PM Environmental Welcomes Trey Noland as Senior Technical Advisor to its Birmingham, Alabama Office

PM Environmental, Inc. is proud to announce the addition of Trey Noland as Senior Technical Advisor in the Birmingham, Alabama office. 

Noland comes to PM with more than fifteen years of experience in the environmental consulting field. His diverse environmental experience includes the areas of due diligence, brownfield remediation, hazardous waste management, solid waste compliance, soil and groundwater remediation, facility environmental risk audits, and risk based corrective action. 

“We are very excited to have Trey join the PM team!” said Beth Sexton, Chief Operating Officer at PM Environmental. “Trey brings with him numerous years of experience in all of the service lines that PM is strong in and will be an excellent fit for our expansion in the Mid-South.”

As Senior Technical Advisor, Noland will be in charge of business development for the greater Birmingham region, including developing new clients, maintaining current contacts, and growing the market. Noland will also be involved in project management by providing technical advice and reviewing reports.

“As an environmental professional, I’ve been aware of PM’s reputation of doing great work for years.  I’m eager to leverage PM’s reputation along with my experience in the industry to expand PM’s services and presence in Birmingham and adjacent markets,” said Noland.

Noland obtained a B.A. in Geology from the University of Alabama and is a licensed Professional Geologist (P.G.) in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Georgia. He has held various positions in the industry including Founder and Principal of Trek EC, Department Manager at Terracon Consultants, and Geologist II at the Alabama State Oil & Gas Board. 

PM is pleased to have Noland join its team of experts who have in-depth experience in managing a wide variety of environmental, engineering, industrial hygiene, energy and development projects with a constant focus on helping our clients clearly understand their risks, allowing them to make sound, well-informed business decisions.