Earlier this year, in an effort to better serve our clients and improve productivity, ATL selected and implemented a new field and laboratory data collection system, Agile Frameworks’ MetaField®.
ATL recently provided vibracore sediment sampling for the Ogdensburg City Front Channel Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative (REDI) project. The sediment samples were obtained utilizing one of ATL’s specially equipped sampling vessels and were later analyzed for environmental contaminants in support of the dredging phase.
ATL has opened a YouTube Channel to post educational videos and presentations meant to inform viewers on the services we offer. This will provide easier and 24/7 access to our videos so they can be viewed at any time.
ATL made the news in today’s Adirondack Daily Enterprise! The paper published two photographs of our staff at work on a project at Berkley Green in Saranac Lake, NY on Monday, July 19th.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) solid waste management regulations specify provisions in 6 NYCRR Part 360.13 that apply to direct use of fill material under a pre-determined beneficial use. These provisions apply to on-site and off-site management of fill with limited exceptions.
ATL has been selected by the Pike|Hueber-Breuer (PHB) team as the Contractor of the Month for the Canandaigua VAMC CARES Renovations Phase 2 project.