Consultants in the Earth and Environmental Sciences
Trustee for Remedial Projects
Lincoln Center Environmental Remediation Trust
1999 Mr. Adams was appointed by the Federal District Court as Trustee
for the Lincoln Center Environmental Remediation Trust. The Trustís
primary task is the implementation of a large-scale remediation,
consistent with the National Contingency Plan at a shopping center
impacted by dry-cleaning solvents. The Trust, created as a result of
contentious and prolonged litigation by the funding of a remedial cap
insurance policy, has assumed direct control of RI/FS process and the
development of the final remedial action at the site, charged with
completing the work in accordance with the National Contingency Plan.
Mr. Adams, as Trustee, works in close conjunction with the California
Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board in the
implementation of the investigation, characterization and remediation of
the Lincoln Center Site.
As Trustee, Mr. Adamsí responsibilities
include all aspects of contracting and directing the technical work, and
accounting, investing and managing the assets of the Trust. While the
applicable remedial cap insurance policy has a term extending until
2029, closure is expected prior to that date and within budget.
2006, Point Environmental was selected by the California Attorney
General and the Regional Water Quality Control Board and confirmed by
the settling parties in the matter People of the State of California, et
al v. Sonora Mining, et al as the Trustee of the Jamestown Mine
Remediation Trusts. The Jamestown Trusts are funded by the mining
companies and landowners to perform the closure of the Jamestown Mine,
formerly one of California largest open pit mines.
Trust I which was established by the non-landowner defendants Mr. Adams
implement the closure of the Mines tailings facility, and directed an
extensive groundwater investigation to determine the extent and
magnitude of groundwater impacts from the mining activities.
Subsequently, Mr. Adams has, as Trustee of the Jamestown Trust II
established by the landowner defendants, assumed responsibility for
ongoing operation and maintenance activities and the implementation of
secondary remedial activities.