Whitestone Volunteers at the Wagner Farm Arboretum

Whitestone employees, family and friends are volunteering time to the “Giving Gardeners’ Project” at the Wagner Farm Arboretum in Warren, NJ this Saturday, June 6th.

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Due Diligence Seminar

Whitestone’s Environmental Due Diligence seminar is pre-approved for up to 2 CLE credits. Please contact us today to schedule your no-cost Lunch-and-Learn session!

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Engineered Solutions for Failed & Compromised Pavement (Mar. 2014)

The harsh winter of 2013-2014 has wreaked havoc on paved surfaces. Whitestone’s Geotechnical Services Division specializes in evaluating and designing remedial strategies for failed and compromised pavements.

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NJDEP’S May 2014 RI Deadline Extension Request Set to Expire On March 7, 2014 (Feb. 2014)

Whitestone Associates, Inc. provided geotechnical and environmental engineering and consulting services from initial due diligence through construction of this 52-acre office campus.

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Multi-Media PCE Remediation Project (Sep. 2013)

On-site dry cleaning operations resulted in chlorinated volatile organic contamination at a multi- unit retail shopping center in northern New Jersey.

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Sinkhole Mitigation (Jun. 2013)

Many of Whitestone’s corporate clients lease properties and obtain “pad sites” that are developed as part of a larger overall development for which geotechnical engineering studies have been completed by others.

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Your Partner for Brownfields Redevelopment (Apr. 2013)

Contamination in soil and groundwater at concentrations exceeding NJDEP standards at a 1.9 acre under-utilized site in Rahway, NJ resulted from on-site USTs, ASTs, former site operations, and potential off-site sources.

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NJ’s LSRP Program Speeds Up The Remediation Process (Feb. 2013)

A Preliminary Assessment conducted for an Industrial Establishment located in East Windsor, Mercer County, New Jersey identified 44 areas of concern (AOCs).

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Wastewater Management Regulatory Update (Sep. 2012)

The new regulations for commercial systems with flows less than 2,000 gallons per day now require restaurants, cafeterias, institutional kitchens and “other facilities” discharging “large quantities” of grease to include a pre-treatment component in addition to a standard grease trap.

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New Jersey LSRP Program and Other Timely Topics (Jun. 2012)

Congratulations to Jeff Bauer, Keith D’Ambrosio, Chris Seib, and Tom Uzzo who passed the LSRP exam (administered in NJ for the first time on May 14, 2012).

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Soil Management Options and more… (May 2012)

Whitestone specializes in site development and redevelopment issues including management of excess soils during redevelopment.

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Solutions for your Environmental and Geotechnical Challenges (Mar. 2012)

Under the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) signed into law in 2009, all new and existing NJDEP Site Remediation Program cases require a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) by May 7, 2012.

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Environmental and Geotechnical Solutions (Dec. 2011)

Negotiating the complexities of environmental regulations can be challenging and time consuming. Learn how Whitestone can help!

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Special Inspections: Owner’s Responsibility (May 2011)

Current building codes recognize the potential conflict that exists when contractors retain a special inspection agency to inspect their work.

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How Do Your Parking Lots, Driveways & Access Roads Look After this Harsh Winter? (Feb. 2011)

All of us have felt the effects of this harsh winter, and our paved surfaces are much worse for wear.

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Are Excess Soils “Filling” Your Budgets? (Nov. 2010)

Few, if any, construction projects are truly “balanced” from a cut-fill perspective, and most development efforts require some import of fill material and/or management of excess or unsuitable soils.

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Paving the Road to Success By Redeveloping Brownfield Sites, Commerce Magazine (Nov. 2010)

Initial due diligence efforts revealed that this site had operated as the Shiver’s Fuel Company from 1929 through 1980.

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The Affordable Geotechnical Investigation (Sep. 2010)

While not all soils-related “failures” are this dramatic, even subtle problems with undocumented subsurface conditions can result in costly project delays, change orders and repairs both during and after construction.

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On-Site Wastewater Treatment System Engineering, Consulting, and Permitting Services (Jul. 2010)

Commercial developments in NJ with projected on-site sanitary wastewater discharges exceeding 2,000 gallons per day (gpd) or typical restaurant, convenience store and similar facilities that produce high-strength wastes require much more than just a conventional septic system and local municipality permitting.

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The Affordable Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Jun. 2010)

Can you truly afford the “affordable” Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, and what is it really worth to you or your client?

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When It Rains, It Pours… Especially Lately! (May 2010)

Stormwater management facilities have a finite life-span. Infiltration basins become silted, and performance decreases over time resulting in failures, expensive repairs, and even fines or violations.

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Snow Melts Reveal Pavement Problems (Mar. 2010)

Spring is around the corner… What’s left of your parking lot when those snow piles melt?

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With Brownfield Properties, the Road to Success is Always Under Construction, Commerce Magazine, (Nov. 2009)

Due diligence investigations by Whitestone Associates in June 2003 identi- fied documented volatile organic (VO) contamination exceeding applicable NJDEP criteria at a 1.881-acre Quick Chek site on Route 1 North and East Grand Avenue in Rahway, New Jersey.

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