CREW Boston

Soil Management and Its Effect on CRE Webinar

Boston, MA


In Massachusetts, it’s becoming increasingly challenging to manage excess soil generated during construction that requires off-site reuse, treatment and/or disposal. Today, there are fewer facilities that will accept soil for reuse, treatment and/or disposal within the Commonwealth, which is resulting in more soil being shipped out of state.

Join us for a webinar as we hear from professionals dealing with this every day as they share and inform CREW Boston members about the current challenges with the soil market.  Panelists will provide examples of how soil management is impacting projects from a cost, schedule, planning and overall earthwork strategy viewpoint.  Soil management challenges often have big impacts on the overall project budget and schedule, so early planning is imperative to the smooth execution of a construction project that will generate excess soil. 

              • Allyson Callahan, Turner Construction Company
              • Somala Diby, TLee Development, LLC
              • Kelly McQueeney, Harvard University
              • Tricia Pinto, Sanborn Head & Associates


3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

(Zoom details provided in confirmation email).

Members: $0
Non-members: $30

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Confirmed Attending

  • Rebecca Bachand
  • Rebecca Bentley
  • Donna Brown
  • Daria Bukesova
  • Carla Cabral
  • Allyson Callahan
  • Tim Caplice
  • Judy Cazeau
  • Wendy Cohen
  • Maria de la Motte
  • Somala Diby
  • Corinne Disenhof
  • Marissa Fabrizio
  • Amy Falconeiri
  • Ileen Gladstone
  • Jennifer Kusek
  • Shannon LaMarre
  • Travis Lee
  • Travis Lee
  • Kristy Lyons
  • Kiele Mauricio
  • Kelly McQueeney
  • Liz Nyman
  • Noreen O'Toole
  • Tricia Pinto
  • Valerie Pontiff
  • Roxcell Rigby
  • Amanda Roe
  • Sara Roy
  • Wally Shedd
  • Lynne Sweet
  • Marcia Thornhill
  • Alex Toteva
  • Elizabeth Wright