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Charles Phillips, P.G.
Senior Project Manager
30+ Years Experience

Mr. Phillips has 30+ years experience in the environmental consulting field, providing extensive professional experience in the investigation and remediation of various types of environmentally impacted properties.

Mr. Phillips has performed or supervised the completion of many environmental site assessments and prepared numerous remedial action plans on a variety of properties for both private and corporate clientele.

Mr. Phillips presently serves as Senior Project Manager and directs and supervises Shield’s Environmental Technical Staff. Professional duties include environmental consulting, project bidding, project planning, estimating, negotiating contracts, client financial reimbursement and direct interaction with local, state and federal environmental agency personnel.


A.A.S., 1979 – Mining Technology; Morehead State  University
A.A.S., 1980 - Soils; Morehead State University
B.S., 1981 – Mining Reclamation & Energy Studies; Morehead State University
B.S., 1984 - Geology; Morehead State University

Geology Graduate Courses / Program Incomplete; Morehead State University


Kentucky Registered Professional Geologist #255
Indiana Registered Professional Geologist # 1533
Tennessee Registered Professional Geologist # 104
Kentucky Certified UST Removal Contractor # LUG009109
KY PSTEAF Certified Contractor # 1079


Project-Related Experience

Experience includes the management, preparation and completion of the following: Phase I, Phase II and Phase III Environmental Property Assessments performed for various private, commercial, industrial and lending institutions; Removal and Closure of Underground Storage Tank Systems – Involving professional certified oversight and sampling provided during closure procedures, the preparation of Closure Assessment Reports, Site Checks, Site Investigations, Corrective Action Plans, State Fund Reimbursement Applications and the performance of various other requirements as mandated by Federal, State and Local Regulatory Agencies; The planning and implementation of various types of soil and groundwater remediation systems; The preparation of Commercial and Industrial Best Management Practices Plans; The preparation of Groundwater Protection Plans; The preparation of Environmental Impact Studies as they relate to private and commercial properties; Performance of site surveys utilizing Total Station and Survey Software; and various other environmentally related investigative impact determination studies.


Project Emergency Response duties include the oversight of environmental issues relative to site assessments, UST removals, site investigations, and property remediation for the following clientele: John W. Clark Oil Company, Inc.; Thoroughbred Energy, LLC; Cumberland Lake Shell, Inc.; Bulk Plants, Inc., Clarks Pump and Shops, Inc., Workman Oil and Southern Petroleum, Inc. 

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