CDM Smith at BATTELLE 2018
Sunday, April 8
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
ITRC Training: Integrated DNAPL-LNAPL Site Characterization and Tool Selection with Tamzen Macbeth & Ryan Wymore. Room: Exhibit Hall
1:00 - 5:00 PM
Introduction to Stakeholder Engagement: Using Social Methodology to Strengthen Your Relationships with the Public with Melissa Harclerode. Room: Exhibit Hall
Monday, April 9
Selection, Design, and Construction of a Multilevel Groundwater Monitoring Systemwith John Dougherty. Room: Smoketree
Advancing Hazardous Waste Characterization and Remediation Capacity in a Developing Country: Agent Orange Case Study in Vietnam with Kent Sorenson. Room: Catalina (Renaissance Hotel)
State of the Practice: Heat-Enhanced In Situ Remediation with Tamzen Macbeth. Room: Pemrose
Dioxin Remediation at the Da Nang Airport Using the Incremental Sampling Methodology for Soil and Sediment Confirmation Sampling with Jeff Bamer. Room: Catalina (Renaissance Hotel)
4:30 - 6:30 PM (Exhibit Hall)
Poster #: 120—Abiotic Dechlorination of Chlorinated Ethene by Naturally-Occurring Ferrous Minerals under Aerobic and Anaerobic Conditions with Charles Schaefer. Room: Exhibit Hall
Tuesday, April 10
ITRC’s Guidance for Characterization and Remediation of Fractured Bedrock: Part 2 Remediation with Ryan Wymore. Room: Smoketree
Targeted Permeability Enhancement and ZVI Emplacement to Improve In Situ Bioremediation of a High-Concentration Source with Nathan Smith. Room: Primrose C
Continuous Indoor Air Sampling to Understand Variable Concentrations of Trichloroethene in a Complex Industrial Facility with Cannon Silver. Room: Pasadena (Renaissance Hotel)
ITRC Training: Characterization and Remediation in Fractured Rock with Tamzen Macbeth and Ryan Wymore.
Wednesday, April 11
The Use of Adaptive Management Approaches in Support of Remedial Design/Remedial Action at Two Superfund Sites with Ryan Wymore. Room: Smoketree
Use of Flux Measurement for Remedial Design Optimization of a Combined Remedy for Source Treatment and Large Dilute Plume Management with Tamzen Macbeth. Room: Primrose D
Performance of Combined Bioremediation and ZVI Emplacement Remedy for Chlorinated Solvent Source Treatment with Neil Smith. Room: Smoketree
Building a Remedy with the End in Mind: Advances in Adaptive Management for Efficient Cleanup of Complex Sites moderated by Tamzen Macbeth. Room: Primrose D
Risk Communication in Emerging Contaminants: NGWA PFAS Guidance with Melissa Harclerode. Room: Primrose A
4:30 - 6:30 PM (Exhibit Hall)
Poster #146—Developing Optimized Remedies for Complex Sites: Technology Assignment Framework, Sustainability, and Resiliency with Melissa Harclerode
Poster #20—Treatment of AFFF-Impacted Groundwater Using an Electrochemical and Biological Treatment Train Approach with Charles Schaefer
Poster #51—Comprehensive and Innovative Guidance for DNAPL Site Characterization and Remediation: Capturing Lessons Learned through Collaboration with Ryan Wymore
Thursday, April 12
In Situ Chemical Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium in Groundwater at an Industrial Site near Athens, Greece with Ole Henseler. Room: Pasadena (Renaissance Hotel)
2:40 PMIncorporating Climate Change into Long-Term Remedies and Operation and Maintenance Plans with Lucinda Pype. Room: Primrose D
CDM Smith values people: our clients, our employees, and project stakeholders alike.
I hold everything we do to the highest standard and strive to go the extra mile to exceed expectations.
CDM Smith emphasizes technical excellence and is filled with exceptionally bright and motivated people.
It’s important that project findings be supported by high quality data and that the decision-making process is aided by those results.
Being honest with yourself and others is essential for human interaction and sustained accomplishment.
My motivation as a project manager is to harmonise all the stakeholders’ interests.