Who We Are

Meet our founders and business unit leaders to learn more about what makes Duncklee & Dunham exceptional in the field of environmental consulting.

Serving You in Our 25th Year

Located in the comfortable business district of Cary, North Carolina, we continue to flourish and exceed expectations in the environmental consulting industry.  Our area of service covers all of North Carolina and substantial portions of the Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic United States.

Mold and Asbestos Industrial Hygiene Services

Efforts continue at the coast due to the impact of Hurricanes Matthew and Florence. Duncklee & Dunham teams maintain a presence on the coast by helping our clients reopen schools, hotels and other commercial and municipal buildings.


Company News

A message from Dave & Tom

Tom Dunham and I want to express our most sincere thanks to our employees and clients over these past 24 years.  While we are very excited about what the future holds with SynTerra, we have reflected many times these past few weeks on those we have had the privilege to serve, the friendships we have made, and the work we have accomplished. We both look forward to the future and encourage you to stay in touch! Please visit us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. -Dave

America’s Water Infrastructure Act Compliance

Are you a municipal or community water service system serving more than 3,300 persons?  If so, requirements promulgated under America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA) apply to you.  AWIA was signed into law on October 28, 2018, and compliance with the requirements is enforced by the EPA.  AWIA requires community drinking water systems serving more than 3,300 persons to develop: A risk and resilience assessment, andAn emergency response plan. These documents shall be certified...

Using NCDEQ’s Risk Calculator Tool to help Achieve Project Objectives

Duncklee & Dunham has utilized the Risk Calculator Tool (RCT), developed by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ), for various sites in a multitude of scenarios.  We regularly attend available training sessions hosted by the NCDEQ and stay up to date on the latest updates to the RCT.  Since the RCT was made available to the public in 2015, Duncklee & Dunham has used the RCT to calculate site specific alternative remedial goals, evaluate preliminary...

NC Bar Association Offers Online Sessions for the Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section

Duncklee & Dunham is excited to participate in the on-demand services provided by the NC Bar Association.  Typically, Duncklee & Dunham attends the annual meetings of the Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section of the NCBA, but this year the live meeting planned for June in Asheville was cancelled and instead the NCBA put the following sessions on their website: Emerging Contaminants Today and Regulatory Updates – A regulatory litigation updateNorth Carolina Case Law and...

Duncklee & Dunham’s Staff Returns to Office

We are excited to be able to begin moving our staff back into our offices.  We do so using proper CDC and other protocols to protect the health of our employees, first and foremost.  From our offices, we are best able to serve our clients and help lift up all those who depend on us.  Thank you for visiting our website and we hope you and yours are moving ahead through this pandemic and that you stay healthy.  

A Brownfields Success Story

Duncklee & Dunham is excited to be working with the City of Wilson on sites the EPA has labeled as a Brownfields Success Story! Read more about our efforts here: The Ripple Effects of Brownfield Redevelopment.

America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA)

AWIA requires a community drinking water system serving more than 3,300 persons to conduct a risk and resilience assessment (RRA) and prepare an emergency response plan (ERP). AWIA was signed into law on October 28, 2018, and is overseen by the EPA. A RRA analyzes the risk of manmade malevolent and naturally occurring threats to a water treatment/distribution facility’s infrastructure and the availability and effectiveness of existing resources for response actions.An ERP describes the...

COVID-19 Update

We are sure many folks out there are trying to “carry on as normal” while doing their best to look after friends and family during these worrying times. This entry is to update folks on what changes Duncklee & Dunham has made to look after our staff and clients during this global crisis. Here at Duncklee & Dunham, the well-being and safety of our staff, our clients, and our communities continue to be our top priority. Wake County has deemed the services we provide to be essential in...

ITRC Releases Guidance on Implementing Advanced Site Characterization Tools

The Interstate Technology Regulatory Council (ITRC) is a state-led coalition of regulators, industry experts, stakeholders, academia, and federal partners that work to achieve regulatory acceptance of innovative environmental technologies and expedite quality decision making, while protecting human health and the environment.    Over the past two years, Mr. Matt Flinchum, Director of Assessment and Remediation at Duncklee & Dunham, has collaborated with other dedicated environmental...

Duncklee & Dunham Attends the NC Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Environmental Compliance Conference

Duncklee & Dunham was proud to be a Bronze Sponsor and attendee of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Environmental Compliance Conference held in Raleigh on February 5, 2020. The conference brings together the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality and the regulated community and provides the DEQ the opportunity to present the state of water, air, and waste management in NC to stakeholders. Presenters provided updates on the future of clean water supply, upcoming...


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Duncklee & Dunham, P.C.

511 Keisler Dr #102 Cary, NC 27518
Over the years, I have been tasked with hiring environmental consultants for various projects. Duncklee and Dunham continues to be at the top of our list for preferred environmental consulting contractors. I have used them for over 15 years. We can depend on working with a competent, honest and stable technical staff that is sized appropriately to allow for internal expertise without excessive overhead.” – Corporate Environmental Engineering Manager, Greensboro, NC
“My colleagues and I have worked with the principals and staff at Duncklee & Dunham on a number of brownfields and other environmental assessment and remediation projects over many years. Without exception, each of our clients that have retained Duncklee & Dunham have been extremely pleased with their services. The principals there are known for looking for innovative solutions, and for providing very cost effective services. In particular, they have extensive depth with all aspects of addressing a brownfields site, including assessment, remediation and the grant application process. You will be very pleased if you decide to retain them.” – Environmental Attorney,  Raleigh, NC
“It is my pleasure to recommend the Duncklee & Dunham team. The City has a long standing relationship with the firm and has always been pleased with their work ethic and professionalism. They are nimble and responsive to our needs and always willing to go the extra mile to ensure our satisfaction.” – Director, Planning and Development Services, Eastern NC Municipality
“We recommend the firm of Duncklee & Dunham for brownfields and environmental remediation projects. We have utilized Duncklee & Dunham since 2006 on a variety of EPA-funded brownfields projects and at one time the volume of work resulted in having a Duncklee & Dunham employee working part-time out of our office in Raleigh.” – Leading Private Equity Brownfields Redevelopment Firm, Raleigh, NC
“I have personally worked with Duncklee & Dunham on a variety of significant and complex projects to the complete satisfaction of the city. I particularly appreciate their experience and knowledge of the complexities of working with local and state regulators on any number of environmental issues and their fiscal concerns and controls over the costs of their services. I especially appreciate and value the personal involvement of the owners in my projects.” – Special Projects Director, Fayetteville, NC