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Senior Staff

Senior Professionals

The Executive Management Team is augmented by senior technical staff responsible for project implementation and company operations. With entire professional careers in the environmental industry, diverse backgrounds and wide range of experience, they understand and advocate client goals, develop and communicate comprehensive project paths with definitive end-points. They apply aggressive, goal-oriented project management to achieve project endpoints. Our senior staff has extensive experience working on complex projects subject to federal regulations and the state-level regulatory frameworks in the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

Carly Atkins, MS

Carly Atkins, MS

Project Manager

Ms. Atkins has over nine years of industry experience and holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from Cornell University and a Master of Science, also in Environmental Science, from Rutgers University. She has managed a wide range of projects including investigation, environmental monitoring, and remediation. Her experience includes development and execution of soil and groundwater investigations in accordance with applicable technical regulations; procurement and supervision of subcontractor activities; sample collection and data interpretation. Carly is also responsible for technical reports and environmental compliance activities.

Robert T. Barnes, PG

Robert T. Barnes, PG

Senior Project Manager

Mr. Barnes is a Professional Geologist (PG) who obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Montclair State University and  is an NJDEP licensed Subsurface Evaluator and holds a Loss Prevention System certification. He has worked in the environmental consulting and site remediation field since 1986. He has managed large project portfolios through all stages of the investigation and remediation for developers, municipal agencies, state agencies, petroleum companies, insurance companies, financial institutions, manufacturers and commercial companies. His experience also includes securing and managing public funding for leaking underground storage tanks owned by private parties. 

Matthew Bruno, MS, LSRP, EIT

Matthew Bruno, MS, LSRP, EIT

Senior Project Manager

Matthew Bruno is an Environmental Engineer whose career in the industry began in 2011. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Rutgers University, and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). He is an Engineer in Training (EIT) and is a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional. He is also a certified New Jersey Radon Mitigation Specialist and has extensive experience in the design and operation of vapor mitigation systems. He has conducted numerous remedial actions utilizing removal options, such as excavation, vapor and liquid extraction, and in-situ biological and chemical technologies. . Mr. Bruno is also proficient in  New York site remediation guidelines and regulations, including NYSDEC and NYSDOH regulations and guidance.

Alyssa Cawley

Alyssa Cawley

Project Manager

Ms. Cawley has been in the environmental industry experience since 2003.  She holds an Associates Degree in Marine Biology from Brookdale Community College and a Bachelor of Science in Marine Science from Richard Stockton University. Alyssa has extensive experience in sampling soil and groundwater, and has supported many site characterization and remediation projects.  Alyssa has conducted countless ASTM Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and NJDEP Preliminary Assessment Reports. As a key member of our due diligence group, her work provides clients with innocent purchaser protections, identifies environmental risk associated with a property, and develops solutions to manage that risk.

Eric Hoffmann, LSRP, CHMM

Eric Hoffmann, LSRP, CHMM

Senior Project Manager

Mr. Hoffmann has a Bachelor of Science from Richard Stockton University and has been working in the environmental consulting industry since 2004. He is a Certified Hazardous Material Manager and a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional. He has conducted numerous site characterization, ecological investigations, contaminant delineation, and remediation projects under both State and Federal regulations. Mr. Hoffmann has conducted many expedited site investigations and remedial alternative analyses, and has managed numerous remediation technologies for soil and groundwater, including electrical resistance heating, chemical and biological in-situ technologies, vapor recovery and treatment systems and soil methods.

Michael Misiaszek, EIT

Michael Misiaszek, EIT

Project Manager

Michael has been an environmental professional since 2009. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of Delaware. Michael holds an NJDEP Industrial Waste Water N-2 license and is an Engineer in Training (EIT), bringing additional engineering capabilities to Peak. He has completed remediation projects using many remediation technologies for a variety of contaminants in soil, groundwater and vapor. Michael is responsible for Peak engineering services, supporting projects that require active remediation, and is also managing site characterization projects. Michael also has extensive experience in water and air discharge permitting.

Kassidy Klink, MS, LSRP, PG

Kassidy Klink, MS, LSRP, PG

Senior Project Manager

Mr. Klink has been working in the Environmental Industry since 2006 providing quality control/assurance, technical oversight, coordination, and project management. Mr. Klink has a Bachelor of Science in Geology from Kean University and a Master of Science in Environmental Science from the University of Florida. Mr. Klink is a Licensed Site Remediation Professional, Subsurface Evaluator, and holds a Professional Geologist license from Louisiana. He has conducted and managed site/remedial investigations/actions throughout New Jersey as well as in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, and California. Mr. Klink is an expert in bioremediation technologies, and has experience with ISRA transactions, Superfund facilities, Spill Act, underground storage tanks, and Brownfield sites.

Chelsea Lader

Chelsea Lader

Project Manager

Ms. Lader joined Peak in 2014 after earning a Bachelor of Science in Geosciences from Penn State University, where she gained experience in geophysics, geochemistry, laboratory work, and bio-energy concepts. Chelsea’s technical experience and training include due diligence inspections, sampling of multiple media, and generating data of known quality on a variety of projects. As a Project Manager, she is responsible for technical and financial aspects of site characterization projects, including underground storage tanks, dry cleaners, and other property types at which there have been releases of hazardous materials to soil and groundwater. She also has experience in geophysics and geochemistry.

Jesse Manning

Jesse Manning

Project Manager

Mr. Manning is an environmental professional whose career in the industry began in 1999. He has broad experience in site characterization, investigation, and remediation under both State and Federal regulations.  He has managed environmental projects for a variety of clients including developers, petroleum corporations, construction and commercial companies, engineering firms, and residential home owners. He has conducted remedial investigations of soil and groundwater, underground storage tank investigations, Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, ecological assessments, and indoor air quality and vapor intrusion investigations.

Carla Nascimento, MS, LSRP

Carla Nascimento, MS, LSRP

Associate

Ms. Nascimento holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology from Rider University, and a Master of Science in Geology from Western Michigan University.  She has been working in the industry since 1997 specializing in managing complex projects for clients in the petroleum and manufacturing industries. Carla is a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional and holds a Professional Geologist license from Tennessee.  She is an expert in sampling methods, soil chemistry, groundwater modeling and aquifer analysis, vapor intrusion investigations, and remedial technology. Carla has managed sites with impacts from petroleum compounds, chlorinated compounds, metals (including hexavalent chromium, lead and arsenic), and polychlorinated biphenyls. Carla is a remediation expert with extensive experience in the application of numerous technologies.

Joseph A. Romeo

Joseph A. Romeo

Senior Project Manager

Mr. Romeo’s career in the environmental industry began in 1995 after receiving a Bachelor of Science degree from West Chester University. Mr. Romeo has conducted numerous environmental investigations including preliminary assessments, site and remedial investigations, soil and ground water remedial actions, Underground Storage Tank closures, and due diligence property evaluations. Mr. Romeo has extensive knowledge of New Jersey regulations and his experience includes the design and timely implementation of investigation and remediation activities performed to support the redevelopment of large scale commercial and industrial properties.  Mr. Romeo has overseen the design and implementation of various remedial treatment technologies including High-Vacuum Extraction and Treatment (HEAT). Other professional experience includes expertise in several software applications including Rockware, ArcGIS and AutoCAD.

Michael Stopen

Michael Stopen

Project Manager

Mike joined Peak in October 2014 after graduating from The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey where he majored in Environmental Science and minored in Geology. As a Staff Scientist, Mike was trained and conducted air monitoring and sampling activities for Peak project teams managing brownfield projects. In 2016 Mike was promoted to Project Scientist, and his increased responsibilities included coordination of environmental sampling and remediation activities at redevelopment projects, taking the lead role in many sampling teams, and interaction with the NJDEP in support of Peak’s ‘Analyze Immediately’ laboratory certification. As a Project Manager, Mike is now responsible for technical aspects of site characterization and remediation projects, including developing and implementing sampling plans, managing and interpreting data, and preparing technical reports.

Jacqueline Ulrich, EP

Jacqueline Ulrich, EP

Senior Project Manager

Ms. Ulrich holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University and has been working in the environmental consulting industry since 2001. Her experience includes the completion of numerous NJ-compliant Preliminary Assessments, Site and Remedial Investigations. She managed Peak’s due diligence services and is an expert in ASTM compliant Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and Environmental Transaction Screens. Ms. Ulrich has extensive experience with NJDEP Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) sites. Her responsibilities also include projects subject to NJ Environmental Guidance for Child Care & Educational Facilities. Ms. Ulrich also assists clients with Brownfield Redevelopment Agreements to obtain funding.

Sarah Lembo

Sarah Lembo

Regulatory Compliance Specialist

Sarah joined Peak in 2015 after earning a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Policy from Marist College. As a Regulatory Compliance Specialist, she is responsible for maintaining compliance with NJDEP deadlines and for the preparation and submission of remedial phase reports, permit applications and other deliverables. She regularly works with local, state and federal agencies and monitors regulatory, guidance and policy changes. She maintains a compliance tracking database for Peak’s active projects and deadlines manage by our Licensed Site Remediation Professionals. Sarah is also an NJDEP Qualified Air Compliance Auditor.

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