This month at the Battelle Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds Conference in Monterey, California, Langan presented 23 platform talks, sessions, short courses, and
posters. Such strength in numbers illustrates how the firm has grown and expanded its environmental remediation practice both geographically and technically. In fact, Langan, long known as a developer’s consultant, has become a trusted environmental advocate for many major corporate clients, including more than 40 companies in the Fortune 500.
Prominence at such national forums as Batelle, RTM, SURF, and the Interstate Technology Regulatory Council (ITRC) asserts Langan’s commitment to the field of innovative risk-based remediation, which the firm provides to industries ranging from chemical and power to manufacturing and pharmaceuticals. Moreover, by leading large remediation projects Langan plays a pivotal role in the redevelopment of environmentally affected assets and urban Brownfields.
“Our corporate environmental practice emerged in part from our experience in Brownfields, and now remediation services help catalyze redevelopment projects in major cities around the country,” said Senior Principal Nick De Rose, who leads Langan’s environmental practice.
Senior Principal Philip Smith in San Francisco added, “With respect to national accounts, we have demonstrated that Langan’s remediation capabilities can match and, in some cases, exceed those of competitors many times our size. Put simply, we offer the expertise of a global player with the responsiveness of a local consultant and that ultimately brings real value to our clients.”
As a result of Langan’s ability to perform complex remediation projects, the firm has secured Master of Service Agreements to provide environmental remediation and other engineering services with many global corporations. Additionally, the firm has successfully recruited leaders in the remediation field, which in turn grows business and advances scholarship. Langan’s remediation expertise will once again be on display in June at the 6th Annual ITRC Conference in New Jersey, where the firm convenes regulatory officials from around the country for a forum to discuss best practices and burgeoning remedial technologies.