Paul L. Casey, P.E.
Mr. Casey has been practicing environmental engineering for over 30 years. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Colorado, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Montana. His experience includes environmental engineering in the management of industrial construction, facility operation, and hazardous waste projects. His specific expertise includes Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Remedial Investigations and Feasibility Studies (RI/FS) Investigations, Process/Final Design of Wastewater/Ground Water Treatment Systems, Construction Management and Operation of Waste Treatment Facilities including soil solidification processes, Waste Management, Facility Permitting and Auditing, and Project Management.
Mr. Casey's past and present projects include being designated Environmental Program Manager for the following projects: relocation of Elitch Gardens to a 68-acre site in downtown Denver, the construction of the New Pepsi Center Arena, the Colorado's Ocean Journey Aquarium also in Denver, the closure of the Robinson Brick Plant and its conversion to a Home Depot store for Home Depot U.S.A in Denver, Gold Hill Redevelopment site in Colorado Springs, and the Prairie Gateway Development in Commerce City. Mr. Casey is also the Environmental Project Manager for the redevelopment of the former Stapleton International Airport for Forest City. This is the largest urban redevelopment project in the United States. Duties relating to these projects include waste management and site restoration of the subject properties, which have had significant historic industrial operations within the property boundaries. Most of these remedial activities have been or are being performed within the context of a fast track construction schedule for the planned facility and include the characterization, manifesting, transportation, and disposal of hazardous and industrial waste generated at the site during construction and providing the appropriate cost-effective solutions to site remediation during construction.
Terry O. McGowan, P.G.
Associate / Senior Hydrogeologist / Geologist
Mr. McGowan has over 30 years of professional experience in hydrogeology and geology. His experience includes site characterization; design and implementation of surface water, groundwater, and stormwater monitoring programs; groundwater assessment and remediation; hazardous and solid waste management; Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments; project specific health and safety issues; and regulatory compliance. He has considerable experience in project negotiations with city, county, state, and federal regulatory personnel. He has managed numerous site remediation and closure efforts inclusive of site assessment, remedial planning, regulatory negotiations, and plan implementation. Mr. McGowan is a Registered Professional Geologist in Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Ben L. Noller, P.G., C.P.E.S.C., C.S.P.
Associate / Senior Hydrogeologist / Geologist
Mr. Noller has over 25 years of experience contributing to the environmental programming and regulatory compliance for a variety of corporate and government organizations. He has applied environmental expertise to projects ranging from small-scale efforts to multimillion dollar, long-term programs. Mr. Noller has conisderable experience in data collection, site assessment activities, and remediation as well as cost estimation and risk managment experience with the U.S. Department of Energy. In addition, he has developed work scopes, proposals, and budgets; managed environmental programs; authored characterization reports, corrective action plans, and voluntary cleanup plans; and liased with regulatory agencies. Mr. Noller's certifications include Professional Geologist, Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control, and Certified Safety Professional. He is also a member of the Undergraduate Advisory Committee for the Colorado State University (CSU) Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences department and is an Affiliate Faculty member for the program at CSU.
David M. Mendel, P.G.
Mr. Mendel has several years of experience that includes site assessment; environmental monitoring, remedial planning and implementation, and achievement of regulatory closure for a variety of contaminated sites; and development of and inspecting for compliance with stormwater management plans. This experience has come in the form of project management, proposal development, planning and implementation of varied field programs including sampling efforts and the installation and operation of in-situ remedial systems, and completion of associated reporting. Mr. Mendel is a registered Professional Geologist in Wyoming and a Certified Asbestos Building Inspector in Colorado.