Elizabeth M. Hendrick, CCM
Elizabeth Hendrick has more than 20 years of experience in the analysis of air quality and meteorological data and the development and application of air quality models. She participates in air quality permitting projects and performs dispersion and deposition modeling analyses for independent power producers, utilities, incinerators, refineries, smelters, and paper mills.
Ms. Hendrick is experienced in 3-D numerical modeling and provides expert testimony on air quality modeling issues. She has developed many of the meteorological and geophysical data preprocessors for the CALMET/CALPUFF modeling system and presented several papers at national conferences.
Ms. Hendrick is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist.
Don R. Michael, PE
Don Michael has 40 years of experience providing environmental and technical consulting services to energy-related commerce and industry. Mr. Michael manages environmental analyses, site selections, permitting, engineering, testing, and operations monitoring activities for power projects. He is active in energy use and greenhouse gas emissions evaluations for large commercial, institutional real estate, and industrial development projects. He has been the Independent Engineer for financial institutions conducting due diligence reviews of more than 100 power plant development and acquisition projects both domestic and international.
Mr. Michael is a Registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts.
Vincent Tino, CCM
Vincent Tino has more than 20 years of experience in air quality modeling and permitting, meteorological modeling, model development, and data analysis. Mr. Tino performs air quality analyses for a variety of emissions sources, and for regulatory and non-regulatory applications. He prepares emissions and dispersion analyses for stationary and mobile sources, regulated and non-regulated pollutants, and public and private clients. His extensive knowledge of FORTRAN, the programming language in which most dispersion models are written, allows him to analyze, create, or modify program code to easily debug problems, process large amounts of data, or calculate nonstandard results. Mr. Tino is also a member of the Federal Aviation Administration's design review group for the Aviation Environmental Design Tool for determining air quality and noise impacts for airport projects.
Mr. Tino is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist.
Elizabeth Grob has more than 17 years of professional experience in the field of project leadership and permitting. Her project experience includes complicated waterfront development projects in Boston as well as other areas. She focuses on the preparation of environmental documentation for submittal to the Commonwealth and the City of Boston, pursuant to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act, and Article 80 of the City of Boston’s Zoning Code, and Chapter 91 licensing and technical analysis.
Robert Hellweg, Jr., PE
Robert Hellweg is an experienced noise control engineer with expertise in environmental noise control, noise measurements, product noise control, noise acceptability, noise standards and regulations, low frequency noise, and underwater sound. Mr. Hellweg performs environmental noise assessment and control for a variety of industries, including wind turbines, utilities, power plants, commercial buildings, cogeneration facilities, pipeline projects, forge plants, refineries, transportation projects, and liquefied natural gas import terminals. Mr. Hellweg is an internationally recognized expert in noise control technology with a thorough understanding of customer and regulatory requirements.
He is a leader in professional organizations and acoustic standards organizations, both national (ANSI) and international (ISO). Mr. Hellweg has taught numerous seminars and workshops on acoustics and noise control at universities, industries, and professional conferences. He is the author of more than 60 technical papers and publications covering a range of topics including industrial, product, and environmental noise control techniques; noise measurements; low frequency noise; environmental noise; and acceptability of noise.
Mr. Hellweg is INCE Board Certified in Noise Control Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Illinois.
Taya Dixon has 15 years of professional experience in cultural resource management, historic preservation planning, architectural design review, municipal, state and federal environmental regulation and compliance, Federal Rehabilitation Investment Tax Credits, State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, roadway and bridge design review, and project management, including three years of experience with the Massachusetts Historical Commission as a Preservation Planner. She assists clients in multi-disciplinary projects involving environmental review, planning, and cultural resources to meet regulatory requirements through consultation with municipal, state and federal Agencies and the preparation of environmental impact assessments and documentation, Section 106 and Section 4(f) evaluations, and memoranda of agreement.