In celebration of International Women’s Day, we interviewed women of Great Lakes E&I to learn about their backgrounds and showcase their accomplishments and struggles in the workplace. According […]Read More about Celebrating International Women’s Day
This past weekend, we were honored to present at the DFI International Conference in New York City. Our presentations covered the following topics: Seepage Barrier […]Read More about DFI International Conference
With a long-term objective of providing 200-year flood protection to the northwestern Sacramento, California region, the Natomas Levee Improvement Program (NLIP) includes a wide variety […]Read More about Case Study: The Natomas Levee Improvement Program
To correct the historic loss of marsh and cypress swamp in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, our parent company, Great Lakes Dredge and Dock (GLDD) and Restoration Systems […]Read More about The Power of Dredging: Project Jesuit Bend Mitigation Bank
Great Lakes Environmental & Infrastructure is excited to announce the opening of our New Jersey office. Located in Brielle, the new office officially expands our […]Read More about New to New Jersey!
With onboarding our new VP of Environmental Health & Safety, Leo Grinsteiner, and introducing the Safety Dashboard, we’re continuing to put safety at the top […]Read More about The Battelle Conference: The Importance of Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds
We are pleased to announce that Leo Grinsteiner has joined Great Lakes E&I as the new Vice President of Environmental Health & Safety. Leo will […]Read More about Meet Leo Grinsteiner, Our New VP of Environmental Health & Safety
What Are Coal Combustion Residuals (CCRs)? Coal combustion residuals are the by-products remaining after the efficient combustion of coal in a PC or CFB boiler […]Read More about What Are Coal Combustion Residuals (CCRs)?
Each year, the world’s 40 largest construction companies, in conjunction with OSHA, issue a worldwide stand-down to address safety. With a focus on eliminating worker […]Read More about Safety Week: An Inside Look