GILBERT, ARIZONA – Earthworks Environmental, LLC has expanded its Arizona operation with the hiring of as a compliance manager.
Prior to joining Earthworks Environmental, Gordon worked for 10 years in the primary fields of environmental due diligence and contaminated site management for both regional and multi-national environmental consulting firms.
Most recently he was the transaction services lead for the Cleveland, Ohio, office of Environmental Resources Management (ERM), a global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, social consulting services, and sustainability related services.
“By offering land acquisition due diligence services, combined with our existing construction storm water and dust permitting compliance services, we can provide seamless service from land acquisition through final site stabilization,” said Cherie Koester, Principal/Founder of Earthworks Environmental. “Aaron is a great asset to our team.”
Gordon has completed hundreds of environmental due diligence projects including transaction screens, lease exits assessments, desktop-based assessments of sites both domestically and abroad, and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. His project experience has included agricultural properties, vacant and occupied residential and commercial properties, and active and closed industrial facilities primarily focused on manufacturing operations.
Working with diverse due diligence project teams in North America, Europe, and Asia, Gordon has worked under strict confidentiality and expedited timeframes. In addition, his experience with Phase II Investigations and contaminated site management allows him to recognize potential contaminants. This assists clients in making informed decisions on potential cleanup options and liability concerns.
Gordon is a graduate of Johnson State College in Johnson, Vermont, with a degree in natural resource management. He is a U.S. Army veteran. He served as a combat engineer, training sergeant and paratrooper. He was deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan).
To learn more about Earthworks Environmental, visit earthworksenv.com.