Dru Carlisle

For over 10 years, Dru has helped numerous business and property owners facing regulatory action, navigate and manage their environmental liability. Dru has vast experience in assisting dry cleaners in securing funding for their environmental cleanups through historical insurance policies. Dru is a member of numerous drycleaning associations in addition to serving on the Midwest Drycleaning and Laundry Institute (MWDLI) advisory council and on the Drycleaning & Laundry Institute Board (DLI) as an Allied Trade District Committee Member.


Articles by Dru Carlisle:

Casey McFall, CHMM

Casey McFall is the Director of Commercial Real Estate Services and a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager with 15+ years of experience as an environmental consultant. He has managed numerous petroleum and chlorinated solvent projects throughout various stages of investigation, remediation, and closure. His professional experience includes all areas of project management, due diligence, reporting, and regulatory negotiation. He has experience managing projects in Alaska, California, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, South Carolina, Wisconsin, and Washington. Casey also has experience acting as an environmental liaison for municipalities, offering expert advice regarding environmental issues and providing risk communication to stakeholders and the community by explaining complex environmental issues in a concise, understandable way.

E-mail: cmcfall@enviroforensics.com

To receive a copy of Casey McFall’s resume, call 866.888.7911

Morgan Saltsgiver, LPG

Morgan Saltsgiver is a Licensed Professional Geologist (LPG) with sixteen years of experience in the environmental industry specializing in providing Agribusiness, Brownfields development, and traditional environmental consulting services to her clients. Her educational background in geology provides a strong basis for geological and hydrogeological interpretations of contaminant migration through subsurface media and the development of conceptual site models used to develop the path forward towards closure for each project site. She assists her clients with finding and using alternative funding sources for their environmental issues, including historical insurance policies, federal and local Brownfields grants, and state trust funds.

Morgan maintains a working rapport with project managers at the IDEM, the California RWQCBs, the Kentucky DEP, the Texas CEQ, the Virginian DEQ, and the US EPA and all other project stakeholders to facilitate productive cooperation and momentum on her projects. She manages the technical and business aspects of projects and has extensive experience evaluating and remediating agricultural chemical, petroleum, chlorinated solvent, and PCB releases at sites across the United States.

Morgan serves as President of the Indianapolis Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), Immediate Past President of Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association (MSECA), and is actively involved with the Northwest Indiana Influential Women’s Association (NWIIWA) and the Ball State University Geology Department’s Alumni Advisory Board.

Email: msaltsgiver@enviroforensics.com

To receive a copy of Saltsgiver’s resume, call 866.888.7911

Articles by Morgan Saltsgiver:

Joseph Stephens, PG, MBA

Joseph Stephens is a Regional Director and registered professional geologist with more than 17 years of experience in environmental consulting with a focus on environmental due diligence and site investigation. Joseph has performed and managed numerous site assessments, subsurface investigations, and subsurface contaminant delineation and remediation projects at various types of facilities in various types of geologic settings. He also has extensive experience in conducting environmental assessments of properties undergoing acquisition, divestiture, or refinancing. His experience includes technical direction of project teams, including engineers, geologists, industrial hygienists, and field and laboratory technicians, while maintaining specific quality control and standardization protocols. Joseph’s field experience includes subsurface utility clearance; soil, groundwater, surface water, sediment, and wipe sampling; geophysical survey oversight; oversight of auger, hammer, sonic, and wire-line core drilling; direct-push borings; remedial oversight including excavation, injection, and system installation; and in-situ permeability testing and aquifer testing.

Email: jstephens@enviroforensics.com
To receive a copy of Joseph Stephens’ resume, call 866.888.7911

Rob Hoverman, LPG

Rob Hoverman is the Northern Midwest Regional Director and a registered professional geologist with more than 19 years of professional environmental services with a focus on contaminated site management. Rob currently serves as senior project manager for several projects in Indiana and Wisconsin.  His diversified professional experience includes research, scoping and budgeting, project management, data analysis and interpretation for both hazardous and non-hazardous substances, including compounds such as chlorinated solvents, petroleum-related constituents, as well as metals. Rob has managed numerous investigation and remediation projects regulated by state programs, and his responsibilities involved every aspect of projects from proposal preparation through project closure, regulatory negotiations and stakeholder communications.  Beyond technical evaluation and interpretation duties include obtaining contract approval, job initiation, budgetary analysis, budget tracking, and subcontractor contracting and management. Rob has also served as technical support for numerous vapor intrusion including soil gas, sub-slab, indoor air sampling and mitigation.  As the Regional Director for EnviroForensics, Rob maintains momentum and resources for Wisconsin projects.

Email: rhoverman@enviroforensics.com
To receive a copy of Rob Hoverman’s resume, call 866.888.7911