Paul JansenSenior Project Manager
Mr. Jansen has over 29 years of engineering, construction and remediation experience. He specializes in leading design teams from the feasibility stage through design, remediation and closure for a variety of clients with a focus on refining, railroads, utilities and MGP sites, and has developed an expertise in situ solidification (ISS) treatability, pilot testing and implementation of ISS remedies and sediment remediation. Mr. Jansen has served as Program Construction Manager for a Southeastern gas utility’s portfolio of manufactured gas plant sites. He managed the design and construction activities associated with large-scale soil and sediment remediation projects in Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, New York and New Jersey and has been a licensed general contractor in several of these states. Mr. Jansen has led the design and implemented numerous ISS upland remedies including a project in New York for ISS of sediments in the intertidal zone, pilot testing ISS on submerged sediments and is performing feasibility evaluations for other sediment sites.
Paul has a B.S. in Construction Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Raleigh, North Carolina
- Served as a principal investigator and designer of the unique EPRI pilot demonstration of ISS of impacted sediments 17 feet below the mudline on the Connecticut River in Springfield, Massachusetts in 2013, the first of its kind on MGP impacted sediments
- Author and corporate recipient of American Council of Engineering companies of North Carolina, 2003 Honor Awards for “Remediation and Restoration of a Former Coal Gas Plant”