Jeffrey Tyburski is a Principal Geologist based in North Carolina with more than 32 year of experience focused on environmental brownfields redevelopment solutions to support property due diligence and acquisition, site redevelopment design, site construction, and post-occupancy property management.
Jeff has managed the redevelopment of over 30 Brownfield sites to support urban infill initiatives for developers and municipalities. He helps clients identify and cost-effectively manage environmental issues that impact the redevelopment potential of their sites in accordance with applicable regulatory requirements. This includes the performance of Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments to support development of regulatory strategies, opinions of cost, lender/investor risk management, environmental insurance purchases, and other associated due diligence support services for property acquisition.
He also helps clients integrate environmental planning early into the site redevelopment design process to identify and effectively manage environmental risks to recognize project cost savings. He develops focused environmental management plans (EMPs) for regulatory approval to cost-effectively manage soil and water generated during site construction. He also brings extensive environmental construction management experience with the implementation of EMPs and remedial plans, which provides the ability to rapidly adjust plans and obtain regulatory approvals to meet project needs. He has also managed the design, installation and performance testing of more than 20 vapor intrusion mitigation systems, performed numerous in situ chemical oxidation remedies for soil and water projects, and designed and operated construction dewatering treatment systems.
Over Jeff's career, he has also managed multi-million dollar contracts for the assessment and cleanup of petroleum-contaminated sites at United States Navy bases, asbestos and lead-based paint inspections at the Unites States Naval Academy, AHERA asbestos inspections and abatement for three Maryland school counties, investigative and remedial administrative orders under CERCLA, a multi-million dollar contract for assessment of sites under North Carolina's Superfund Program, Phase II assessments at the U.S. Naval Research Lab, and Phase I Environmental Assessments for site selection for a U.S. Secret Service facility.