Dave Hunter has 30 years of varied environmental consulting experience with a reputation of achieving client-centered outcomes based on expert use of technology and regulatory interpretations. Mr. Hunter’s project history includes transaction environmental due diligence, environmental compliance services, Brownfields consulting, contaminated site management (CSM) under various state and federal regulations, industrial hygiene, specialty/remedial construction management, geophysics, and geological engineering. Representative client types are financial institutions, property managers and owners, industry, institutions, and various government entities.
Mr. Hunter’s environmental due diligence experience includes various property sectors such as industrial, commercial retail and office, multifamily, warehouse and distribution, agricultural, and land development. Mr. Hunter has conducted thousands of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and hundreds of Phase II ESAs and is an Environmental Professional (EP) under American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Environmental Standard 1527-13.
Mr. Hunter has expertise in interpretation and management of environmental risk through various financial, compliance, and remedial techniques, for impact to various environmental media and buildings by chlorinated and petroleum-based organic compounds, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), pesticides, metals, and hazardous building materials. Mr. Hunter applies specialty methods including human health and ecological risk assessment, hydraulic and leachate modelling, remedial optimization, land use restrictions, application of specialty engineered solutions to remedial construction management and building sciences, regulatory caveat leveraging, and knowledge of metals occurrence/distribution. Environmental regulatory expertise across the United States combined with innovative methods has resulted in Mr. Hunter successfully managing and closing sites with considerable environmental challenges.
Mr. Hunter’s business management experience encompasses small and large projects, client and industry sector programs, and management of personnel and business units ranging from departments to multiple engineering and environmental consulting offices as profit centers.
- Registered/Licensed Professional Geologist (NC #1171, SC #1123, & GA #867)
- Registered Site Manager (RSM) in the NC Registered Environmental Consultant (REC) Program
- OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operator’s Training (29 CFR 1910.120), with 8-Hour Annual Refreshers, and 8-hour Supervisors Training
- American Red Cross First Aid and CPR Training
- Various training, conferences and seminars for environmental consultants and professional geologists, including session presentations at such events
- Association of Engineering Geologists Member
- MS, Geology, Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas
- BS, Geology, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina