Mr. Steven P. Sutherland is a Registered Geologist with over 24 years of experience working in the State of Arizona, as well as other national and international locations. He has experience conducting and managing activities in a wide variety of transportation, environmental/hazardous materials, water resources, and safety-related fields. He is experienced in the conduct and management of Phase I/II Environmental Site
Assessments (ESAs); remedial actions; brownfields investigations; asbestos, lead- based paint (LBP) and regulated building materials surveys; Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) waste determinations and hazardous waste management; CERCLA/state superfund investigations & remediation (WQARF), UST removal investigations, LUST investigations and remediation/risk assessment, environmental compliance audits; management of site safety; surface water and groundwater investigations; various air, soil and groundwater sampling requirements; Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), silica, and mold investigations; data analysis and interpretation; client and regulatory liaison; and report preparation and completion. He has also participated in and managed teams in multiple emergency response actions for hazardous materials spills and railroad derailments.
Mr. Sutherland has conducted and managed a variety of environmental projects for many agencies including the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ), City of Phoenix (COP), COP Office of Environmental Programs and Aviation Department, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 9, Maricopa County, the Navajo Nation EPA and other local, national and international industrial and private clients.
Mr. Sutherland currently serves as Hazardous Materials Manager for construction of the State Route 202L South Mountain Freeway, a $1.7 Billion-dollar project and the largest single construction project in the history of Arizona.