Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
Design of Soil, Soil Vapor, and Groundwater Remediation Systems
Subsurface Piping Networks Design
Free-product and Groundwater Recovery Systems Design
Sub-slab Depressurization Systems Design
Landfill Caps Design
B.S.E., Environmental Engineering - Tulane University
Joshua Levine is a registered Professional Engineer with over nineteen years of experience in the environmental consulting industry. Mr. Levine has been supervising the investigation and remediation of Brownfield Sites in New York City over the past eleven years and prior to that, conducted remediation design and supervision of remedial actions for industrial and petroleum industry clients across the mid-Atlantic and northeast regions of the United States. Mr. Levine has a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from Tulane University.
Mr. Levine has supervised remediation and closure of sites in the New York State Brownfields Cleanup Program, State Superfund Program, Spills Program, New York City Voluntary Cleanup Program, and E-designation Program. In addition, Mr. Levine has designed, supervised, and certified the implementation of dozens of soil, groundwater, and soil vapor remedies within the New York City metropolitan region, working with federal, state, and local regulators, real estate developers, and environmental attorneys to successfully navigate the regulatory process and complete the remediation of contaminated sites in a cost-effective and timely manner. Mr. Levine has managed USEPA Class V injection well closures and Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, and has designed and installed soil, soil vapor, and groundwater remediation systems, subsurface piping networks, free-product and groundwater recovery systems, sub-slab depressurization systems, and landfill caps.