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Micro Air, Inc. 6320 La Pas Trail Indianapolis, IN 46268 T: 317-293-1533 F: 317-290-3566 Toll Free: 800-486-1533 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tim is the President of Micro Air, Inc. In addition to overseeing overall corporate activities, he has directly managed hundreds of indoor air quality projects throughout the United States, including residential and commercial office buildings, hotels, health care facilities, educational institutions, and manufacturing and industrial properties. He has also worked on asbestos projects as a supervisor, inspector, and designer in Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. Tim is also licensed as a Mold Assessment Consultant in the State of Texas.
Asbestos & Lead Management
Tony is the Asbestos and Lead Division Manager and is responsible for coordinating all asbestos and lead-based paint inspections and Phase 1 environmental site assessments. He is also the primary hazardous waste contact for Micro Air, Inc. He is currently certified as a Senior Level, Certified Hazardous Materials Manager by the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management. Tony has over 18 years of practical experience in the environmental consulting field.
Don is an Assistant Project Manager at Micro Air. He was initially trained as an analyst for identification of air samples by PCM (phase contrast microscopy) enabling him to perform air monitoring and analysis at the job site. This resulted in a more rapid and current indication of the on-going projects. Don is currently certified as an asbestos building inspector in Indiana and Michigan and has completed over a million square feet of building surveys. Don is also in charge of Micro Air's CAD department with over 20 years experience in drafting. His detailed CAD drawings are used as bid documents for restoration contractors.
Tim is Micro Air, Inc.’s Operations Manager. He has directed and managed over 300 indoor air quality investigations including mold assessments in facilities ranging from a few thousand square feet to over one million square feet. He holds a Certificate in Hazardous Materials Management from the Masters Program at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. In 1990, Tim obtained certification from the State of Indiana to perform asbestos surveys in public buildings. He went on to became one of the first individuals in Indiana to receive the Radon Proficiency Analytical Certification in 1994. In addition to his asbestos and radon functions within the organization, Tim became certified by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, one of the first states to have a certification program, to conduct lead-based paint surveys in residential buildings. Previously, he was Micro Air, Inc.’s Lead Division Manager and conducted Phase I Environmental Assessments for property transfers. He has given numerous presentations and demonstrations regarding lead-based paint.
James is a certified industrial hygienist and professional engineer at Micro Air, Inc. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from LeHigh University. He has conducted hundreds of indoor air quality investigations for insurance companies, attorneys and building owners often regarding alleged building contamination from molds (fungi), bacteria (e.g., sewage spills, bird droppings), soot and fire damage residues, fuel oil spills, odor control chemicals, and others. He has prepared detailed hazards analyses and implemented the site Safety, Health and Emergency Response Plan at a $24 million Superfund remediation site where hundreds of drums of highly hazardous chemicals had to be excavated, as well as other environmental evaluations.
Ron is the Senior Health and Safety Consultant at Micro Air. His primary client is Cummins Engine Company where he is formulating the lockout/tagout procedures for the Cummins Technical Center. Ron has over 40 years of experience in safety, environmental, and human resources management with both Cummins, Inc. and Valeo Sylvania, LLC. He has been involved with safety and environmental management at the plant level, regional level and corporate level.
April is an Industrial Hygienist at Micro Air. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth-Space Science from the University of Indianapolis. Her areas of expertise include: Indoor Air Quality Monitoring; Asbestos, Mold and Environmental Bacteria Air Sampling; Asbestos Inspections; Radon Testing; Laboratory Sales; Construction Site Safety; Noise Dosimetry and Noise Mapping; Lockout/Tagout Surveys; Confined Space Surveys; OSHA Compliance; Industrial Safety Audits; Respirator Fit Testing; Soil Sampling; Groundwater Monitoring, and other environmental sampling disciplines.
Betsie is Micro Air, Inc.’s Laboratory Manager. In addition to overseeing the asbestos and microbiology labs, she is the Technical Manager for both laboratories. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health and Environmental Science from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and is trained to analyze every type of microbial and asbestos sample that comes through our laboratory. Betsie is also a Certified Radon Measurement Provider by the State of Indiana and by the AARST National Radon Proficiency Program.
(formerly Betsie Trammell)
Barbie is the Laboratory Supervisor for Micro Air, Inc.'s microbiology and asbestos laboratories. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Concordia University in 2008. She analyzes bulk and air asbestos, pool and drinking water, viable mold and direct spore trap samples received in the laboratory.
Deanna is a Certified Radon Measurement Provider by the State of Indiana and by the AARST National Radon Proficiency Program and performs most of the field radon measurements for our laboratory. She also analyzes bulk asbestos samples received in the laboratory. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Geology from Indiana University.