Over the past 18 months, Trinity has opened three additional consulting offices – in Boise, ID, Boston, MA, and Jackson, MS. Each of the offices are led by veteran environmental professionals who bring decades of real-world experience in addressing industrial air quality and related environmental issues.
In Boise, David E.B. Strohm II, is leading the office. Dave brings extensive knowledge of environmental and particularly air quality regulations to client companies in Idaho and the Northwest. Prior to joining Trinity, Dave worked for the State of Utah Division of Air Quality as an Atmospheric Modeler and extensively in consulting, advising industrial facilities with respect to their air permitting and compliance issues. Throughout his career, Dave has served clients from a variety of industries including coal mining, metals mining, food products, and chemical production. He is particularly experienced with respect to construction and operating air quality permitting and compliance, ambient and meteorological monitoring, dispersion modeling, noise modeling, and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) air resource analyses.
In the Northeast, Kristine Davies leads Trinity's new office in the Boston area. Previously, Kristine worked in Trinity's St. Louis office for 9 years, including six years as office manager. She has managed wide range of projects related to regulatory applicability analysis, PSD and Title V permitting support, MACT compliance, air dispersion modeling, and Endangered Species Act (ESA) requirements. She has assisted in permitting and regulatory compliance efforts for facilities in a variety of industries including aerospace, petroleum refining, power, surface coating, chemical and coating manufacturing, and rubber products manufacturing. Prior to joining Trinity, Kristine worked for 11 years at a large aerospace manufacturing facility in both Manufacturing Engineering and Environmental Engineering.
Facilities in Mississippi are being served by a new Jackson, MS team led by Maya Rao. Maya worked at the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) for 25 years, first as a permit engineer in the Air Division, then as a supervisor for multi-media permitting in the Energy Branch, and finally as Director of the Air Division from 2006 until 2014. Previously, she worked as adjunct faculty at Tulane University and LSU. The Jackson office is supporting clients in all issues related to Air Permitting and Compliance, including applications for Air Construction Permits, TV Permits, PSD permits, modifications and dispersion modeling. Compliance related activities include assisting with emissions inventories, GHG reporting, TRI reporting, reports required by Title V permits, and compliance calendars.