Dragun Corporation Continues Growth with new Engineer in Farmington Hills, Michigan Office

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in Press | 0 comments

Dragun Corporation is pleased to announce that Ms. Brooke Voeller has joined the company as an environmental engineer.  Ms. Voeller is a graduate of Bradley University where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering. Jeffrey Bolin, Senior Vice President of Technical Operations at Dragun, said, “We look for key attributes when considering new staff, including, technical aptitude, excellent attitude, client-centric focus, desire to learn and grow, and commitment...

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Dragun Welcomes Summer Graduate Student

Posted by on May 3, 2016 in Press | 0 comments

Recent University of Windsor Graduate, Taryn Azzopardi, B.Sc. Environmental Science, will join the Dragun Corporation for the summer of 2016.  She will work under the close guidance of Christopher Paré, P. Geo., who has been with Dragun Corporation for more than 25 years. Ms. Azzopardi will return to school this fall at the University of Toronto where she will begin her graduate studies. Dragun’s Senior Vice President of Technical Operations, Jeffrey Bolin, M.S., said, “We...

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Dragun Corporation Continues Growth with New Engineer in Farmington Hills, Michigan, Office

Posted by on Dec 4, 2015 in Press |

Dragun Corporation is pleased to announce that Ms. Tracy L. Repp, M. Sc., has joined the company as an environmental engineer. Ms. Repp is a graduate of Michigan State University (M.S., Environmental Engineering), University of Toronto (M.Sc. Geosciences), and Lake Superior State University (B.S. Geosciences). Ms. Repp, a dual citizen of the United States and Canada, has nearly 10 years of combined environmental consulting experience in the US and Canada. More recently, she...

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Environmental Firm’s “Simple” Innovation Provides Real-Time Data

Posted by on Nov 13, 2014 in Press | 0 comments

Farmington Hills, MI, November 13, 2014 – When groundwater is contaminated and a community’s drinking water is threatened, getting to a solution quickly is essential.  The critical task for the scientists and engineers is the remedial investigation (RI), that is, figuring out the subsurface geological and groundwater conditions and chemical distributions.  The RI must be thorough and complete before focusing on how to clean up the contamination.  RI’s take time and...

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Precedent-Setting, Federally-Funded, Remedial Investigation Begins at FUDS Site

Posted by on Jul 31, 2014 in Press |

Farmington Hills, MI, July 31, 2014 – The Department of Justice, in a precedent-setting move, agreed to pay 90 percent of the cost of a remedial investigation and feasibility study to develop a clean-up method for dealing with the trichloroethylene (TCE) contamination at a Formerly Used Defense Site (FUDS).  This investigation and feasibility study are estimated to cost $9.4 million, with the federal government paying 90 percent and current property owners paying the...

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