Technical Direction and Project Management Support: GE Housatonic River Site
The Isosceles Group is currently supporting EPA's assessment and remediation of the GE/Housatonic River Superfund Site, one of the largest and most controversial PCB-contaminated sites in North America, and one of the largest and most complex environmental remediation projects ever conducted. Isosceles has comprehensive responsibility for technical direction of the investigation of the riverine portion of the site, spanning approximately 135 miles of river in western Massachusetts and Connecticut. Isosceles has managed and directed aspects of the study design, technical management, and site assessment, and provides technical direction for programs in numerical fate and transport modeling, human health risk assessment, and ecological risk assessment, in addition to various other technical areas. Isosceles is responsible to EPA for development and monitoring of the overall project schedule and provides services to expedite scheduled completion of project tasks. Isosceles also provides final review and technical editing of major reports, press releases, fact sheets, and similar documents, and conducts presentations on behalf of EPA at public meetings and technical conferences. Isosceles staff attend meetings between EPA and the PRP and provide assistance in negotiation and strategic planning.