An Experienced Team of Industry Thought Leaders

TRS fields a deep bench of skilled management-level positions with expertise in all aspects of ERH and conductive remediation. Our competitive advantage is grounded on extensive field experience integrating ERH with other technologies such as multi-phase extraction (MPE), bioremediation, and chemical oxidation. We bring state-of-the-art engineering, time-tested case studies, and unparalleled professional project oversight to the table.

The TRS Executive and Senior Management Team Includes:

Brett Trowbridge

Gregory Beyke, P.E.
Vice President, Technology Development

David Fleming
Vice President, Marketing & Sales

Daniel Oberle, P.E., JD
Vice President, Engineering

Tim Warner
Vice President, Operations & Co-Managing Director TRS Europe

Tom Powell
Technology Group Leader

Chris Blundy
Senior Project Manager

Drew Small
Senior Project Manager

Lynette Stauch, P.E.
Senior Project Manager

Chris Thomas
Senior Project Manager

Eric Maki, P.E.
Principal Engineer

Chad Crownover
Lead Engineer

Michelle Nanista
Lead Engineer

Doug Seiler
Senior Engineer

Dave Milan
Senior Programming Engineer

Dale Plampin

Tracy Barton

Personnel Profiles

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Chris Thomas
Senior Project Manager

Mr. Thomas has over 17 years of experience in the environmental remediation industry. He has been working exclusively with the ERH technology for over 12 years, since it was first applied commercially in 1996. During that time, Mr. Thomas has been directly involved with more than 20 ERH projects at sites located throughout the U.S. Mr. Thomas’ direct ERH expertise includes all aspects of electrode design and field configuration, the control and distribution of electrical energy, system instrumentation, remote system monitoring and operations, and system sampling. Mr. Thomas’ field experience covers the installation, operation, and maintenance of ERH systems for small and large sites in lithologies ranging from vadose zone to deep aquifers and from gravel to dense clay.