Brian C. Berger, PE
Senior Project Engineer
Environmental Services
Brian C. Berger, PE manages investigations and assessments for a variety of environmental projects located throughout Michigan. Brian has 20 years of experience designing and managing due diligence, due care, and remedial investigations sites of all sizes. He currently manages the EPA Assessment Grant program for Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) for Montcalm County in Michigan. Brian is a Professional Engineer in Michigan and holds a BS degree in Geological Engineering.

Brian has performed and managed more than 200 Phase I and Phase II ESAs and 30 Baseline Environmental Assessments (BEAs) and Compliance Analyses. He has served as Project Engineer for remedial investigation and DNAPL removal programs at manufactured gas plant sites and has also has been involved with evaluating and maintaining remediation systems such as in-situ chemical oxidation, air sparging/soil vapor extraction, and vacuum enhanced groundwater pumping technologies at sites in central and northern Michigan. Other projects involve remedial investigations and response actions at underground storage tank (UST) sites, bulk petroleum storage facilities, and sites contaminated with PCBs. The activities associated with these projects have consisted of site evaluation, removal of underground storage tanks, soil excavation, monitoring well installation and soil/groundwater sample collection.

Brian, a member of the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers, prides himself on his ability to navigate the challenges of complex projects and has a knack for viewing those projects from a practical perspective. His daily focus is on educating his clients and providing them with good service and practical solutions.

Outside the office, Brian enjoys spending time with his family and working around his home. He also enjoys fun in the sun camping, basketball, golfing and watching football. Brian also volunteers at his parish and coaches youth soccer.

Projects

Bioremediation of Volatile Organic Compounds

Air sparging removes contamination and dramatically reduces a client’s annual operation and maintenance costs.