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Brownfields 2022

August 16 - August 19

Join Us for Brownfields 2022 – Booth 602

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

August 16-19, 2022

Partner with us and take the first step toward a sustainable community

Communities across the country have benefited from the funds our Brownfields team helped secure. The most recent Brownfields grant cycle was our most successful to date. Our clients were awarded EPA Brownfield Assessment and Cleanup Grants totaling $8.6 million in funding. If you’re looking to revitalize an abandoned and/or contaminated property, our Brownfields team is ready to partner with you. Let’s work together to build your Brownfields program!

Join us at Booth 602 and meet our Brownfields professionals.

Presentations

Terracon Regional Manager Linda Yang, P.G., will take part in a panel discussion on An Equitable and Sustainable Brownfields Redevelopment in Southside Chicago. The session is on Thursday, August 18 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. CT in room 301 A/B. Learn more here.

Terracon used 3D modeling to generate a visualization of the impacts of subsurface contaminants at a brownfields site. You can learn more about this technology on Aug. 17, from 11:10-11:25 a.m. in room 302B. Learn more here.

Stop by Booth 602 to meet these Terracon professionals in attendance:

Belinda Richard is Terracon’s National Brownfields Program Manager and has nearly 25 years of environmental experience with the past 17 years dedicated to the brownfields program. She has assisted more than 75 brownfield programs in implementing more than $38 million dollars of federal brownfields grant funding.

 

Becky Horace, MPA is the grants manager for Terracon’s Brownfields Program and is responsible for assessment, cleanup, multipurpose, and revolving loan fund grant applications. Her experience in local government provides perspective and insight to develop a strategy focused on redevelopment efforts within a community; examples include innovative incorporation of parks and multi-use recreational trails while enhancing existing infrastructure.

 

Mike Hagemeister

Mike Hagemeister, P.E. is the assistant environmental service line director for Terracon’s Central Operating Group. In this position, he is charged with supporting our nine environmental practice areas, implementing large projects and contracts, and providing leadership to our offices within the Central US. Mike is a Professional Engineer in Nebraska with a specialty in contaminant assessment and remediation. Mike has routinely been involved as a senior manager of project quality. He has written quality assurance project plans (QAPPs) for RCRA, Brownfield, and Superfund sites.

 

David Hopkins, P.G., is a senior principal of Terracon and the regional manager for the Arkansas and southern Missouri offices. He has more than 34 years of experience in environmental consulting, including Brownfields, site assessments, solid waste, hazardous waste, extent of contamination studies, remediation of contaminated sites, geologic and hydrogeologic studies, underground storage tank studies, operations and maintenance (O&M) of wastewater treatment plants and groundwater treatment systems, geophysical investigations, regulatory compliance and permitting.

 

Linda Yang, P.G. is a senior principal and vice president with Terracon and leads Terracon’s services in the greater Chicago, Milwaukee and surrounding midwest areas. She has over 25 years of environmental consulting experience specializing at site characterization, remediation, and complex program management.

 

Quin Baber

Quin Baber, P.G., is the environmental services department manager in Terracon’s Little Rock, Arkansas, office. He is responsible for management and technical supervision of a wide range of environmental services. He has extensive experience in extent of contamination studies, remediation of contaminated sites, site assessments, underground storage tank studies, geologic and hydrogeologic studies, and regulatory compliance and permitting.

 

Jack McCranie is Terracon’s regional environmental manager for the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and has 27 years of environmental experience with 15 years of managing brownfield assessment grants. He has provided Brownfields Program Management on five assessment grants to four separate municipalities, totaling more than $1.5 million in EPA funding. His experience includes: grant writing, grant development, project management, grant compliance and reporting, community outreach, Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs), budget management, brownfield inventories, environmental site assessments, remedial planning, and grant closeouts.

 

Amanda M. Herrit, M.S., CPESC, QHP, is a senior environmental scientist with Terracon. She provides environmental consulting services including: EPA Brownfield Grant writing and program management, state brownfield program assistance, Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), and environmental planning services.

 

Tice Welborn, P.G., is an environmental services manager and brownfields consultant at Terracon. He has more than 15 years of experience in environmental consulting with 14 years focused primarily on brownfields consulting. He is a licensed Professional Geologist in South Carolina and North Carolina. Tice has project experience on more than 50 Brownfields Assessment and Cleanup Cooperative Agreements in the Carolinas, Georgia, Kentucky, and Florida.

 

John Bowar, P.G. is a senior staff geologist in Terracon’s Shreveport office. He has 10 years of environmental experience which includes field testing and sampling, laboratory testing and operations, and more than five years of environmental regulatory experience with Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. Though relatively new to Brownfields, his experience across the environmental industry has provided him with a robust knowledge of environmental assessment at each stage of the process.

Ben Bowers is an environmental department manager in Terracon’s Salt Lake City office. He has more than 24 years of valuable and proactive experience in the consulting industry. His experience includes: Brownfields assessment grants, grant writing, environmental remediation, asbestos inspections, construction materials testing, and geotechnical engineering.

Noelle Espinosa

Noelle Espinosa, Ph.D., is a project scientist with Terracon. She has been an environmental consultant with Terracon in Arizona since 2013. Her professional practice primarily focuses on environmental due diligence as well as state and federal brownfields redevelopment in the Southwest.

 

Tod Whitwer

Tod Whitwer, P.E., located in our Phoenix office, has 33 years of environmental consulting experience and has been actively involved in EPA’s Brownfields Program since 2001. He has considerable experience working with Tribal governments, municipalities, developers, attorneys, and private landowners with site assessment, cleanup, and redevelopment of privately-funded or Brownfields grant-funded projects.

 

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