Penn E&R provides cost-effective solutions to a broad range of markets, including:
Penn E&R has been working with the power industry since the company was founded in 1996. At the time, we provided only environmental remediation services to our electric utility clients; however, as their needs evolved, so has Penn E&R.
Environmental Assessment and Remediation
At Penn E&R, we’re committed to helping clients find the best way to manage environmental obligations, while still protecting their best interests. To that end we provide complete and cost-effective solutions, and offer a comprehensive list of services that ranges from initial site assessment and due diligence to remediation design and construction and regulatory closeout.
Penn E&R’s construction & environmental contracting group has successfully completed numerous large scale civil and environmental construction projects over the last 20 years for clients in both the private and public sectors. This work ranges from remediation projects involving the excavation and off-site disposal of over 100,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil at a state Superfund site to general construction/earth moving projects involving the installation/capping of various impoundments/landfills requiring the excavation and relocation of soil.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates all aspects of industry in the United States to ensure compliance with the nation’s environmental laws and mitigate potential threats to public health. Each state also has an active environmental agency that enforces state-specific regulations. Industrial/manufacturing facilities are further regulated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) which enforces standards for safety in the workplace.
Penn E&R is experienced in providing insurance companies with an array of multi-disciplinary consulting services to investigate environmental insurance claims and assist in litigation support. Our clients depend on us to organize and reduce extensive technical, regulatory and financial documentation and deliver clear, defined expertise regarding complex technical, regulatory and financial issues.
Penn E&R’s mission is to provide our clients with reliable, cost-effective solutions to their environmental and engineering needs. This includes providing property owners and developers with timely due diligence, planning and permitting services delivered through Penn E&R’s multi-disciplined staff, and also providing comprehensive information to assist our clients with understanding the risks and potential yield associated with a given property.
The professionals at Penn E&R have years of experience providing technical services to the coal and aggregate mining industries. We have a tremendously diverse group of engineering, geotechnical, geologic, and environmental professionals that have extensive experience with surface and underground mine permitting, surface site engineering design, geotechnical and environmental site investigation, and environmental corrective action activities, and have assisted clients in agency negotiations at both the federal and state levels.
Oil and Gas
Penn E&R’s team of experienced personnel can provide oil & gas development companies with a broad range of technical services designed to support oil & gas operations, including:
- Well Pad and Access Road Siting
- Permitting and Design
- Water Withdrawal Permitting and Design
- Impoundment Design/Permitting
Water and Wastewater
Penn E&R personnel are proficient in designing, constructing, and permitting water supply projects, having completed such projects for both the private and public sector. We have expertise in water supply development and distribution system design, and have designed potable water supply projects from single dwelling on-lot systems to major industrial and municipal supplies.
Waste and Waste Management
Penn E&R’s professional engineers and environmental scientists have extensive experience providing design, permitting, and other support services for active and decommissioned waste management sites. Decommissioned sites are typically required to be in post-closure care for 30 years, and Penn E&R can assist with technical aspects of that care.