 29th • 2:00pm (EST)
Presenter: Chase Gerbig, Senior Engineer
Contaminated historic fill presents a unique risk to anyone acquiring, developing, or liable for a contaminated property. Specifically, it may not be identified in ASTM International Phase I environmental site assessments. Due to the disperse nature of contaminated historic fill, it may not be identified in preliminary site investigations either. When encountered unexpectedly, this type of fill can be more costly to address than other “traditional” sources of environmental contamination.
What is contaminated historic fill? In short, it’s dirty dirt. Generally speaking, contaminated historic fill is a catchall term used to describe contaminated material deposited to raise the elevation at a site. The material was contaminated at the source of the fill; therefore, the contaminants in the fill are unrelated to activity at the site where it was deposited.
Real estate development and remediation projects, particularly in cities that have industrial legacies, frequently encounter contaminated historic fill and have to manage the material. When contaminated fill is identified ahead of time and strategies are in place to manage the material, it can be handled rather painlessly. However, when the fill shows up as a surprise over the course of unrelated site work, it can have far ranging financial and schedule implications.
Through several case studies, this webinar will discuss types of contaminated historic fill and how to identify its sources, typical contaminants, and most importantly, strategies Roux Associates has used to help clients manage risks and costs associated with contaminated historic fill.
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