I have over 23 years of experience in health, safety, and environmental regulatory compliance, analytical chemistry, energy systems optimization, soil and groundwater investigation and remediation, and building services (construction and demolition) management.
Senior Project Manager focusing on the environmental, health, and safety needs of clients by bringing them together with TRC’s team of subject matter experts to maintain regulatory compliance at their facilities. Work with a broad range of clients, primarily in the petrochemical refining, oil and gas, natural gas transmission, power generation industries.
Provide combustion and steam system optimization services, which performs boiler and heater tune ups as a best management practice and for MACT (DDDDD) compliance, steam trap surveys, acoustic monitoring of steam and refinery flare systems, air pollution control equipment design and evaluations, and FTIR monitoring of source emissions. Our service offerings provide a two-fold benefit to our clients in that we can successfully reduce HAP emissions while saving considerable amounts of money (thousands to millions annually).
Other expertise includes owning/operating a volatile organics laboratory (GC/MS), storm water drainage studies and control planning, SPCC plans, demolition management and oversight, health and safety training, Tier I/II reporting, Phase I environmental site assessments (ESAs), Phase II ESAs, asbestos inspections and reporting, fate and transport modeling, mixing zone determinations, vapor intrusion assessment.
I am a Licensed Professional Geologist in LA (P.G. #98), Certified Professional Geologist (AIPG; #11389); Certified Energy Manager/Auditor (Univ. of Florida and Sage Env.), and an Accredited Asbestos Inspector (MI).
I serve as a board member and president elect for the Dahlem Conservancy in Jackson, Michigan and am a student mentor for Seniors at Albion College, with a major in Geology and Environmental Studies.