We are at once delighted and disheartened to announce that Mr. Richard Nelligan, Vice President – Eastern Canada, will be retiring as of January 31, 2018. Richard has been a consummate professional and we truly appreciate his dedication and commitment to making THEM Ottawa in particular, and THEM as a whole a better company. Many successful projects that we recognize as the backbone for T. Harris Environmental Management (THEM) were a reflection of his recognized expertise and experience in large-scale private, historical and government sensitive projects. He has been involved with some of the largest, most diverse and complex projects in Canada. Richard has been a tremendous part of our team by sharing this knowledge with all his fellow team members. In addition to his high level of competence and skill, he has achieved great camaraderie with his rare sense of humour.
Richard has provided THEM with over 30 years of devoted service and we treasure his commitment. His industry knowledge and his wide range of expertise have been invaluable. In his projects, he demonstrated expertise in all aspects of asbestos technology, consulting and environmental hazard abatement. His track record of success with large hazardous materials abatement projects and in consulting for a variety of ICI clients underlines his extraordinary professionalism.
Throughout his career, Richard has contributed to every aspect of the industry from policy development to building relationships with clients. He liaised with private clients and government agencies regarding hazard assessments and recommendations on abatement projects. He was involved in every work aspect of environmental consulting services for large-scale construction projects including hazardous materials survey reports, budget estimates, hazmat abatement tender documents and drawings, submittals reviews, inspection, monitoring, progress payments and contract administration.
Richard’s retirement is our loss, but a well-deserved new beginning for him. We wish Mr. Nelligan well as he sets off to enjoy his retirement.