Vapor Intrusion Webinar – Recording now available!
In this webinar we were pleased to have as a special guest speaker Mark Quimby, Senior Consultant at SME. His presentation discussed case studies of large sites where an innovative preemptive vapor barrier technology was applied to save time and money. The sites discussed were >500,000 square-feet and used an innovative approach to reduce construction time. He was joined by Ryan Miller, East Region Manager at Land Science, who discussed technologies to mitigate vapor intrusion.
About the Presenters:
Senior Consultant, SME
Throughout his 14-year professional career, Mark Quimby, Senior Consultant at SME, a leading regional multi-service engineering and consulting firm and valued Land Science client, has established himself as a top expert in the field of assessing and mitigating petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and methane vapor intrusion sites. During this time, he has designed and installed dozens of vapor intrusion mitigation approaches inclusive of sub slab passive venting, multiple types of vapor barriers, active sub slab depressurization, and passive interceptor trenches. In addition, he has secured and managed over $50 million in local, state, and federal incentives that include grants, loans, tax abatements and credits, and tax increment financing.
East Region Manager, Land Science
Ryan Miller is the East Region Manager for Land Science, a division of REGENESIS, Inc. Ryan’s role includes providing technical support in the design and installation of TerraShield, Nitra-Seal, MonoShield and Retro-Coat vapor mitigation systems, and educating the environmental community on advancements in vapor intrusion barrier technology, implementation, and quality control. Ryan has extensive experience in the environmental consulting industry, most recently working on brownfield redevelopment projects and specializing in vapor intrusion mitigation. Ryan earned a MBA from Montclair State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies from Siena College.