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Industry News

  • Environmental Due Diligence - Keeping a deal alive Jon Kitchen, an LSP and Associate in our firm authors helpful advice on environmental due diligence in the February issue of Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine
  • Norfolk Associate pens a Post Election Wrap-up article Norfolk Ram Associate Wayne Perry authored a post election wrap up article in the Winter 2013 edition of ACEC Insights (See Page 14)
  • Article on Sustainable Development Featured The November issue of Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine features a business toolbox article on a sustainable devleopment project Norfolk is working on in Yarmouth, MA.
  • Construction of Westport Stormwater BMPs Underway Stormwater BMPs Norfolk designed for the Town of Westport at the Middle School began to be implemented in August. An article about the construction and benefits of raingardens was featured in the Westport Shorelines.
  • Industry Trends in Site Development Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine published its August 2012 issue themed "The Business of Building."  For its cover story, the editors reached out to Norfolk Ram for advice on industry trends and where we see the future of site development and redevelopment going. You can view the article here (the cover story starts on Page 28) .
  • Stormwater Runoff Treatment in Westport Norfolk is working with the Town of Westport on a section 319 Non Point source Pollution Grant for stormwater runoff generated at the Westport Middle School and heading into the Head of the Westport River. Construction of various BMPs is set to begin in July 2012. An article about the project was published in the Westport Shorelines on June 27, 2012
  • Stormwater Improvement Project in Hull Norfolk is currently working with the Town of Hull on a section 319 Non Point source Pollution Grant to improve runoff going into Straits Pond. Construction is underway and an article regarding the project was issued in the January 26, 2012 issue of the Hull Times.
  • Post-closure use permit    Norfolk helped the Town of Norfolk get a post-closure use permit for installing a solar array adjacent to existing landfill. This is the first phase of a two phase construction project to install solar array on and adjacent to closed municipal landfill.
  • 319 Grant Sherborn and Westport  Norfolk Ram Group was contracted by the Towns of Sherborn and Westport to put together an application for a section 319 Non-Point  Source Pollution Grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MA DEP) in 2011. The two projects intend to improve water quality through the design,   environmental permitting and construction of stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP) control and treatment systems in their   target watersheds. The BMP controls will include low impact development (LID) techniques such as grass swales, bioretention rain gardens, subsurface infiltration systems and gas baffles. Norfolk helped kick off both projects with meetings with DEP and town representatives. Both of the Town’s were recently awarded the grants and given a notice to proceed from the Massachusetts DEP.
  • Harvard groundbreaking Norfolk Ram, working with the Town of Harvard with Tim Bragan, the Town Administrator, organized a ceremony on Wednesday, the 26thof October 2011, to commemorate the start of a new sewer and wastewater treatment facility upgrade project.This project is a $2.5 million town center sewer system and facility upgrade, which was approved by Town Meeting voters in August.
  • EPA Released New Multi-Sector General Permit for Industrial Stormwater Discharges
    Melissa Parker, Chemical Engineer at the Norfolk Ram Group, LLC, Milford office published an article for the New England Real Estate Journal. Her article appears in the 2009-2010, 7th Annual Northeast Industrial Development Resource Guide. 
  • Brownfields in the Green: Town accepts EPA grant to clean up Roby property
    Mark S. Bartlett of Norfolk Ram Group, LLC assisted the town of Carver, MA in successful EPA grant application. Carver Reporter, May 18, 2006.
  • Aiming to set a clean-water example: Grant-funded project will help keep runoff out of waterways
    Michael Clark is a Professional Engineer at Norfolk Ram Group and specializes in stormwater management using Low Impact Development techniques. The Patriot Ledger, May 19, 2006.
  • Putting the "Lid" on Development
    The Hingham Journal, May 18, 2006
  • Plans to curb stormwater pollution take root
    The Scituate Mariner, May 18, 2006.
  • He turns trash into gas - Biodiesel fuel created in a blender makes Mercedes run
    Brian V. Moran, Principal at Norfolk Ram Group, creates his own diesel fuel. Metrowest Daily News.

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