8/2016 - SC&A was recently awarded a subcontract under an Adjusters International’s Tidal
Basin Group contract to support Continuity of Operations (COOP) program review and plan development for the Dallas/Ft.
Worth International Airport. SC&A will provide subject matter expertise on both COOP planning and airport operations to
assist the Tidal Basin Team in evaluating current gaps and shortfalls in the existing plan and help develope improved COOP
program processes and a revised COOP plan.
8/2016 - SC&A has been awarded contracts to perform verification services for the San Diego
International Airport and another large metropolitan airport in California, who are pursuing Level 2 certification with
the Airports Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program. In the capacity of independent verifier, SC&A is auditing the
airports’ carbon management practices and reviewing their carbon footprints to corroborate that their operations
meet stated greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals.
7/2016 - Robert Anigstein, a Senior Health Physicist with SC&A, along with coauthors
Michael Erdman and Armin Ansari had an
article published in the June Health Physics Journal, titled “Use of Transportable Radiation Detection
Instruments to Assess Internal Contamination From Intakes of Radionuclides Part I: Field Tests and Monte Carlo
6/2016 - SC&A has been awarded a Task Order Contract to provide environmental, scientific, and
energy consulting technical services to the State of Utah Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Waste Management
& Radiation Control. These services include licensing and relicensing support, hydrogeological studies, performance
assessment, engineering, cost benefit analysis, and environmental investigations and compliance.
5/2016 - John Mauro, Sr. Vice President with SC&A, was recognized by the Conference of Radiation
Control Program Directors, Inc. with an Award for Meritorious Service for his contribution to CRCPD’s E-42 Task Force
report on TENORM aspects of the Oil and Gas Industry.
5/2016 - As a subcontractor to Mozaik Solutions, Inc., SC&A was recently hired to provide
subject matter expertise to assist the Santa Cruz Public Health Department in conducting their Continuity of Operations
(COOP) Plan, Business Impact Analysis (BIA). This work includes designing data collection tools, conducting focus groups,
collecting information, and analyzing Department programs, policies, procedures, resources, and interdependencies to
identify mission essential functions and associated requirements for performing those functions. The BIA will serve as
the foundational document for the Department in developing their COOP plan and establishing a viable COOP program to
ensure essential functions can be performed regardless of circumstance.
4/2016 - SC&A’s wholly-owned subsidiary, EC/R, was awarded a task order with EPA’s
Clean Air Markets Divison to provide on-site desktop-server Linux support.
12/2015 - SC&A has been awarded a three-year contract by the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide Chemical, Biological,
Radiological, Nuclear and High-Explosive (CBNRE) subject matter experts and technical support for programs
managed by the Agency’s CBRNE Office.
11/2015 - SC&A is pleased to announce that we have acquired EC/R, Inc. of North
Carolina. With this acquisition, we will be able to provide enhanced support to our Air Quality clients.
11/2015 - SC&A’s Juan Maldonado is publishing an introduction to the emerging
Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program in EM, the Air & Waste Management Association’s
monthly magazine. Read an advance copy of the article here.
The ACA program has been adopted by more than 125 airports in Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa and is taking off
in North American airports. Mr. Maldonado is one of the first approved third-party verifiers in the U.S. to offer
airport verification services under the ACA program.
9/2015 - SC&A was awarded another task order under the Enterprise Contract to support
the NRC’s review of an application to amend an existing license to allow for in situ uranium recovery
activities at the Kendrick Expansion Area in Wyoming. SC&A is supporting both the environmental review under
the NEPA and the consultations with Native American Tribes under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
9/2015 - SC&A has been awarded a 5-year contract from EPA to provide technical support
in fulfillment of EPA’s responsibilities for oversight and enforcement of CERCLA and RCRA activities at
federal and non-federal facilities within Regions 5 and 6.
9/2015 - SC&A was awarded a contract with the United States Coast Guard’s Office of
Standards Evaluation & Development. The focus of this work will be on developing and testing a strategy for
applying maritime air emissions models in combination as a means for producing reasonable, defensible
national-level estimates of vessel-related air emissions using commercially available data.
8/2015 - SC&A was awarded a task order under our NRC Enterprise-wide IDIQ Contract to
support the NRC’s refresh of its guidance related to the storage and transportation of spent fuel. We are
looking at the feasibility of combining pairs of existing guidance documents and updating them.
8/2015 - SC&A is a member of the Cambridge Systematics, Inc. team that was awarded a task
order from the Federal Highway Administration to perform Mobile Source Air Toxics (MSAT) Research, Analysis, &
Outreach. Through this project, SC&A is preparing case studies that document examples of project-level MSAT
estimation techniques and will prepare a white paper that identifies successes, challenges, and lessons learned in
project-level MSAT analysis and the implications for future FHWA technical resources and guidance.
2/2015 - Kira Darlow, one of SC&A’s lead compliance specialists and auditors, has
been certified by the Board of Environmental, Health & Safety Auditor Certification (BEAC).
11/2014 - SC&A was awarded a contract by the NRC to investigate where patients go,
other than their homes, immediately following release from treatment with I-131 (primarily for thyroid cancer and
hyperthyroidism). Treatment institutions will include both government facilities (e.g., VA hospitals) and
non-government facilities distributed geographically throughout the United States. Patient destinations will
include hotels, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and correctional facilities. As an optional
follow-on task, we would measure radiation exposures from treated patients to personnel at non-home locations.
10/2014 - SC&A has begun work as a subcontractor to PNTS Incorporated on a Phase I
SBIR project for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) to develop a system for the indirect remote
detection of shielded radiological and nuclear threats by non-atmospheric secondary effects in
electromagnetic materials—in this case, a metamaterial. SC&A’s primary responsibility will
be to model the radiation environment using an advanced Monte Carlo radiation transport code.
9/2014 - SC&A has been awarded a task order with the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention’s Radiation Studies Branch to develop a template for an exercise plan
compatible with the DHS HSEEP guidance that a jurisdiction can adopt to exercise its Community Reception
Centers through a drill.
9/2014 - On October 1, 2014, SC&A’s Juan Maldonado became one of three
approved third-party verifiers in the U.S. to offer airport verification services under the Airport
Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program. ACA is the popular carbon management program by the Airport Council
International and has been adopted by 104 airports in Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa since 2009.
ACA is projected to be adopted by North American airports over the next few years.
9/2014 - SC&A was awarded a contract with the Arizona Department of Environmental
Quality to develop a 2011 emission inventory for particulate matter in Yuma, Arizona. The product of this
contract will be used to analyze Yuma area air quality and provide information for any future State
Implementation Plan or maintenance plan development.
9/2014 - SC&A announces the formation of a new NORM/TENORM division
to handle increased NORM work demand. The division is headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and is
headed by Mark Krohn, MHP, CHP. Mr. Krohn has more than 32 years of experience with radiation safety, including
more than 24 years specializing in NORM/TENORM concerns. NORM/TENORM consulting services offered by SC&A
include environmental assessments, field surveys, facility audits, and the development of worker protection
plans, waste management plans, and licenses to perform various NORM/TENORM activities. Training courses
offered by SC&A include NORM Awareness, NORM Surveyor, and NORM Radiation Safety Officer courses.