Certifications: QSTI 10 Hour OSHA Visible Emissions Evaluator for Method 9 Mining Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Jake joined Bison in 2018 as a Staff Engineer with the Billings Source Testing group. He has a B.S. in Chemistry and an M.B.A. from the University of Denver. Jake has extensive knowledge and experience in flow measurement and stack emission measurement and calculations. Jake has passed all four QSTI (Qualified Stack Test Individual) exams. Passing these exams proves Jake’s dedication to quality stack testing services. The QSTI exams test an individual’s knowledge regarding the various EPA mandated testing
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Certifications: Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Parts 46 and 48 certification Lynn joined Bison Engineering in March of 2019. She works with the source testing group based out of Helena. Lynn has a Bachelor of Arts degree in zoology from the University of Montana. Her primary responsibilities at Bison include data processing, analysis and quality assurance, and report writing. Lynn has over 12 years of experience in air quality monitoring and consulting. Before joining Bison, Lynn worked primarily with ambient air monitoring contracts. She has extensive experience in data analysis and quality assurance; report writing;
Certifications: Source Evaluation Society (SES) member MSHA certified with Emergency Response and First Aid (CPR/AED) training Jacob joined Bison in October 2018 to work on the emissions testing group in Helena. Having graduated from Montana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering just prior to starting at Bison Engineering, his only experience is in industrial source emissions testing. With his degree in Chemical Engineering he has working knowledge of many common industry practices including but not limited to boilers, distillation columns, digesters, and separation units. Jacob looks forward to improving his expertise of
Certifications: Mining Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), 10 hour Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), Visible Emissions Evaluator for Method 9. Angel joined Bison in 2019 as a Staff Scientist with the Tucson Field Source Testing group. He has a B.S. in Environmental Science with an emphasis in Biology from the University of Arizona. As a member of the Source Testing group, Angel conducts air emissions testing in accordance with EPA methods for both engineering and compliance purposes for a variety of clients. Angel also conducts maintenance/calibration operations on scientific equipment used in the field, sample/glassware
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Erica joined Bison in 2014. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering, a minor in Biochemistry, and a Master of Science in Soils from Montana State University, and a Master of Arts in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Montana. She is a registered Professional Engineer in Montana and Washington. As a project engineer, Erica works with clients in preparing pre-construction permit applications and modifications, annual emission inventories, compliance audits and certification reports, control technology analyses, operation and maintenance plans, Title V and PSD permit applications, air dispersion modeling, and compliance databases. She would
Brian joined Bison in 2013. He works in the Permitting group and frequently assists with source testing projects. He graduated from Carroll College with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Civil Engineering with an environmental emphasis. Brian has provided air permitting and regulatory compliance assistance to clients from a variety of industries including: limestone, hard rock, and coal mining/processing; timber and wood products; biofuel production and biorefineries; baseline and peaking electrical generation with coal and natural gas, cement production; grain malting; and food production. Brian has specialized in dispersion modeling analyses and supports spatial analyses using Geographic Information
Mike joined Bison in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree in General Engineering from Montana Tech of the University of Montana. During the past four years at Bison, Mike has spent most of his time assisting clients in preparing pre-construction permit applications and modifications, annual emission inventories, control technology analyses, operation and maintenance plans, Title V and PSD permit applications, air dispersion modeling, and compliance databases. He works with clients in managing air quality projects for thousands of wellsites and upstream oil and gas facilities throughout MT, ND, WY, and UT. Mike also assists clients with
Certifications: 40 Hr. Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Outdoor Emergency Care Technician Mining Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) QSTI exams Groups I, II, II and IV Bo joined Bison in 2017. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Chemistry from Beloit College, Wisconsin. As a staff environmental scientist, Bo works with clients in preparing pre-construction permit applications and modifications, annual emission inventories, compliance audits and certification reports, control technology analyses, operation and maintenance plans, Title V and PSD permit applications, air dispersion modeling, and compliance databases. He also works with the Source Testing
Certifications: SWPPP administrator Master Gardener Emergency Response First Aid (CPR/AED) Jennifer joined Bison in October 2018 in the consulting services group in Helena. She has more than eight years of regulatory compliance experience with focuses in permitting, compliance, oil and gas inspection, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document preparation, Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans, and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (Phase I ESA). She has worked alongside numerous tribal, federal, state, county and local agencies in the Midwest. Jennifer brings a broad expanse of experience to Bison with her previous work relating to oil