Assessments Director, CEM, CEC
Mr. Long has more than 20-years of experience in environmental investigation and assessment, property assessment and building forensics. Mr. Long has managed hundreds of Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and Property Condition Assessments (PCAs) nationwide including gas stations, dry cleaners, hotels, shopping malls, retail centers, high rise office buildings, multifamily residential, amusement parks, resorts, hospitals, industrial manufacturing facilities, assisted livings, government facilities, agricultural facilities, automobile dealerships, renewable energy projects and large land tracts.
He is an accomplished manager of numerous environmental assessment, remediation and monitoring projects with demonstrated knowledge of the principles, practices, technology, regulation and methods of environmental management and sustainability. His environmental background includes a detailed understanding of assessing the risk associated with hazardous and regulated materials storage, use generation and disposal, above ground and underground storage tanks, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), asbestos-containing materials (ACM), lead-based paint (LBP), mold and radon.
Mr. Long has managed numerous subsurface investigations to assess the horizontal and vertical extent of soil and groundwater contamination as well as monitoring and reporting groundwater and surface water contamination. He is a certified environmental manager, certified environmental consultant, certified asbestos inspector, asbestos project management planer and asbestos project designer. He is also trained and experienced in wetland delineation, stream condition assessment, lake condition assessment, soil sampling, surface water sampling and groundwater sampling.
Mr. Long is experienced in assessing site improvements, building structures and envelopes, mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems for evidence of deferred maintenance or problematic or deleterious materials. He is also skilled in identifying anticipated expenditures and preparing anticipated re-placement reserve schedules.