about our staff!!
The following personnel are available to discuss your
needs in our Brea office:
Michael E. Shiang, R.G., C.Hg., R.E.A.,
Registered Geologist and Certified Hydrogeologist
California Registered Geologist #5794
California Certified Hydrogeologist #330
Geological Scientist (CGS No. 7055): American Institute
of Professional Geologists
California Registered Environmental Assessor #1616
Certified Environmental Inspector #7391
Geology, Boston University
M.S., Environmental Sciences, CSU Fullerton, CA
Shiang, Principal Consultant of ADvTECH
Environmental, Inc., has over 24 years of solid
professional experience in conducting hydrogeological
studies, providing project management, and developing
sound client relations in the environmental services
Prior to ADvTECH,
Mr. Shiang was employed by Geraghty & Miller, one of
the nations leading ground-water consulting firms.
His tenure at this firm, which started in 1977,
has provided him with solid practical experience in
conducting and implementing environmental programs
including hydrogeologic site investigations, RI/FS
programs, RCRA and CERCLA/SARA studies, RFA and RFI
programs, hazardous and solid waste assessments, UST
management, soil and ground-water remediation, computer
modeling, environmental assessments/audits for property
transfer, compliance review, and risk assessment.
Shiang has managed numerous small scale to multi-million
dollar environmental projects to the client's
satisfaction, on time and on budget.
These projects have generally employed a
multi-disciplinary approach by integrating a matrix
system of management to meet the needs of the client.
He has developed and implemented contract
negotiations, performed cost-benefit analysis and
cost-control measures for large- and small-scale
environmental projects throughout the nation.
Providing his full personal commitment to ADvTECH's
clients, Mr. Shiang offers the highest standards of
excellence through sound environmental management
practices. In keeping with this commitment, he has
successfully strategized and negotiated, on behalf of
industry, strong technically defensible positions
related to hydrogeologic investigations and site
characterization to help reduce overall costs of
environmental programs and minimize requirements imposed
by local, state, and federal regulatory agencies.
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Tyler Chow, EIT,
Civil and Remedial Engineer
B.S., Civil Engineering, UC Berkeley
provides a highly specialized niche in investigative and
analytical assessments, and data management.
Chow has 2 years of solid professional
experience in reviewing designs for remedial cleanup, compliance
with Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE)
regulations, writing environmental compliance programs
and procedures, and working on hazardous waste sites.
Prior to ADvTECH, Mr. Chow was employed by The
Source Group in the Bay Area.
Chow has performed groundwater sampling in accordance
with accepted technical practice.
Mr. Chow has provided data management
expertise to Site Investigation projects involving
electrical utility substatiions, and has performed
evaluation of groundwater in various basins within
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Staff Scientist - Geologist
B.S., Geology, James Madison University, Virginia
Groundwater Hydrology, UCI
Ms. Kellerman has over 5 years experience in environmental-related
projects, including Phase I Environmental Site
Assessment and Transaction Screen Reports for a variety
of properties such as multi-tenant retail
establishments, dry cleaning facilities, vacant lands,
former gasoline stations, automotive service stations
and various other commercial and manufacturing
facilities in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego
Counties. Her experience also covers soil and
groundwater collection sampling programs, monitor-well
installation programs and remedial
Ms. Kellerman's expertise covers all aspects of
environmental compliance and facility inspections.
She has extensive knowledge of California and
Federal RCRA, CERCLA, OSHA and DOT environmental
include: conducting Phase I Environmental Site
Assessments for industrial and banking institutions; completing
site inspections for real estate transactions including
the review of government database reports and prior
Phase I ESAs for the purpose of establishing the level
of environmental risk to a real restate project; data
gathering, site inspections, regulatory review, and
report preparation. She has prepared various
supporting documents including, but not limited to:
Health and Safety Plans, Quality Assurance/Quality
Control Plans, and Field Sampling Plans.
E. Shiang, Director of Environmental
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