Over the last 8-10 years, the regulatory agencies have come to a realization that simple excavation and disposal within a lined landfill is not a[...]Read More about ISS Remediation Explained: Effective Means of Eliminating Offsite Waste Disposal
We continue to provide innovative environmental remediation and are happy to announce we are a sponsor of the Ninth International Conference on Remediation and Management[...]Read More about The Battelle Conference: Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments
One of our very own Project Directors, Tino Maestas, participated in the second annual ASCE Construction Management Competition at UC Davis as a panel judge[...]Read More about Great Lakes E&I Sponsors the UC Davis ASCE Construction Management Competition
We’re very pleased to announce that our very own Marcy Wade and Suzanne Grix were presented with awards at the 2016 NAWIC Kalamazoo/Battle Creek Chapter[...]Read More about 2016 NAWIC Safety Awards Night
In honor of Earth Day we asked our employees to share their favorite nature pictures. We received so many submissions with a wide range of beautiful[...]Read More about Great Lakes E&I Celebrates Earth Day!
On January 7th, 2016 one of our Project Directors, Tino Maestas, visited local high schools to speak to students about Environmental Science and Engineering applications.[...]Read More about Great Lakes Environmental & Infrastructure Goes Back to School!
The Sonoma Land Trust, Magnus Pacific, and Ducks Unlimited are working on a wetlands restoration project in the San Francisco Bay Area. The project involves[...]Read More about Sears Point Wetlands Restoration on ABC News
Magnus Pacific is featured on the Engineering News-Record (ENR) website today for our work on an abandoned copper mine remediation project, located 25 miles north[...]Read More about Abandoned Copper Mine Remediation Featured in ENR
A joint venture between Magnus Pacific, Sonoma Land Trust and Ducks Unlimited has broken ground in preparing diked agricultural baylands at Sears Point. The 960-acre[...]Read More about Sears Point Wetlands Restoration