Nikolas Hertrich

Project Environmental Manager


Mr. Hertrich has over three years of experience in environmental site assessments and remedial investigations. Mr. Hertrich has experience with various major oil projects (pipelines and terminals) and retail gasoline stations in MI and OH. Mr. Hertrich’s current work includes managing a large portfolio of retail sites and bulk facilities for a major oil company, addressing regulatory and technical issues related to remedial actions at LUST and voluntary Clean-up Sites. Mr. Hertrich has provided consulting services for all phases of the environmental projects. Responsibilities also include various field activities, proposal preparation, budgeting, scheduling, client communication, third party communication, and training of entry level personnel.

Project Specific Experience

Major Petroleum Retailers –Michigan Project Manager for activities at multiple LUST sites. Project tasks include coordination of field activities, regulatory correspondence, report and budget preparation and review, Tier 1 & 2 RBCA evaluations; conducted environmental site assessments, permitting, feasibility analysis, cost estimates and development and implementation of corrective action plans for remediation of soil and groundwater. Managed a team that included project professionals, staff professionals, and field technicians.

United States Marine Corp Base, Barstow, CA Project Scientist. Assisted with the research and design of an air treatment system to reduce volatile organic compounds from paint emissions for the USMC. Project tasks included collecting air and water samples, recording and analyzing data, and making modifications/repairs to the system during the field study at the US Marine Base in Barstow California.

Specialized Training

  • OSHA Hazwoper 40-hour
  • Current OSHA 8-Hour Hazwoper Refresher
  • API WorkSafe 1646 Training
  • ASTM: Risk-Based Corrective Action Applied at Petroleum Release Sites
  • Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Remediation and
  • Redevelopment Division: Cleanup Criteria Training