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"It is always rewarding to see a project begin construction after the due diligence, permitting, and funding processes are completed. This is particularly satisfying when the project directly benefits a community in need. It’s proof that our work is making a difference."

Bill Chapman

William M. Chapman

Practice Leader
Environmental Geosciences & Engineering

William Chapman has more than 23 years of experience in multidisciplinary environmental consulting to a wide client base. The focus of his experience includes environmental investigation and remediation, environmental due diligence and liability assessment, and environmental regulatory compliance.

Mr. Chapman has directed and managed numerous large-scale environmental due diligence, assessment, and/or remediation projects for energy, industrial, manufacturing, and commercial clients in over fifteen states and at locations abroad. He has extensive experience with advising clients on contaminant-related liabilities and is knowledgeable of state, federal, and quasi-public agency funding mechanisms available for Brownfield projects and other assessment and remediation activities. His particular expertise is the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP), and he has been involved with hundreds of assessment and remedial response actions throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with particular focus on urban core settings.

In addition, he has provided technical litigation support and expert witness testimony for environmental matters. Mr. Chapman and his team also have experience in Superfund projects, hydrogeologic investigations for irrigation and potable water supplies, dredged materials assessment and management, and on-site environmental compliance/remediation monitoring.

Professional Affiliations

Licensed Site Professional Association (LSPA)

Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA) – Environmental & Affordable Housing Subcommittees

Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) – PCB/TSCA Subcommittee

National Ground Water Association (NGWA)
Citizen's Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA)