In addition to the many innovative services RTR Energy Solutions, LLC, provides to its clients, we also pride ourselves on the presence we have within the Environmental Sector. Our Environmental Coordination Team is devoted to providing well-informed recommendations and knowledgeable field management in order to comply with local, state and federal environmental regulations. Currently, our environmental team is primarily providing service in the electric utility sector, and has been an integral part of the successful completion of projects ranging from substation rebuilds to transmission line construction.

Environmental Responsibilities

The Environmental Coordination Team works together with all other facets of civil construction to ensure Best Management Practice (BMP) specifications are met and all environmental regulations are followed. Daily coordination with onsite supervisors allows for a clear understanding of the tasks at hand, and how they can be successfully completed in a safe and efficient manner.

Other responsibilities of the team include:

  • Regular Site-Specific Erosion and Sediment Control Inspections
  • Civil Inspections
  • Daily site walk-downs
  • Coordination with environmental agencies
  • Environmental Report submittal

Contact: Sean Zagwoski

Shawn Hoagland
Environmental Coordinator
Shawn holds a BA in Geosciences from Penn State University. He began his career in the Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey regions working in the environmental sector practicing soil and groundwater sampling, soil vapor analysis, and wetland and stream delineation. Since joining the RTR team in August, 2016, Shawn has coordinated and provided inspections of onsite erosion and sediment controls, and has worked with contractors to ensure compliance with state environmental regulations.
Sean Zagwoski
Project Manager
Sean holds a BSLA in Landscape Architecture. He has 8 years of construction experience in the heavy highway/civil field as a construction supervisor with projects ranging from $2-$40 million. For the past two years he has been managing large scale green/brown field substation projects in the utility industry responsible for scope, schedule, and budget. The two current projects are worth $105 million. Both projects have a complex/challenging design and construction schedule to meet.
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