June 26, 2017
Abscope has recently secured a contract to relocate a petroleum recovery facility in Maryland for a large petrochemical company. Currently, Abscope has completed the initial subgrade excavations and expects to begin further infrastructure development within the next few weeks. Abscope is on schedule to deliver the project, on time, in an efficient and safe manner for all involved stakeholders.
June 12, 2017
Abscope welcomes Jon LeMessurier to our team! Jon recently accepted a position with Abscope as Project Manager and brings an impressive array of training, credentials and military accomplishments to our company. With a wealth of expertise and vast experience from his years of general and construction oversight for a multitude of clients, Jon hit the ground running managing a large project from our Maryland office. Jon holds an MBA from Syracuse University and served as a Senior Airman in the United States Air Force at the Royal Air Force Station Mildenhall, England from 2006 to 2010. With Jon’s experience and “team-approach” attitude, we feel he will be a tremendous addition to our group of professionals here at Abscope.
May 25, 2017
Abscope would like to extend a warm welcome to a new member of our team. Melissa Multer, a graduate of ESF Environmental Resources Engineering Class of 2017, is our new Project Engineer. We were fortunate to employ Melissa as a summer intern in 2016 and equally fortunate that she accepted a full-time position with us as she launches her career. We are confident that Melissa will be an asset to our company and will provide the high level of service and professionalism that our clients have come to expect.
May 19, 2017
Baltimore Office Embarking Upon Busy Year Abscope is embarking upon two sizable remediation projects within the Greater Baltimore footprint. The projects are being performed for an international energy corporation with a major presence in the mid-Atlantic region. Additionally, Abscope continues to make substantial progress at its multiyear abatement project in northern Virginia. This project is located at a large, occupied government facility. Moreover, our Baltimore office has continued to leverage Abscope’s HubZone status as a means to obtain key opportunities in the federal arena.
May 18, 2017
Abscope Environmental, Inc. has been chosen as a winner of the Environmental Business Journal's 2016 Business Achievement Award for Remediation Contractors. The prestigious award shall be presented this March at the EBJ annual summit in San Diego, CA and was based on the following achievements: "Abscope increased its market share in both hazardous abatement and soil remediation work. The majority of Abscope's projects have been performed for Fortune 500 corporations and international engineering firms specializing in environmental design. Geographically, Abscope has steadily expanded its area of operations to include the northeastern and southeastern US with several outliers west of the Mississippi River." "During 2016, Abscope entered the deep soil mixing market by successfully performing an In-Situ Stabilization (ISS) project for an international power generation company. Abscope also furthered its inroads in the federal arena by winning a multi-year PCB removal project at a government facility in Washington DC, and procured its first ID/IQ hazardous abatement contract through NAVFAC for work at the Philadelphia Navy Ship Yard." "Morever, Abscope acquired its HUBZone certification in 2016 thus enabling it to successfully pursue future contracts with federal agencies."
April 18, 2017
Abscope received the EBJ 2016 Bronze Business Achievement Award. Our CEO had the opportunity to provide his thoughts on the Environmental Market. Check out the article attached.
April 18, 2017
Abscope participated in the 2017 ESF Career Fair to find prospective summer interns. Pictured Steve Mahana and Kaitlyn Romagnoli
February 21, 2017
Abscope was proud to support our community by sponsoring the Rescue Mission Alliance of Syracuse in their 2017 "Freeze Out 5K Glow Run" to combat homelessness.