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Lincoln Applied Geology, Inc. is a client-focused company that tailors creative and timely solutions to environmental challenges. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff can meet any of your environmental needs. All of our licenced designers and scientists are 40 Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Certified.
Owner & President
CPG, PG, LCBD, Senior Hydrogeologist/Geologist
Owner & Treasurer
Steve has over 40 years of professional experience solving soil, water, and rock related problems in the geological, hydrogeological and environmental fields. His working and project direction experience was developed while working on projects in the Middle Atlantic and New England Regions of the country. Steve’s experience includes; geologic/hydrogeologic evaluations; contaminant hydrogeology; remediatial system design; water and wastewater system evaluations and designs; Town, State and Act 250 site development plans and permitting; and expert testimony. He has provided project direction and management on residential and community on-site wastewater disposal projects, water supply projects, contaminant projects, earth resource mining, quarrying, and extraction related projects in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and West Virginia.
Steve has a BA in Geology from Franklin & Marshall College and a MS in Geology from Southern Illinois University. He is nationally certified as a Certified Professional Geologist by the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) and maintains Professional Geologist licensure in New Hampshire and Licensed Class B Designer certification in Vermont.
Steve is an active member of the Vermont Technical Advisory Committee for water supply and wastewater disposal rules and regulations, as well as the National Ground Water Association.
As the owner and treasurer of LAG, Linda carries the ultimate financial responsibilities of the company. In addition to this, she is head of hiring and other HR related tasks. Linda has an academic background in business management and accounting and applies this to the day to day function of the office.
Owner & Vice President
Project Manager, LCBD
With over 22 years experience at LAG Jeremy has extensive experience with project management, remedial system operation, maintenance, design, and installation. He has operated remedial systems in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York and Massachusetts for State agencies as well as private clients.
Currently, he manages multiple petroleum contaminant projects, oversees UST cleaning and closure activities, conducts Phase II Site Assessments and implements Corrective Action Feasibility Investigations and Corrective Action Plans. He also performs subdivison, wastewater and other various State permits. Jeremy is a Licensed Class B Designer and holds a Class III Public Water System Operator License from the State of Vermont.
LCBD, CAD Designer
Tyler is a Licensed Class B Designer with over 3 years of experience in Septic System Design. His duties include meeting with clients to discuss projects, conducting topographic site surveys, completing system designs and permitting. In addition to his Septic Design Services, Tyler also has over 10 years of experience in Computer Aided Design. His duties include; AutoCAD, ArcGIS, CAD file management and various other computer related tasks. He prepares State approved CAD drawing documents in both site remediation and sewage disposal systems. He graduated in 2005 & 2006 from Vermont Technical College with an AS in Architectural and Building Technologies and a BS in Business.
Beth has over 10 years of experience in the environmental consulting field in Vermont, With a focus on hazardous site work. She performs Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, and manages on-going petroleum and solvent remediation and sampling at hazardous waste sites. She has experience with environmental assessment at Brownfields redevelopment projects, working closely with Vermont and EPA regulators to achieve developers’ objectives. Beth has a B.S in Geology from the Univeristy of the South and a M.S. in Geology from SUNY-Albany.
As the Administrative Assistant Megan takes care of the customer service and daily needs of the office. Her organizational skills and many years of customer service experience helps to make everything run smoothly. Karen's multi task position includes but is not limited to; billing, submitting documents to the State, corresponding with clients and contractors, and of course answering the phone with a "Can I help you?" attitude
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