- About us
Brockerhoff Environmental Services LLC is a multidisciplinary scientific environmental consulting firm that strives to provide cost effective solutions to address the scientific, technical, and regulatory challenges confronting our clients. We have developed a reputation for applying sound science in all that we do, for thinking out-of-the-box, and for tailoring our approach to meet the specific needs of our clients.
Brockerhoff Environmental Services LLC is committed to providing professional, innovative, and cost-effective solutions for all of your environmental needs. We strive to reach this goal by retaining knowledgeable environmental professionals on staff and providing them with the training and resources needed to complete projects on time & on budget….
Mr. Brockerhoff has over thirty years of experience in environmental site investigations and remediation of hazardous waste, underground storage tank investigations, and state and federal superfund project management. In New Jersey, actively involved in site redevelopment and remediation in support of residential and non-residential redevelopment. Currently President of Brockerhoff Environmental Services LLC, with ten full time employees. Current activities include Phase I’s and Phase II’s, site investigations, Site investigations, Remedial Investigations, underground storage tank removal and remediation, and redevelopment activities in New York and New Jersey.Licensed Site Remediation Professional in New Jersey, #573509NJDEP Subsurface Evaluator LicenseNJDEP UST Closure License for UHOTsFrank Brockerhoff
Mr. Clifford has over seventeen years of experience working within the environmental consulting field. His experience includes managing projects and working as a key team member for multiple sites which have included Remedial Investigations, ground water remediation, soil remediation and vapor intrusion investigations. He has extensive experience leading investigations and implementation of remediation for numerous diverse sites for multiple clients in New Jersey and New York. In addition, he is responsible for the performance of all phases of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) requirements in the project-cycle, including Site Investigations, Remedial Investigation, Remedial Action, and associated reporting/submittal requirements. Mr. Clifford has exceptional communication skills, project management skills, financial management, and schedule management skills.Licensed Site Remediation Professional in New Jersey, #574593NJDEP N2 Industrial Wastewater Treatment LicenseNJDEP T1 Water Treatment License Sean Clifford
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Mr. Sadowski is an Environmental Scientist with over 20 years of experience as an Environmental Consultant. He has performed various Phase I and II investigations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey that involved the determination of environmental impacts to subject properties by both soil and groundwater contamination for private clients and municipalities. Mr. Sadowski has experience overseeing the installation of Geoprobe soil borings, and overburden and bedrock monitoring wells in accordance with PADEP and NJDEP regulations. Mr. Sadowski is proficient in AutoCAD in creating Site Maps, Site Plans, cross sections and groundwater flow maps; in Excel he can create data tables, time-series plots, and hydrographs. Mr. Sadowski has prepared and submitted numerous PADEP and NJDEP technical reports on behalf of his clients.
Mr. Reeves is an Environmental Scientist with over 16 years of experience as an Environmental Consultant. He has performed various Phase I and II investigations in New Jersey that involved the determination of environmental impacts to subject properties by both soil and groundwater contamination for private clients and municipalities.
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Mr. Kress has over 10 years of experience in the environmental industry with over 5 years of experience as an Environmental Consultant. He has performed various Phase I and II investigations in New Jersey that involved the determination of environmental impacts to subject properties by both soil and groundwater contamination for private clients, municipalities and commercial developers.
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Mr. Daggett is an environmental scientist with experience in the environmental consulting industry. He has performed various installation, operation, and repair of various groundwater treatment systems. He has supervised the drilling activities associated with soil borings and monitoring well installation. Mr. Daggett also has experience with hydrogeologic testing and interpretation. He has created trend graphs, site maps, data tables, contour flow diagrams and NJDEP electronic data deliverables for technical report submittals using data obtained from on-site investigations.
Ms. Weeks is an environmental scientist with experience in the environmental consulting industry. She is a critical team member for both assignments in the field and office. In the field, she conducts environmental sampling and manages subcontractors. In the office, she conducts data analysis as well as creating trend graphs, site maps, and data tables to be incorporated as part of technical report submittals for regulatory agencies and clients. Kelly Weeks
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What we do
BES will either install temporary well points or permanent monitoring wells at a site in order to evaluate site groundwater within specific areas of concern (AOCs) or through a site wide sampling program.
Phase I – The BES Phase I Environmental Site Assessment intends to satisfy the due diligence requirements of a property transaction using current ASTM standards and client specific guidelines by identifying possible environmental impairments on a particular property.
The cost of environmental activities varies from project to project based on the remedial efforts required at each site. BES work with clients to understand activities that previously occurred at the site in order to streamline remedial efforts moving forward.
In order for a child care center to become fully licensed in the State of NJ by the Department of Children and Families, a Preliminary Assessment, conducted in accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:26E and prepared/reviewed by an LSRP, is required.
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BES has performed Preliminary Assessments (PA) throughout the State of New Jersey, and our thorough understanding of the NJDEP Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) Program, as well as NJDEP’s Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (TRSR, N.J.A.C. 7:26E-3.1 and 3.2), allows us to perform a PA in a cost-effective and timely manner.
The indoor air quality of buildings, in proximity to contamination from volatile chemicals observed in soils and groundwater, may be affected due to the migration of chemical vapors through subsurface soils and preferential pathways to the structures interior locations.
The BES Transaction Screen Environmental Site Assessment intends to satisfy the user who wishes to conduct a limited environmental due diligence (that is, less than a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment). It should be noted that the less stringent transaction screen (ASTM E 1528) does not meet the requirements for obtaining the CERCLA liability protections.