Jason joined RMC in January 2010 as a Geologist for the Environmental Division. He is a licensed Professional Geologist with a diverse background in drilling, well installation, task and project management, and proposal, plan, and report preparation. He has specialized knowledge in RCRA, CERCLA, NEPA, and UST site assessments, Corrective Action Plans (including remedial design), GIS and CADD software, and Public Water Systems Evaluations.
Jason has conducted surface water environmental baseline hydrologic monitoring and noise baseline monitoring for several NEPA new mine and mine expansion permit applications. He has provided geotechnical oversight during mine construction, conducted UST closures and initial site investigations, designed and operated remediation systems, and has extensive experience in permitting, design, construction oversight, and closure of solid waste landfills.
In addition, Jason has been a member of a HAZMAT Emergency Response Team and been intimately involved in health and safety. As a Corporate Health and Safety officer, he was responsible for updating and maintaining the corporate health and safety plan, maintaining the medical monitoring program, and approving project health and safety plans in accordance with current federal, state, and local regulations. He also inspected public- and privately-owned Public Water Systems to ensure public health protection through compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act.
Previously, Jason worked in environmental engineering as a Project Geologist. Jason holds a B.Sc. degree in Geology from San Diego State University, a Professional Geologist license from the state of Wyoming, a Well Drilling Supervisor-Water Well Monitoring Technician license from the state of Nebraska, and Asbestos and Lead-based Paint Building Inspector licenses from the state of Colorado.