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LSPA March 2024 Membership Meeting
Thursday, March 14, 2024, 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM EDT
Category: Membership Meeting

LSPA March 2024 Membership Meeting

Case Studies: Remediation, MCP Compliance, and Soil Management at Two Large, Complex Sites

The LSPA cordially invites you to our March 2024 Membership Meeting, Case Studies: Remediation, MCP Compliance, and Soil Management at Two Large, Complex Sites, on Thursday, March 14, 2024, which will be held virtually from 3:45 PM to 5:30 PM using the Zoom Webinar platform. 

When: Thursday, March 14, 2024 
Time: 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM  EST (Please note: registration closes 15 minutes prior to the start of the webinar.) 
Live Webinar via Zoom
Important Registration Note: Registration for LSPA webinars requires a two-step process. 1) Complete the LSPA registration, and 2) In your LSPA confirmation email, you will receive a link to a Zoom "Webinar Registration". You must also complete this registration in order to receive the webinar link, and reminder emails with course materials.  
Price:  Credit: $50 Members | $110 Non-Members
             No Credit: $0 Members | $25 Non-Members
  • Michael Cronan, LSP, Program Manager at Haley & Aldrich
  • Kelly McQueeney, P.E., LSP, Director of Project Support Services in the Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) Department at Harvard University
  • Shallan Fitzgerald, P.E., Director of Infrastructure at the Harvard Allston Land Company (HALC)
  • Ileen Gladstone, P.E., LSP, Senior Vice President, GEI Consultants, Inc.
  • Chet Myers, P.E., Assistant Director – Maritime, Massachusetts Port Authority

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This presentation has been approved by the LSP Board of Registration for 1.5 Technical LSP Credits. This is a new presentation.

Presentation Description: 
This webinar will present case studies of two urban construction projects that are also MCP sites, one in Allston and one in South Boston; each has complex issues including the need to manage large quantities of contaminated soil.

Development of the Harvard Enterprise Research Campus, Allston, MA
Presented by Michael Cronan, LSP, Haley & Aldrich; Kelly McQueeney, P.E., LSP, Harvard University, and Shallan Fitzgerald, Harvard Allston Land Company

The Harvard Enterprise Research Campus site has a complex history and many layers of ownership, remediation, and development. That complexity allowed for different approaches to meet a demanding remediation and development schedule during a time of limited soil disposal capacity in the region.

Paul W. Conley Container Terminal, South Boston, MA
Presented by Ileen Gladstone, P.E., LSP, GEI Consultants and Chet Myers, P.E., Maritime, Massachusetts Port Authority 

As part of the improvement and modernization of the Conley Terminal in South Boston, Massport constructed a new berth at the Former Coastal Oil Facility, a Site with significant oil contamination. A key component of the remediation was integrating In Situ Solidification into the design of the bulkhead to create a cut off wall. In addition, a Soil Reclamation and Reuse Program was implemented that minimized impacts to the community and the environment. No urban fill, oily soil, or sediment was transported off-site for disposal in landfills.  

3:45 PM Welcome and Announcements  
3:55 PM Speaker Introductions
4:00 PM Presentation Begins
5:10 PM Q&A
5:30 PM Program Ends