President - P.G. and R.S.M
Mr. Duncklee is a Registered Site Manager and a licensed Professional Geologist in North Carolina and Georgia with 30 years of experience. Dave has commendable experience in the areas of chlorinated solvents, agrichemicals, underground storage tanks, inorganic waste site assessments, site closures, in-situ chemical oxidation techniques, brownfields projects, monitored natural attenuation, Phase I ESAs, soil and ground water remediation, natural attenuation/biodegradation assessment and design. Dave has accomplished numerous projects across the United States which include North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Indiana, Massachusetts, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, Utah, Nevada, including international projects in the United Kingdom and South Africa.
BS, Geology – North Carolina State University
Graduate Study, Geophysics – North Carolina State University
AAS, Business Data Processing – Wake Technical College
Vice President - P.G.
Mr. Dunham is a licensed Professional Geologist in North Carolina, Alabama, Delaware, and Kentucky with more than 25 years of geological and environmental experience in agrichemicals, UST, chlorinated solvents, PCBs, and inorganic wastes site assessments, closures, soil and ground water remediation, Phase I and II environmental site assessments, in-situ chemical oxidation remediation, and contract management for projects throughout the mid-Atlantic, mid-West and Southeastern United States and India. Tom also has three geological publications.
BS, Geology – State University of New York – Cortland
MS, Geology – University of Rhode Island
Director of Industrial Hygiene
Mr. Childress serves as the manager for Duncklee & Dunham’s Industrial Hygiene services. He is an Accredited Asbestos Supervisor certified in Project Design, Building Inspection, Air Monitoring, and Management Plan Development. Additionally he has accreditation in Lead-Based Paint Inspection and certification in Mold Inspection. He has over 25 years of experience in indoor air quality including the inspection, design and certification of industrial facilities, universities, textile plants, pharmaceutical facilities, hotels, public schools and a wide range of private sector buildings. Raymond has three industrial hygiene field technicians that work in his department.
BS, Environmental Health – East Tennessee State University
Director of Assessment and Remediation - P.G. and R.S.M.
Mr. Flinchum is the Director of Assessment & Remediation in Duncklee & Dunham’s Cary, North Carolina Office. He is a licensed Professional Geologist and a Registered Site Manager with the North Carolina Inactive Hazardous Sites Branch whose experience includes the management of sites in North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky and Maryland. He has successfully designed and implemented soil and groundwater assessments and remedial activities under various regulatory programs, including the Inactive Hazardous Site Branch (IHSB) and the Registered Environmental Consultant Program (REC). His areas of expertise include the direction of UST/AST, chlorinated solvent, heavy metal, manufactured-gas plant, and agrochemical site assessments and closures; large-scale soil excavations; pilot-study injections; a variety of forms of aquifer testing; designing and implementing groundwater-remediation systems; large-scale in-situ soil blending remedial action plans and hydrogeological investigations using various high-resolution site characterization tools.
BS, Geology – University of North Carolina at Charlotte
BS, Earth Science – University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Director of Engineering - P.E.
Mr. Rodak is a licensed Professional Engineer in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, and Georgia with over 27 years of experience in industrial air emissions control and wastewater pretreatment design, permitting, and monitoring, soil and groundwater assessment and remediation, environmental compliance planning, management and auditing, industrial, commercial and residential stormwater management design, permitting and monitoring, erosion/sediment control design, site infrastructure planning and design, oil and chemical spill/pollution prevention, indoor air quality assessment, vapor intrusion monitoring and mitigation design. Andy has managed environmental cleanup projects at sites under RCRA and CERCLA. He has also spoken at a federal military conference on pollution-prevention strategies, planned and chaired a client symposium on Vapor Intrusion, and has both presented and served as panel moderator at trade organization and state environmental conferences on stormwater management. Mr. Rodak is also a member of ITRC’s Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Training team, which is working on the creation of a new training program for regulators, consultants, and the public using ITRC’s 2007 Vapor Intrusion and subsequent 2014 Petroleum Vapor Intrusion (PVI) guidance documents. The program will focus of general overview of chlorinated and petroleum vapor intrusion and the development of checklists and fact sheets for conceptual site models, design and installation of active and passive mitigation systems, remediation and institutional controls, rapid response, communication and outreach.
BS, Civil and Environmental Engineering – Clarkson University