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Philadelphia Speakers
Bill Sloan, VP / Environmental Risk Manager, Regions Bank

Presenting: Opening Welcome & State of the EBA
Monday, June 10, 8:00am
and, Presenting: Session 12: Understanding that Phase II Investigation Report the  Borrower Just Provided
Tuesday, June 11, 11:05am

and, Co-Presenter: Getting from the Phase I to the Risk Management Decision
Wednesday, June 12, 8:30am

William K. Sloan (Bill) has recently joined the team at Regions Bank; and prior to that, he performed environmental risk management at Commerce Bank for the last nine years.  Prior to the bank, he had more than 20 years of environmental consulting experience and is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager with a BS in Environmental Management. Bill has been active with the EBA for the past five years and is the currently serving as President of the EBA.


 

Eric Adams, District Counsel, U.S. Small Business Administration
Presenting: Session 1:Updates to Environmental issues in the SBA SOP 50 10 5
Monday, June 10, 8:30am

Eric Adams is the District Counsel for the San Francisco District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration.  He serves as the Chair of SBA’s Environmental Committee, which drafts revisions to SBA’s Environmental Policies and Procedures, decides appeals and considers exceptions to policy.  He is a frequent speaker on the subject of SBA’s Environmental Policies and Procedures. Mr. Adams received his J.D. degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 1987, the recipient of American Jurisprudence Awards in Environmental Law and Real Estate Sales Transactions.  Prior to joining the SBA in 1993, he was in private practice with the firm of Tarkington, O’Connor & O’Neill, a commercial litigation firm in San Francisco.  Mr. Adams is admitted to practice in the State of California, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.  He has been appointed as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, litigating SBA matters for over 20 years.


 

Derek Ezovski, President, ORMS, LLC.

Presenting: Session 1:Updates to Environmental issues in the SBA SOP 50 10 5
Monday, June 10, 8:30am

Derek Ezovski is President of ORMS, LLC. ORMS is a risk management consulting firm designed to help lenders, investors, and other real estate professionals create and manage their property due diligence programs. Derek was previously the Managing Director of EDR’s Commercial Property Due Diligence. Previously, Mr. Ezovski spent three years at Marsh Inc., a worldwide risk and insurance services firm, as the company's Environmental Practice Leader for its Connecticut operations advising clients on a wide range of environmental risk management issues including environmental insurance and financing. Prior to Marsh, Derek was the Environmental Risk Manager for Fleet Bank's Small Business Services. He was also the Engineering Manager at Travelers Property Casualty Corp.


 

Cathy McGowan, Vice President, Wells Fargo Bank
Presenting: Session 2: The What, Why, and How of Using Environmental Insurance to Manage a Lender's Environmental Risk
Monday, June 10, 9:10am

Cathy is a Senior Vice President and Manager of the Construction and Environmental Services group of Wells Fargo Bank’s Real Estate Valuation Services, Real Estate Technical Services (REVS/RETECHS), where she leads a team of 50 construction and environmental staff focused on collateral risk management.  In addition to the overall operations of the group, her responsibilities include developing and overseeing the implementation of construction and environmental policies across all Wells Fargo business lines. Prior to joining Wells Fargo in 2005, Cathy co-managed the construction and environmental risk for Mellon Bank.  Cathy started her career at Alcoa performing structural design and overseeing construction projects for Alcoa’s refining and manufacturing plants.  She holds degrees from Purdue University (BSCE, Civil Engineering) and University of Pittsburgh (MBA, Finance).  Cathy has been a member of the EBA since 2000.


 

Bill Havard, Senior Vice President, USI Insurance Services
Presenting: Session 2: The What, Why, and How of Using Environmental Insurance to Manage a Lender's Environmental Risk
Monday, June 10, 9:10am

Bill joined USI in 2006, and has spent the last 20+ years managing, designing, negotiating and placing complex domestic and international environmental programs for large public companies, consultants/contractors/engineers, REITS, and commercial real estate lenders/property owners and developers. Prior to joining USI, Bill spent five years working for two national environmental consulting and engineering firms. Bill serves as a specialty insurance broker with responsibilities that include review and analysis of environmental liabilities to insure adequate program structure and design on client’s behalf. Bill routinely uses his technical training and experience in structuring insurance programs with underwriters and carrier’s engineers.


 

Abbi Cohen, Environmental Lawyer, Dechert LLP
Presenting: Session 2: The What, Why, and How of Using Environmental Insurance to Manage a Lender's Environmental Risk
Monday, June 10, 9:10am

Abbi L. Cohen, recognized as a leading environmental lawyer by Chambers USA for more than 15 years, focuses her practice on evaluating environmental liabilities associated with corporate, real estate, and financing transactions—including with respect to energy—and providing both state and federal permitting and regulatory compliance advice. She has assisted clients in siting and permitting industrial facilities, including resource recovery and cogeneration facilities, as well as power plants. Ms. Cohen has provided environmental advice with respect to thousands of business transactions. She has assisted one of the leading U.S. rating agencies in developing environmental assessment and insurance criteria and in evaluating the potential impact of environmental conditions on mortgage-backed securities in numerous transactions involving portfolios consisting of multiple properties. She has also advised clients on structuring transactions to minimize environmental liabilities, negotiating strategies, and in preparing relevant provisions in transaction documents in connection with acquisitions, divestitures, and financings. She has participated in supervising environmental consultants throughout North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Ms. Cohen has been consistently recognized by Chambers USA, the International Who’s Who of Environmental Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America as a leading environmental lawyer. In recent editions of Chambers, Ms. Cohen was identified as a “real subject matter expert” that is “very client-oriented and very commercial” with one client praising how “she combines intellect, legal knowledge and a deal-oriented demeanor.” Previous editions have described Ms. Cohen as “an intelligent, hard-working and responsive attorney” who has “an incredible ability to work well with all parties to get good results.” In 2013, Ms. Cohen was selected as a “Top Rated Lawyer in Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resources” by The American Lawyer Media. She has also been chosen as one of the leading practitioners of Environmental Law by Women in Business Law.


 

Craig Durand, Partner, TTI
Presenting: Session 3: New Jersey’s LSRP and ISRA Programs – The Basics
Monday, June 10, 10:20am

Craig Durand is the President and Partner of TTI and oversees the performance of environmental consulting and contracting services. He an LSRP, a NJDEP Subsurface Evaluator, and is a senior level Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) with extensive experience in environmental remediation, regulatory compliance, EHS, tank managements services, emergency response, and has personally closed numerous remediation cases and has consulted on behalf of many regional and nationally based lending institutions.  He is a Rutgers University graduate and has been involved extensively in the environmental industry since the late 1980’s, and an active member of the EBA for over 10 years. He presents technical topics nationally at conferences such as those held by American Society of Safety Engineers, Academy of Certified Hazardous Materials, Air & Waste Management Association and American Society of Non-destructive Testing and TTI’s Environmental Banker Annual Seminars.


 

Michael Pratico, Chief Appraisal Officer, Columbia Bank
Presenting: Session 3: New Jersey’s LSRP and ISRA Programs – The Basics
Monday, June 10, 10:20am

Michael Pratico is a Chief Appraisal Officer with Columbia Bank, and has been involved in lending and real estate for over 18 years, including experience working for NJDEP Green Acres. Michael has held previous positions as Senior Review appraiser, Asset Manager and Real Estate Consultant, along with involvement in entrepreneurial executive leadership. He has extensive experience in client consulting, appraisal reviews, land use and construction management for residential, commercial and industrial properties.  Michael is a graduate of Cornell University.


 

Edward Curry, Environmental Risk Officer, TD Bank
Presenting: Session 3: New Jersey’s LSRP and ISRA Programs – The Basics
Monday, June 10, 10:20am

Ed Curry is an Environmental Risk Officer with TD Bank. Previously, Ed was with Wells Fargo for 8 years as an environmental risk manager. Prior to environmental risk management with lending institutions, Ed was in environmental consulting for over 20 years. Ed's educational background is in geology. His work experience has covered most of the United States with an emphasis on New Jersey and he has International due diligence experience in Canada, the UK, and EU.

 

Mike Minett, Vice President, Nova Consulting
Presenting: Session 4: Superfund Due Diligence - How Much is Enough?
Monday, June 10, 11:00am

Mr. Minett has been involved with environmental projects for more than 25 years. Mr. Minett has provided technical leadership, client communication, scope development, and project management for a variety of environmental projects including Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), Urban Redevelopment and Brownfields projects, Vapor Intrusion Assessments and Mitigation, Contamination Assessments, Remedial Actions, Risk Assessments, Regulatory Site Closures, Indoor Air Quality, LEED® projects, Hazardous Materials Surveys, Compliance Audits, Litigation Support, and Third Party Consultant Reviews. Mr. Minett has specialized in providing due diligence consulting services to banks and financial institutions prior to acquisition and determining environmental cost for returning distressed properties to the market. Mr. Minett has been successful in obtaining regulatory closure for contaminated sites in Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Idaho, and New York. He has assisted banks, attorneys, developers and municipalities in redeveloping former industrial sites and has been successful in  development on several parcels formerly considered too contaminated to develop.  He provided Dade County Aviation with projected assessment and remediation costs for contaminated sites at the Miami International Airport for ten years, including contamination assessment and vapor intrusion risk assessment for International Concourse J. He is also active in Brownfields redevelopment throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, and all of EPA Region IV.


 

Phil Hinerman, Partner, Fox Rothschild
Presenting: Session 4: Superfund Due Diligence - How Much is Enough?
Monday, June 10, 11:00am

Phil Hinerman has been a partner at Fox Rothschild for more than 20 years. In 2015, the Environment and Energy Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association selected him to receive its Lifetime Achievement Award. A founding Board member of the Delaware Valley Green Building Council, Phil is a LEED-Accredited Professional by the United States Green Building Council. He has practiced on the cutting edge of environmental litigation, wine and spirits law, land use and sustainability for more than 25 years. Chambers & Partners ranks Phil as a leading environmental lawyer. Phil has expanded his practice to California and has extensive experience in federal and state regulatory litigation and counseling. Phil is the past chair of the Environment and Energy Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. He also is a frequent witness and consultant to law firms and corporations regarding environmental matters. He serves on the Rules Committee of the Pennsylvania Environmental Hearing Board.


 

Julie Kilgore, President, Wasatch Environmental
Presenting: Session 5: Proposed ASTM Revisions
Monday, June 10, 11:30am
and, Presenting: Session  12: Understanding  hat Phase II Investigation Report the Borrower Just Provided
Tuesday, June 11, 11:05am

and, Co-Presenter: Getting from the Phase I to the Risk Management Decision
Wednesday, June 12, 8:30am

Julie H. Kilgore is President of Wasatch Environmental, an environmental science and engineering firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has over 20 years’ experience in environmental assessment, investigation, remediation, and regulatory agency coordination. Julie has been directly involved in investigation, cleanup, and negotiating regulatory closures for several chlorinated solvent, metals, and petroleum-impacted sites including facilities with multi-agency interests. Julie is the chair of Committee E50 on Environmental Assessment, Risk Management, and Corrective Action. Julie also chairs the task group responsible for developing E 1527-05, Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process, has served on the ASTM International Board of Directors, and was involved in the Environmental Affairs Committee of the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, and the Envision Utah Brownfields Task Force. Julie has lectured for several professional organizations, participated in national conference panel presentations, and provides industry training regarding the 2002 Small Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act, All Appropriate Inquiry, and Phase I Environmental Assessments.


 

Jeff Andrilenas, Advisory Services Lead, TBLS Environmental
Presenting: Session 6: The Game-Changing Impacts of the New and Revised E50.05 ASTM Standards on Recognizing, Costing, and Disclosing Environmental Liabilities for Corporations, Lenders and Investment Bankers
Monday, June 10, 1:45pm

Jeff Andrilenas, Executive Vice President and Lead for TBLS Environmental Advisory Services, has evaluated or conducted environmental studies of over 3,000 sites and valued over $10 billion of environmental liabilities in the Americas and overseas. His experience spans a wide variety of industries including energy, chemicals, high tech, mining, manufacturing, transportation and logistics, agribusiness, local and regional government (including BRAC and redevelopment authorities), utilities, food & beverage and waste management. He has extensive experience applying regulatory frameworks such as RCRA, CERCLA, UMTRA, and NRDA as well as most state and local environmental regimes and international equivalents of the U.S. EPA in the analytic process. Jeff has been special consultant to many global industrial companies and served as an in-house environmental specialist for two Fortune 500 companies, BP Oil and AIG Environmental Management. Using his extensive background in environmental and financial modeling, Jeff is known for bringing innovative and practical financial solutions to the management of environmental liabilities. He works collaboratively with appraisers, accountants, attorneys and business analysts on merger and acquisition due diligence teams.  Jeff has authored or co-authored over fifteen scientific publications in the environmental and international business space.  He has served as peer reviewer, environmental compliance auditor, and litigation support expert for a number of commercial/regional banking institutions as well as for insurance companies, creditor groups, private equity, hedge funds, and family offices.  Jeff currently serves as a member of Subcommittee E50.05 of ASTM International and is responsible with other industry experts for writing and revising ASTM environmental risk management standards that relate to financial implications and corporate reporting of environmental liabilities.


 

Mike Kulka, CEO, PM Environmental, Inc.
Presenting: Session 7: Navigating Residual Per-& Polyfluoroalkyl Substance (PFAS) Issues
Monday, June 10, 2:25pm

Michael Kulka is a Chief Executive Officer and Principal at PM Environmental, Inc. and has served clients throughout the United States for over 25 years. He specializes in Environmental Due Diligence, portfolio management, mergers and acquisitions, and transactional real estate and development. Kulka is the national client manager for numerous Fortune 100 financial institutions, retails chains, industrial conglomerates, and real estate developers. He has managed multiple large scale commercial, retail, and industrial redevelopments involving multiple service lines within the company. Kulka has presented on national panels within the environmental industry on topics such as Environmental Due Diligence, Brownfields, Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) and environmental compliance.


 

Paul Zovic, pz group, llc
Presenting: Session 8: Phase-I’s Gone Wrong- Lessons Learned from Recent Lawsuits
Monday, June 10, 3:30pm

Paul Zovic has over 35 years of experience with due diligence, compliance auditing, and other environmental programs.  Paul has been involved with over 3,000 single and multi-phase assessments and compliance projects across the country at sites including defense contractors, mining operations, chemical and pharmaceutical facilities, municipal brownfields; at properties up to 1,500 acres. An ASTM member since 1993, Paul is very active with the E50.02 committee task groups – working on site assessment standards.  He is one of only nine environmental professionals in the country selected by ASTM International to teach the Phase-I and Phase-II Site Assessment Standards to consultants, lenders, attorneys, developers, landowners and regulators nationwide.Mr. Zovic and has served as a third-party, subject-matter expert in a number of lawsuits involving property transactions, commercial lending and Phase-I assessments across the country. Paul is a graduate of the Milwaukee School of Engineering, and is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, a Certified ISO14000 Environmental Management System Auditor, a Certified Environmental Auditor and a frequent speaker on site assessments and other environmental matters. 


 

Thomas Rengert, Collateral Environmental Consultant, Wells Fargo Bank
Presenting: Session 9: Heating Oil Tanks
Tuesday, June 11, 8:45am

Tom has over 19 years in the environmental industry.  Tom has expertise in remedial construction, site assessments and environmental risk management.  Tom joined Wells Fargo Bank in 2010 and is currently an Assistant Vice President and Collateral Environmental Consultant for Wells Fargo’s Real Estate Technical Services division.  Tom primarily manages the Real Estate Capital Markets and the Consumer Lending groups for Wells Fargo as well as vendor management. Tom is graduate of Binghamton University in New York and currently resides in Charlotte North Carolina.


 

Jerry Bowden, Environmental Compliance Officer/Vice President, U.S. Bank
Presenting: Session 9: Heating Oil Tanks
Tuesday, June 11, 8:45am

Jerry (Jay) Bowden is an Environmental Compliance Officer/Vice President at U.S. Bank in Naperville, Illinois (a Chicago suburb). At U.S. Bank, Jerry is responsible for assessment of environmental risk for properties to be held as loan collateral. Tasks primarily consist of reviewing Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, summarizing the findings and providing recommendations for the business line’s consideration, within the framework of bank policies and procedures. Prior to coming to U.S. Bank in 2010, Jerry worked for 20 years as a consultant, managing geological, civil and environmental engineering investigations. Jerry completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Illinois, and is a licensed Professional Geologist in Illinois and Indiana. In addition to the EBA, Jerry is locally active with the Chicago Bankers Environmental Round Table (CBERT).


 

Levi Langevin,  Project Manager and LSRP, Partner Engineering and Science, Inc.
Presenting: Session 9: Heating Oil Tanks
Tuesday, June 11, 8:45am

As a Project Manager and LSRP at Partner Engineering and Science, Inc., Levi Langevin is responsible for the effective progression of the investigation, remediation, compliance or scope of work for any given site assigned whether as a LSRP of Record or as the Project Manager. Projects managed range from initial phases and site investigation to closure and final compliance with regulatory agencies handling the day-to-day aspects of subcontractor management, scope execution, field personnel training and scheduling, data management, report preparation and review, project financial assessments and client and third-party coordination. As a Project Manager, the environmental remediation projects consist of all phases of site remediation including Preliminary Assessments, Site Investigations, Remedial Investigations and a comprehensive range of remedial actions. Investigative and remedial action responsibilities include design and implementation of full scale multi-media investigations and remediation system builds including soil vapor extraction, air sparge, groundwater pump & treat, sub-slab depressurization systems as part of new builds and retrofitting schemes, in-situ chemical remediation designs and implementation and remedial excavations. Additionally, Levi Langevin manages and assists in the conceptual and design process and coordination, bid & purchase materials and equipment, prepare, oversee and execute a wide variety of environmental field investigation and remedial construction activities including tank removals & remedial excavations, soil borings and well drilling, large and small-scale remediation system construction & infrastructure upgrades. He also coordinates, manages and supports subcontractors while corresponding with clients to continuously meet their needs.


 

Chris Dwyer, Regulator, NJDEP Unregulated Heating Oil Tank Program
Presenting: Session 9: Heating Oil Tanks
Tuesday, June 11, 8:45am

Coming soon!


 

David Lambert, Vice President and Environmental Manager, Wells Fargo Bank
Presenting: Session  10: Integrating  Environmental  &  Construction  Risk  Management –Ongoing challenges of working towards a common goal
Tuesday, June 11, 9:20am
and, Presenting: Session 12: Understanding that Phase II Investigation Report the  Borrower Just Provided
Tuesday, June 11, 11:05am
and, Presenting: Banker-Only Session
Tuesday, June 11, 1:30pm

In 2011, David joined the Real Estate Valuation Services, Real Estate Technical Services (REVS/RETECHS) Environmental risk management group of Wells Fargo Bank and has been active in the EBA since.  His present role as Vice President, Environmental Risk Manager includes managing the Environmental Consultation Team as well as the Western Region Environmental Job Manager team.  In this capacity, he is responsible for managing environmental risk, interpreting and arbitrating environmental policy requirements for various business lines, peer reviews, portfolio environmental reviews, and developing and implementing group-wide systems, operational processes, and procedures.  For 20 years prior to joining Wells Fargo, David held senior management positions in two national environmental consulting firms that served the banking industry, where, in addition to business development, project consulting, and customer management responsibilities, he had full profit and loss accountability and corporate finance responsibilities.  David has served as EBA’s Treasurer since 2015.

 

Walter Griffitts, Senior Vice President, Wells Fargo Bank
Presenting: Session 10: Integrating  Environmental  &  Construction  Risk  Management –Ongoing challenges of working towards a common goal
Tuesday, June 11, 9:20am

Walter Griffitts serves as a Technical Due Diligence Manager providing risk management services to commercial lending units within Wells Fargo Bank. As part of the Wells Fargo team since 1995,  he has provided services including Pre-construction Analysis, Construction Monitoring, Property Condition Assessment, Seismic Analysis, and Consultation. As a regional manager representing large regions of the United States and all of the United Kingdom, Walter is one of four regional managers whose tasks include the continual development of Real Estate Technical Services process and responsibilities. This effort entails defining work product, directing the enhancement of reports, define scope of work, establish team goals, and introduce accepted procedures to team and external vendors. Walter also works with the coordination of technical services with construction loan administration teams and the larger construction disbursement process. He manages a staff of employees who provide construction and engineering support throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. Responsibilities include personnel management, annual budget development, work assignments, quality control peer review, project analysis, and direction of professional development.

 

Kate Flaherty, Collateral Environmental Consultant, Wells Fargo Bank
Presenting: Session 10: Integrating  Environmental  &  Construction  Risk  Management –Ongoing challenges of working towards a common goal
Tuesday, June 11, 9:20am

Kate Flaherty is an environmental consultant responsible for evaluating proposed collateral and communicating environmental risks to various commercial lending lines of business within Wells Fargo.  Responsibilities include the Northeast region of the United States including Northern NJ, New York and New England, as well as environmental reviews for properties located in Canada and RSRA reviews for SBA loans nationwide.  Typical projects encompass a wide variety of review materials from Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and Phase II investigations on smaller, less complex properties, to site characterization reports, remedial action plans, risk assessments and remedial completion reports on more complex sites and construction loans.  Evaluations include ensuring that the appropriate level of due diligence was completed, that all potential risks have been identified and investigated, and that risk mitigation meets regulatory requirements and the Bank’s risk tolerance.  Serves as a subject matter expert on environmental issues for non-technical Bank audiences.

 

Dave Gilles, Wastewater Engineering Manager, ATC Group Services
Presenting: Session 11: Wastewater Treatment Plants
Tuesday, June 11, 10:30am

Dave Gilles, P.E. is a professional engineer with 28 years’ experience designing, starting-up, and troubleshooting industrial wastewater treatment plants. His education includes a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Tennessee Technological University and an M.S. in Environmental Health Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He is an subject matter expert in engineering design, physical-chemical treatments, biological treatment, plant troubleshooting, and project management for industrial wastewater treatment facilities.  Dave has been the lead engineer in several large due diligence efforts evaluating wastewater assets at industrial complexes undergoing transactions. He has led challenging wastewater engineering projects in North and South America, the Middle East, and Asia. He has published and presented technical articles for several organizations and given training presentations on industrial wastewater management to various clients. Dave is a past Chairman of the Environmental Technology Committee for the Association of Iron and Steel Technology (AIST), and he is one of five voting members of the Wastewater Hearing Authority for the City of Nashville appointed by the Mayor.

 

Kelly Stratton, President and Founder, Quire
Presenting: Affiliate-Only Session
Tuesday, June 11, 1:30pm

Kelly Stratton is the CEO and Founder of Quire, a cloud-based software application used for technical report writing. Prior to founding Quire, Kelly spent seven years in the environmental consulting industry specializing in environmental due diligence, regulatory compliance, and commercial/industrial redevelopment projects. She followed that term with seven years as Vice President of Sales and Marketing of an environmental data company, managing sales, new product initiatives, and a national company-wide rebranding effort. As CEO of Quire, Kelly directs strategic and business development initiatives to advance Quire as an industry leader in collaborative, report writing technology. Kelly has a Bachelor's Degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering, with a Minor in Speech Communications from Penn State University and currently resides on the EBA Board as an Affiliate Member representative.


 

Sean Leary, Executive Vice President and Due Diligence Group Manager, Vieau Associates, Inc.
Presenting: Affiliate Only Session
Tuesday, June 11, 1:30pm
 
Sean Leary is Executive Vice President and Due Diligence Group Manager of Vieau Associates Inc., a Twin Cities-based environmental consulting firm.  He is an Environmental Professional with ten years of experience providing environmental due diligence and remediation consulting. His educational background includes degrees in both environmental science and biology. Mr. Leary’s environmental due diligence experience is extensive, including completion, management, and review of thousands of environmental site assessments and hundreds of Phase II investigations spanning over 22 states.  He is proficient in risk-based site evaluation and has a demonstrated track record of securing liability assurances and regulatory approvals through State Voluntary Investigation and Cleanup and Brownfields Redevelopment programs.  Mr. Leary has also managed complex site investigations and remedial projects, including installation of vapor mitigation systems, underground storage tank removals, petroleum release investigation and cleanup, brownfield site investigation, cleanup, and redevelopment. His knowledge of commercial real estate, finance, and the associated regulatory frameworks enhances his ability to find innovative solutions to his clients’ problems.

 


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