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Barr Engineering Co.
8300 Norman Center Drive, Suite 300, Minneapolis, Minn. 55437; 612-832-2600; fax: 612-832-2601Services began: 1966.
Frequent services: Real estate audits, design and analysis of remediation plans, litigation support, regulatory and public policy analysis, UST management and removal.
Occasional services: Manufacturing plant audits, design of waste minimization plans, public health risk assessment.
Other services: Remediation activities; environmental consulting to insurers and policy makers; general risk management consulting; engineering and environmental science consulting in water resources, process, facility and infrastructure design; information technology services.
Staff: 281; 73 environmental professionals, including seven principal consultants, 66 consultants; 16 PEs, nine CPGs, four CHMMs, two CIHs, three CGWPs.
Clients: 148 environmental consulting clients; 128 corporate/institutional clients.
Specialties: Petroleum, mining, power.
Service area: Nationwide.
Compensation: By the project; by the hour: $35 to $150.
1996 gross revenues: $22 million; 47% from unbundled environmental risk management consulting.
Officers: Allan Gebhard, president; John Borovsky, Douglas Connell, Dale Wikre, Dean Malotky, vps.
Contact: Lori L. Stegink, director-business development.
4518 Taylorsville Road, P.O. Box 51, Dayton, Ohio 45401-0051; 937-236-8805; fax: 937-233-2016Services began: 1975.
Frequent services: Real estate audits, UST management and removal, laboratory testing, subsurface investigations.
Occasional services: Manufacturing plant audits, design and analysis of remediation plans, litigation support, regulatory and public policy analysis.
Other services: Remediation activities, general risk management consulting.
Staff: 171; 13 environmental professionals, including four principal consultants, nine consultants; two PEs, four CPGs, one CHMM, one REA.
Clients: 12 environmental consulting clients.
Specialties: Real estate, manufacturing, refining.
Branch offices: Lexington, Ky.; Toledo, Ohio.
Service area: Nationwide.
Compensation: By the project; on retainer; by the hour: $28 to $110.
1996 gross revenues: $4 million; 60% from unbundled environmental risk management consulting.
Officers: Steven M. Bowser, president; Kenneth A. Taylor, vp/director-construction services division; Gerald H. Degler, vp/director-marketing; Scott D. Kinney, secretary/treasurer; Richard Hoppenjans, vp/chief engineer.