Areas of Expertise: Subject matter research, GIS, asbestos, drinking water systems and the Safe Drinking Water Act, database management, task automation, data management, analysis and visualization.
Education/Certifications: Chemical Engineering, Colorado State University.
Andy serves in a consulting research role, providing technical support, project management assistance, and construction oversight on a variety of EHS and engineering projects. He brings a strong engineering background, a keen regulatory sense, and a willingness to take on technical challenges to every client project.
Through his education, background, and work at Kestrel, Andy has become an expert in GIS, asbestos, and the Safe Drinking Water Act. Specific project work he has been involved with includes data management; internal process optimization; cost estimating; statistical modeling; and reviews of processes, environmental impacts, and regulatory requirements. He plays a pivotal role on projects when it comes to subject matter research and interpretation, data management, and project reporting.
Andy also has working knowledge of various programming languages, which he leverages to focus on task automation, data analysis and visualization. He works with Kestrel’s Technology-Enabled Business Solutions team to translate traditional processes into a wide range of expandable IT solutions that improve clients’ performance and reliability.