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Toxic Release Inventory Requirements Presented by RJ Nalty, P.E.

RJ Nalty, P. E. presented an overview of the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Requirements on May 12th as the fourth seminar presentation in the 2021 Environmental Seminar Series AllenES is hosting each month.

Third Presentation in 2021 Environmental Seminar Series

Allen Engineering and Science, Inc. (AllenES) presented the third presentation in our 2021 Environmental Seminar Series.   During the live broadcast on April 13th, Mr. Oliver Birch (Licensed Drone Operator) discussed commercial drone operations and how AllenES is utilizing drone technology on a diverse range of projects.

 

 

Office Fish Fry

AllenES’ Jackson Office enjoyed fish and fun during an office lunch gathering this month.  Thank you to the Hills for the delicious fried fish!

Living Shorelines Project in Coastal Alabama

AllenES provided construction engineering services for the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (ADCNR’s) Point aux Pins Living Shoreline project.  AllenES is proud to be assisting ADCNR preserve coastal marsh habitat through the Point aux Pins Living Shoreline project.

 

What a View! AllenES Scientist stays in Jungle Treehouse in Dominican Republic

One of our environmental scientists at AllenES took an exciting trip to the Dominican Republic and had the opportunity to stay in a treehouse situated deep in the jungle. The Dominican Republic Tree House Village has a total of 22 treehouses ranging from 15-30 feet off the ground and is only a short bike ride to the beach.  He was able to capture drone footage of the area and create a short video so feel free to check out the views!

 

 

Attention to Details on Construction Project

As part of AllenES’s facility road construction project, we designed and managed the installation of a perimeter guardrail system. The goal is to improve safety and remove leading edges on roadways at the facility.

AES Employees Undergo Asbestos Training

After learning the proper methodologies to cordon off an active work area involving asbestos, AES employees undergo training to properly isolate asbestos containing material to safely remove/decommission the asbestos.

PFAS Seminar – AllenES’ 2nd Seminar in the Year-long Environmental Seminar Series in 2021

John Ryan, P.G. tackled the complex and on point issue of PFAS in AllenES’ 2nd Seminar in our Year-long Environmental Seminar Series scheduled during 2021.  The presentation included background information, issues of concern, evolving regulations, and implications to both private and public sectors.

Brad Marler presents to MSU Environmental Assessment Class

Do you remember your first job?  Was it overwhelming?  Maybe you did not have all the information to make you decision?  Many students may not be aware of the exciting opportunities in the Natural Resources consulting field.  Mr. Brad Marler of AllenES gave an informative and engaging lecture about career opportunities in Natural Resources consulting to the environmental assessment class at Mississippi State University.