NFTA Metro Light Rail Line Extension May 12

NFTA Metro Light Rail Line Extension

The purpose of this project was to extend the NFTA-Metro light rail line by 6.5 miles. The previous rail line, which was completed in 1986, ran approximately 6.4 miles along Main Street in Buffalo, from the KeyBank Center to the south campus of the University of... Read more
Earth Day Apr 22

Earth Day

Earth Day is a day that inspires trash pickups, water ways cleanups, and increased visibility of environmental causes. It falls on April 22, every year. It is an inspiring day to remember that the Earth is the only home we have, so we need to take care of it. The... Read more
Staff Spotlight: Mary Padasak Mar 17

Staff Spotlight: Mary Padasak

Mary Padasak has been an Environmental Engineer at Encorus Group since 2009. She works on stormwater design and permitting, bulk storage permitting, SEQR, and most recently, geotechnical assistance including Phase 1 reports, groundwater sampling, and contaminated... Read more

Fun Fact Friday: The Year In Review

Over the past year, we have explored the four different service groups that make up Encorus Group: Civil Materials Testing, Mechanical Integrity, Non-Destructive Testing, and Engineering Design. As 2020 comes to a close, now is a time to reflect on what defines each... Read more
Welcome Bryan Hann, PG! Jun 10

Welcome Bryan Hann, PG!

Encorus would like to welcome Bryan Hann, PG as its new Environmental Services Manager!  Bryan is a Registered Professional Geologist and brings over 25 years of experience in hydrogeologic, geologic, soils testing, remediation, and remedial construction activities. ... Read more
Fun Fact Friday: Dynamic Cone Penetrometer Testing Nov 15

Fun Fact Friday: Dynamic Cone Penetrometer Testing

Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) testing is a method of measuring the strength of loose soil that has not been disturbed, or compacted materials under existing field conditions. This is an important test to perform if any type of construction is planned for the area.... Read more