FEDERAL, STATE, & LOCAL GOVERNMENT
ERO often supports governmental entities and their resource specialists during project development with navigating and ensuring regulatory compliance and crafting best environmental practices. Our regulatory expertise enhances project design to avoid unnecessary environmental triggers. We offer our clients technical expertise to assist with planning, environmental permitting, and resource inventories. ERO’s skilled scientists and project managers serve local, state, and federal governmental agencies through all our service areas.
ERO is classified as a small business under Federal NAICS code 541620/Environmental Consulting Services. Please contact Rae Frederick or your ERO Project Manager if you have any questions or to let us know how we can help you meet your Federal small business contracting goals. Learn more through the GSA's web site or by visiting our SBA page here.
Federal, State & Local Government Leads
Jack has been with ERO since 1999 providing environmental and geologic consulting for a wide range of development and redevelopment projects. His experience includes Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, site characterization and monitoring, remedial action evaluations, asbestos-contaminated soils remediation, solid and hazardous waste management, abandoned mine assessment, and Voluntary Cleanup and Brownfields redevelopment. Jack leads ERO’s Geoscience division from Denver, providing environmental due diligence and remediation services throughout the west.
Sean has practiced cultural resource management since 1996, and has served as the cultural resource manager for ERO since 2005. He is responsible for all facets of cultural resource compliance, developing work plans, coordinating with clients and regulatory agencies, ensuring regulatory compliance and best practices, and maintaining quality assurance and control. Sean has a broad range of Section 106 compliance experience including municipal water development, transportation, electrical transmission, vegetation management, land development, oil and gas development, mineral development, and Section 404 Clean Water Act compliance. He is the primary lead for conducting Native American coordination and National Environmental Policy Act impact assessments. Sean has served as principal investigatory on more than 500 projects with cultural resource components for clients such as the Federal Highway Administration, National Park Service, Bureau of Reclamation, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Army Corps of Engineers, cities, counties, special districts, and engineering firms.
Steve has provided expertise in ecological consulting since 1995, conducting and managing natural resource investigations throughout Colorado and the western and central United States. Steve’s experience includes serving as project manager and assistant project manager for numerous NEPA projects, preparing environmental assessments, and preparing sections of environmental impact statements. He has prepared biological assessments and habitat conservation plans, conducted habitat evaluations and surveys for threatened and endangered species. Steve is also a certified Professional Wetland Scientist with experience in wetland delineation, wetland mitigation, Section 404 permitting, threatened and endangered species, Endangered Species Act compliance, vegetation surveys, and rare species surveys.