Todd Scheffer, P.G.
Certified Radon Professional
Licensed Professional Geologist (NH)
603-330-3537 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Todd started his professional career in 1992, working for an on-site thermal treatment remediation company in Londonderry, NH. Starting in sales and marketing, Todd advanced to site characterization and estimating. Since then he has enjoyed working in small environmental consulting firms, performing Phase I and II Site Assessments, NEPA Environmental Reviews, Corrective Actions Investigations and Remediation, Remediation Planning and Implementation, Health and Safety Facility Inspections, and Hazard Communication Instruction. Todd earned his New Hampshire Professional Geoligist License in July 2002. Todd is also a nationally certified radon measurement and mitigation professional. Not only does Todd enjoy the science of radon mitigation, but he also enjoys getting out of the office and "getting his hands dirty" installing radon mitigation systems.
Todd is married and has two children. He is active in the community and has volunteered his time at several organizations and schools. He has coached youth soccer and baseball for the school and for town leagues. Todd enjoys outdoor activities including golf, camping, hiking, mountain biking and athletics.
Jim Zeppieri, P.G., C.P.G.
Licensed Professional Geologist (NH)
603-746-4156 | email@example.com
In 1979, Jim began his professional career as a Geologist in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, working primarily as a natural gas production Geologist assessing and developing prospects in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, and Michigan. Jim moved to New Hampshire with his wife and young son in late 1985, expecting to find opportunities in the environmental field. He then worked for the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, in Concord, New Hampshire, for fourteen years. Jim held project manager positions in the Superfund (CERCLA) program, in the RCRA C Corrective Action Program, and in the State Sites Management program.
In 2000, Jim began his environmental consulting career in New Hampshire. Since that time, he has managed a number of underground storage tank sites, brownfield site redevelopments, landfill investigations, and soil gas surveys. Jim is a Licensed Geologist in New Hampshire, a Certified Professional Geologist (American Institute of Professional Geologists), and a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
Jim lives in Contoocook with his wife and is active in the Hopkinton Rotary Club, currently serving as Club Secretary. During the summer, Jim enjoys boating on Lake Sunapee.
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Kate Fournier, M.S.
Senior Project Manager
Kate has spent her entire professional career in various areas of environmental study and has developed a broad knowledge of environmental issues.
She started her professional career in 1999 banding grassland sparrows in the Arizona desert and she’s held numerous positions across the country as a field biologist studying birds, including the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher, the American Redstart and the Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy Owl in northern Mexico and Arizona. After working for several years as an environmental consultant in Arizona where she performed a variety of due diligence environmental assessments, she earned her Master’s degree in Natural Resources (Environmental Policy) at the University of Vermont in 2012. Shortly after graduation, she was hired as the Environmental Officer for the State of Vermont Agency for Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) providing guidance, review, and approval of all HUD Environmental Reviews for the entire state (except Burlington). While at ACCD, Kate gained valuable training, insight and understanding of HUD regulations and policies which she used to help responsible entities achieve compliance with HUD regulations.
Kate’s experience eventually led her to her current position with SRW where her knowledge and experience are great assets for managing a variety of environmental review projects.
Kate lives in Shelburne, VT with her husband, baby and dog. When not working, she spends much of her time chasing after her toddler.