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Gaining the trust of the most trusted: or, how emergency responders can help you put out project fires before they start

Gaining the trust of the most trusted: or, how emergency responders can help you put out project fires before they start

​Emergency responders are trained to run in when everyone else is running away—they’re the ones you want on the scene, from accidents to fires to natural disasters to public hearings.

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May 25th, 2017

by Jeff Wiese

industries Health Care Education

Integrated Hydrologic Modeling: Better Information, Better Decisions

Integrated Hydrologic Modeling: Better Information, Better Decisions
David Hay

Ever wonder how your groundwater modeling consultant estimated recharge? Or why an assumed fraction of average annual precipitation was uniformly applied everywhere? What happens with runoff in ephemeral drainages? Why is the recharge estimate so important?

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May 23rd, 2017

by David Hay

Implementing bioremediation at environmental cleanup sites: TRC experts weigh in at leading industry conference

Implementing bioremediation at environmental cleanup sites: TRC experts weigh in at leading industry conference

TRC experts are making several presentations at the Battelle conference about innovative approaches they have developed for implementing and monitoring bioremediation and the use of naturally-occurring or deliberately-introduced micro-organisms to break down environmental pollutants.

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May 17th, 2017

topic Remediation

Coal Ash Construction Roles: Three Approaches to Project Management

Coal Ash Construction Roles: Three Approaches to Project Management

​When it comes to managing coal ash mitigation and closure projects, site owners have multiple options for engagement and managing costs.

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May 8th, 2017

by Michael Amstadt, P.E. Douglas Genthe, P.E., D.GE

topics Coal Ash

industries Generation Utilities

How TRC helped turn a Superfund site into one of Indiana’s biggest solar farms

How TRC helped turn a Superfund site into one of Indiana’s biggest solar farms
Doug Kilmer, P.G.

​As solar power project developers look to old brownfields sites to host photovoltaic arrays, one of the most impressive new examples of the trend is in Kokomo, Indiana, where Inovateus Solar and Alterra Power officially opened a 21,000-panel, 7-megawatt solar PV system in April.

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May 3rd, 2017

by Doug Kilmer, P.G.

topics Renewable Energy

industries Generation Industrial

Iron sulfide: The “miracle mineral” in environmental remediation

Iron sulfide: The “miracle mineral” in environmental remediation
Jessica  Barros, P.E.

Whether it’s treating an arsenic spill at a railroad site or releases of chromium and other metals or metal-cleaning solvents at manufacturing sites, a mineral marrying iron and sulfur -iron sulfide- is emerging as a powerful and versatile tool in the environmental remediation toolbox.

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Apr 26th, 2017

by Jessica Barros, P.E.

topic Remediation

industry Industrial

TRC and partners win $1 million grant for engineering innovative New York microgrid

TRC and partners win $1 million grant for engineering innovative New York microgrid
Robert Callender

TRC is proud to support Huntington, NY bolster power reliability and climate-change resiliency with a sophisticated new “community microgrid’’ combining solar energy, a fuel cell, biogas and traditional natural gas to deliver electricity and heat to local customers and institutions.

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Apr 20th, 2017

by Robert Callender

topic Microgrids

industry Government

A billion-dollar BrewDog: TRC advises private-equity client on major craft beer investment deal

A billion-dollar BrewDog: TRC advises private-equity client on major craft beer investment deal
William  Nitch-Smith

​When one of America’s leading private-equity companies decided recently to buy a stake in one of the world’s fastest-growing craft-beer brewers​​, the deal team sought advice from TRC.

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Apr 19th, 2017

by William Nitch-Smith

topics Transactional Due Diligence

industries Commercial Financial

TRC archaeologists help Albuquerque rediscover relics of its historic past

TRC archaeologists help Albuquerque rediscover relics of its historic past

TRC was hired by city planners to determine whether significant historical remains associated with the 1880s to 1930s rail yards had been buried, and if so, what they could reveal about early Albuquerque.

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Apr 17th, 2017

by Kenneth L. Brown, Ph.D., RPA

industries Government Transportation