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ENV Property Solutions, LLC
Providing environmental consultation, site assessments, mold, asbestos, lead, water, & soil sampling.

Experience

N14268 Lofdahl Road, Fifield, WI  54524     Cell:  715-661-0561     E-mail
Barbara J. Flietner, PG, CPG
 

Barbara J. Flietner, PG, CPG

EDUCATION

Pillar Management Associates

     – Lead Auditor Training Course – IRCA Certification for
        EMS Lead Auditor – 2006

Milwaukee Lead/Asbestos Information Center, Incorporated

     – Asbestos Inspector – 2003
     – Investigating and Assessing Biological/Microbiological
        Contamination in the Indoor Environment – 2003
     – Mold Abatement Projects – 2003
     – Moisture in Buildings – 2003
     – Lead Sampling Technician/Inspector/Hazard Investigation/Risk Assessor – 2003

University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

– Glacial Geology of Chippewa County – 2001

Center for Groundwater Management, Wright State University - IRIS Program

– Aquifer Test Analysis/Well Hydraulics, Graduate Program – 1998
– Environmental Geophysics, Graduate Program – 1997
– Contaminant Hydrogeology, Graduate Program – 1996

University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh

– Bachelor of Science, Professional Geology – 1995

Indiana University Geology Field Camp – 1994

EXPERIENCE

– ENV Property Solutions, LLC – 2008 to present:  Environmental Manager

– Phillips Plastics Corporation – 2006 to 2007:  Safety Health and Environmental
   Specialist

– Northern Environmental Technologies, Incorporated – 1995 to 2006:  Project
   Manager

– Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources – 1993 to 1994:  LTE

– University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh – 1992 to 1994:  Teaching Assistant

– As a geologist/hydrogeologist, areas of expertise included:

Project management, client/regulatory agency liaisons, brownfields redevelopment, grant applications, subsurface field investigations, explorations, and remediations, subcontractor services oversight, hydrogeologic data evaluation, geologic data interpretation, soil and groundwater characteristics evaluation, subsurface and geologic mapping, and conducting environmental assessments.

– Responsibilities and abilities include:

– Planning brownfields redevelopment 
– Completing state and federal grant claims and applications 
– Conducting UST closure assessments 
– Conducting transaction screens and phase I environmental site
   assessments
– Conducting remedial investigations (LUST, Drycleaner, Brownfields, ERP) 
– Conducting remedial actions 
– Logging, screening, and sampling soil exploration boreholes 
– Geologic mapping 
– Installing, developing, and sampling monitoring wells and remedial system
   wells 
– Performing aquifer performance testing and analysis 
– Developing computer-based site maps, data maps, and geologic
   cross-sections (AutoSketch, AutoCAD LT, and AutoCAD Land Desktop) 
– Producing proposals, workplans, and final reports documenting detailed
    biologic, geologic, and hydrogeologic analyses 
– Completing landfill permits, operations plans, and reclamation plans
– Completing non-metallic mining reclamation plans and permitting 
– Managing stream/wetland reclamations 
– Completing lead inspections and risk assessments
– Completing microbiological (mold) investigations and assessments
– Completing asbestos inspections

– As a Safety, Health, and Environmental Specialist, areas of expertise included:

Safety and environmental training, OSHA liaisons, environmental regulatory liaisons, environmental air permitting, hazardous waste management, EMS policy deployment, environmental sampling, workman’s compensation investigations, and leading energy reduction or recycling efforts.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

– American Institute of Professional Geologists
– Wisconsin Water Action Volunteer

CURRENT REGISTRATIONS

– Certified Professional Geologist- AIPG (CPG-10794)
– Professional Geologist -Wisconsin (PG-1179)
– Certified Asbestos Inspector (License #AII-016787) 
– Certified Asbestos Supervisor (License #016787)
– Certified Lead Risk Assessor (License #LRA-106787)
– Certified Site Assessor- Wisconsin (41610) 
– Qualified Hydrogeologist - Wisconsin (NR 712.03) 
– Health and Safety Training for Hazardous Waste Operations (40-Hour OSHA) and
   Annual 8-Hour Refreshers 
– ISO14001 Lead Auditor – Certificate No: 2221 American Heart Association AED,
   CPR and First Aid Program 
– 30-hour Occupational Safety and Health for General Industry

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

– German

CERTIFICATES
         
Click each underlined certificate to view.

– Investigating and Assessing Biological and Microbiological Contamination in the Indoor Environment
–
Minority Business Certificate
–
Moisture in Buildings:  How to Avoid Building Envelope and Mechanical System Problems
–
Mold Abatement Projects:  The Remediation Strategy and Project Oversight
–
Woman-Owned Business Enterprise
– DOT Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) Certification

REFERENCES

– References (including client references) available upon request.

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