Environmental Engineering and Sciences
CEC Bridgeport is pleased to welcome Eddie Carder to the firm. Eddie brings 23 years of environmental, permitting, regulatory compliance, and project management experience to our Bridgeport office, where he is a Project Manager in our Environmental Engineering and Sciences practice. Eddie has expertise in managing the various aspects of permitting and compliance activities in the oil & gas, construction, and utility industries. He has managed the permitting activities of numerous projects including well pads, well roads, pipelines, and impoundments.
Eddie is skilled in horizontal well permitting, above ground storage tanks, spill prevention control and countermeasure (SPCC) plans, groundwater protection plans (GPP), OSHA, and other regulatory requirements to successfully permit and operate natural gas facilities. He also has experience in asbestos, lead-based paint, indoor air quality, Phase I site assessments, soil and groundwater sampling, and waste profiling. Eddie also has extensive experience coordinating with consultants, engineers, contractors, regulators, local governments, landowners, and the public.
A native of Glenville, West Virginia, who has spent his whole career in the Mountain State, Eddie is a member of the Gas and Oil Association of WV. He earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and associate degree in environmental technology from Glenville State College.
About CEC Bridgeport
CEC Bridgeport is focused on expanding CEC’s presence in West Virginia. Since opening in 2012 with two employees, we’ve been the fastest-growing West Virginia consulting firm. We now have over 100 employees to meet the needs of our clients, and we’ve done this by hiring the best talent and most driven professionals with proven track records in their industries. Our services have grown to include civil engineering, construction inspection, ecological sciences, environmental engineering and sciences, geotechnical engineering, landscape architecture, road/bridge design, stream restoration, survey and LiDAR mapping, and water resources.
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