Vincent Tino, CCM
Vincent Tino has more than 25 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 allows him to analyze, create, or modify program code to easily debug problems, process large amounts of data, or calculate nonstandard results. Mr. Tino also has extensive experience in determining air quality impacts for airport projects.
Mr. Tino is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist.
Senior Preservation Planner
Mr. Melhuish has more than 20 years of professional experience in architectural conservation, historic preservation planning, cultural resource management and project management. He has extensive experience in implementing local, state, and federal environmental laws, regulations, and guidelines affecting historic resources. His prior experience includes many years with an architecture and historic preservation firm in Maine, where he led numerous historic rehabilitation projects and many historic resource surveys across New England. His work has garnered local, state, and national awards.
Dorothy Buckoski, PE, AIChE Fellow
Dorothy Buckoski (formerly Austin) has more than 30 years of experience in the environmental and project engineering field. Her work includes air quality, environmental compliance auditing and due diligence, toxic chemicals use and inventory reporting, and odor measurement and abatement. She has extensive experience in quantifying air pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions and has conducted numerous technical and economic evaluations of emissions control technologies. Ms. Buckoski also provides assistance to clients with procurement of air pollution control devices, and has led large and small permitting efforts.
Ms. Buckoski is a Registered Professional Chemical Engineer in Massachusetts, New York and New Hampshire and a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Daniel Fefer has more than 12 years of experience providing guidance on environmental regulations at all phases in the life cycle of industrial projects, from initial planning and permitting through construction, startup, decommissioning, and ongoing operation. He has primarily been assisting air quality compliance on behalf of power generation and manufacturing facilities, located throughout the country; Mr. Fefer also has regulatory expertise in a variety of other areas including stormwater discharge, SPCC planning, and chemical usage. He has regularly maintained an on-site presence at selected sites to supervise general environmental compliance, and interacts with regulatory agents on a routine basis.
Joseph Sabato is an air pollution meteorologist with 15 years of experience in environmental consulting. He has worked with a wide variety of clients including government, industrial and commercial. Mr. Sabato has experience in air quality permitting, air dispersion modeling, environmental monitoring, noise measurement, environmental reporting, hazardous waste compliance, human health risk assessments, accidental release planning, FAA Obstruction Permitting, air regulatory compliance, public health assessments and exposure assessments. He has worked on air permit applications or air compliance reviews in over 15 states, provided environmental health assessments for assessing impacts from proposed industrial projects, and has broad experience with a range of environmental programs.
Mr. Sabato is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist.
Darrell Oakley, PWS, CWS
Darrell Oakley has more than two decades of professional environmental consulting experience and has worked on a diverse array of projects including inland and offshore wind, submarine cables, LNG, natural gas pipelines, electric transmission, power plants, federal and state institutions, and roadway and rail transportation. Darrell specializes in avian and wildlife, rare species consultations, bat surveys, wetland science, and siting large onshore and offshore energy projects.
Mr. Oakley is a Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) and is a Certified Wetland Scientist (CWS) in the State of New Hampshire.
Sarah Faldetta has nearly 30 years of experience in the management and licensing of complex multidisciplinary projects, particularly in the energy sector. Over the course of her career she has successfully advanced high-profile projects through federal, state, and local regulatory processes, and has extensive experience complying with requirements under NEPA and related laws, regulations, and policies. She regularly coordinates with clients, assembles and manages external and internal teams of technical experts, coordinates with regulators and stakeholders, and oversees completion of effective environmental impact reports and permitting documents.
Ms. Faldetta is a Certified Professional Geologist.
Katie Raymond has more than 20 years of environmental consulting experience focused on greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation and sustainability. She has become an industry leader in the planning, design, construction, and operation of green buildings. Katie has extensive experience providing GHG, energy efficiency, and sustainability analyses in support of National Environmental Policy Act and Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act filings for commercial real estate, energy, and other projects. She has a successful track record of achieving client’s sustainability goals through data-driven analysis and innovative problem solving.
Jack Vaccaro has over 30 years of professional experience in wetland ecology and permitting of energy transmission and communications infrastructure projects on land and sea. He also has extensive experience with permitting associated with residential and commercial real estate development throughout southeastern Massachusetts with an emphasis on projects located along the waterfront. He routinely supports projects that involve construction in the coastal zone and the management of permitting efforts in accordance with regulations established under state and federal statutes and local bylaws.