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Mr. Hernandez has over 17 years of experience in environmental regulatory compliance, remediation, storage tank closure assessments, materials testing and construction inspection services. He is knowledgeable in the area of environmental site assessments, environmental remediation, environmental regulatory compliance, dewatering, deep foundation construction, surveying, computer-assisted drawing and geographic information systems.

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    • Mr. Hernandez has over 17 years of experience in environmental regulatory compliance, remediation, storage tank closure assessments, materials testing and construction inspection services. He is knowledgeable in the area of environmental site assessments, environmental remediation, environmental regulatory compliance, dewatering, deep foundation construction, surveying, computer-assisted drawing and geographic information systems.
      Mr. Hernandez has prepared remedial action work plans for the submission to the Miami-Dade County Department of Environmental Resources Management (DERM), the Broward County Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department (EPGMD) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). Mr. Hernandez has conducted environmental site assessments for government agencies such as Florida Department of Transportation, Miami-Dade County Regulatory and Economic Resources, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Miami-Dade College, the City of Miami and the United States Navy.

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Ms. Hill is a Professional Geologist licensed in the state of Illinois and she leads the St. Louis office for SCS Engineers. She is a key member of the Deep Well and Underground Injection Control practice. Her experience includes permitting and regulatory compliance for underground injection control and coal mining, hydrologic investigations, and identifying large scale environmental impacts to surface and groundwater resources from various industry practices.

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    • Ms. Hill is a Professional Geologist licensed in the state of Illinois and she leads the St. Louis office for SCS Engineers. She is a key member of the Deep Well and Underground Injection Control practice. Her experience includes permitting and regulatory compliance for underground injection control and coal mining, hydrologic investigations, and identifying large scale environmental impacts to surface and groundwater resources from various industry practices.
      Prior to joining SCS, Ms. Hill served as a deputy director and manager of regulatory engineers and geoscientists with the Railroad Commission of Texas (Surface Mining and Reclamation Division).
      Altogether, she has over two decades of environmental management experience. Ms. Hill has received numerous training certifications from the Department of Interior specifically for mine permitting, coalfield communications and cost estimation. She has participated in a work group centered on efficient management and disposal of coal combustion residuals at state-regulated surface coal mines in compliance with the US Environmental Protection Agency’s draft rules.
      Ms. Hill has worked to permit, design and maintain several underground injection wells, more than 200 coal mining permit applications, and numerous storm water management and environmental monitoring projects. Many of her summaries and findings have been published as part of public record. She has directed several site assessments and investigations to include field work, research, report preparation and presentation, and expert testimony in administrative court settings.

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Mr. Hopkins is a Project Director in our Wichita office.

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    • Mr. Hopkins is a Project Director in our Wichita office.

Ms. Horty is a Senior Project Professional in our Boca Raton, Florida, office. She has ten year’s experience in environmental and ecological services, including managing small to large scale projects that include emergency response; environmental site assessment and characterization; remedial pilot testing, construction, installation, operations, and maintenance; regulatory negotiations; and compliance. Additionally, she served as the primary client contact on assigned projects which involved building and maintaining professional relationships with clients. Ms. Horty has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Science, with minors in geology and geography, and a certificate in Environmental Studies.

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    • Ms. Horty is a Senior Project Professional in our Boca Raton, Florida, office. She has ten year’s experience in environmental and ecological services, including managing small to large scale projects that include emergency response; environmental site assessment and characterization; remedial pilot testing, construction, installation, operations, and maintenance; regulatory negotiations; and compliance. Additionally, she served as the primary client contact on assigned projects which involved building and maintaining professional relationships with clients. Ms. Horty has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Science, with minors in geology and geography, and a certificate in Environmental Studies.
      Ms. Horty has six years of experience conducting environmental site assessments, overseeing remediation activities and submitting regulatory reports including Phase I & II assessments for sites in Florida at retail gas station properties and bulk storage terminals for large oil companies.
      Additional experience includes a strong knowledge of applicable Florida Regulations and Standard Operating Procedures. She has experience in state as well as international cleanup efforts and associated regulatory procedures. She participated in successful environmental closure efforts, which imposed engineering controls and property restrictions.
      Ms. Horty also has extensive experience managing subsurface investigation and conducting oversight during remedial activities including source removal and remediation system installation. She holds certifications in 30-Hour OSHA Construction Outreach training, Environmental Specialist Training, Loss Prevention System, CPR, RCRA Hazardous Waste, DOT Hazardous Waste, and a certificate from the American Petroleum Institute.

Mr. Hostetter is the Regional Manager for SCS RMC (Remote Monitoring and Controls) east of the Mississippi River. He is located in SCS’s Lancaster, PA office. His experience includes remote monitoring and controls systems engineering, construction, and operation; and landfill gas and leachate engineering. He was a 2016 Waste 360 “40 Under 40” Award winner, a 2019 Control Engineering Magazine “Engineering Leaders Under 40” Award winner, and the Solid Waste Association of North America’s (SWANA) Featured Young Professional for September/October of 2016.

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    • Mr. Hostetter is the Regional Manager for SCS RMC (Remote Monitoring and Controls) east of the Mississippi River. He is located in SCS’s Lancaster, PA office. His experience includes remote monitoring and controls systems engineering, construction, and operation; and landfill gas and leachate engineering.
      He is a graduate of Messiah College’s mechanical engineering program. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and Virginia, a Certified Energy Manager, and a LEED Accredited Professional. He was a 2016 Waste 360 “40 Under 40” Award winner, a 2019 Control Engineering Magazine “Engineering Leaders Under 40 Award” winner, and the Solid Waste Association of North America’s (SWANA) Featured Young Professional for September/October of 2016.
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Mr. Houser has three decades of experience in the earth science industry. He is a registered geologist, certified engineering geologist, and certified hydrogeologist with experience conducting investigations on lithological formations. His experience includes environmental site assessments, groundwater monitoring, fault and landslide investigations, groundwater resource studies, geological mapping, and geotechnical investigations.

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    • Chuck Houser has three decades of experience in the earth science industry. He is a registered geologist, certified engineering geologist, and certified hydrogeologist with experience conducting investigations on lithological formations. His experience includes environmental site assessments, groundwater monitoring, fault and landslide investigations, groundwater resource studies, geological mapping, and geotechnical investigations. He has assessed and remediated underground storage tanks and obtained reimbursement for cleanup costs from the California Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund. Mr. Houser’s scientific knowledge of geology and experience in the earth science industry enables him to prepare useful hydrogeological research, accurate environmental assessments, and appropriate remediation approaches.

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Mr. Howard is a Project Professional experienced in landfill groundwater monitoring and environmental assessments.

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    • Mr. Howard is a Project Professional experienced in landfill groundwater monitoring and environmental assessments.

Mr. Hoyt is a Project Manager for SCS . He has performed oversight of numerous monitoring and remediation well installations and has been involved in many aspects of different environmental projects. He a licenced Professional Geologist.

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    • Hr. Hoyt has performed environmental sampling in conjunction with site investigations and has served as lead technician for various field activities.

Mark Huber
Vice President/National Expert on Electric Utilities
Madison, WI
National Expert: Electric Utilities
O. (608) 216-7376

Mr. Huber is a Vice President and a National Expert in Electric Utilities. He has nearly 30 years of consulting experience in civil and environmental engineering, and specializes in urban redevelopment projects with a technical expertise in brownfield redevelopment, civil site design, and stormwater management. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin and Iowa.

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    • Mr. Huber is a Vice President and a National Expert in Electric Utilities. He has nearly 30 years of consulting experience in civil and environmental engineering, and specializes in urban redevelopment projects with a technical expertise in brownfield redevelopment, civil site design, and stormwater management. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin and Iowa.
      With a dual background in civil and environmental engineering, Mark is able to take urban redevelopment projects from initial site assessment through construction. Mark is adept at explaining complex issues in easy to understand language. His experience working on a variety of complex urban projects allows him to quickly identify key issues and develop smart, simple solutions that save clients time and money. Mark is an excellent communicator, which helps him bridge the gap between client goals and regulatory requirements. Mark is always excited about helping clients in creative ways with responsive customer service.
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Raymond Huff
Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Greenhouse Gas
Long Beach, CA
National Expert: Greenhouse Gas
O. (562) 426-9544

Mr. Huff, SCS Vice President and National Expert on Greenhouse Gas, has 25 years of experience in environmental consulting. Mr. Huff specializes in landfill regulatory compliance; air quality/compliance issues, including GHG emissions quantification; and site assessment, remediation, and post-closure care.

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    • Mr. Huff, SCS Vice President and National Specialist on Greenhouse Gas, has 25 years of experience in environmental consulting. Mr. Huff specializes in landfill regulatory compliance; air quality/compliance issues, including GHG emissions quantification; and site assessment, remediation, and post-closure care. He is the landfill assessment and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions quantification project lead within SCS’s offices throughout the western U.S., responsible for technical expertise on landfill regulatory compliance, post-closure development, and emissions quantification procedures.
      Mr. Huff is also the Closed Landfill project lead within SCS’s California offices, with project management and coordination responsibilities for closed and inactive landfill projects throughout the state, including landfill probe evaluation work for CalRecycle. He has also participated on the Landfill Gas Technical Advisory Group to CalRecycle.
      Mr. Huff’s compliance expertise has been deployed in a Project Manager and Task Manager capacity on a variety of landfill investigations and risk assessments, hazardous substance site investigations and risk assessments, site remediations, solid waste and hazardous waste management plans, and GHG/air regulatory compliance projects throughout California.
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Ms. Hutchens is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and has participated in hundreds of site assessment projects related to the investigation and remediation of hazardous chemicals in soils and groundwater. She a diverse background in environmental sciences, including technical skills related to collection of soil samples, determination of soil classifications and properties, and data collection, analysis and interpretation.

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    • Ms. Hutchens is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and has participated in hundreds of site assessment projects related to the investigation and remediation of hazardous chemicals in soils and groundwater. She a diverse background in environmental sciences, including technical skills related to collection of soil samples, determination of soil classifications and properties, and data collection, analysis and interpretation. As a Senior Project Manager, her work experience includes all project phases, from development of cost estimates for various site assessment and cleanup programs, to groundwater monitoring and sampling, to preparation of final reports, to interfacing with regulatory agencies, and management of all aspects of projects and various subcontractors.

Robert Isenberg
Senior Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Geotechnical and on Landfill Design and CQA
Reston, VA
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O. (571) 353-2013

Mr. Isenberg, PE, PG, is a Senior Vice President of SCS Engineers and our National Expert on Geotechnical, and Landfill Design and Construction Quality Assurance. He has over 40 years of consulting experience in geotechnical and civil engineering projects involving design, analysis, testing, permitting, construction, remediation and repair of solid waste facilities, retaining structures including dams, mine tailing basins, earthen embankments and reservoirs, buildings including power plants, commercial and residential housing and studies of soil and groundwater contamination.

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    • Mr. Isenberg, PE, PG, is a Senior Vice President of SCS Engineers and our National Expert on Geotechnical, and on Landfill Design and Construction Quality Assurance. He has over 40 years of consulting experience in geotechnical and civil engineering projects involving design, analysis, testing, permitting, construction, remediation and repair of solid waste facilities, retaining structures including dams, mine tailing basins, earthen embankments and reservoirs, buildings including power plants, commercial and residential housing and studies of soil and groundwater contamination. He possesses extensive experience with design of bottom liner and leachate collection systems, final covers, subsurface investigation, redevelopment and remediation of older municipal and private waste landfills, and studies of soil and groundwater contamination.
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Dr. Iyer is a Staff Professional with 5 years of environmental research and engineering experience in water, wastewater, solid waste, and landfill design. Dr. Iyer has been involved in various projects at SCS with regional clients, utilizing her expertise in leachate management and landfill design.

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    • Dr. Iyer is a Staff Professional with 5 years of environmental research and engineering experience in water, wastewater, solid waste, and landfill design. Dr. Iyer has been involved in various projects at SCS with regional clients, utilizing her expertise in leachate management and landfill design.

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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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Bruce Jernigan
Senior Project Advisor/National Expert on Liquids Management
Long Beach, CA
National Expert: Liquids Management
O. (281) 989-6270

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
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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).

Michael Kalish
Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Transfer Stations
Reston, VA
National Expert: Transfer Stations
O. (571) 353-2014

Mr. Kalish, PE, LEED AP®, is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and our National Expert on Transfer Stations. He has been the Project Manager for several major transfer station renovations and expansions in Maryland and the District of Columbia and new transfer stations in Maryland and Virginia and has worked on a variety of engineering projects involving landfill gas (LFG), LFG-to-energy, landfill closure, and sub-slab mitigation design for brownfields remediation. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Maryland and California and is a LEED Accredited Professional.

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    • Mr. Kalish, PE, LEED AP®, is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and our National Expert on Transfer Stations. He has been the Project Manager for several major transfer station renovations and expansions in Maryland and the District of Columbia and new transfer stations in Maryland and Virginia. Mr. Kalish is a member of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA), and an instructor for the SWANA Managing Transfer Stations course. He is a licensed professional engineer in Maryland and California and is a LEED Accredited Professional.
      Mr. Kalish has worked on a variety of engineering projects involving landfill gas (LFG), LFG-to-energy, landfill closure, and sub-slab mitigation design for brownfields remediation. Several recent LFG projects have also included the design and implementation of remote SCADA systems for use at flare stations, LFG beneficial use projects and carbon-credit projects.
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Mr. Kampfen has three decades of experience in the landfill gas OM&M industry. He serves as a Regional Health & Safety Specialist, providing health & safety training and guidance for all SCS Field Services OM&M employees in the Northwest, Mountain, Desert Southwest and Great Lakes, Regions, as well as various SCS Engineers and SCS Energy employees located within those same regions. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business.

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    • Mr. Kampfen serves as a Regional Health & Safety Specialist, providing health & safety training and guidance for all SCS Field Services OM&M employees in the Northwest (Northern California, Northwest Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Western Canada), Mountain (Northeast Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, North Dakota and South Dakota), Desert Southwest (Southern Nevada and Arizona) and Great Lakes (Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota) Regions, as well as various SCS Engineers and SCS Energy employees located within those same regions. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and has three decades of experience in the landfill gas OM&M industry, mostly with SCS, where he has served in various roles from Technician through Project Manager/Sub-Region Manager.
      Previously, as a Senior Project Superintendent, Mr. Kampfen coordinated and performed installation of landfill gas (LFG) collection systems (including extraction wells, collection piping and flares systems), coordinated and performed monitoring of, maintenance on, and repairs to numerous LFG collection systems in Northern California, as well as sampling and monitoring of groundwater and other liquids at landfill locations for several years. He has more than 30 years of experience in groundwater/wastewater operations/remediation and construction. He has more than 20 years of hands-on experience in the installation, operation, and maintenance of LFG collection systems.
      Mr. Kampfen is well trained in LFG collection system design and installation procedures, safe work practices, and standard groundwater sampling procedures, including sampling equipment calibration and operation, sampling quality control, and documentation and decontamination methods. This expertise significantly enhances his ability to provide effective health and safety services for SCS employees and clients.

Mr. Kampfen has three decades of experience in the landfill gas OM&M industry. He serves as a Regional Health & Safety Specialist, providing health & safety training and guidance for all SCS Field Services OM&M employees in the Northwest, Mountain, Desert Southwest and Great Lakes, Regions, as well as various SCS Engineers and SCS Energy employees located within those same regions. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business.

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    • Mr. Kampfen serves as a Regional Health & Safety Specialist, providing health & safety training and guidance for all SCS Field Services OM&M employees in the Northwest (Northern California, Northwest Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Western Canada), Mountain (Northeast Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, North Dakota and South Dakota), Desert Southwest (Southern Nevada and Arizona) and Great Lakes (Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota) Regions, as well as various SCS Engineers and SCS Energy employees located within those same regions. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and has three decades of experience in the landfill gas OM&M industry, mostly with SCS, where he has served in various roles from Technician through Project Manager/Sub-Region Manager.
      Previously, as a Senior Project Superintendent, Mr. Kampfen coordinated and performed installation of landfill gas (LFG) collection systems (including extraction wells, collection piping and flares systems), coordinated and performed monitoring of, maintenance on, and repairs to numerous LFG collection systems in Northern California, as well as sampling and monitoring of groundwater and other liquids at landfill locations for several years. He has more than 30 years of experience in groundwater/wastewater operations/remediation and construction. He has more than 20 years of hands-on experience in the installation, operation, and maintenance of LFG collection systems.
      Mr. Kampfen is well trained in LFG collection system design and installation procedures, safe work practices, and standard groundwater sampling procedures, including sampling equipment calibration and operation, sampling quality control, and documentation and decontamination methods. This expertise significantly enhances his ability to provide effective health and safety services for SCS employees and clients.