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Patriot is pleased to welcome Robert S. Fedorchak, P.E. to the team!  Robert has recently joined Patriot as a Senior Project Engineer in the Environmental Group, based out of Indianapolis office.  Robert is a Registered Professional Engineer (in multiple states: IN, KY, IL, OH, AL, WI, MN), a NRPP Certified Radon Mitigation Professional and a IDOH Licensed Radon Mitigator, with over 30 years of experience in the environmental field.  He brings a vast of knowledge and experience working with a range of clients such as industrial, commercial, governmental, petroleum, contractors, attorneys, landfills, and property management firms and developers.

Robert has managed projects of varying sizes and contaminants such as petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated hydrocarbons, metals, PCBs, pesticides, herbicides, and methane under regulatory programs such as UST, LUST, VRP, VAP, Brownfields, State Cleanup, Solid Waste, RCRA, and Superfund.   His wide range of expertise includes but isn’t limited to: environmental site investigations, UST closures, corrective action plans, soil excavation/landfarming/disposals, landfill design and construction, remedial and vapor mitigation technology pilot-testing, design, specification, permitting, procurement, oversight, system installation, injection implementation, startup, operation, maintenance, monitoring, and reporting.

Patriot’s Environmental Group Manager, Ed Joniskan says, “Robert is a great addition to our Environmental group. His extensive range of experience and knowledge is of tremendous value to our team and to our clients, and we are very fortunate to have him on board.”

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