Our environmental consulting team consists of highly educated and trained professionals with expertise in the areas of archaeology, architecture, biology, business, chemistry, environmental science, environmental regulations, geology, graphic design, historic preservation, history, and technology.
Our nationwide network of professionals allows RESCOM to complete projects both quickly and accurately.
Founder, President, & Chief Executive Officer
Joe founded RESCOM Environmental Corp. in 1996. With over 30 years of industry experience, Joe is a qualified environmental professional as defined by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Joe received a B.A. in Biology from Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids, Michigan).
Prior to founding RESCOM, Joe gained a wide range of experience with several environmental consulting/engineering firms. His expertise includes managing environmental remediation projects, conducting environmental assessments, conducting investigation and remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater, conducting geologic and hydro-geologic investigations, managing underground storage tank sites, acting to ensure regulatory compliance with state and federal environmental laws, supervising and managing biological evaluations and assessments, and preparing reports and proposals. His background has progressed from field technical support and construction to all aspects of marketing, project management, and property assessment.
Chief Operating Officer
Andrew has over 15 years of experience in environmental compliance. Currently, he runs the day-to-day operations of the company by managing personnel throughout the country, by overseeing all project management, and by working with the leadership team to develop new markets. Andrew is also a Professor of Practice at Purdue University Fort Wayne (Indiana) where he teaches Archaeology courses.
Andrew has a B.A. in Anthropology from Indiana University (Fort Wayne, Indiana) and an M.A. in Anthropology from Ball State University (Muncie, Indiana). He is a Secretary of the Interior qualified archaeologist and historian. Andrew is also listed on the Register of Professional Archaeologists.
Andrew began his career working as an archaeologist at Ball State University. He has nationwide SHPO and government consultation experience. He has conducted hundreds of field surveys, literature reviews/record searches, archaeological testing, and mitigations. In addition, he has experience in Native American consultation, including planning and NAGPRA consultation. Andrew has also worked in a regulatory position with the Louisiana Division of Archaeology, State Historic Preservation Office.
Bill has over 20 years of industry experience. He currently directs national market development.
Bill is a graduate of Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids, Michigan) where he received a B.A. in Biology. Additionally, Bill holds an M.S.P.E. from Ohio University (Athens, Ohio).
Bill previously served as the Director of Environmental Health for the Licking County Health Department in Ohio and Perry County Health Department in Ohio, where he was responsible for the supervision and management of all environmental health programs. His expertise includes program and personnel management, performance of environmental assessments, performance of biological assessments, and performance of environmental site evaluations. His experience also includes performance of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, NEPA screening/assessments, site evaluations, on-site sewage disposal system design, on-site water system evaluations, residential subdivision design, and interpretation of local and state environmental health regulations. Bill is also experienced in conducting various types of water, soil, and air sampling, percolation testing, and balloon testing.
Jamie has over 15 years of experience in environmental compliance. Currently, Jamie works with the leadership team to organize and execute business objectives related to cultural resources. Jamie is also responsible for staffing, quality control, database management, and web operations. Jamie is also a Professor of Practice at Purdue University Fort Wayne (Indiana) where she teaches Archaeology courses.
Jamie has a B.A. in Anthropology from Indiana University (Fort Wayne, Indiana), an M.A. in Anthropology from Ball State University (Muncie, Indiana), and an M.L.I.S. from Indiana University (Indianapolis, Indiana). She is a Secretary of the Interior qualified archaeologist and historian. Jamie is also listed on the Register of Professional Archaeologists.
Jamie began her career in compliance as an archaeological field technician at Ball State University. She has national experience communicating with SHPOs, governments, and interested parties. She has conducted many field surveys, literature reviews, record searches, archaeological testing, and mitigations, and she has written several archaeology, SHPO, and NEPA reports. In addition, Jamie has several years of cataloging and curation management experience.
Commercial Real Estate
Amy has over 10 years of professional experience in the commercial real estate industry, with a focus on development and structured finance. She is based in New York City and leads the business development efforts for the commercial real estate division of RESCOM. Amy assists clients in obtaining the necessary environmental reports and due diligence items required for financing new developments or refinancing existing properties.
Amy received a B.A. in Political Science from Emmanuel College (Boston, Massachusetts). She graduated magna cum laude with distinction in her field. Amy also holds Series 7 and Series 63 securities licenses.
Prior to joining RESCOM Environmental Corporation, Amy was an analyst at Greystone & Co., (New York, New York) where she raised approximately $40 million dollars in EB-5 proceeds for multifamily and skilled nursing facility ground up developments from investors in China, India, Vietnam, Brazil and the Philippines.