Mr. Hoffmann has a Bachelor of Science from Richard Stockton University and has been working in the environmental consulting industry since 2004 conducting site characterization, ecological investigations, contaminant delineation, and remediation under both State and Federal regulations. Mr. Hoffmann has experience working on steel plants, chemical plants, liquid chemical storage terminals, pipelines, refineries, retail gasoline stations, hospitals, scrap yards, petroleum releases associated with trucking accidents (private property, and public roadways), dry cleaners, insurance oversight and other projects.
He has managed environmental projects for clients including manufacturers, healthcare companies, developers, midstream and downstream petroleum companies, automotive recycling, financial institutions, insurance companies, and retail companies. Mr. Hoffmann effectively interprets, communicates and applies environmental regulations to projects administered by a variety of regulatory agencies.
He has extensive technical experience including the performance of air, water and soil sampling, project management of general construction and remediation sites, oversight of feasibility testing of conventional and innovative remedial technologies and subsequent design and installation of treatment systems. Mr. Hoffmann has conducted environmental Phase I, Preliminary Assessments, site and remedial investigations of soil and groundwater, underground storage tank investigations, USEPA TRIAD expedited site investigations, remedial actions of soil and groundwater, vapor intrusion investigations and vapor intrusion mitigations.