House improvement equipments and blueprints on blackboardWith many projects planned for existing and new buildings during the upcoming summer months while students are away, appropriate advanced planning for environmental issues can be a critical time and money saver (and reduce risks) for your district.  In addition, with the escalation of recent headlines reporting state public schools temporarily closing for asbestos abatement or permanently closing due to the discovery of PCBs, we invite you to join Shipman & Goodwin’s environmental and construction attorneys on May 3rd for No Environmental Issue Left Behind: Challenges for Public Schools – Compliance Requirements, Construction Projects and Crisis Management, where panelists will present a robust discussion about  the environmental, health and safety issues faced by public schools.  Please click here for more information and to register.

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Photo of Andrew N. Davis, Ph.D. Andrew N. Davis, Ph.D.

Andrew Davis, Ph.D., is a partner in the firm’s Environmental Practice Group. He counsels clients in transactional, permitting, compliance and enforcement matters under federal and state health and safety, hazardous waste, air and water pollution, site development and property transfer laws.

Photo of Alfredo G. Fernández Alfredo G. Fernández

A former aerospace engineer, Alfredo focuses his practice on regulatory compliance and transactional due diligence with respect to a wide range of federal, state and international environmental, health and safety laws.  Alfredo regularly counsels clients regarding new and existing chemicals under the Toxic…

A former aerospace engineer, Alfredo focuses his practice on regulatory compliance and transactional due diligence with respect to a wide range of federal, state and international environmental, health and safety laws.  Alfredo regularly counsels clients regarding new and existing chemicals under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), “Superfund” liability under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), chemical crises under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), and workplace safety under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.  Alfredo also has experience with unique investigation and remediation issues associated with emerging contaminants, state “Brownfields” programs and the “Connecticut Transfer Act.”

Alfredo’s complete biography can be found here.