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Mr. Karwoski has 30 years of experience as a hydrogeologist and project manager. He has designed and managed investigations and remediations at existing and proposed landfills; and industrial, Superfund, military, and petroleum sites.

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    • Mr. Karwoski has 30 years of experience as a hydrogeologist and project manager. He has designed and managed investigations and remediations at existing and proposed landfills; and industrial, Superfund, military, and petroleum sites. In addition to his environmental consulting experience, Mr. Karwoski was a hydrogeologist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources prior to becoming an environmental consultant. Tom has a B.S. and M.S. in Geology from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

Mr. Kenyon has been working in various capacities in the environmental field for over 20 years. He has been instrumental in developing and administering Health and Safety plans for over a decade, and currently serves as the lead content developer for SCS’s internal training programs. He has received OSHA certified Health and Safety training on a variety of industrial safety topics and is an OSHA outreach authorized instructor, and is SWANA certified as a Manager of Landfill Operations (MOLO). He also holds a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.

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Mr. Khan is a Project Professional with 3 years of experience in the environmental industry working with both the environmental services and solid waste management groups. Mr. Khan has worked on a variety of projects in Florida with experience to include environmental due diligence, environmental site assessment and characterization, remedial pilot testing, remedial activity oversight, construction quality assurance oversight, navigating the Florida Brownfields Program, and submitting regulatory reports. Mr. Khan also serves as a Health & Safety Coordinator assisting with site specific H&S plans, liaisoning with our Corporate H&S program, training, and assisting with incident investigations, among other responsibilities.

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    • Mr. Khan is a Project Professional with 3 years of experience in the environmental industry working with both the environmental services and solid waste management groups. Mr. Khan has worked on a variety of projects in Florida with experience to include environmental due diligence, environmental site assessment and characterization, remedial pilot testing, remedial activity oversight, construction quality assurance oversight, navigating the Florida Brownfields Program, and submitting regulatory reports. Mr. Khan also serves as a Health & Safety Coordinator assisting with site specific H&S plans, liaisoning with our Corporate H&S program, training, and assisting with incident investigations, among other responsibilities.
      Additional experience includes knowledge of industry relevant Florida Regulatory Chapters, including Chapter 62-780, “Contaminated Site Cleanup Criteria” and Chapter 97-277, “The Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Act,” Florida Standard Operating Procedures DEP-SOP-001/01, and the Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC) Guidance for Incremental Sampling Methodology. Mr. Khan successfully lead the Boca Raton office initiative to integrate Trimble and GIS technologies and services into environmental practices, cooperating with users across the southeast region, to increase productivity, efficiency, and data reliability. He has participated in successful environmental closure efforts, which imposed engineering controls and property restrictions.

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Ali Khatami
Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Elevated Temperature Landfills and Landfill Design and CQA
Asheville, NC
National Expert: Landfill Design; Constructio... +
O. (561) 441-1473

Ali Khatami, PhD, PE, LEP, CGC, is a Project Director and a Vice President of SCS Engineers. He is also our National Expert for Landfill Design, Construction Quality Assurance, and Elevated Temperature Landfills. He has over 40 years of research and professional experience in mechanical, structural, and civil engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in Florida and a Florida Licensed Environmental Assessor (LEP). As a National Expert in Landfill Design and Construction Quality Assurance for SCS and an executive member of the corporate office in the area of solid waste management, Dr. Khatami works with various offices of SCS on complicated technical matters, provides advice to technical professionals, provides technical presentations at conferences, provides national webinars, publishes technical papers and blogs, and prepares technical training material for internal use by SCS’s professional staff.

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    • Ali Khatami, PhD, PE, LEP, CGC, is a Project Director and a Vice President of SCS Engineers. He is also our National Expert for Landfill Design, Construction Quality Assurance, and Elevated Temperature Landfills. He has over 40 years of research and professional experience in mechanical, structural, and civil engineering. Dr. Khatami has been involved for more than 30 years in the design and permitting of civil/solid waste/environmental projects such as, surface water management systems, drainage structures, municipal solid waste landfills, hazardous solid waste landfills, low level radioactive waste landfills, leachate and wastewater conveyance and treatment systems, gas management systems, hazardous waste impoundments, storage tank systems, waste tire processing facilities, composting facilities, material recovery facilities, landfill gas collection and disposal systems, leachate evaporator systems, and liquid impoundment floating covers.  Dr. Khatami has acquired extensive experience and knowledge in the areas of geology, hydrogeology, hydrology, hydraulics, construction methods, material science, construction quality assurance (CQA), and stability of earth systems.  Dr. Khatami has applied this experience in the siting of numerous landfills.
      Dr. Khatami has developed numerous concepts used in the design of various components of landfills and has coined terminologies for such concepts as Leachate Toe Drain System (LTDS); Rainwater Toe Drain System (RTDS); Gas Pressure Release System (GPRS) above Bottom Liner; Tiered Vertical Gas Wells (TVGW); Minimum Head Design (MHD) for Base Grades; and MHD-Herringbone Hybrid Design (Hybrid) for Base Grades.
      As a National Expert in Landfill Design, Elevated Temperature Landfills, and Construction Quality Assurance and an executive member in the area of solid waste management, Dr. Khatami works with various offices of SCS on complicated technical matters. He provides advice to technical professionals, makes technical presentations at conferences, conducts national webinars, publishes technical papers and blogs, and prepares technical training material for internal use by SCS’s professional staff.
      Dr. Khatami has been involved in the design, permitting, and construction of over 100 landfills in the United States, Europe, and Middle East.  He has has significant experience in the design and construction of landfill gas collection and gas disposal systems.  Dr. Khatami has designed numerous landfills with active and passive gas collection systems, permitted several leachate evaporator systems with beneficial reuse of the landfill gas.  As the engineer of record for these facilities, Dr. Khatami has managed construction of these systems following completion of permitting.  Dr. Khatami has been extensively involved in the preparation of Title V permit applications for utility and enclosed flare systems, solar flares, and gas collection systems.
      Dr. Khatami has provided expert services to clients facing structural failure issues at their facilities, to legal counsels representing plaintiffs, to developers defending their planned projects before administrative judges, and to clients during resolution meetings with regulatory agencies.
      Dr. Khatami has significant design and construction experience with low level radioactive landfills.  Dr. Khatami performed as the resident engineer for the closure of the first geosynthetic cover system at the low level radioactive landfill in Barnwell, South Carolina.  The cover system extended over trenches that had been filled for approximately 10 years, and contained waste grades A, B, and C.  Dr. Khatami also performed as the project engineer for the design of a landfill for radioactive contaminated materials generated from the decommissioning of the Fernald Uranium Processing Facility located in Cincinnati, Ohio.  The landfill was designed to perform for a 2,000-year period.  The cross sections of the landfill and storm-water conveyance ditches were designed based on natural shapes of landforms and streams formed over thousands of years to minimize soil erosion from the landfill cover due to wind, and storm-water ditches due to water.  The leachate collection system in the landfill was designed to minimize human involvement in the operation of the landfill over the next 2,000 years.  Extensive compatibility tests were performed to evaluate effect of radioactive isotopes on the integrity of the geosynthetics used in the landfill lining system.  The landfill cover system included components to prevent animals from burrowing over the 2,000 year period.  Dr. Khatami was also involved in the permitting process for accepting hazardous waste as part of a transuranic waste being accepted at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) facility in Carlsbad, New Mexico.
      Dr. Khatami has also been involved in remediation of many hazardous waste contaminated sites. 
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Mr. Kim is a project professional with over 10 years of experience in air quality compliance and permitting, greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories, air monitoring at landfills, and environmental compliance.

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    • Mr. Kim is a project professional with over 10 years of experience involving air quality compliance and permitting, greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories, air monitoring at landfills, and environmental compliance. His work at SCS includes preparation of annual GHG reports, Annual Landfill Methane Rule (LMR) reports under AB32, Title V permit applications, permit renewals, landfill gas collection and control system (GCCS) design updates, Annual Emission Reports (AERs), Emission Inventories, and New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Startup Shutdown Malfunction (SSM) compliance reports.

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Ms. Kim is a Senior Project Professional with our OM&M Division. She specializes in compliance and permitting.

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    • Ms. Kim is a Senior Project Professional with our OM&M Division. She specializes in compliance and permitting.

Mr. King is a Senior Project Manager in our Boca Raton, FL, office. He has 20 years of experience in the environmental cleanup industry. His experience includes program/project management, health & safety training, regulatory compliance, site investigations, remediation construction and operation & maintenance, storage tank management and compliance, and QA/QC management. He managed environmental and remediation construction services for a broad range of petroleum clients throughout the southeast US.

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    • Mr. King is a Senior Project Manager in our Boca Raton, FL, office. He has 20 years of experience in the environmental cleanup industry. His experience includes program/project management, health & safety training, regulatory compliance, site investigations, remediation construction and operation & maintenance, storage tank management and compliance, and QA/QC management. He managed environmental and remediation construction services for a broad range of petroleum clients throughout the southeast US.
      Prior to joining SCS, Mr. King implemented and managed a comprehensive client Health & Safety program focusing on reducing workplace incidents through specialized training of employees and subcontractors, updating and rollout of safety policies/procedures, completion and compiling of workplace safety audits, and trend analysis. Mr. King served as General Manager for an environmental consulting firm responsible for overall day-to-day operations and financial management. He also served as Program Manager for major oil company clients, a rental car company, and other private sector clients throughout Florida and the United States.

Mr. King is a Project Manager. He is experienced in landfill and landfill gas (LFG) study, design, permitting, monitoring, and construction projects.

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    • Mr. King is a Project Manager with experience in landfill and landfill gas (LFG) study, design, permitting, monitoring, and construction projects. Mr. King has performed and assisted in over a dozen LFG control and remediation projects in Virginia, North Carolina, Russia, India, and Israel, including projects focused on LFG migration control and odor/emissions regulatory control. He also has a variety of experience with landfill construction quality assurance (CQA), groundwater monitoring, environmental services/storage tanks, and RCRA investigations

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Mr. Knoepke is a Project Director in our Environmental Services Practice. He oversees our remediation and due diligence programs in Chicago and the surrounding region. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, and Wisconsin, and a professional Geologist licensed in Illinois, and has a Master’s degree in environmental management and sustainability from the Stuart Graduate School of Business in Chicago, and three Bachelor’s degrees in geological engineering, geophysics, and geology from the University of Minnesota’s Institute of Technology.

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    • Mr. Knoepke is a Project Director in our Environmental Services Practice. He oversees our remediation and due diligence programs in Chicago and the surrounding region. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, and Wisconsin, and a professional Geologist licensed in Illinois, and has a Master’s degree in environmental management and sustainability from the Stuart Graduate School of Business in Chicago, and three Bachelor’s degrees in geological engineering, geophysics, and geology from the University of Minnesota’s Institute of Technology. Mr. Knoepke’s expertise includes the design, permitting and implementation of environmental remediation plans for real estate. These plans can include Phase I & II site investigations, in-situ remediation, and voluntary clean-up program support. Prevention procedures for industrial properties include stormwater management and treatment planning, environmental permitting, and compliance.

Mr. Knox has over 30 years of Ordnance and Hazardous Materials experience. He is a Senior Manager with extensive supervisory abilities of hazardous waste emergency response and large scale range clearance operations.

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    • Mr. Knox has over 30 years of Ordnance and Hazardous Materials experience. He is a Senior Manager with extensive supervisory abilities of hazardous waste emergency response and large scale range clearance operations. Mr. Knox is a Gulf War veteran; as EOD Team Chief, he performed Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and after-attack chemical and munitions support during Desert Storm.

Mr. Kollasch utilizes his background in geological engineering and geology to link investigation and remediation solutions to meet the needs of clients.

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    • Mr. Kollasch utilizes his background in geological engineering and geology to link investigation and remediation solutions to meet the needs of clients. Tony has 17 years of experience, and his technical expertise emphasizes site assessment for case closure and redevelopment of properties. His project experience includes ASTM and AAI-compliant Phase 1 ESAs; Phase 2 ESAs; UST Closure Assessment, and site remediation. He has worked in Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Florida, Georgia and Pennsylvania on a wide variety of projects.

Mr. Kranz nearly four decades of experience in the environmental/pollution control field, with specific emphasis on landfill gas (LFG) migration control and recovery. His experience on LFG projects includes construction; routine operation, monitoring, and maintenance; non-routine repair and emergency call-out response; operation and maintenance of recovery facilities; surface sampling for VOC emissions; and groundwater and soil sample collection/monitoring.

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    • Mr. Kranz nearly four decades of experience in the environmental/pollution control field, with specific emphasis on landfill gas (LFG) migration control and recovery. His experience on LFG projects includes construction; routine operation, monitoring, and maintenance; non-routine repair and emergency call-out response; operation and maintenance of recovery facilities; surface sampling for VOC emissions; and groundwater and soil sample collection/monitoring.
      Mr. Kranz is responsible for all phases of project work, including development, management, and technical oversight of field operations; preparation and review of reports; budgeting; and client contact and quality control. He also oversees installation of extraction wells, monitoring wells, condensate collection/containment facilities, leachate control/disposal facilities, blower/flare stations, and energy recovery plants. He has experience in operating heavy equipment such as excavators, loaders, backhoes, bulldozers, man lifts, cranes, water trucks, and dump trucks. He is experienced in surveying, establishment of grades, preparation of as-built documentation, and compilation of field notes.

      Mr. Kranz’ experience with LFG recovery systems includes maintenance and adjustment of well fields, compressors, boilers and flares, and distribution pipelines. He also works on remediation projects. These include underground storage tank (UST) excavation and removal projects; chemical and petroleum contaminated soil excavation, transportation, and disposal; and construction of soil vapor extraction systems (VES).

      As the western regional construction manager, Mr. Kranz has determined methods of construction and estimating strategies for numerous landfill projects. His project management responsibilities include scheduling, field staff supervision, cost control, and contract administration
      He is also experienced in managing subsurface investigations and conducting oversight during remedial activities including source removal and remediation system installation. He holds a certification in 40-Hour HAZWOPER/OSHA training and is a Professional Geologist and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager.

Mr. Krasner has over 10 years of experience in the environmental consulting field focusing on air permitting, reporting, and compliance issues. He specializes in Clean Air Act compliance and engineering. His experience in Texas includes work with multiple permitting mechanisms, including: New Source Review/Prevention of Significant Deterioration (NSR/PSD) permits, permits-by-rule, and standard permits. He has also worked extensively on Title V permits.

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    • Mr. Krasner has over 10 years of experience in the environmental consulting field focusing on air permitting, reporting, and compliance issues. He specializes in Clean Air Act compliance and engineering. His experience in Texas includes work with multiple permitting mechanisms, including: New Source Review/Prevention of Significant Deterioration (NSR/PSD) permits, permits-by-rule, and standard permits. He has also worked extensively on Title V permits.
      With regard to air quality compliance services, Joseph has significant experience with the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Emissions Guidelines (EG) rules (40 CFR 60), having worked in several sections of this national program. He is also very familiar with the National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPS) program under 40 CFR 61 and 63. Also, Joseph has extensive experience with the application of the air rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ); emissions inventory reporting, and the Greenhouse Gas Reporting requirements of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Tony Kriel
Project Manager/National Expert on Energy Management
Madison, WI
National Expert: Energy Management
O. (608) 216-7365

Mr. Kriel is SCS Engineers’ National Expert on Energy Management. He is a Project Manager with over seven years’ experience as a mechanical engineer. His project experience includes specializing in commissioning, retro-commissioning, energy modeling, renewable energy technology analysis, and geothermal design.

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    • Mr. Kriel is SCS Engineers’ National Expert on Energy Management. He is a Project Manager with over seven years’ experience as a mechanical engineer. His project experience includes specializing in commissioning, retro-commissioning, energy modeling, renewable energy technology analysis, and geothermal design. He has served as the Commissioning Agent on several projects and his expertise in building energy modeling includes the use of eQuest, Trane Trace, and TRNSYS. Additionally, Tony has taken an extended role in the design of numerous geothermal projects.

Ms. Kron is a Project Professional in our Madison, WI, office. She has nearly 10 years of experience in the environmental consulting field. Her experience focuses on groundwater quality analysis of sites contaminated with coal gasification byproducts, coal combustion byproducts, chlorinated solvents, petroleum products, metals, and PCBs. Her experience includes managing team task coordination, groundwater modeling, and statistical analysis of CCP/CCR sites. She is experienced in planning and performing soil and groundwater contamination investigations, air monitoring, well design and installation, and soil and groundwater sampling.

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    • Ms. Kron is a Project Professional in our Madison, WI, office. She has nearly 10 years of experience in the environmental consulting field. Her experience focuses on groundwater quality analysis of sites contaminated with coal gasification byproducts, coal combustion byproducts, chlorinated solvents, petroleum products, metals, and PCBs. Her experience includes managing team task coordination, groundwater modeling, and statistical analysis of CCP/CCR sites. She is experienced in planning and performing soil and groundwater contamination investigations, air monitoring, well design and installation, and soil and groundwater sampling.

Mr. Kundral has over 12 years of broad and diverse environmental engineering experience that includes projects in landfill redevelopment, landfill gas management system design, site assessment, groundwater remediation system design, storm water management, Injection Well System Construction and permitting, compliance reporting and construction administration services, and O&M of remediation systems. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Florida.

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    • Somshekhar (Som) Kundral has over 12 years of broad and diverse environmental engineering experience that includes projects in landfill redevelopment, landfill gas management system design, site assessment, groundwater remediation system design, storm water management, Injection Well System Construction and permitting, compliance reporting and construction administration services, and O&M of remediation systems. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Florida.
      Mr. Kundral has served small to multimillion-dollar projects with clients from both public and private sectors. He is well known at FDEP, SFWMD and DERM.

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Mr. Kuntz has worked in the solid waste field for over 15 years with SCS Engineers, and has served as a design engineer for many types of projects ranging from regulatory permitting and design of landfills, landfill gas (LFG) collection and control systems, LFG transmission pipelines, leachate collection and control systems, landfill liner systems, landfill final contours, and surface water management systems. In addition, Mr. Kuntz is a certifying engineer for construction of landfill liners and LFG collection and control systems. Though most of his experience has been with Texas solid waste projects, Mr. Kuntz has also worked on landfill projects in Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico, and Louisiana.

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    • Mr. Kuntz has worked in the solid waste field for over 15 years with SCS Engineers, and has served as a design engineer for many types of projects ranging from regulatory permitting and design of landfills, landfill gas (LFG) collection and control systems, LFG transmission pipelines, leachate collection and control systems, landfill liner systems, landfill final contours, and surface water management systems. In addition, Mr. Kuntz is a certifying engineer for construction of landfill liners and LFG collection and control systems. Though most of his experience has been with Texas solid waste projects, Mr. Kuntz has also worked on landfill projects in Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico, and Louisiana.
      Mr. Kuntz’s municipal solid waste (MSW) responsibilities have included Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance (HELP) modeling to evaluate leachate generation; hydraulic and hydrologic analysis of landfill drainage systems using such software as Hydrologic Engineering Center’s Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS); preparation of storm water pollution prevention plans (SWP3s) and spill prevention, containment, and countermeasure plans (SPCCs) for wide range of facilities; waste and soil ballast analysis; landfill sequencing; development of construction plans and specifications for liner construction, drainage, New Source Performance Standard (NSPS) and Title V Permits, design of landfill gas collection systems and LFG transmission pipelines (from concept through construction plans and specifications), landfill gas modeling, and LFG collection systems and transmission pipelines; construction-phase services; certifying engineer for construction quality assurance (CQA).

Mr. Lacasse has 10 years of remediation, sampling, and construction inspection and oversight experience. His experience includes construction oversight, flare system startups and inspections related to greenhouse gas (GHG) offset projects, estimation of GHG emissions and emissions inventories, landfill gas (LFG) collection system design, LFG-related regulatory compliance, LFG modeling, and LFG collection system trouble shooting and diagnostics.

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    • Mr. Lacasse has 10 years of remediation, sampling, and construction inspection and oversight experience. His experience includes construction oversight, flare system startups and inspections related to greenhouse gas (GHG) offset projects, estimation of GHG emissions and emissions inventories, landfill gas (LFG) collection system design, LFG-related regulatory compliance, LFG modeling, and LFG collection system trouble shooting and diagnostics. Mr. Lacasse also has experience in the design of treatment systems and field oversight for system installation, start-up, and decommissioning. Mr. Lacasse has specialized experience in wastewater treatment plant and remediation system operation, maintenance, monitoring, troubleshooting and optimization. He has supervised the removal and installation of underground storage tanks (UST) for the Massachusetts Highway Department, in accordance with State and Federal UST regulations.

Mr. Lakey, LHG, PE, is a Vice President and Project Director. He has been working in the solid waste engineering and environmental consulting field since 1985. Mr. Lakey provides technical expertise for a wide variety of solid waste projects and hydrogeologic studies in the Northwest. His project experience includes the design of bottom liners and cover systems for municipal solid waste landfills, facility permitting, hydrogeologic characterization of solid waste sites, RCRA hazardous waste sites, proposed waste, disposal facilities, agriculture sites, regional aquifer systems, and leaking underground storage tanks, feasibility studies, and site studies for property transfers.

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    • Kevin Lakey, LHG, PE, is a Vice President and Project Director. He has been working in the solid waste engineering and environmental consulting field since 1985. Mr. Lakey provides technical expertise for a wide variety of solid waste projects and hydrogeologic studies in the Northwest. His project experience includes the design of bottom liners and cover systems for municipal solid waste landfills, facility permitting, hydrogeologic characterization of solid waste sites, RCRA hazardous waste sites, proposed waste, disposal facilities, agriculture sites, regional aquifer systems, and leaking underground storage tanks, feasibility studies, and site studies for property transfers.
      Mr. Lakey’s responsibilities include engineering design, preparing plans, specifications, and quality assurance documents, coordinating project work, serving as engineer of record, negotiating with agencies, analyzing, and interpreting hydrogeologic and geochemical data, evaluating remedial alternatives for site cleanups, preparing technical reports, and preparing permit documents. In addition, Mr. Lakey has provided expert testimony for several projects related to permitting issues, insurance cost recovery, and litigation. From 1985 through 2009, his previous employment included Dames & Moore, EMCON, and Kleinfelder.

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Mr. David Lamadrid, LG, RG, is a Senior Project Professional in our Portland, OR, office. He has been working in the environmental consulting field since 1995. Mr. Lamadrid is involved in all aspects of groundwater characterization, remedial investigation/feasibility studies (RI/FS), preliminary assessments (PA), environmental site assessments, and soil and groundwater remediation and solid waste hydrogeology.

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    • Mr. David Lamadrid, LG, RG, is a Senior Project Professional in our Portland, OR, office. He has been working in the environmental consulting field since 1995. Mr. Lamadrid is involved in all aspects of groundwater characterization, remedial investigation/feasibility studies (RI/FS), preliminary assessments (PA), environmental site assessments, and soil and groundwater remediation and solid waste hydrogeology. He has performed as a project manager, project geologist, and field manager for small- and large-scale projects involving a broad range of investigation techniques for sampling various environmental media such as sediments, groundwater, soil, landfill gas, soil-gas, and air to address a variety of contaminants.
      Mr. Lamadrid has worked on a wide range of solid waste related projects, including preparation of environmental monitoring plans and reports, landfill-gas evaluations, corrective measures studies, and installation of compliance monitoring networks. He is experienced with developing work scopes and coordinating environmental investigation and monitoring programs, and with developing various client and regulatory review work products (e.g., proposals, work plans, memoranda, and reports). In addition to his experience with environmental investigations, Mr. Lamadrid has also supported litigation and insurance claims defense involving contaminant source identification, chemical fate and transport, and cost recovery and allocation under Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) actions. He has also been involved with a variety of hydrogeologic studies to evaluate groundwater use feasibility and resources, and is experienced with aquifer pump testing techniques and analysis. From 1996 through 2008, his previous employment included Dames & Moore, Kleinfelder, Exponent, and Shaw Environmental.

Mr. Lamb, PE is a Vice President and director of SCS’s Charlotte, NC office. He has nearly 30 years of experience in solid and hazardous waste management, environmental engineering, civil engineering, hydrology and hydraulics, landfill engineering, remedial design, and regulatory compliance.

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    • Mr. Lamb, PE is a Vice President and director of SCS’s Charlotte, NC office. He has nearly 30 years of experience in solid and hazardous waste management, environmental engineering, civil engineering, hydrology and hydraulics, landfill engineering, remedial design, and regulatory compliance. He has managed over 400 landfill projects for design, permitting, and construction quality assurance (CQA) activities.

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Mr. Lambert is a Project Manager in the Tampa, Florida office of SCS Field Services (SCS-FS). Mr. Lambert provides SCS-FS with over seven years of experience in operations and maintenance of landfill gas (LFG) collection systems and operation of a landfill leachate pretreatment plant.

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    • Mr. Lambert is a Project Manager in the Tampa, Florida office of SCS Field Services (SCS-FS). Mr. Lambert provides SCS-FS with over seven years of experience in operations and maintenance of landfill gas (LFG) collection systems and operation of a landfill leachate pretreatment plant. Mr. Lambert’s LFG experience includes data management, the operations and maintenance of LFG recovery collection systems, passive landfill gas barrier/vent systems, and leachate and condensate management systems. Mr. Lambert has also operated a leachate pretreatment plant located at the Medley Landfill, Medley, Florida.

Mr. Landeros is a Project Professional in our air quality monitoring division. He has more than 20 years of experience in the operation and maintenance of air monitoring equipment and certification standards. He has degrees in engineering and architecture and is fluent in technical English and Spanish.

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    • Mr. Landeros is a Project Professional in our air quality monitoring division. He has more than 20 years of experience in the operation and maintenance of air monitoring equipment and certification standards. He has degrees in engineering and architecture and is fluent in technical English and Spanish.

Mr. Langdon has over 20 years of experience in the environmental field, including project management, hydraulic testing, site characterization, groundwater modeling, environmental site assessment, and vapor intrusion assessment and mitigation with an emphasis on dry cleaner and industrial chlorinated solvent sites. His responsibilities have included management of site investigation and remediation programs, coordination of hydraulic testing programs, designing groundwater flow models, preparing Environmental Site Assessments, and performing a variety of investigative fieldwork including soil and soil gas sampling, drilling oversight, groundwater monitoring well installation, and groundwater sampling.

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    • Mr. Langdon has over 20 years of experience in the environmental field, including project management, hydraulic testing, site characterization, groundwater modeling, environmental site assessment, and vapor intrusion assessment and mitigation with an emphasis on dry cleaner and industrial chlorinated solvent sites. His responsibilities have included management of site investigation and remediation programs, coordination of hydraulic testing programs, designing groundwater flow models, preparing Environmental Site Assessments, and performing a variety of investigative fieldwork including soil and soil gas sampling, drilling oversight, groundwater monitoring well installation, and groundwater sampling.

Mr. Lape is a Project Director for the Risk Management Group in our Tracer Environmental Division. His responsibilities include outlining project budgets, organizing project schedules, and quality control. He is experienced in the development and deployment of standardized Risk Management and Process Safety Management (PSM) Programs, including process safety program implementation and PSM support to manufacturing facilities that utilize ammonia as a refrigerant. Prior to joining SCS, he served as Director of EHS Programs and Compliance for Dean Foods were he directed a team of professionals who provided PSM/RMP support, as well as support for storm water, wastewater, and air permitting at the company’s facilities.

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    • Mr. Lape is a Project Director for the Risk Management Group in our Tracer Environmental Division. His responsibilities include outlining project budgets, organizing project schedules, and quality control. He is experienced in the development and deployment of standardized Risk Management and Process Safety Management (PSM) Programs, including process safety program implementation and PSM support to manufacturing facilities that utilize ammonia as a refrigerant. Prior to joining SCS, he served as Director of EHS Programs and Compliance for Dean Foods were he directed a team of professionals who provided PSM/RMP support, as well as support for storm water, wastewater, and air permitting at the company’s facilities.
      Mr. Lape’s experience includes developing EPA Risk Management Program submittals for EPA review and approval, all aspects of preparing a PSM program, including participating in Process Hazard Analyses and preparing qualitative risk analyses. Mr. Lape is also experienced in developing Process Safety Information packets, drafting Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams, writing Standard Operating Procedures, and developing and conducting initial and refresher training for Ammonia Refrigeration Operators.
      Mr. Lape has also been involved in auditing PSM programs, performing over 20 audits since 2015, helping to ensure that facilities are keeping their employees and the public safe, while maintaining compliance with regulations. In addition to auditing the safety and compliance programs for ammonia refrigeration facilities, Mr. Lape is often requested to audit the mechanical integrity of those systems.

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