Urban Green Environmental, LLC provides environmental consulting services in Baltimore and throughout Maryland. Our services range from the initial due diligence and site characterization services to underground storage tank removal and assessment, environmental construction monitoring, and development of response and corrective action plans.
Established in March of 2007 by Denise A. Sullivan, P.E., Urban Green is a registered Women Business Enterprise/Minority Business Enterprise (Environmental WBE/MBE). Ms. Sullivan is a registered environmental engineer with 22 years’ experience in environmental site assessment, hazardous waste investigations and remediation. Urban Green personnel have extensive experience in a range of environmental consulting areas, and established relationships with regulators at local, state and federal levels.
Denise A. Sullivan, P. E.
Registered environmental engineer with 22 years’ experience in site assessment, hazardous waste investigation and remediation, and feasibility studies. Ms. Sullivan’s experience with a diverse combination of projects and clients – including developers, insurance companies, government DOT and DOD agencies, and state and local municipalities – has provided her with a thorough understanding of hazardous waste impacts on property acquisitions and site development, including property screening/characterization, liability/risk assessment, construction contractor health and safety issues, permitting requirements, materials management, regulatory interface and remediation alternatives.
Ms. Sullivan is dedicated to the growth and success of the Baltimore Civic Works B’More Green Job Training Program and for the past decade has volunteered as an instructor during training sessions, covering various topics including Phase I ESAs and Phase II ESAs.
Ms. Sullivan’s experience meets the definition of an Environmental Professional as defined in §312.10 of 40 CFR 312 for the performance of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) and as a Phase II Assessor for the performance of Phase II ESA under ASTM E1903-11.
Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, May 1994
Gary E. Suskauer
Mr. Suskauer has more than 20 years of experience in environmental consulting, environmental research, and policy analysis, and has worked with a multitude of clients ranging from private developers, financial institutions, insurance companies and municipalities and has been involved with or managed multiple projects enrolled in the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP) and Oil Control Program (OCP).
Mr. Suskauer specializes in the redevelopment of Brownfield properties and has managed many projects progress through initial assessment phase to the completion of the MDE VCP. Prior to joining Urban Green Environmental, Mr. Suskauer worked with City, State and Federal agencies to identify opportunities to promote and expand the reuse of contaminated sites and was responsible for marketing and public relations for the Brownfields Initiative. Over the past eight years, Mr. Suskauer served on the Advisory Board for Baltimore Civic Works’ B’More Green Brownfields Job Training Program. In addition, he has volunteered as an instructor during training sessions, providing an overview to the Baltimore Brownfields program and what can be expected when pursuing a career in the Brownfields industry.
Mr. Suskauer’s experience meets the definition of an Environmental Professional as defined in §312.10 of 40 CFR 312 for the performance of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and as a Phase II Assessor as defined in ASTM 1903-11 for the performance of Phase II Environmental Site Assessments.
Duke University, Durham, NC,Master of Environmental Management, May 1996, Concentration in Natural Resources Economics and Policy
Colgate University, Hamilton, New York, Bachelor of Arts in Geography, May 1993, Minor: Environmental Studies
Ms. Christensen has ten years’ experience in the environmental consulting field and has worked with private developers, financial institutions, insurance companies and municipalities. She has managed multiple projects enrolled in the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), Oil Control Program (OCP) and Controlled Hazardous Substance (CHS) Program. Ms. Christensen’s project experience includes the completion of Transaction Screens, Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Form 4128s for residential, commercial and industrial properties, sampling and analysis for soil, soil gas, groundwater and surface water investigations, wastewater sampling, landfill monitoring, hazardous materials removal oversight, underground storage tank investigations, monitoring well installation and well yield testing, groundwater allocation and permitting and soil percolation tests for onsite sewage disposal.
Ms. Christensen’s experience meets the definition of an Environmental Professional as defined in §312.10 of 40 CFR 312 for the performance of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. Ms. Christensen’s experience further meets the definition of a Phase II Assessor under ASTM E1903-11.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Bachelor of Science in Environment and Natural Resources, December 2005