The Wisconsin DNR selected Ramaker & Associates, Inc. through a competitive procurement process to perform environmental site assessments for Wisconsin Assessment Monies (WAM) award sites.
Through US EPA Brownfields Assessment Grants, Wisconsin DNR hires environmental consultants to perform site assessments at brownfields sites throughout the state. DNR’s WAM program allows municipalities to apply for funding to evaluate environmental conditions at brownfields redevelopment sites. The funding may be utilized to perform Phase I ESAs, Phase II ESAs, and limited site investigation work and is performed by a Wisconsin DNR selected contractor.
Ramaker’s environmental team is based out of Sauk City, Wisconsin, and includes geologists, environmental engineers, hydrogeologists, hydrologists, biologists, and environmental specialists. Ramaker performs Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and site investigations for proposed redevelopment sites throughout the country. Ramaker’s environmental team coordinates closely with other service groups within the company to provide a broad range of services including geotechnical investigations and property condition assessments. Working as part of a larger team, Ramaker’s environmental team is able to assist with real estate transaction and site development needs including surveying, civil site design, and various environmental issues through construction management and contaminated material handling.
More information on DNR’s WAM program, including an application for WAM services, is available on their website.