Although Trinity has supported Alabama clients for many years with environmental permitting and compliance challenges, we recently opened an office in Birmingham, our first in the state. The office is led by Trinity veterans including Managing Consultant, Chris Pool and Senior Consultants, Jeremiah Redman and Katie Brubaker. The team is off to a quick start, assisting numerous Alabama companies with air quality compliance demonstrations using air dispersion modeling, electronic reporting requirements, and recently updated refrigeration management requirements.
Previous to opening the new office, the Birmingham team worked in Trinity's Atlanta, Georgia office supporting industrial clients throughout the Southeast with air permitting requirements for capital projects, while optimizing business flexibility and compliance obligations. The team is particularly experienced in the pulp and paper industry as well as LNG distribution and storage, asphalt and roofing products, wood products, chemicals manufacturing, petroleum refining, and other general manufacturing. Trinity also presents several professional training courses in Alabama annually on air quality and environmental regulatory requirements.
Regarding the new Birmingham location, Trinity's Southeastern Regional Manager Chuck Buttry commented, “Having served clients in Alabama for over 20 years, we are very pleased to finally have an office in Birmingham. This new office improves Alabama industry's access to Trinity's national expertise and resources. The location offers better proximity to our long-term Alabama clients, ADEM, and the numerous Alabama companies that need environmental permitting and regulatory compliance support. We're highly confident that our All-Star consulting team of Chris, Jeremiah, and Katie will do a great job meeting those needs.”