Deborah Molloy

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RemTech 2018

October 10-12, 2018
RemTech 2018 is the premier remediation technology transfer event for environmental professionals, encompassing the latest innovations in soil and groundwater remediation.
By |August 23rd, 2018|Events, Featured Event, News, top-news-events|Comments Off on RemTech 2018|

2017 WEAO Technical Symposium and OPCEA Exhibition

April 2-4, 2017
The Water Environment Association of Ontario is hosting its annual conference in Ottawa, Ontario. It is the largest Canadian technical conference for the wastewater industry.

ONEIA Annual Address Ontario Environmental Commissioner

March 28, 2017
The Ontario Environmental Commissioner Dianne Saxe will offer her annual address to the province's environment and cleantech industry.
By |March 6th, 2017|Events|Comments Off on ONEIA Annual Address Ontario Environmental Commissioner|
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    AON Risk Solutions Breakfast Series – Niagara Construction Association

AON Risk Solutions Breakfast Series – Niagara Construction Association

March 21, 2017
Grant Walsom (XCG Consulting Limited) will be speaking on a panel in respect to Excess Soils
By |March 4th, 2017|Events|Comments Off on AON Risk Solutions Breakfast Series – Niagara Construction Association|
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    Successful Environmental Due Diligence Assistance to meet Client’s Environmental Condition Waiver Deadline

Successful Environmental Due Diligence Assistance to meet Client’s Environmental Condition Waiver Deadline

Recently, XCG successfully assisted a purchaser make an informed business decision about moving forward with a purchase/sale agreement. The environmental work included a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) and follow-up Phase II ESA to assist in understanding the environmental site conditions and risks.
By |February 7th, 2017|All Projects, Hazardous Materials Management, Land services, Legal, Insurance, Real Estate and Financial, Projects, Sectors, Site Assessment|Comments Off on Successful Environmental Due Diligence Assistance to meet Client’s Environmental Condition Waiver Deadline|

Are We Making Enough Progress?

Breaking down the barriers to brownfield redevelopment in Canada.
By |January 17th, 2017|Articles, News|Comments Off on Are We Making Enough Progress?|

Toronto Real Estate Forum

December 2-3, 2015
The Real Estate Forum has become Canada's largest annual national conference on real estate investment and management issues. Once again a strong program has been developed for 2015, featuring insightful leading commentators, presentations, and interactive panel discussions.
By |October 13th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Toronto Real Estate Forum|
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    Redevelopment of a Commercial Building – Downtown Kitchener

Redevelopment of a Commercial Building – Downtown Kitchener

XCG recently assisted 1500985 Ontario Limited in obtaining a Record of Site Condition (RSC) within the City of Kitchener for purposes of the redevelopment of a commercial building in the Downtown core. The City of Kitchener requested that 1500985 Ontario Limited obtain a RSC as a requirement for a building permit to convert a portion of the Property from commercial to residential use.
By |October 8th, 2015|All Projects, Hazardous Materials Management, Land services, Legal, Insurance, Real Estate and Financial, Projects, Sectors, Site Assessment|Comments Off on Redevelopment of a Commercial Building – Downtown Kitchener|

2015 Brownfielder of the Year – Grant Walsom!

October 8, 2015
On October 8th, 2015 at the Canadian Urban Institutes 16th annual Brownie Awards Gala, Grant Walsom was honoured as the 2015 Brownfielder of the Year award.
By |October 8th, 2015|Awards & Recognition, News|Comments Off on 2015 Brownfielder of the Year – Grant Walsom!|

Former Kaufman Footwear Main Plant

XCG conducted a comprehensive site-specific risk assessment (SSRA) at the former Kaufman Footwear manufacturing plant in Kitchener, Ontario. Approximately 225,000 litres (50,000 gallons) of naphtha leaked from an underground storage tank (UST) and created a naphtha plume floating on the water table approximately 10 metres (33 feet) below the ground surface.