Casey Armstrong is the Regional Manager of Contract Services at PM Environmental, Inc. and has served clients in over eight states since 2000. He specializes in Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) site investigations, Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), interim response, risk evaluation, and remediation. Armstrong is a program director for state of Michigan contracted projects. His recent focus includes managing existing contracts as well as expanding upon those with PM’s major petroleum clients and the State of Michigan.
Areas of expertise
- Management of Field Investigation Services Department, including field services, LUST site investigation, Phase II ESAs, remediation services, and regulatory compliance services
- Senior project manager for various state of Michigan contracted projects
- Extensive experience with contract preparation, contract management, scheduling, work plan preparation, field work completion, and report preparation
- Senior project manger for vapor encroachment, intrusion, and indoor air assessments in accordance with the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act (NREPA), P.A. 451 of 1994, Parts 201 and 213, and ASTM E-2600
- Extensive experience with providing field and management oversight of construction services during UST and soil removal, building demolition, and remedial system installation activities
- Senior project manager for Baseline Environmental Assessment (BEA) projects and Due Care Plans in accordance with NREPA, P.A. 451 of 1994, Parts 201 and 213
- Senior project manager for LUST projects, including removal and in-place closures, contaminant delineation, and remediation using Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) procedures.
- Senior project manager for drilling of soil borings, installation of monitoring wells, collection of soil samples, development of monitoring wells, aquifer testing, installation of remediation systems, and operating and maintenance on remediation systems
- Management of engineering activities involving the operation and maintenance of soil, air, and groundwater remediation systems.
- National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) reporting
- Implementation of various site assessment standards and professional protocol and commercial lending requirement (ASTM E-1527 and ASTM E-1528) Site-specific health and safety plan, evaluation, and development
- Central Michigan University B.S. Biology
- OSHA 2a CFR 1910.120 40-hour
- HAZWOPER Training
- American Red Cross Standard First Aid, Adult CPR, and AED Training
- Meets the definition of Environmental Professional as defined in § 312.10 of 40 CFR 312
- Class-A Commercial Drivers License
- ASTM Risk-Based Corrective Action Applied at Petroleum Release Sites