Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Enviro-engineering firm, HRP Associates, expands to Pa.

HRP Associates, a Connecticut-based environmental and engineering consulting firm with an office in Clifton Park, NY, has opened a new office in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

In a news release, L. Andrew White, a Principal at HRP said, “In the past year, we have experienced an increased demand for our services in Pennsylvania and New Jersey from existing Clients and have acquired a number of new Clients in this area, as well."

"Our projected near-term revenue from existing clients in the area exceeds $2 million and is growing rapidly. The new PA office allows us to continue pursuing our business plan objective of providing customized professional services with continuous east-coast coverage,” White said.  

The company noted that the Lancaster location 
is "within close reach of the Philadelphia, Harrisburg, York, Trenton, and Wilmington markets." 

Leading the Lancaster office will be Scott Durnin. He comes to HRP from FCI, a multinational electronics manufacturing company, where he had global responsibility for the development and implementation of corporate EH&S programs, real estate management, and sustainability.

Durnin holds a BS in Chemistry from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a MS in Environmental Science from the University of New Haven.

The company says that "as a consumer of EH&S consulting services, and manager of plant, division, and corporate affairs for over three decades, Durnin is in a unique position to understand what high quality service means to clients and their specific business challenges."

HRP Associates was founded in 1982 following enactment of the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA). It offers clients help with site investigations and remediations, environmental health and safety compliance, environmental and civil engineering, and energy management.  

In addition to its headquarters in F airfield, Ct. and office in Clifton Park, NY,  HRP Associates operates in Florida, Massachusetts, South Carolina and Texas.

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