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Laboratory Testing Contract at Hanford Nuclear Site Awarded to RJ Lee Group and PBS Engineering and Environmental

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  • 10:03AM Sep 29, 2014
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(RICHLAND, Wa., September 29, 2014) The joint partnership of RJ Lee Group, Inc. and PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc. (PBS) was awarded a three-year contract by CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company (CHPRC) to provide laboratory analysis of geotechnical engineering parameters for the Hanford Nuclear Site in Richland, Washington. Soil testing performed for the contract will […]

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RJ Lee Group Welcomes Dr. Brian Strazisar as Principal Investigator for Construction Materials

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  • 2:48PM Jun 13, 2014
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RJ Lee Group, Inc. continues to strengthen its Technical Consulting group with the appointment of Dr. Brian Strazisar to the position of Principal Investigator in the practice area of construction materials. Dr. Strazisar’s technical background and recent research, involving the chemical and mechanical stability of wellbore cement and oil and gas production, will play a […]

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Dr. Matthew Perricone is Honored with ASM 2013 Silver Medal Award

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  • 6:22PM Nov 12, 2013
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In a recent interview with 2013 ASM Award program recipient, Matthew Perricone, Ph.D., provided some insight into what it takes to be recognized in the company of such distinguished fellowship. Dr. Perricone, you have been awarded the Silver Medal of the Society. This award recognizes your leadership abilities and your distinguished contributions to both material […]

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Learn the Basics: Creating Vision Across the Polymer Lifecycle

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  • 10:16AM Oct 15, 2013
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Did you know that Dr. Crystal Morrison’s article, “Creating Vision Across the Polymer Lifecycle,” was recently featured in Medical Plastics News?  In case you missed it, here is a summary from Dr. Morrison and more information on how to access the full article. In my experience as a material scientist, I’ve noticed that polymers and […]

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Did a Cracked Pipe Cause a Landslide?

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A landslide that released fly ash materials into a drainage stream causing environmental concern was attributed to a failed municipal water pipe. The section of pipe that was removed had been examined by others and specimens had been cut from it during the previous examinations. Once we were afforded access to these specimens, we performed […]

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Establishing the WTC Dust Signature: Managing Post 9/11 Environmental and Damage Assessments

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The collapse of the World Trade Center Towers following the catastrophic events of 9/11 produced a dust cloud that covered much of lower Manhattan. Thousands of private and public buildings were contaminated by the dust. Building owners in the vicinity of the collapse, worried about environmental impact to their damaged buildings, retained RJ Lee Group […]

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