President, CEO – Cashiers, NC
Charlie Crawford is a senior level consultant with 26 years of technical experience with environmental consulting, restoration, and compliance. Mr. Crawford has 17+ years of successful program management of DoD and/or Environmental Remediation Programs spanning the investigative and remedial action spectrum as well as the contractual application of programs and projects. He has managed cost reimbursable, time and materials, performance-based and firm fixed price IDIQ remediation contracts valued between $1M and $240M. Mr. Crawford’s background includes extensive assessment and remediation experience including RA-C, RA-O, HTRW, LTM, LTRA, design-build construction, demolition and decommissioning, emergency response, Phase I/II due diligence, UST/AST compliance and management, pollution prevention, optimization initiatives, and stakeholder management. Regulatory experience includes CERCLA, SEPA, CWA, RCRA, Endangered Species Act, USACE Permitting, TSCA, NEPA, Cluster Rule and EPCRA. Mr. Crawford has in-depth experience with DFAR and AFAR contractor requirements and DCAA compliant cost accounting systems.
Daniel Fisher, PMP
Corporate Operations Manager, Principal – Roanoke, VA
Daniel Fisher has over 14 years of relevant experience with site investigation and remediation projects at various types of sites. Considerable experience in the design, installation and operation of various remedial technologies to mitigate contamination of soil and/or groundwater. He has designed and implemented corrective actions at 200+ sites with soil and/or groundwater contamination including RCRA–designated facilities. Mr. Fisher has been directly involved with hundreds of Phase I/II environmental assessments. Specific areas of expertise include emergency response protocol, regulatory and stakeholder negotiation, management systems, complex multi-source assessments & investigations, environmental needs assessment and turnkey remediation portfolio management. Regulatory experience includes CERCLA, SEPA, CWA, RCRA, USACE Permitting, TSCA, NEPA, Cluster Rule and EPCRA.
Mikael Spangberg, PE, PMP
Senior Operations Manager, Federal Programs – Knoxville, TN
Mikael Spangberg is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with more than 35 years of experience. His diverse areas of international expertise include program and project management, environmental assessment and remediation, site optimization, munitions response activities, construction management, and civil engineering. He has successfully managed firm fixed price, cost-reimbursable and performance-based contracts (PBC) spanning the full range of CERCLA and RCRA processes, including implementation of multi-million-dollar field investigation and analysis efforts, remediation, and site closures. Mr. Spangberg also has specific experience in the assessment and remediation of asbestos, explosives, and metals in soil, groundwater, and/or facilities. His experience includes dozens of regulatory site closures and multiple concurrent performance-based environmental restoration projects for the DOD throughout the United States valued at more than $300M.
David Cox, P.G.
Federal Programs Director – Denver, CO
Mr. Cox has 20 years of experience in environmental consulting and management. Mr. Cox’s background includes extensive environmental assessment and remediation experience, including CSM development, hydrogeological tests, subcontractor coordination, and client communication. Mr. Cox has performed multiple characterization and remediation projects at sites contaminated with metals, chlorinated solvents, petroleum compounds, light and dense non-aqueous phase liquids, PCBs, pesticides, chemical agents, and metals. Mr. Cox has directed and managed environmental investigations at numerous Air Force and other DoD facilities including large performance-based remediation projects.
Division Manager – Kalamazoo, MI
Glasser brings over 20 years of Project Management experience ranging from Phase I/II ESAs and managing LUST sites, to oversight and certification of large-scale industrial site demolition projects. Mr. Glasser has completed numerous Baseline Environmental Site Assessments (BEAs), Section 7a Compliance Analyses, Wetland Delineations, Brownfield Redevelopment Plans, Wetland Mitigation Plans, Remedial Action Plans (RAPs), LUST Site Assessments and Closures, and a variety of site-specific investigations including geotechnical analyses, hydrogeological investigations, drinking water quality investigations, critical dune assessments, and floodplain determinations. Mr. Glasser also possesses considerable experience in Indoor Air Quality projects including Mold investigations, Radon surveys, Vapor Intrusion assessments and mitigations, Clandestine Drug Lab (Amphetamine) assessments, and LEED green building certifications. Mr. Glasser has completed NESHAP and AHERA asbestos surveys in schools, public facilities, and commercial / residential buildings. Mr. Glasser’s experience with Michigan Part 201 & 213 project sites includes contaminant delineation, groundwater monitoring & modeling, free-phase product recovery, and the design, installation, and operation of soil and groundwater remediation systems. Mr. Glasser is a State of Michigan Certified Industrial Stormwater Operator and Asbestos Inspector, and a United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACOE) Certified Wetland Delineator.
Division Manager – Charlotte, NC
Aaron Williamson possesses over 10 years of environmental consulting experience in soil, groundwater, and air assessment and remediation activities, is a licensed asbestos inspector in the Carolinas, and is actively pursuing licensure as a professional geologist. Mr. Williamson is currently engaged in remediation and monitoring activities at UST release sites in numerous states, environmental due-diligence assessments, and asbestos inspections. He has managed cost reimbursable, time and materials, and fixed-fee contracts within both the public and private sectors totaling in excess of $1M. Mr. Williamson’s background includes field investigations, quality assurance/quality control, health and safety implementation, project oversight and reporting, due diligence for property transactions, underground storage tank closures, numerous assessment and remedial services including O&M and soil vapor sampling, industrial hygiene assessments including asbestos/lead/mold/radon, and limited geotechnical evaluations. Regulatory experience includes UST, AHERA, NIOSH, OSHA, CERCLA, and RCRA. Mr. Williamson has in-depth experience with various state UST regulatory programs, reporting requirements, and cost recovery systems.
Jr. Project Manager – Richmond, VA
James Coleman is an environmental scientist with five years of technical experience with environmental consulting, restoration, and compliance. Mr. Coleman has 4+ years of managing environmental investigations throughout several states. Mr. Coleman oversees the day to day operation and scheduling of fieldwork for hundreds of sites across the United States. Mr. Coleman’s background includes remediation installation, emergency response, release investigation, corrective action and Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments.
Jr. Project Manager – Roanoke VA
Rachel Raines is a Virginia Certified Professional Geologist with 6+ years of experience. Ms. Raines has worked on projects for hundreds of contaminated sites preparing environmental reports, including the preparation of maps utilizing AutoCAD, and interpretation of groundwater, soil, and vapor data. Field experience includes groundwater sampling, logging and collection soil samples, overseeing groundwater monitoring well installation.