LEI is excited to announce that we have hired a new geologist to work out of our Grand Haven, Michigan office! Shelby Bush is a 2015 graduate of Central Michigan University and has a BS degree in Geology with a concentration in hydrogeology. She also has a minor in mathematics, further strengthening our team in that area. Ms. Bush has experience in the environmental consulting industry having worked at an eastern Michigan environmental services firm. Ms. Bush’s expertise includes soil and groundwater sampling, drill rig oversight, Phase I and II ESAs.
A Newaygo County gas station owner has retained LEI for remedial investigation and cleanup activities related to a leaking underground storage tank system. LEI will be tasked with initially evaluating the extent of soil and groundwater contamination followed by source removal activities.
LEI obtained the work based on our client interaction skills, regulatory knowledge, experience with similar type jobs, staff and resource capabilities, and quick turnaround of services. Activities at this facility are slated to commence in May 2013.
Lakeshore Environmental, Inc. (LEI) performed a wetland investigation of 1,850 acres of property owned by a nearby county. Activities involved a review of available state and federal information, an on-Site review of topography, vegetation and soils, and indicators of wetland hydrology. The investigation was consistent with state and federal guidelines. Based on the presence of wetland areas at several locations across the Site, LEI provided recommendations for future land-use planning.