Keith joined RMC in November 2004. As a Project Manager and Field Supervisor, he brings many years’ experience in crew supervision; heavy equipment operation; project scheduling; and operation, start-up, and maintenance of environmental remediation systems and construction operations.

He has a strong working knowledge of equipment operational systems, including computer-based control systems, hydraulics, pneumatics, and mechanics. His areas of expertise are environmental construction projects such as abandoned mine closures and mine reclamation, river restoration, and environmental remediation.

Keith has helped RMC expand from traditional environmental remediation projects into mine reclamation, flood recovery, and river restoration for a variety of clients including the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Colorado State agencies, county and city governments, local watershed coalitions, and non-governmental entities such as Trout Unlimited.

Prior to joining RMC, Keith worked as a supervisor for installation and maintenance of mechanical equipment used on the Normandy landfill reclamation project in Beirut, Lebanon, as well as other national and international projects. He holds an Associate of Science degree from Red Rocks Community College, as well as a variety of health and safety certifications, including OSHA 40-hour hazardous waste operator training and MSHA 40-hour surface miner safety training.