Expert in Environmental Client & Project Management: Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS/CERMS)
Expert ID: 739361 Texas, USA
Principal Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEMS) Technical Lead.
Qualified I&C Technician at two Exelon power generation facilities in Arlington/Ft. Worth for GE Energy Services.
Proficient field regulatory specialist/trainer in 40CFR75, 40CFR60 & 63 (MATS Rule) for permitting and certification.
Broad experience with real time data acquisition systems (Teledyne-Monitor Labs, GE KVB, ESC, Odessa Engineering).
Support of TECO, Teledyne, Anarad, Ametek, Milton Roy, CAI, and KVB gaseous analytical equipment.
UNIX, SQL Server, and Windows Server Programmer (MCSE trained).
Experience in Tableau, SAS, MS Excel, SQL, Python, R Language.
Multi-plant experience in daily, quarterly, and annual CEMS testing for regulatory compliance.
Installed and maintains current CEMS software and hardware platform for AEP-Western Fleet (Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, and Louisiana)
Over 25 years experience with multiple real-time data acquisition platform applications for emissions monitoring, testing, state and federal reporting, programming, and classroom instruction.
|Year: 2022||Degree: Graduate Certificate||Subject: Advanced Data Analytics||Institution: University of North Texas|
|Year: 2014||Degree: BAAS||Subject: Applied Technology/Performance Improvement||Institution: University of North Texas|
|Years: 2022 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Sr. Client Project Manager||Department: Special Monitoring Systems|
Responsibilities:Point of contact for clients for service, support, installation, and contractual obligations. Field project supervisor and tester. Currently responsible for administration and execution of over $2M+ in system O&M, installation, and commissioning invoicing.
Manage continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS/CERMS) projects (primarily ethylene oxide via FTIR, stack and ambient). Develop process and procedures for CEMS/CERMS business (develop standard templates, pricing and proposals, end-user questionnaires, SOPs, and marketing material development).
|Years: 2019 to 2022||Employer: Trinity Consultants||Title: Sr. Consultant||Department: Environmental|
Responsibilities:Subject matter expert for all aspects of Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) used by industrial operators of stationary sources. Advises clients on CEMS selection; auditing CEMS programs; developing CEMS QA/QC plans; teaching CEMS-focused classes to industrial audiences; diagnosing and troubleshooting (non-mechanical) deficiencies in CEMS programs; reviewing CEMS certification and RATA test reports and assisting with other CEMS related issues. Serving as a regional/national resource for a highly respected environmental consulting firm.
|Years: 2007 to 2019||Employer: American Electric Power||Title: Principal Technical Coordinator||Department: Adv. Controls Division|
Responsibilities:Technical project lead for AEP Western Fleet. Develop and maintain current Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) as technical support lead and regulatory liaison. Qualified SQL and Windows Server application programmer. Qualified field trainer for emissions monitoring activities and real-time data acquisition systems pursuant to the Clean Air Act, 40CFR60, 40CFR75, and MATS mercury monitoring.
|Years: 2007 to 2018||Employer: American Electric Power||Title: Principal Technician||Department:|
Responsibilities:Principal Technical Lead for AEP's Western Fleet of Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS). Support and advise on all maintenance, QAQC, installation, programming, and certification activities at local, state, and federal levels. Active system server administrator for Windows and SQL Server (2012) at the enterprise level, as well as technical liaison between the plants and various state and federal EPA personnel.
|Licenses / Certifications|
|Project Management Professional (PMP) Certified Oct 2017|