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Rich Arlington & Associates
Lake City, Pennsylvania
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Contact:  Richard Arlington, III, CSP, CLP
www.richarlington.com
814-490-4700 Or Toll Free 814-866-8952
rich@richarlington.com

Lake City, Pennsylvania

Contact:  Richard Arlington, III, CSP, CLP
www.richarlington.com
814-490-4700 Or Toll Free 814-866-8952
rich@richarlington.com

Richard D. Arlington III CV

Education: Certified Snow Professional, Snow & Ice Management Association; Certified Landscape Professional, Professional Landcare Association
Years in Practice: 30+
Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 25+
Rich Arlington is a Certified Snow Professional (CSP) and Landscape Industry Certified Manager (LICM). There are less than 250 CSPs in the United States. Rich possesses over 25 years of experience providing landscape and snow and ice maintenance services; he is still actively involved in snow and landscape operations. For over three decades he has owned and operated a viable Landscape Snow and Ice Management Company. For over two decades he is the National Director and CFO for a National Exterior Services Company with operations in multiple states dealing with snow and ice issues. Examples of snow & ice management cases: Salt usage for ice control Site plan to establish best snow storage areas Data provided to establish possible liability for accidents Contractor safety and training procedures as compared to industry standards Contractor practices and methods as compared to industry standards Was the contract proper for the snow and ice industry Weather patterns to establish correct ice control methods The site snow response plan to establish procedures requested were followed If a scope of work is written for this case, does it give proper directions to the contractor Were financial constraints established that limited the proper procedures for snow and ice management
Information:  
Ice Safety and Rescue,  Landscaping,  Premises Liability,  Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Snow and Ice Management ,  Snow or Ice Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Snow Science, 


Richard D. Arlington III CV

Education: Certified Snow Professional, Snow & Ice Management Association; Certified Landscape Professional, Professional Landcare Association
Years in Practice: 30+
Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 25+
Rich Arlington is a Certified Snow Professional (CSP) and Landscape Industry Certified Manager (LICM). There are less than 250 CSPs in the United States. Rich possesses over 25 years of experience providing landscape and snow and ice maintenance services; he is still actively involved in snow and landscape operations. For over three decades he has owned and operated a viable Landscape Snow and Ice Management Company. For over two decades he is the National Director and CFO for a National Exterior Services Company with operations in multiple states dealing with snow and ice issues. Examples of snow & ice management cases: Salt usage for ice control Site plan to establish best snow storage areas Data provided to establish possible liability for accidents Contractor safety and training procedures as compared to industry standards Contractor practices and methods as compared to industry standards Was the contract proper for the snow and ice industry Weather patterns to establish correct ice control methods The site snow response plan to establish procedures requested were followed If a scope of work is written for this case, does it give proper directions to the contractor Were financial constraints established that limited the proper procedures for snow and ice management

Ken J. Boegeman, Jr. CSP, ASM
Saint Louis, Missouri
5730 Wise Avenue, 63110


Contact:  Ken J. Boegeman, Jr. CSP, ASM
www.swintergroup.com/snow-consulting.html
314-678-0114 Or Toll Free
kenb@swintergroup.com
5730 Wise Avenue
Saint Louis, Missouri 63110

Contact:  Ken J. Boegeman, Jr. CSP, ASM
www.swintergroup.com/snow-consulting.html
314-678-0114
kenb@swintergroup.com
Having developed a passion for snow and ice management, over the last quarter century Ken dedicated a great deal time to learning best practices such as equipment and material knowledge; contract language; snow removal and deicing operational tactics; and crew, material, and slip & fall risk management.

Ken is a one stop shop for anything and everything relative to the snow and ice management industry. He has provided consulting and in-field services for international facilities management corporations as well as local property owners / managers, and has personally managed snow removal services throughout the country.

Ken has attained both the Advanced Snow Manager (ASM) and Certified Snow Professional (CSP) designations from the Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA). The ASM program has four courses and focuses on in-field best practices, science and chemical knowledge. The CSP is a highly sought after credential that is only awarded to an individual after they meet experience requirements and pass a written test proctored by SIMA. There are very few CSPs relative to the amount of snow removal contractors in North America. Although SIMA has thousands of members, less than 250 have attained the CSP Designation. CSP testing covers fields such as snow and ice science, operations, techniques and subcontracting.

Ken has Snow & Ice Management expert, consulting and production experience in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and he has extensive knowledge in the following areas relative to snow and ice management industry standards:

Expert witness services for both plaintiff and defense attorneys
Equipment procurement, routing, maintenance and operation
Remediation techniques
Litigation strategy
Deposition prep and strategy
Granular, pelletized, flake and liquid deicing chemicals
Winter precipitation types
Refrozen ice
Sub-contracting
Deicing material procurement, storage and application
Contract negotiation and management
Sales and customer service
Information:  
Ice Safety and Rescue,  Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Snow and Ice Management ,  Snow or Ice Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Snow Science, 


Having developed a passion for snow and ice management, over the last quarter century Ken dedicated a great deal time to learning best practices such as equipment and material knowledge; contract language; snow removal and deicing operational tactics; and crew, material, and slip & fall risk management.

Ken is a one stop shop for anything and everything relative to the snow and ice management industry. He has provided consulting and in-field services for international facilities management corporations as well as local property owners / managers, and has personally managed snow removal services throughout the country.

Ken has attained both the Advanced Snow Manager (ASM) and Certified Snow Professional (CSP) designations from the Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA). The ASM program has four courses and focuses on in-field best practices, science and chemical knowledge. The CSP is a highly sought after credential that is only awarded to an individual after they meet experience requirements and pass a written test proctored by SIMA. There are very few CSPs relative to the amount of snow removal contractors in North America. Although SIMA has thousands of members, less than 250 have attained the CSP Designation. CSP testing covers fields such as snow and ice science, operations, techniques and subcontracting.

Ken has Snow & Ice Management expert, consulting and production experience in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and he has extensive knowledge in the following areas relative to snow and ice management industry standards:

Expert witness services for both plaintiff and defense attorneys
Equipment procurement, routing, maintenance and operation
Remediation techniques
Litigation strategy
Deposition prep and strategy
Granular, pelletized, flake and liquid deicing chemicals
Winter precipitation types
Refrozen ice
Sub-contracting
Deicing material procurement, storage and application
Contract negotiation and management
Sales and customer service