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Curtis Jang is SCS Engineers’ Chief Financial Officer, a Senior Vice President, and a member of the Board of Directors. He is responsible for the strategic direction and execution of SCS’s day-to-day activities in finance, accounting, human resources, information technology and health and safety.

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    • Curtis Jang is SCS Engineers’ Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and a Senior Vice President. He currently sits on the SCS Engineers Board of Directors. He is responsible for the strategic direction and execution of SCS’s day-to-day activities in finance, accounting, human resources, information technology and health and safety.
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      Mr. Jang’s key responsibilities include overseeing the financial development of the firm and its subsidiaries, analytical review of financial results including key metrics, overseeing financial audits, overseeing preparation of corporate tax returns, examining methods for reducing the company’s tax burden, managing cash flow improvement strategies, developing and executing the firm’s mergers and acquisition strategic initiative, active role in the development and approval of the firm’s IT strategic initiatives, annual budgeting, overseeing the annual benefits package renewals, monitoring and developing solutions to human resources and employment issues.
      His career as a finance and accounting executive spans 20 years and encompasses finance, strategic planning, risk management/surety, information technology, and human resources.

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Mr. Jansen has nearly four decades of experience in the waste industry as an environmental compliance Health & Safety specialist. His expertise includes operation of landfills, transfer stations, medical waste facilities, hauling divisions and closed landfills. He has performed Environmental Health & Safety audits in 39 states and Puerto Rico and maintains a membership in the Institute of Internal Auditors. Mr. Jansen is HAZWOPER certified. He has developed and maintained numerous environmental and Health & Safety records to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulatory agencies as required by their permits, regulations, and OSHA Standards.

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    • Mr. Jansen has over three decades of experience in the waste industry as an environmental compliance Health & Safety specialist. His expertise includes operation of landfills, transfer stations, medical waste facilities, hauling divisions and closed landfills. He has performed Environmental Health & Safety audits in 39 states and Puerto Rico and maintains a membership in the Institute of Internal Auditors. Mr. Jansen is HAZWOPER certified. He has developed and maintained numerous environmental and Health & Safety records to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulatory agencies as required by their permits, regulations, and OSHA Standards.
      As a Senior Project Advisor, he provides clients with sustainable and innovative solutions to their regulatory requirements, and perform and document environmental health and safety audits for landfills, transfer stations, waste hauling divisions, medical waste incinerators, and closed landfills. Mr. Jansen will develop action plans to ensure client compliance with audit findings, and he will conduct and document health & safety training for clients and for SCS Engineers and SCS Field Services employees. Mr. Jansen will consultant on remedial activities at landfills, transfer stations, and other waste disposal facilities and develop solutions to address the unique conditions at each facility.

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Mr. Jernigan is a Senior Project Advisor and one of our National Experts for Liquids Management. He is responsible for providing advice and support across all SCS business lines. He is skilled at consensus building among a variety of interests and across scientific, technical, legal and regulatory disciplines while combining the fiscal discipline of budgets, cost control, and managed returns to produce optimal solutions. His expertise includes Regulatory compliance; Environmental Management Systems; RCRA Solid Waste; RCRA Hazardous Waste; Remedial investigations; Feasibility studies; Managed remediation; Brownfields; Superfund; and Regulatory and multi-party settlements.

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    • Mr. Jernigan is a Senior Project Advisor and one of our National Experts for Liquids Management. He is responsible for providing advice and support across all SCS business lines. He is skilled at consensus building among a variety of interests and across scientific, technical, legal and regulatory disciplines while combining the fiscal discipline of budgets, cost control, and managed returns to produce optimal solutions. His expertise includes Regulatory compliance; Environmental Management Systems; RCRA Solid Waste; RCRA Hazardous Waste; Remedial investigations; Feasibility studies; Managed remediation; Brownfields; Superfund; and Regulatory and multi-party settlements.
      Prior to joining SCS, Mr. Jernigan worked for waste management companies in leadership roles and successfully managing a national team servicing 1,200 operating locations to achieve, maintain and improve environmental performance. He has implemented programs, processes, and plans that resulted in year-over-year improvement in environmental performance, across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Achievements included reduced impacts to the environment (in the disposal division); reduced impacts to communities; and reduced regulatory violations in all lines of the business.
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Ms. Jeter is a Senior Project Manager with over 18 years of chemical and environmental engineering experience. Her expertise lies in her experiences providing high-level air quality compliance and permitting strategy and troubleshooting, as well as landfill gas system performance evaluation and design. Tia has a demonstrated depth of technical expertise with ambient air dispersion modeling analysis, New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) compliance, Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) applicability and analysis, air planning and permitting, environmental auditing and reporting, landfill gas control system planning, and environmental compliance. Ms. Jeter is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa.

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    • Ms. Jeter is a Senior Project Manager with over 18 years of chemical and environmental engineering experience. Her expertise lies in her experiences providing high-level air quality compliance and permitting strategy and troubleshooting, as well as landfill gas system performance evaluation and design. Tia has a demonstrated depth of technical expertise with ambient air dispersion modeling analysis, New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) compliance, Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) applicability and analysis, air planning and permitting, environmental auditing and reporting, landfill gas control system planning, and environmental compliance. Ms. Jeter is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa.

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Mr. Jimieson has 20 years of experience as a geological engineer and hydrogeologist on a wide variety of civil and environmental engineering projects. He currently manages industrial and municipal solid waste projects as well as environmental compliance projects. Chris has also consulted on environmental projects at leaking underground storage tank (LUST) sites, chlorinated solvent-contaminated sites, industrial facilities, and historic fill sites with industrial, developer, commercial, military, state, municipal, and solid waste clients.

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    • Mr. Jimieson has 20 years of experience as a geological engineer and hydrogeologist on a wide variety of civil and environmental engineering projects. He currently manages industrial and municipal solid waste projects as well as environmental compliance projects. Chris has also consulted on environmental projects at leaking underground storage tank (LUST) sites, chlorinated solvent-contaminated sites, industrial facilities, and historic fill sites with industrial, developer, commercial, military, state, municipal, and solid waste clients.

Daniel Johnson
Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Brownfields and Landfill Redevelopment
San Diego, CA
National Expert: Brownfields and Landfill Redevelopment
O. (858) 571-5500

Mr. Johnson is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and a National Expert on Brownfields and Landfill Redevelopment. . He is highly experienced in environmental affairs, having managed or been involved with over 1,000 site assessments, including Phase I ESAs, subsurface investigations of chemicals in the vadose and groundwater zones (Phase II), and site remediation, including selection of remedial alternatives for site cleanup. He also has been instrumental in obtaining environmental permits and interfacing with regulatory agencies. Mr. Johnson serves as a member of the San Diego RWQCB, and has managed or been involved with close to 75 site closures.

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    • Mr. Johnson is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and a National Expert on Brownfields and Landfill Redevelopment. He is highly experienced in environmental affairs, having managed or been involved with over 1,000 site assessments, including Phase I ESAs, subsurface investigations of chemicals in the vadose and groundwater zones (Phase II), and site remediation, including selection of remedial alternatives for site cleanup. He also has been instrumental in obtaining environmental permits and interfacing with regulatory agencies. Mr. Johnson serves as a member of the San Diego RWQCB, and has managed or been involved with close to 75 site closures.
      Mr. Johnson is well acquainted with current practices regarding environmental assessments, and has spoken at or chaired numerous conferences on hazardous waste issues related to real estate transactions and Brownfields redevelopment. In addition, he has managed numerous site assessment and subsurface investigation projects, including soil boring and monitoring well programs as well as soil gas and geophysical surveys. He has also managed projects where soil vapor extraction (SVE) and bioremediation technologies were utilized for the remediation of the soil and groundwater.
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Mr. Johnston has over 30 years of environmental consulting experience, specializing in real estate due diligence, Brownfields redevelopment, soil and groundwater investigation and remediation, asbestos and lead paint inspections, and underground storage tanks. He works in our Tempe, AZ, and Denver, CO, locations.

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    • Mr. Johnston has over 30 years of experience in geological studies, environmental assessments, hazardous and solid waste management, and environmental risk management. He has been with SCS since 1988, where he has performed over 1,000 environmental projects involving real estate due diligence, Brownfields redevelopment, soil and groundwater investigation and remediation, asbestos and lead paint inspections, and underground storage tanks. His responsibilities have included performing and supervising field work, project management, preparing and reviewing reports, budgeting, client and regulatory agency contact, litigation support, quality control, and office management.

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Mr. Art Jones is a Vice President and Senior Project Manager who provides hands-on mechanical, construction, and operational experience for maintaining and testing landfill gas (LFG), groundwater, and leachate collection systems for over two decades.

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    • Mr. Art Jones is a Vice President and Senior Project Manager who provides hands-on mechanical, construction, and operational experience for maintaining and testing landfill gas (LFG), groundwater, and leachate collection systems for over two decades. He has supervised, managed, and/or worked on numerous projects that included operation, maintenance, and reporting of LFG collection systems; and building of specific extraction systems, passive LFG barrier/vent systems, groundwater pump-and-treat systems, leachate collection and control systems, and automatic methane gas detection systems. He has also managed data and reporting requirements for six Title V landfills in Northern California, and worked as a liaison with most environmental agencies at the state, regional, and local levels.
      Mr. Jones has participated in construction and major upgrading and/or overhaul of LFG collection, leachate collection and control, and groundwater pumping systems. This work has included trenching, pipeline installation (both PVC and HDPE), installation of condensate collection facilities (lines, sumps, pumps, etc.), extraction well drilling and/or construction, and installation of blower/flare station components, storage tank facilities, and activated carbon systems. Mr. Jones has managed, supervised, and worked on migration control and recovery system projects as well as groundwater pump-and-treat O&M projects and leachate collection and recovery projects. He has provided sample collection for laboratory analysis for various matrices.

Mr. Joyce is the firm’s Responsible Charge Geologist in Kansas and Nebraska. He serves as an appointee to the Nebraska State Board of Geology and has significant experience in the environmental consulting field. His project experience spans many fronts including hydrogeological services, risk based corrective actions, remediation system design, implementation and environmental compliance.

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    • Mr. Joyce has completed numerous tank removals, site investigations, and characterizations, including remediation and risk-based cleanups. As a result, he has successfully obtained “no further action” status for many of his clients’ sites. Mr. Joyce is familiar with the personnel safety risks associated with open excavations, confined space, and explosion hazards that can be associated with UST removal activities. As such, he has completed numerous health and safety plans for investigation activities. His environmental consulting experience has spanned many technical fronts and has focused primarily on providing hydro-geological services to clients. He is experienced in many environmental aspects including all phases of underground storage tank facility remediation from discovery through closure, environmental due diligence, bedrock assessments, groundwater sampling, health and safety compliance, drilling and reporting. Mr. Joyce maintains professional geologist licensure in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Illinois. He is presently a Nebraska licensed well drilling and pump installation contractor and holds state specific licenses as a Remediation Consultant (Oklahoma) and Petroleum Release Remediator (South Dakota).