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Chris Workman Shares his Story on his Trip to Haiti
 
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Early in the morning of January 25, 2012, I left Petersburg, Virginia for Ronald Reagan National Airport. From Washington, DC we travelled to Miami, Florida and then onto Port-au-Prince, Haiti. After a short while, we caught a twin-engine turbo-prop to the little village of Anse á Galets, Haiti, which is located on the island of la Gonave (pronounced "logging off"). It took about fifteen hours...  Read More

  

 

Congratulations Jon!

 
Koontz-Bryant is proud to announce that our very own Jonathan Murray recently earned his Professional Engineering license. The team celebrated at a company lunch honoring Jonathan's acheivement. Koontz-Bryant is happy to report that currently all of our engineers are licensed Professional Engineers in the State of Virginia!

 

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February 2012

Happy New Year! This year has thankfully been off to a good start. Jonathan Murray earned his PE license which now makes us proud to say that our entire staff of engineers are all PE certified in the state of Virginia.

 

We also want to welcome back Chris Workman who just spent a few weeks in Haiti helping with the construction of a new church.

 

In the next few months we are planning a roundtable discussion on the new regulation changes in Virginia for stormwater management. We'd like your feedback if you'd be interested in attending such an event. Please take a moment to let us know in this short poll. If you'd like more details, please email abowler@koontzbryant.com and we'll be happy to keep you updated as things progress.

Sill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) PlansIs Your Facility Prepared?  

 


 
SPCC plans

As of November 10, 2011, facilities that store petroleum fuel in aboveground storage tanks must have a functioning SPCC plan in place. The EPA will now be moving from compliance assistance to enforcement. Failure to meet regulation requirements may result in Class I fines up to $16,000 per violation and Class II fines up to $16,000 per day. An upsurge of client requests has prompted Koontz-Bryant to educate facility owners about regulations that guide the preparation of SPCC plans.

 

Many of the facilities Koontz-Bryant works with, either by helping them revitalize their operations or by helping them keep up with their current environmental permits, are subject to the EPA's Oil Pollution Prevention Regulations. The regulations require facilities that store petroleum and other oils onsite to produce and implement a plan to prevent the discharge of oil into navigable waters of the United States. This plan is known as a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan, or SPCC Plan. Part of the Clean Water Act, the regulations first became effective in 1974, and continue to be revised... READ MORE 

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Sincerely,

The 
Koontz-Bryant Team

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