Edward J. Weagle, LSP, LEP, CHMM

Principal Geologist


Contact Information

Phone: (781) 569-4000

Email: eweagle@rouxinc.com

Location: Burlington, MA

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Massachusetts Contingency Plan Compliance

Brownfields Redevelopment Projects

Vapor Intrusion Assessment and Mitigation

Due Diligence Assessments and Evaluations

Soil Management Projects


BS, Geology - University of Massachusetts Amherst

Edward J. Weagle, LSP, LEP, CHMM

Principal Geologist

Mr. Weagle is a Geologist with over thirty years of experience in site assessment and remediation, due diligence, and brownfields redevelopment projects. He holds a BS in Geology from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Mr. Weagle is a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) in the State of Connecticut, and is credentialed as a Certified Hazardous Material Manager (CHMM) by the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management (IHMM). He is currently a Principal Geologist at Roux. Mr. Weagle’s past experience includes former positions as the environmental team leader at a specialty consulting firm, and as a regulator at two regional offices of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup. He has managed, implemented, overseen, and/or reviewed hundreds of site investigations and remediation projects at properties with impacted soil, sediment, groundwater, and/or indoor air. Mr. Weagle’s specialties include compliance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) requirements, vapor intrusion assessment and mitigation, soil management, and brownfields redevelopment projects.

representative projects
  • Greylock Mill, North Adams, Massachusetts. Assisted architect/developer client in evaluating historical and due diligence assessment results at brownfield former textile mill/aluminum tubing manufacturer/anodizer. Advised client’s attorney in negotiating liability relief in the form of a Covenant-not-to-Sue from the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. Management of soil during site redevelopment activities. Implemented a Temporary Solution under the MCP, including long-term groundwater monitoring to assess contamination attenuation and progress toward a permanent solution.
  • Former National Metals, West Springfield, Massachusetts. Assisted a multinational manufacturing company in performing due diligence divestment of a former manufacturing facility that performed machining, degreasing, painting, and plating. Assessment of releases of petroleum and volatile organic compounds from historic operations. Installation and long-term operation of a large sub-slab depressurization system designed to mitigate vapor intrusion, potentially posing Imminent Hazard conditions in a large industrial building. Assessment and mitigation of potential off-property impacts.
  • Former Wireland Products Company, Springfield, Massachusetts. Assisted attorney client in evaluating due diligence results and feasibility of redeveloping a former wire manufacturing brownfield into commercial offices and a healthcare facility. Assessment and evaluation of separate phase oil. Assessment of vapor intrusion in several buildings. Designed sub-slab depressurization systems, performed site-specific risk assessment, and implemented deed restriction/institutional controls to achieve a timely and protective permanent solution with conditions under the MCP, facilitating the sale of the property to a new owner.
  • Berkshire Innovation Center, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Assisted quasi-public redevelopment authority with regulatory compliance and contaminated soil management during construction of new research and development (R&D) facility on land formerly occupied by a transformer manufacturing facility. The property is subject to a complicated Environmental Restriction and Easement (ERE) and unique regulatory requirements under a consent decree negotiated among multiple parties and regulatory agencies. Interface with state and federal regulators to obtain required approvals under the ERE.
  • Scrap Metal Recycling Facility, Chicopee, Massachusetts. Assisted family-owned business in the performance of due diligence assessment for a specialty metal recycling facility, as part of family member divestment. Excavation and removal of lead-impacted soil that had migrated onto abutting residential properties. Management of contaminated soil during site improvements, including building additions and concrete pads and pavement to improve facility operations. Developed long-term temporary solution remedy for the on-site management of impacted soil generated from contaminated soil excavations, avoiding costly off-site disposal.