2018 RPIC Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop


2018 RPIC Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop

June 13, 2018
- June 15, 2018

The RPIC Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop is the leading professional development workshop for federal and industry environmental professionals involved in the management and remediation of federal contaminated sites. 

Our team of Site Assessment & Remediation experts will be onsite to present recent case studies and discuss our program management services for an integrated yet flexible approach to remediating a group of sites that share a common history, geography or contamination issues. 

Drop by our booth #15 to learn more about our program management tools and how we can support your large multi-year/multi-site program.


Thursday, June 14
2:30 pm to 3 pm

Stream 3 – Program Management
Program Management Framework for Assessment, Remediation and Risk Assessment of Multiple Sites - Three Active Highway Maintenance Yards, Alaska Highway, British Columbia

David Kettlewell, Senior Project Manager 

Thursday, June 14 
2:30 pm to 3 pm

Stream 5 - Remediation 
Environmental Remediation at the Moisie Former Royal Canadian Air Force Radar Station, Sept-Iles, QC

Alexis Martin, Project Manager

Friday, June 15 
9:30 am to 10 am

Stream 7A – Sensitive sites
Bats in Belfries: Considering SARA-listed Bats on Federal Lands

Chris Albrecht, Senior Terrestrial Biologist

Friday, June 15 
1:30 pm to 2 pm

Stream 10 – Innovative, Green and Sustainable Remediation
Techniques for Understory Kelp Salvage and Recolonization of Disturbed Sites to Mitigate Temporal Habitat Loss

Peter Troffe, Senior Fisheries and Aquatic Biologist
Doug McMillan, Senior Project Manager

Friday, June 15 
4 pm to 4:30 pm

Stream 7B – Northern and Remote Site Challenges
Winter is Coming! Northern/Remote Site Challenges – Site Access, Operations and Logistical Challenges

Meredith Guest, Senior Project Engineer


  • Applying Multiple Risk Management and Remediation Approaches to Achieve Site Closure at a Former Industrial Landfill Site
    Melanie Siewert, Senior Project Manager
  • Customized Remediation Requirements to Address Risks while Minimizing Damage to the Existing Ecosystem
    Darren Dickson, Group Leader
  • Remediation of Hazardous Soil at a Defence Establishment in Southeastern Ontario
    Eric Kelly, Project Engineer
  • Assessment of Naturally Elevated Background Trace Elements on a Regional Scale for Application to Sites on the Alaska Highway, Northern BC
    William CullochDasson, Project Geoscientist
  • Review of Hazards, Risks, and Regulations for Tug and Barge Vessels on Sediment Dredging Projects
    Doug McMillan, Senior Project Manager
  • Performance of In-situ Hydrogen Peroxide Injection to Remediate F2 PHC Contaminated Soil
    Francis Galbraith, Project Specialist, Remedial Systems

Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St West, North Building, Toronto, ON
Booth: #15
Organizer: Real Property Institute of Canada
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