Ben specializes in overseeing and managing all facets of environmental investigation and remediation projects for private clients, local and state governments, and federal agencies. Specific environmental factors include brownfields redevelopment; hazardous waste site investigation and remediation; Phase I and Phase II site assessments; UST and AST evaluations, compliance, removals, installations, and closures; remediation system design, installation, operation and maintenance, and closure; landfill siting, monitoring, closure, and post-closure compliance; environmental facility compliance assessments and monitoring; water, wastewater, and septic treatment system evaluation, selection, design, and repairs/upgrades; environmental assessments and remediation associated with building sites; facility decommissioning surveys (e.g., asbestos, mold, lead, regulated materials); groundwater evaluation/monitoring and remediation associated with spills and leaks of regulated materials; and permitting and permit compliance (air, stormwater discharge, NPDES). Project sites include former industrial properties, landfills, shooting ranges, military facilities, orchards, gas stations, petroleum refineries, and chemical plants.
Ben is a licensed professional engineer in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania and holds a Maryland Underground Storage Tank Remover license. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University and is a member of the York County Economic Alliance, and Manufacturer’s Association of South Central PA.
He is currently overseeing multiple projects in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania including a 2,000,000-square-foot industrial building redevelopment, spill response and remediation at a trucking terminal, and the redevelopment of a former marine construction facility.