Founder and CEO
Mr. Lee received a B.A. in Biology from Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids, Michigan). Since graduation, Mr. Lee has gained a wide range of experience with several environmental consulting/engineering firms. His expertise includes managing environmental remediation projects, conducting environmental assessments, conducting investigation and remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater, conducting geologic and hydro-geologic investigations, managing underground storage tank sites, acting to ensure regulatory compliance with state and federal environmental laws, supervising and managing biological evaluations and assessments, and preparing reports and proposals. His 25 years of industry experience qualify him as an environmental professional as defined by the Environmental Protection Agency. His background has progressed from field technical support and construction to all aspects of marketing, project management, and property assessment.
Mr. Lee is a graduate of Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids, Michigan) where he received a B.A. in Biology. Mr. Lee previously served as the Director of Environmental Health for the Licking County Health Department in Ohio and Perry County Health Department in Ohio, where he was responsible for the supervision and management of all environmental health programs. Mr. Lee's expertise is program and personnel management, performance of environmental assessments, performance of biological assessments, and performance of environmental site evaluations. His experience also includes performance of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, NEPA screening/assessments, site evaluations, on-site sewage disposal system design, on-site water system evaluations, residential subdivision design, and interpretation of local and state environmental health regulations. Mr. Lee is also experienced in conducting various types of water, soil, and air sampling, percolation testing, and balloon testing. Mr. Lee's current responsibilities are management and development of RESCOM's Northeast Regional office as well as management of biological and environmental projects.
Mr. Smith has a B.A. from Indiana University and an M.A. from Ball State University. He has conducted hundreds of field surveys, literature reviews/record searches, archaeological testing, and mitigations in his nine years of experience. In addition, Mr. Smith has experience in Native American consultation, including planning and NAGPRA consultation. Mr. Smith has also worked in a regulatory position with the Louisiana Division of Archaeology, State Historic Preservation Office.
Mr.Tulik received an M.S. in Biochemistry from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His expertise includes management and performance of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) assessments, Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments, and field technical support. He has been involved with numerous environmental audit projects and has completed numerous environmental assessments throughout the United States. He has accumulated 10 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry.
Mrs. Cochran-Smith has a B.A. from Indiana University and an M.A. from Ball State University. She is listed on the Register of Professional Archaeologists. She has conducted many field surveys, literature reviews, record searches, archaeological testing, and mitigations in her nine years of experience. In addition, Mrs. Cochran-Smith has several years of cataloging and curation experience.