PM Environmental Welcomes Randy Bishop as Regional Business Development Manager and Senior Consultant
PM Environmental is proud to announce the addition of Randy Bishop as Regional Business Development Manager and Senior Consultant.
Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Bishop will be in charge of business development for the greater Cincinnati region and will also act as a senior consultant on select projects.
Bishop is a licensed Professional Geologist (P.G.) with over 30 years of experience in the geological sciences. He has extensive experience and knowledge in all stages of Phase I/Phase II environmental site assessments (ESAs), brownfield assessments, remedial design, implementation and maintenance, deep exploratory drilling, conducting and managing CERCLA Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Studies (RI/FS), RCRA Facility Investigation/Corrective Measures Studies (RFI/CMS), and state-driven voluntary action projects.
Bishop obtained a B.S. degree in geology from Marshall University in Huntington, W. Va., and has worked for several large environmental consulting firms. Previous positions include Environmental Department Manager at Terracon Consultants, Inc., Group Manager for Phase I/Phase II ESAs at MPS Group, Inc. Manager of the Contaminated Site Management Group at ERM, and Manager of the Integrated Site Closure Group at Shaw Environmental, Inc.
“I am looking forward to growing the business for PM in the region,” said Bishop. “It will be an exciting challenge and should not be difficult based on the quality of PM’s work and the systems in place to implement and complete projects. I’ve worked for various firms, and I think PM provides quality, smart-minded business solutions to environmental issues. PM’s senior staff is second to none when it comes to transactional work.”
PM is pleased to have Randy Bishop as part of its team of experts, with in-depth experience in comprehensive environmental services and a constant focus on helping clients clearly understand their risks, allowing them to make sound, well-informed business decisions.
May 31, 2017