TRENT GODWIN, P.G.
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
Mr. Godwin has over 16 years of environmental consulting experience. His primary responsibilities involve soil and groundwater remediation and assessment. Typical projects include the management and preparation of retail petroleum Underground Storage Tank, Georgia Hazardous Site Recovery Act assessments, Phase I ESA and Phase II ESA reports, as well as field responsibilities involving site assessment, sampling, groundwater treatment system installation/operation, in-situ remediation actions and pilot tests. He also conducts industrial hygiene, microbial and asbestos assessments. Mr. Godwin is a licensed aerial drone pilot.
STEPHEN K. WILSON, P.G.
Mr. Wilson has more than 30 years of experience performing soil, groundwater, and water resources investigations, and helping clients in the industrial, retail and finance sectors comply with federal and state hazardous waste regulations, assess and remediate sites, and meet Brownfields requirements throughout the Southeastern and Midwestern U.S. For the past 20 years, Mr. Wilson has worked for environmental and engineering consulting firms, with the last 16 years spent in ever increasing management roles, culminating in 8 years as Branch Manager for three branches (simultaneously) of a national environmental and engineering consulting firm. As Branch Manager, Mr. Wilson was responsible for all aspects of operations including financial performance, business development, contract negotiation, liability limitation, and personnel management. In April 2010, Mr. Wilson left his previous position to form Resolute Environmental & Water Resources Consulting, LLC. Mr. Wilson’s technical practice has focused on the assessment and remediation of hazardous waste sites, including numerous high-profile Brownfield sites. Mr. Wilson’s practice has also included due diligence investigations, expert witness services, and the remediation of petroleum sites. In addition, Mr. Wilson’s practice has included water resources investigations evaluating both the quantity and quality of groundwater for municipal and industrial use.
KENNETH L. BROOKE, P.E.
Mr. Brooke is a professional environmental engineer with more than 20 years of soil and groundwater remediation experience that includes chlorinated organic compounds, 1,4-dioxane, PCBs, arsenic, chromium, lead, zinc, gasoline, and diesel. He has performed site investigations, site assessments, site monitoring, design and installation of soil and groundwater treatment systems. He has prepared and obtained an underground injection control (UIC) permit for groundwater remediation using zero valent iron (ZVI) to reduce hexavalent chromium and chlorinated organic chemicals in a permeable reactive barrier (PRB) at an industrial site in western Tennessee. Mr. Brooke has served as manager and engineer of record for a large petrochemical company’s retail and terminal soil and groundwater projects in Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee. He has designed and upgraded dual phase extraction (DPE) systems for UST release sites. He has experience in industrial wastewater treatment and air pollution control, and has prepared successful air permit applications for industrial manufacturers. He has developed human health/ecological risk assessments and conducted ambient air surveys at industrial sites.