Jordan Bolin is a certified lead-based paint inspector and risk assessor. In his new position as project coordinator, he will be responsible for conducting surface-by-surface investigations in commercial and industrial facilities to determine a presence of lead-based materials. He will also develop assessment reports for Tioga clients and offer recommendations for abatement or removal of harmful materials. Jordan is certified to conduct lead-based paint inspections in Tennessee, Mississippi and Kentucky. He got his start in property development and project assessments from volunteering for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis during his high school years. He is a Memphis native and attended Northwest Mississippi Community College.
As a newly licensed Professional Engineer, Felipe Vazquez can independently manage and execute civil engineering designs, such as wastewater pretreatment functions at industrial facilities. He can also manage the development of environmental plans including Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure plans and other environmental preparedness documents. Felipe joined our team in 2017 to manage environmental regulatory activities for clients, such as preparing facility permit applications for air, stormwater and wastewater.
“With the new changes to our team, we’re excited to show our clients that Tioga can accomplish even more, especially as we enter 2019,” said Maggie Strom, president of Tioga. “The project sites and facilities that we address must adhere to complex guidelines and stringent requirements, thus needing high-level attention by experts. Jordan joining our team and Felipe becoming a licensed engineer will enhance our expertise and better serve our clients.”