Project Geologist | Manager of Environmental Due Diligence Services
Ruthie Doering is a Project Geologist and Manager of Environmental Due Diligence Services for the firm. She is primarily responsible for conducting and overseeing Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA’s), Baseline Environmental Assessments (BSA’s), and Due Care Evaluations. Ruthie maintains a thorough understanding of current regulatory requirements, which allows her to effectively evaluate properties and develop appropriate and economical solutions to environmental situations that arise during the property acquisition process. Ruthie consults clients in understanding environmental risk, site-specific issues, resolutions, and due care obligations associated with purchasing and owning a contaminated property.
Ruthie has more than 5 years of experience in a wide array of environmental services that include all appropriate inquiries, Part 201 Environmental Remediation facilities, Part 213 Leaking Underground Storage Tank facilities, Brownfield projects, and hazardous materials inspections. Specific project experiences have included completing/reviewing over 200 ASTM Phase I ESA’s, completing over 60 Phase II ESAs, and completing over 40 BEA’s. Projects often involve historical research, site investigation, site characterization, response activities, data interpretations, and reporting. Ruthie also mentors staff, coordinates with subcontractors and establishes new clientele.
Ruthie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geological Sciences and English from Albion College (Albion, Michigan) and maintains a professional license as a State of Michigan Asbestos Building Inspector. She serves as a Chamber Ambassador for the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce.