Mundell, J.A., “The Evaluation of Ohio River Levee Performance Under Flood Loading Conditions” Purdue Geotechnical Society Workshop, West Lafayette, Indiana, April 15, 2015.
Mundell & Associates is a small consulting company with large-company credentials and significant experience with some of the most challenging and diverse environmental concerns.
Our project portfolio (which includes case histories, publications, and presentations) covers the world and includes time sensitive investigations as well as long term remediation and monitoring. Clients benefit from a cross disciplinary approach to problem solving and depend on our abilities to communicate complex scientific and engineering principles.
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Mundell, J.A., Gildea, K, Brumbaugh, R., “The Use of Geophysical Surveys for Enhanced Site Characterization on Infrastructure Projects,” SAGEEP 2016, Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society, Denver, Colorado, March 21, 2016. (Presented by Kevin Gildea)
Walker, R, “Indiana Geology,” Indiana Master Naturalist Program, Indianapolis, Indiana, February 11, 2016.
Mundell personnel cultivated a collaborative relationship with IDEM officials and established rapport with a community effected by a gasoline release. Mundell created audience appropriate documents to inform school and county officials and the greater community of potential health risks, investigation events, and remedial progress. As on-site work progresses through the cleanup phase, the multifaceted communication efforts continue to provide cost effective, timely dissemination of information regarding remedial progress……Read More »
Mundell was retained to provide consulting services at a former electronics manufacturing facility in Seymour, Indiana which had been subject to several phase of environmental investigation. Mundell completed the treatment of 1,272 tons of cVOC-impacted soil during fifteen (15) days of operation using a thermal desorption process. The treatment was a success from both a cost and technical standpoint, achieving over 99% treatment effectiveness and saving our client up to $600,000 in hazardous material disposal fees……Read More »