Solois Engineering has opened its first environmental engineering office in New York.
Online PR News – 06-January-2011 – – The office is headed by Richard Cardigan, who has more than 30 years of environmental consulting experience New York and the northeastern United States.
"Solois Engineering’s newest office strengthens its position in the New York marketplace by integrating construction and environmental services under a highly experienced management team," said Evan Erlichman,CEO.
Cardigan, principal scientist and manager of the new office, has extensive experience in the investigation and remediation of “Superfund” sites, inactive hazardous waste sites, active and decommissioned industrial facilities, and brownfields. His work in the New York metropolitan area includes environmental due diligence and redevelopment strategies for contaminated urban, industrial and waterfront properties.
Cardigan has provided environmental services to Fortune 500 clients in the aerospace, automotive, electronics, petroleum, and chemical manufacturing industries, as well as public utilities and solid waste management corporations. He also has served federal, state and municipal government clients, including the Navy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Postal Service, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and the New York City School Construction Authority.
Solois Engineering is a leading national provider of specialized services and engineering solutions for clients in manufacturing, commercial, infrastructure, and process industries.
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