Patriot Adds to Team

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Michael Kasnick and Doug Lam Michael Kasnick and Doug Lam

Patriot Engineering and Environmental Inc. has named Michael Kasnick (pictured) a senior project manager/ environmental practice leader for the Indianapolis and Evansville offices. He has more than 30 years of professional experience providing technical consultation and environmental program management for the manufacturing, petroleum and chemical industries. Kasnick has provided engineering expertise on hundreds of investigation and cleanup projects throughout the United States. He has negotiated remedial approaches with state/federal agencies and has extensive experience with public outreach and speaking, technical presentations, feasibility and remedial evaluations, due diligence, compliance, and remedial life-cycle planning.

Doug Lam (pictured) has been named a project geologist in its Environmental Division. He will work out of the Indianapolis office. He has more than 25 years of professional experience providing environmental expertise in the areas of subsurface investigations, due diligence, remediation, brownfields, underground storage tanks and O& M projects. Lam is a Professional Geologist and holds his Bachelor’s Degree from Western Kentucky University, where he studied Geology, and specialized in Karst Hydrology.

Also, Jeffrey Rechtin has been appointed project manager in the Environmental Division, working out of the firm's Indianapolis office. He has more than 20 years of professional experience providing environmental expertise in the areas of asbestos and lead investigations, indoor air quality investigations, industrial hygiene, and due diligence projects. Rechtin is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager and has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Dayton, where he studied Environmental Engineering.

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