OSHA Promotes Safety Awareness with Yearly Event

Monday (May 3rd) marked the beginning of OSHA’s 2021 National Safety Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction. OSHA promotes the week as an opportunity for those working in the construction industry to learn about, and prevent, fall hazards. Falls are one of OSHA’s “Fatal Four,” which are the top four causes of fatalities in… Read More

Walden Female Staff Speak at Hofstra Virtual Forum

Nora Brew, P.E., Walden Environmental Engineering (Walden) Vice President, cohosted a presentation to female college and high school students interested in pursuing studies in engineering. The W SPiCE (Women’s Summer Program in Computer/Engineering) initiative was spearheaded by Phil Coniglio, founder of the Co-op Program at the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science at… Read More

Walden Removes a Gasoline Underground Storage Tank

Walden Environmental Engineering recently completed a project for the Town of Hempstead, Department of Parks & Recreation. The work, which took place at Market Lane Garage (“Site”), called for the removal of an old gasoline underground storage tank (“UST”) in preparation for the installation of new storage tanks. Following Nassau County regulations, underground fuel tanks… Read More

Walden at the Forefront of Embracing Laser Scanning Technology on Projects

Walden Environmental Engineering continues to be a leader in supporting the research and development of new technology-based tools for engineering and construction professionals on their sites. Working with partner Harkin Aerial–a leader in drone data collection, mapping, GIS, and reality capture–the firms performed a live demonstration of laser scanning technology at the Town of Hempstead’s… Read More