As a senior project manager/environmental scientist with CA RICH, Jessica Proscia’s responsibilities include the conductance of Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments.
Proscia is currently managing the testing and remediation of redevelopment sites under the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Brownfield Cleanup Program; New York City Brownfield Cleanup Program and State Superfund Program.
She has also conducted all aspects of environmental investigations including UST removals, supervision of drilling and well installation, sanitary system or dry well clean-outs, groundwater, and soil sampling, soil delineation, excavation, petroleum and hazardous waste disposal, analytical interpretation, groundwater contouring, soil vapor intrusion testing and report preparation.
She has received approval from the State for BCP applications and has closed out numerous New York State Spills sites.
Proscia has also assisted with the construction, pilot tests, and start-up tests associated with air sparge/soil vapor extraction and sub-slab depressurization systems for the remediation/mitigation of contamination. In addition, he has conducted monitoring and troubleshooting for the AS/SVE and SSD systems.
Proscia conducts annual property inspections for the highly successful Tenant Environmental Compliance Program, which helps to ensure that the tenants are not contaminating a landlord’s properties. This program now covers almost two million square feet of multi-tenanted buildings on Long Island.