MidAtlantic recently hosted employees and their families for some brews and BBQ as we said good-bye to Summer. It was an exciting time for the group to come face to face with the many team members that have joined MidAtlantic since the pandemic began. Everyone enjoyed refreshing beverages by Screamin’ Hill Brewery and amazing food by Sweet Lucy’s Smokehouse. A great time was had by all!
The Barnegat lighthouse, colloquially known as “Old Barney”, serves as a beacon of light to guide mariners home from a long passage at sea or a summer time ritual destination for visitors to Long Beach Island, NJ. MidAtlantic Engineering provided drone survey services to our client. HMR Architects is performing a detailed survey to restore the lighthouse to New Jersey Historical Preservation standards. As we sail into Labor Day weekend may the light shine bright and all stay healthy.
With ecommerce growth and new industrial/commercial facility prices soaring, our New York City and Philadelphia clients are looking for affordable alternatives. MidAtlantic had the opportunity to support our client’s purchase of the former Sunbury Textile Mills in the City of Sunbury, Pennsylvania. The former Sunbury Textile Mill operated for over 125 years before recently closing their doors during the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in the loss of over 100 jobs. We completed a Phase I ESA in accordance with ASTM Standard E 1527-13, Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments and 40 CFR Part 312, Innocent Landowners, Standards for Conducting All Appropriate Inquiries (the All Appropriate Inquiries [AAI] Rule) at the property. The project gave MidAtlantic the opportunity to inspect a piece of United States manufacturing history, and the sale will lead to the return of jobs and industry to the City of Sunbury.
MidAtlantic, under contract with the USGS New York, performed emergency underwater weld repairs to sensors located in Lake Ontario at Pulaski, New York. The sensors are vital to understand the lake water level and wave height. MidAtlantic secured the sensor conduit to the bulkhead.
The MidAtlantic environmental team recently supervised the removal of this 4,000-gallon capacity, double-walled, fiberglass underground storage tank that was used to store diesel fuel for an emergency generator at a local hospital. Upon removal of the UST, MidAtlantic conducted the Site Investigation required by the Tech Regs for the eventual RAO.
We hope everyone enjoys the holiday weekend! Here is a shot of Lady Liberty, taken by our Waterfront Services team from the deck of the MidAtlantic dive operations vessel.
MidAtlantic recently installed vapor monitoring points in an apartment building. The points are used to verify that the installed sub-slab depressurization system is functioning properly to protect residents from potentially harmful contaminated vapors. #midatlantic #environmental #engineer #healthandsafety #siteremediation #LSRP