Robert W. King, PG - President / Chief Hydrogeologist
Mr. King holds a MS Degree in Hydrogeology (1987) from Kent State University, a BS Degree in Geology (1984) from the University of Akron, and an MS Degree (2002) in Information Systems from Robert Morris University. With over 25 years of consulting experience, he has managed hundreds of soil and groundwater investigations for site characterization and remediation. Mr. King is experienced in all phases of remedial investigations including interpretation of hydrogeologic data, groundwater modeling, risk assessment, and selection of cost-effective remedial solutions. He has also successfully managed fast-track, multi-site property transfer projects which involved the assessment of numerous properties under very aggressive schedules. Mr. King is a registered geologist in Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Arkansas and Indiana and through the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG). Read More
Lori Zamiska - Vice President / Chief Engineer
Ms. Zamiska holds a BS Degree in Geo-Environmental Engineering (1998) from Pennsylvania State University. She is currently the Operations Manager of AGES Pittsburgh, PA office. She has over 20 years of experience in performing and managing concrete, soil, paint, and groundwater investigations and remediation for natural gas facilities. She has managed large-scale, multi-site projects involving due diligence file reviews, characterization assessments, Phase II ESAs, response actions, underground tank removals, hazardous and nonhazardous waste management, and health and safety oversight. Ms. Zamiska has conducted records reviews, staff interviews and site inspections at many large industrial facilities to identify historic disposal practices, issues with waste handling and disposal and potential environmental concerns at the facilities. She has conducted site investigation and remediation projects at hundreds of industrial facilities. Ms. Zamiska has also managed several large-scale, multi-year groundwater monitoring and remediation projects.
Michael D. Waltz, PG - Company Secretary / Treasurer / Chief Hydrogeologist
Mr. Waltz holds a MS Degree in Marine Geology (1988) from the University of Miami and a BS Degree in Geology (1983) from Pennsylvania State University. In over 25 years of professional experience, he has designed and installed hundreds of groundwater remedial systems for both petroleum constituents and CVOCs at sites in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida and Wyoming. He is well versed in groundwater fate and transport modeling and their application to remediation system design and assessments. Mr. Waltz is licensed for UST/AST Removal Certification (UMR/AMR) through the PADEP. He is also a registered geologist in Pennsylvania and Tennessee and a Licensed Remediation Specialist (LRS) in West Virginia. Read More
Stephen Menosky - Chief Scientist
Mr. Menosky holds a BS Degree in Environmental Studies (1991) from Allegheny College and has over 20 years of experience conducting site investigations and remedial programs. Mr. Menosky’s experience includes drilling and installation of groundwater monitoring wells in unconsolidated and fractured bedrock aquifers; sampling of environmental media; aquifer testing; and testing, installation, and maintenance of remedial systems, including soil vapor extraction and groundwater and hydrocarbon recovery systems. Mr. Menosky has been responsible for the operation and maintenance of soil and groundwater remediation systems at active industrial sites, refineries, and service stations. Other experiences include conducting Phase I environmental site assessments and preparing Wellhead Protection Plans for municipal wellfields in Pennsylvania. Read More
Ian Farrar - Director of Business Development / Principal Scientist
Mr. Farrar holds an MS Degree in Physical Science - Geobiophysical Modeling (1999) from Marshall University, USA and a BS Degree in Geology (1997) from the Anglia Ruskin University, UK. During his 20 years in consulting/industry, he has been a project manager for a multi-million-dollar AOC remediation program in the USA (Columbia Gas Transmission) and a project manager of one of Europe's largest R&D Bioremediation projects (SABRe). Furthermore, Mr. Farrar has provided data management support to the UK's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority's Geosphere Characterization project and to Springfield Fuels Ltd, UK. His environmental remediation skills include managing rapid site investigations, risk assessments and full-scale remediation projects. His information technology skills include developing geographical information systems, environmental data management systems, site prioritization tools and industry data transfer standards. Read More
Eric Weiler - Principal Engineer
Mr. Weiler holds a BS Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering (2005) with an elective concentration in Geotechnical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He has managed and overseen the construction, demolition, and remediation of several industrial and commercial facilities, including active and inactive refineries. Mr. Weiler has also led numerous site investigations and remediation projects for sites impacted with various contaminants. He has also remediated several brownfield sites for developable future reuse.
Brian Kowalsky - Principal Scientist
Mr. Kowalsky holds a BS Degree in Political Science (1987) from Kent State University and has over 20 years of experience in the environmental services field. Mr. Kowalsky’s experiences include managing large RCRA / TSCA waste contracts, project management for industrial field services, overseeing tank management services (installations, removals and inspections), management of remediation projects, as well as business development services (generating sales opportunities, preparing technical proposals, and preparing cost proposals). Mr. Kowalsky has extensive experience in managing multiple waste contracts for numerous waste generators into a select number of disposal facilities.
John Campbell - Senior Field Manager
Mr. Campbell holds an AS Degree in Petroleum (1983) from the University of Pittsburgh. Over the past 25 years, he has conducted site investigation and remediation projects at several hundred industrial facilities and has supervised construction and demolition operations at many different sites. His duties have included the development and the management of soil and groundwater monitoring programs in accordance with the QA/QC requirements specified under RCRA and CERCLA programs. He also has conducted pilot testing, installation, and monitoring of soil-vapor extraction, hydrocarbon recovery, and other remedial systems. Mr. Campbell has been a field team leader/project manager for hundreds of projects managing and overseen concrete, soil, paint, demolition, and groundwater in the states of IN, IO, KY, MD, NC, OH, PA, TN, VA, and WV. Mr. Campbell is a recognized expert in the application of field screening technologies for both PCBs and Mercury.