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Julie Hayes Professional Geologist and the Director of Business Operations
Nick Loizeaux Professional Geologist

Julie Hayes

Julie Hayes is a California, Washington, and Oregon Professional Geologist and the Director of Business Operations at Path Forward. She received her Bachelor and Master of Science in Geology from Stanford University and has worked in the environmental industry for over 30 years. Ms. Hayes is experienced in subsurface soil and groundwater site assessments, third-party review, cost allocation studies, and environmental due diligence. She is an efficient environmental engineering manager of large projects and excels at tracking budgets and timelines, so all tasks are completed within project specifications.

Nick Loizeaux

Nick Loizeaux is a California and Washington Professional Geologist with over 25 years of experience as a technical consultant in the fields of geology, hydrogeology, and contaminated site investigation and remediation. Most of this work has been conducted in the context of Superfund, due diligence compliance, litigation, or brownfields redevelopment. Mr. Loizeaux has designed and implemented numerous site investigations, which have included hundreds of soil borings, monitoring well installations, monitoring well decommissioning, subsurface geophysical investigations, aquifer tests, and soil, ground water, and soil gas sampling efforts. He has brought a number of underground and above-ground storage tank (UST/AST) cases and contaminated sites to closure, and has conducted numerous due diligence audits of manufacturing, agricultural, and commercial properties.

David Teter is a professional engineer specializing in vapor intrusion mitigation systems.

David Teter

Dr. Teter is a California-registered Professional Engineer with over 25 years’ experience in environmental consulting. He specializes in the redevelopment of Brownfields and is experienced with performing environmental due diligence, environmental investigations in support of remedial activities, and the design and operation of soil vapor extraction (SVE) and vapor intrusion mitigation systems (VIMS). He is also experienced with the development and implementation of naturally occurring asbestos (NOA) dust management plans (ADMPs) and the removal of PCBs during demolition activities. He is effective at providing actionable litigation including deposition and trial testimony for compliance with the National Contingency Plan (NCP), the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), and the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).