posted on March 22, 2017 03:01
|Melissa Yuvan, William Wagner and Alan Nicholls are part of the team at PM Environmental's new Bay City office.
PM Environmental is pleased to announce its newest office in Bay City, Michigan, located at 4452 Ace Commercial Court. Alan Nicholls, C.P.G. will lead the expansion and oversee the local staff.
The recent addition satisfies PM’s need for increased coverage in Michigan while continuing with the company’s history of consistent and sustained growth. All five employees were long-term staffers of Superior Environmental’s Bay City office.
“The greater Tri-Cities region of Bay City, Midland and Saginaw is an important area of Michigan where PM has an existing client base,” said Pete Bosanic, co-founder and president of PM Environmental. “We are excited to open an office in Bay City that will be staffed with industry veterans from the region who can immediately serve the clients and grow PM’s presence in the area.”
Alan Nicholls, is a Certified Professional Geologist who has worked in the environmental industry for nearly 25 years. His experience includes staff and project management, corporate planning and negotiation with various clients and state agencies. Nicholls’ background also includes leaking Underground Storage Tank (UST) projects, site investigation and remediation projects, and due diligence projects throughout the Midwest.
He obtained his B.S. in geology from Lake Superior State University, and is currently a member of the National Ground Water Association and the Michigan Association of Environmental Professionals.
Local staff includes Melissa Yuvan, William Wagner, III, Jacob Pisarkiewicz, and Rosalie Andrzejewski.
Yuvan graduated from Ferris State University with B.S. in applied biology. She’s currently a Certified Asbestos Building Inspector and Waterworks System Operator. Her years of experience in environmental consulting include assessments of contaminated sites, reviewing field and analytical sampling data, technical report preparation and review, correspondence with clients and federal, state, and local regulatory agencies, and project coordination in a variety of activities. Wagner obtained a B.S. in recreation management and A.A. in natural resources technology from Lake Superior State University. He has extensive experience in due diligence, Site Investigation Services (SIS) and Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) sites.
Jacob Pisarkiewicz has an A.S. in environmental technology from Delta College, and experience as a field technician as well as in the installation and removal of underground storage tanks and with the cleanup of contaminated sites.
Rosalie Andrzejewski gained experience in the environmental industry as a research assistant, field tech and administrative assistant, helping project managers with report preparation, research, and technical writing.
“The Tri-Cities region has a long term industrial and heavy commercial base that has left a legacy of environmentally impacted properties,” said Bosanic. “PM provides diverse services that include environmental due diligence, Brownfields redevelopment, environmental cleanup, leaking underground storage tank management, hazardous materials (asbestos, lead) assessments and abatement. These diverse services are well suited to handle the types of problems encountered in the region.”