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Expertise:

  • Environmental Site Assessment
  • Site Investigation
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Technical Writing
  • Risk-Based Closures
  • Underground Storage Tanks
  • Deed Restrictions.

 


  • Full Profile

    Tami Roberts has 10 years of professional experience providing supervisory and technical support in the environmental consulting industry managing RCRA, CERCLA, and various state regulated investigation and remediation projects.  She is a Geologist and Project Manager with extensive experience in field investigations and remedial implementation under the RCRA Corrective Action Program and various state programs. Her specific experience encompasses project management, work plan preparation and implementation, groundwater studies, investigations, report preparation, remediation efforts, subcontracting, budget management, health and safety plan development, data interpretation and reporting, as well as interaction and negotiation with various regulatory agencies.  Tami has significant experience working with the Ohio Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations (BUSTR) and the Ohio Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Release Compensation Board (PUSTRCB). 

    Education

    • BS, Geology, University of Akron, 2002.

     

    Certification and Training

    • Project Manager Certification
    • 40 Hour OSHA Health and Safety
    • Certification (29 CFR 1910.120)
    • 8-Hour OSHA Health and Safety Annual.

     

    Update Certification

    Key Projects

    Tami Roberts has worked with several companies to evaluate, manage, and coordinate environmental investigations and remediation activities. She previously managed a portfolio of over 50 active retail sites for a major petroleum company in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. The sites were regulated under the Ohio BUSTR, IDEM LUST, and KDEP UST Branch and required coordination of subcontractors and interaction with regulatory personnel. Responsibilities included managing a budget of over $2.0 million and forecasting provision spend for life cycle of the sites.

    Tami worked as technical assistant and geologist for a RCRA facility investigation in Chicago, Illinois. She assisted with the preparation and implementation of RCRA Facility Investigation work plans and reports associated with a 20+ acre chemical manufacturing facility. Project details included identifying the nature and extent of impacts in multi-medias.

    Tami worked as project manager assistant and was responsible for mobilizing and implementing complicated large-scale field investigation and monitoring activities. She has directed field activities that included the installation of double monitoring wells and bedrock wells; groundwater, sediment, surface water, and soil sampling. She provided technical report writing with preparation of RI Work Plan, RI Report, Conceptual Site Model, as well as, participated in EPA/Client Public Participation meetings.

    Tami also worked as project manager assistant and was responsible for managing field team efforts, as well as, provided oversight and a direct communication line to Agency/Client for activities occurring onsite for removal and remediation of lead pellets from a former shooting range impacting a Wetlands area.