Senior Environmental Field Supervisor
Rick has over 25 years of international experience in the oil and gas sector. He specializes with ground disturbance and environmental monitoring for large scale oil and gas projects within the industry. His strong knowledge base and practical experience with heavy equipment allows him to accurately provide clients with sound direction, knowledge, and compliance information.
Joe is an energetic and resourceful, client-focused professional offering 25 + years of increasingly-responsible experience to provide cutting edge and practical novel approaches to water resource, water balance studies and hydrogeologic applications to: landfill management, petro-chemical , oil & gas and governmental agencies across the USA and Canada. As a seven year, permanent resident of Canada and citizen of the US, he is able and willing to work and travel to remote project sites. Joe has a history of motivation, high profitability and client satisfaction culminating in repeat business for employers and project team members – all while upholding stringent accuracy and safety standards. Typically relied upon by senior management to provide technical guidance in strategic planning, designing, documenting, implementing and leading successful quality projects and initiatives (with up to 60 projects of various complexity over the past five years) for such governmental and industrial icons as Canadian Natural, Pantex, Exxon, BASF, Star, Marathon, Cleco Power, Port of South Louisiana, Conoco, Rentech, Pensacola Paper Mill, Temple Inland, NASA (Lockheed Martin), American Creosote, Dore Energy, Parks Canada, Public Works – Government Services Canada, Husky, BP Energy, Clean Harbors, Eureka High-Arctic Weather Station, Encana, Baroid, Syncrude, ATCO, Enbridge, and the Newmont Golden Giant Mine.
Scarlett Dixon B Sc.
Intermediate Environmental Consultant
Scarlett has over 8 years of experience within environmental science since graduating from The University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Biology. Her focus within the environmental consulting field centers on technical reporting for Phase 1, 2 and 3’s Environmental Site Assessments as well as spill response and remedial administrative support and reporting. Her analysis of field results provides clients with sound judgment and cost effective reclamation and remediation.
Intermediate Environmental Technician
Atlee has over 5 years environmental service experience in the oil and gas industry. As a graduate of Lakeland College with a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree with a major in reclamation remediation, he has the educational and technical background to complete Phase I, II, and III assessments, culvert installations, soil assessments, drilling waste management, land reclamation and remediation project planning and management for oil and gas facilities. Atlee is currently a site supervisor and working towards a Registered Agrology Technician designation.
GIS & Data Specialist
Megan has been developing expertise in ArcGIS and related data management and reporting for 7 years, since graduating from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Science in Geography. Her experience also includes accurately compiling, analyzing, and presenting census data using spreadsheets, databases, GIS analysis, reports and mapping. Her past experience includes roles with Statistics Canada’s Western Region for all geographic services, and has supervised and trained staff with GIS to further their knowledge and understanding.