Jeremy S. Kinman, LPG
Sr. Project Manager/Geologist, Investigation & Remediation Services
Jeremy Kinman has over 13 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry as a geologist. He currently serves as Senior Project Manager involved in all phases of site investigation and remediation including proposal, bid acquisition, permitting, monitoring, installation, Download vcard
Jeremy Kinman has over 13 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry as a geologist. He currently serves as Senior Project Manager involved in all phases of site investigation and remediation including proposal, bid acquisition, permitting, monitoring, installation, analysis and reporting. He is responsible for field project management of large and complex phases of field work, including environmental construction projects, such as excavation and disposal of contaminated soil, excavation and treatment, underground storage tank (UST) removal, and soil land farming construction and operation. He manages Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) projects and report results to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) including Initial Site Investigation (ISC), Further Site Investigation (FSI), Corrective Action Plan (CAP), ongoing remediation phases, and Quarterly Corrective Action Plan Reports (CAPR). Jeremy ensures projects are completed on schedule and within budget.
Jeremy is also responsible for maintaining, servicing and calibrating Wilcox’s inventory of field equipment including air monitoring, water quality monitoring, groundwater well and stream gauging, water purging and sampling, and surveying equipment. He has experience in planning and initiating remediation at petroleum and solvent sites with a variety of technical approaches including excavation and disposal, excavation combined with low-temperature thermal desorption, injection, soil land farming, and installation of many types of mechanical remediation systems (air sparge, soil vapor extraction, groundwater extraction and multi-phase extraction).
Other duties include: Analysis, validation, and reporting of laboratory data, and interpreting site-specific hydrogeologic data; assistance in managing all aspects of Phase I and Phase II site assessments/investigations; perform slug/pump tests using In-Situ Hermit 3000 and analysis of data using AQTESOLV. He is also responsible for installing over 2,000 monitoring wells, remediation wells, and soil borings in a four-state area.
Jeremy is also an experienced lead field geologist for the Indiana Mine Subsidence Program, performing over 20 subsurface subsidence investigations.