Steve Gray

LPG Department Manager

Steve Gray is a senior licensed professional geologist who has worked in his respective field since 1995. He has vast experience in achieving state and federal regulatory closures on complex environmental projects in several states under various regulatory risk-based guidelines, including commercial, industrial and municipal properties. Gray is one of Indiana’s leading karst geology experts and has significant technical and business experience in complex subsurface and hydrogeological investigations, quantitative and qualitative data evaluations, and project strategy development. As the LPG Department Manager at Golars, Gray manages all leaking underground storage tank (LUST) projects in Indiana, from their inception to completion. He also develops proposals for environmental projects.

  • Bachelor of Science in Geology
    Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
  • Indiana Licensed Professional Geologist #1811
  • 40 Hour OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Certification

Robert Brennan

Senior Project Engineer

Robert Brennan’s expertise in the environmental consulting industry dates back to 1987. His experience includes over 10 years of air quality management, as well as source (stack) testing, ambient air testing, personal sampling and emissions inventories, permitting, and dispersion modeling. Brennan also specializes in odor investigations, air toxics, trial burns, Boiler and Industrial Furnace (BIF) procedures, alternative fuel and waste substitution, and continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMs). His 12-plus years of experience in leaking underground storage tank (LUST) and brownfield investigations, remediation, and project management make him an expert in remediation system designs and installations, as well as soil vapor extractions, air sparging, dual-phase vacuum extractions, biosparging, bioventing, pump and treat, oxygen-releasing compounds (ORC), hydrogen-releasing compounds (HRC), catalytic incinerators, and oil-water separators. As Golars’ Senior Project Engineer, Brennan’s experience in system operations, maintenance and troubleshooting, as well as performance monitoring and pilot studies for remediation projects, make him a valuable member of our team.

  • Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering
    Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois
  • 8-hr HAZWOPER Refresher 2013
  • Electrical Controls, Impact Training Services, 2000
  • Confined Space, Alliance Safety Management, South Bend, Indiana 2000
  • DOT HM-126 Hazardous Materials Shipping Training (49CFR), R.G. Worley and Associates, Plymouth, Michigan, 1999
  • Certified in Fall Protection, J.J. Keller Associates, 1997
  • Boiler / Industrial Furnace, Impact Training Services, 1995
  • Project Management, Geraghty and Miller, Inc. 1993
  • 40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Training (29 CFR 1910), Geraghty and Mil1er, Inc. Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 1991
  • Current on all 8-hour refresher courses
  • USEPA/APTI Courses S1: 412 Baghouses, B: Wet Scrubber, and C: Precipitator Plan Review and D: Gaseous / Particulate Control Case Studies, 1990

Russell J. Schlukebir

Senior Project Manager

Russell Schlukebir has worked as an environmental professional with several environmental consulting companies throughout the Midwest and Florida since 1997. His expertise include environmental due diligence, subsurface investigations, and implementing corrective action plans for petroleum-product-contaminated sites, industrial and manufacturing projects, buried drums, medical waste, and landfill projects. Schlukebir is also specializes in OSHA health and safety standards, quality assurance and control, compliance, and training. As Golars’ Senior Project Manager, Schlukebir oversees several projects throughout Indiana and provides senior-level reviews of reports prepared by junior-level staff.

  • Bachelors of Science in Biology (Natural Resources Management) and Earth Science, 1989 Minors in Conservation and Geography
    Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
  • Associate of Art in General Liberal Arts, 1984
    Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • OSHA 40-Hour CFR 1910.120 Training - Arcadis/Geraghty & Miller (1991)
  • OSHA 8-Hour 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(4) Training for Supervisors (July 1993)
  • OSHA 8-Hour 29 CFR 1910.120 Annual Update - SESCO (January 2013)
  • Transportation Course/DOT Shipment (July 2006)
  • National Safety Council - Defensive Driving Course (December 2007)