Stephen H. Slocomb, PE
Stephen Slocomb is a licensed professional chemical engineer with 20 years of experience in engineering and environmental consulting for a wide variety of industries, utilities, developers, institutions, and public agencies. He has extensive experience in the siting, licensing, and permitting of large power projects. Representative projects include the 350 MW Brockton Clean Energy Project in Brockton, MA, 110 MW Watson Station Project in Braintree, MA and the 750 MW Nickel Hill Energy Project in Dracut, MA. In the air quality engineering and consulting arena, Steve prepares and negotiates operating and pre-construction air permit applications. These efforts include air emission inventories, RACT/BACT/LAER analyses, and investigations of new air pollution control technology evaluations. For other clients, Mr. Slocomb sets up recordkeeping systems and prepares the reporting documents for agency submittals. In addition, he prepares Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans, prepares Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), performs multimedia audits, and assists with SARA and TURA reporting.
Mr. Slocomb is a Registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts.
Maureen A. Cavanaugh
Maureen Cavanaugh has more than 20 years of professional experience in state and federal environmental regulation and compliance, cultural resource management, historic preservation planning, architectural design review, and project management, including seven years with the Massachusetts Historical Commission as a Preservation Planner and Director of Architectural Review. She has served as Project Manager for over 100 multi-disciplinary projects involving environmental review, planning, and cultural resources. She is the project conservator for the Greenbush Line, on behalf of the MBTA.
David E. Hewett, LEED AP
Dave Hewett has more than 25 years of professional experience in the ﬁeld of environmental impact analysis and permitting. Mr. Hewett's work focuses primarily on permitting for large private sector development projects in Massachusetts, particularly in Boston. He helps clients to develop overall permitting strategies and leads the preparation of documentation under the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act and Article 80 of the Boston Zoning Code. Mr. Hewett also has extensive experience related to the environmental documentation and permitting for public infrastructure projects, including highways, bridges, rail, and airport projects. He has led projects for state transportation departments throughout New England and in Puerto Rico, and has particular expertise in the development of National Environmental Policy Act documentation.
Mr. Hewett is a LEED Accredited Professional.
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