Scott Waldenmyer is a Regional Vice President at VERTEX with over 20 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry. Mr. Waldenmyer is responsible for senior management and technical oversight of environmental project teams on projects that include Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments, hazardous material site investigations, site characterization, remedial investigations and design, underground storage tank (UST) systems removal, hydrogeologic field studies, site development, brownfield redevelopments, construction, demolition, pre-construction services, regulatory permitting and risk assessments.
As a Regional Vice President, he is also tasked with business development, client management, proposal preparation, contract negotiations, developing and coordinating project work plans and schedules, conducting site research, report generation and technical review, ensuring product quality control, subcontractor oversight, interacting with regulators and clients and the overall growth of environmental operations throughout the Rocky Mountain region. Mr. Waldenmyer has working knowledge of environmental regulations throughout the Rocky Mountain, Great Lakes and Midwestern States as well as Washington, Oregon, Florida, North Carolina and Texas.
In addition, Mr. Waldenmyer has worked on numerous multimillion and billion dollar real estate portfolio projects as an assessor of environmental risk as well as complex environmental remediation and development projects. Mr. Waldenmyer provides unparalleled client satisfaction while managing and coordinating the performance and execution of environmental projects for VERTEX.
Education & Certification
B.S., Environmental Science with Minor in Spatial Information Processing/GIS, Michigan State University