2017 Vapor Intrusion Forum Series

Session I – Vapor Intrusion: Going Beyond the Basics 

Thursday, February 2, 2017 – Wilder Center, St. Paul

Vapor Intrusion Intro / Regulations – BMPs
Hans Neve, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Chris McLain, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Air Quality & Health Screening Metrics
Jim Kelly, Minnesota Dept of Health
The Science of VI and Building Design 
Steve Flaten, Braun Intertec
VI Sampling/Testing Methodology
David Randall, Pace Analytical
Mark Keefer, Braun Intertec
Panel:  Vapor Intrusion – Process Leading to Brownfields Redevelopment 
Moderator: Aaron Benker, Wenck
Hans Neve & Gary Krueger, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Rick Kubler, Gray Plant Mooty
Kristin Lukes, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
Mike Wardwell, Hyde Development
Case Study – Commercial site – Active Mitigation
Eric Blodgett, Barr Engineering


Session II – Vapor Intrusion: Learning from Implementation

Wednesday, March 1, 2017 – St. Katherine University

Case Study – Commercial/Industrial Sites. Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Design: Sub-slab with Passive and Active Mitigation
Chris Thompson, Braun Intertec
Case Study – Two Petroleum Sites
Donovan Hannu, Bay West
Case Study – Educational Facility
Aaron Benker, Wenck
Best Management Practice Development & Stakeholder Feedback Process Hans Neve, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Panel: Brownfields Redevelopment Implementation – Key Issues and Challenges
Moderator: Steve Jansen, Braun Intertec
Hans Neve & Chris McLain, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Jason Skramstad, Landmark Environmental
Del Ehrich, Faegre Baker Daniels
David Liverseed, Mortenson Construction
Marcus Martin, Metropolitan Council


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