Environmental Project Manager Geologist, Scientist, Specialist Resume
|Desired Industry: Environmental
|Desired Job Location: Fort Worth, Texas
||Date Posted: 10/16/2014
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 11-3-14
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
|Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
Environmental professional with progressive experience managing, coordinating environmental and geotechnical projects actively seeking opportunities with similar roles and responsibilities.
As a Project Manager with progressive experience managing, staffing, budgeting, directing environmental and geotechnical engineering projects and interfacing with regulatory agencies on behalf of clients. My experience has encompassed design, cost estimation, implementation, field and project management at hundreds of sites throughout the northeast, southeast and southwest portions of the United States, western Canada and Kuwait. Technical experience includes field supervision, data collection, and evaluation, report preparation, presentation, and project/program management. Areas of expertise include: Oil Sand Mine Development, Department of Defense projects; construction project managment, state and federal superfund site investigations and remedial investigations/feasibility studies; state and municipal Brownfield redevelopment projects; underground storage tank (UST) release investigations and remediation; RCRA closures, corrective action and compliance issues; Municipal Landfill investigations and permitting; pollution prevention compliance and permitting; and environmental site assessments
B.S., Petroleum Engineering Curriculum, Mississippi State University
Post Graduate Classes in International Relations and Politics, Pennsylvania State University
B.A. History Curriculum, Parsons College
Graduate Course in Computer Analysis and Research New School of Social Research
•Professional Geologist (PG), TX, Issued: 2003, #4801,
•Licensed Corrective Action Project Manager (CAPM), TX, Issued 1993, #560,
•Certified Registered Environmental Manager (REM), National Registry of Environmental Professionals. Issued 1990, #2620
•Certified Environmental Scientist (CES), C0, Issued 1999, #5637
•Proven track record as a project manager of geologic, engineering, administrative staff, and subcontractor labor forces
•Proficient with estimating and proposal preparation for up to $10M environmental and engineering programs
•Effective leader with strong interpersonal and communication skills
•Wide-ranging experience with federal and state regulatory agencies, programs, and regulatory compliance
•Skilled negotiator and decision-maker
•Excellent writing skills
•Strong field supervisory aptitude on, engineering environmental and geotechnical engineering projects
Senior Environmental Scientist, Ideals, Inc., Luke Air Force Base, Glendale, AZ., (2014-Present) Provide contractor technical oversight and review for a Performance Based Remediation contract vehicle for Air Force Civil Engineering Centre with the its main purpose to reduce the overall environmental liability and economic costs for the Air Force for thirteen sites associated the Installation Restoration Program (IRP) by obtaining either: Site Closeout and or No Further Action and obtaining unrestricted land use at nine sites, and maintaining restricted use with base value to Air Force on four sites. Roles and Responsibilities include; technical oversight includes conducting field observations during contractor assessment and investigation activities insuring the contractor and his subcontractors are performing all field activities in accordance with contract, all federal, state, Air Force guidance documents, health and safety requirements and regulations and reviewing contractor submitted deliverables including work plans, proposals, reports, and providing comments on completeness.
Operations Engineer, BioGenesis Enterprises, Inc., Ahmadi, Kuwait (2013-2014,$750,000)Provided technical support and field liaison on behalf of vendor providing soil washing equipment and proprietary chemicals to overseas client for two ex-situ soil washing plants. Plants were designed by manufacturer to remediate soils and fine sediments in excess of 350,000 cubic metres impacted by discharges of unrefined and refined oil resulting from the 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait as part of a pilot project sponsored by the World Bank under auspices of the United Nations The plants were designed to operate and treat soil at the approximate rate 50-70 metric tons/hr. As operations engineer, coordinated, modified treatment protocol and confirmatory sampling programs with client as soil lithology and concentrations changed during remedial activities.
Field and Program Manager, AMEC , Imperial Oil, Fort McMurray, Alberta, (2010,2011, $3.5M/season) Mr. Cutler roles have included Field Project and Program Manager for the 2010-11 Summer Fall Field Investigation Program in which Mr. Cutler coordinated the field activities of rig monitors and geologists with the client drilling contractor in installing 100+ boreholes, collecting soil samples developing gINT logs and preparing data reports in Calgary upon completion of field activities.
Deputy Project Manager, AMEC , Imperial Oil, Fort McMurray, Alberta, (2008- 2010, $1.2M/season) interfaced between the field, geotechnical engineers based in Calgary and AMEC’s Materials Lab and sub contracted laboratories in the selection samples for index and advanced testing during past the 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 winters drilling programs. In this role, Mr Cutler supervised the development of gINT logs, coordinated Index and Advanced Testing with 3rd party laboratories, and the compilation of Geotechnical Data Reports based on the past winters drilling program for delivery to Client. In addition, Mr. Cutler also served as Project Manager directing and managing the 2009-10 Winter Hydrogeology Water testing program that consisted of multiple pump and slug test and water quality sampling. In fall of 2008, Mr Cutler was the Project for the Pile Load Test Program, overseeing and managing the field test program and ensuring the work was being performed in accordance with all health and safety protocols, tracking daily progress, interfacing with subcontractors on behalf of AMEC and attending briefings and meetings as required,
Project Manager, AMEC, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ), Phoenix, AZ (January 2005-June 2007, $450,000/yr): As a state contractor working for the ADEQ’s Underground Storage Tank Program, and evaluated over 2000 Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) case files. The files were reviewed to ascertain their eligibility for closure based on documents provided by the responsibility party’s consultant using Risked Based Closure Assessment (RBCA) Tier I Cleanup Criteria. Site specific target cleanup levels were developed using ADEQ’s RBCA Tier II Evaluation Software for approximately 100 sites. During the contract period, drafted 1200 letters on behalf of ADEQ granting LUST case closure approval, requesting additional documents, and provided options to achieve closure when the cleanup criteria was not met.
Project Manager, AMEC, The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC), Various, TX. (2001, $25 to $50,000/ per site): Performed Risk Based Closure Assessment (RBCA) at each of the site locations. This included the installation of soil borings and/or monitor wells. Cleanup target levels were established at levels, which alleviated the threat to public safety, health and welfare. Technical Reports were prepared and included an evaluation of exposure pathways, site risk characterization, toxicity assessment, cleanup criteria, compliance/exposure point determination, and whether a correction action plan was purposed.
Project Manager, Ogden Environmental and Energy Services, The Hertz Corporation, Hertz Rent A Car Facility, Houston Intercontinental Airport, Houston, TX. (2000, $389,000): Submitted remedial action work plan, conducted negotiations with TNRCC and airport officials on behalf of Hertz. A dual phase extraction was designed for the site. The design included locating SVE and DVE wells within the source area, and the sizing of subsurface piping, air stripping, air sparge, soil vacuum, and catalytic oxidation units. Obtained groundwater and air discharge permits from local government agencies. Provided onsite supervision during all phases of monitoring and DVE well installation, remedial system installation, start-up and operations. The system was designed to maximize free product recovery, while maintaining hydraulic control and minimising groundwater recovery in accordance with Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) directives. Developed and supervised system operations and maintenance schedule during system operations. Prepared quarterly reports analysing remedial system performance for both the TNRCC and the client. Submitted compliance monitoring report confirming that free product removal has been completed within the source area.
Senior Environmental Engineer, Terra Vac, Commercial Business Park Site, Hunt Realty Investments, Carrollton, TX. (1997, $275,000): Designed and implemented full-scale extraction system for the removal of explosive methane vapors which extended across 160 acres of a proposed commercial business park. Remedial activities were implemented under the auspices TNRCC Voluntary Cleanup Program. The system encompassed 402 soil vapor extraction and monitoring wells, installed to a depth of 30.0 feet to intersect the vadose zone, to minimize groundwater recovery. Removal of the vapors was accomplished through the use four 1000-cfm soil vacuum extraction blowers and four 1200-cfm catalytic oxidation units. To maximize well installation time and control capital expenditures, wells were installed using a pier-drilling rig using 10-inch solid stem auger flights and separate well installation crew. Thirty wells were installed per day and the first area was on line within seven working days. Duties included co-ordinating subcontractors, negotiating with municipalities scheduling monitoring periods, data evaluation, troubling shooting system shutdowns, and treatment deficiencies.
Senior Project Manager, OHM Remediation, Former United States Military Installation (Bergstrom Air Force Base), Austin, TX. (1995, $750,000): Project entailed the design of an Air Injection/Soil Vapor Extraction System for the full-scale remediation of soil and groundwater affected by a JP-4 spill. The Arial extent of contamination was approximately 6.9 acres with an initial project budget of over $2,000,000. Prepared construction packages and supervised the installation 60 air-injection and 180 soil vacuum extraction wells. Additional project responsibilities included: design and sizing of transfer piping, air sparge, soil vacuum, and catalytic oxidation units, reviewing statement of qualifications from independent drilling contractors during contractor selection process, and developing project schedules and timelines.
Senior Environmental Engineer, Environmental and Geotechnics, Inc., Mobil Oil Corporation Retail Service Stations, Five Locations, NJ. (1992, $165,000-185,000): Designed individual automated remediation systems for each site, which included piping, well placement, blower specifications, groundwater recovery pumps, vapor and groundwater treatment. The systems were designed to remediate the soils and groundwater underlying the sites impacted by waste oils, lubricating oils, diesel and gasoline. Performed initial site assessment at each facility, completed hydro geological assessments including aquifer and soil vacuum feasibility testing to determine the most efficient and cost effective remedial technology for each facility.
Available upon request.
Candidate Contact Information:
|JobSpider.com has chosen not to make contact information available on this page.
Click "Contact Candidate" to send this candidate a response.