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PCB Contamination: Implications, Strategies & Solutions for the Built Environment

October 22, 2019
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT

Speakers: Andrew N. Davis

October 22, 2019
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT

Hartford Sheraton South
100 Capital Boulevard 
Rocky Hill, CT 06067

Andrew Davis will be a presenter during the "PCB Contamination: Implications, Strategies & Solutions for the Built Environment" event hosted by Professional Women in Construction Connecticut.

A growing body of evidence, coupled with key legislation, has made PCBs in building materials a subject of widening concern that affects nearly every AEC discipline! Attend to learn from our panel of experts some basic aspects about the processes of identification & assessment as well as the determination of critical “next steps” relating to project cost and execution for buildings and sites with PCB-containing materials.

Presentation Panel

David Barkin, AIA / State of Connecticut DAS Construction Services
Chief Architect

Robert Corbett / University of Connecticut
Executive Director of UPDC // Director of Real Estate & Regional Projects

Andrew N. Davis, Ph.D. / Shipman & Goodwin, LLP
Partner // Chair – Environmental Practice Group

Robert L. May, Jr. / Fuss & O’Neill
Senior Vice President – Business Line Leader, Environment

Terri Wolejko, REM, TURP / University of Massachusetts – Amherst
Assistant Director for Environmental & Hazardous Materials Management Services

Dr. Maria Chrysochoou / University of Connecticut
Department Head / Civil and Environmental Engineering
Director / Connecticut Brownfields Initiative


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