Podcast

Host:
Paul K. Boyce
PE, PG; CEO/President
P.W. Grosser Consulting
30 Years of Engineering Excellence Brought to You in 20 Minutes
This PWGC series amplifies discussions on environmental work that’s changing the way we live, and the people who are making it happen.
Hosted by Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG; CEO/President of P.W. Grosser Consulting, podcast episodes will include thought provoking conversations with environmental experts in key sectors, such as water resources, aviation, health care, real estate development and more.
Upcoming Episodes
Episode 20: Wednesday 12/15 @3pm
Dewatering Deciphered
Guest: Regina Bykov, PG, Project Manager, and Kyle Allan Project Manager at Chesterfield


Dewatering in the most simplified of terms is the process of extracting water from the ground and moving it to another location. It represents an important step in the site development process, and is necessary for proper construction, especially in areas with shallow water tables. In this podcast, Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG, PWGC colleague Regina Bykov, PG, Project Manager, and Kyle Allan Project Manager at Chesterfield Associates discuss the technical process of removing water from digs, the logistics of dewatering, and its effects on the environment.
Episode 21: Wednesday 01/05 @3pm
A New Horizon for Smithtown


Smithtown is evolving and experiencing growth-related issues like other towns on Long Island. Throughout today's discussion, we touch upon how these experiences are being improved upon in the environment and the economy. In this podcast, Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG, PWGC colleague Charlie Bartha, PE, Sr. Vice President at PWGC, and Edward R. Wehrheim, Town Supervisor for Smithtown discuss the environmental challenges and impacts that Smithtown has faced in the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic. 
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