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2000 Town Center, Suite 1900
 Southfield, Michigan 48075

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Dear Sir/Madam

We would like to introduce our business and environmental services to your
organization... Martin & Associ...
Environmental, Health & Safety
            Consultants
Martin & Associates International, Inc.


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Martin & Associates International, Inc. Provides Turnkey Business and
         Environmental Solutions to Organizations Gl...
Martin & Associates International, Inc Professional Profile
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of work product reliability. Our ability to meet proposed
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Multi-media environmental audits and due diligence
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manage and perform professional and scientific work this field
including the identification and evaluation of conditions a...
We are known for our ability to conduct the most
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ensure existing conditions at the facility are in compliance with
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Naval and Marine Corp Achievement Medal, Global War on Terror Medal and The Iraq
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Mr. Holler is a proven and innovative team player who is extremely competent,
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•    Safety Director Certification. – Graduate 6/30/2008 – Western Iowa Tech
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ASHRAE developed the HBDP program with the Illuminating Engineering Society of
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assisting in the management of asbestos, lead, radiation and chemical hygiene programs.
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  1. 1. Business and Environmental Solutions 2000 Town Center, Suite 1900 Southfield, Michigan 48075 Office: 248-351-6297 Fax: 248-351-2699 www.mainternational.org 1
  2. 2. Dear Sir/Madam We would like to introduce our business and environmental services to your organization... Martin & Associates International, Inc a Nevada Corporation based in Southfield, Michigan. We are a certified veteran owned and minority business, with a team of accomplished senior Environmental, Health and Safety professionals committed to delivering superlative work products while adhering to the highest standards of professional, business ethics and personal integrity. Our team provides clients prompt technically sound professional service with the goal of compliance with federal, state and local Environmental, Health and Safety laws and regulations. We provide service in areas of OSHA compliance, industrial hygiene, asbestos inspections, environmental compliance and total waste management programs. We provide expertise in these areas and ensure that our client receive the best consultant recommendations to maintain compliance. Our staff of qualified consultants has experience in various subject matter areas of environmental, safety and health. We will evaluate your entire facility from both a program and onsite walk around prospected. In addition, we can provide full time onsite consultant service as needed from your organization to provide specialized services regarding general industry and construction compliance. Martin & Associates International, Inc is recognized for its ability to provide exceptional work products capable of withstanding scientific and technical reviews and examination in a judicial forum. Our teams consist of highly specialized and qualified individuals, each of whom performs projects in their areas of professional expertise. Each member conducts their respective projects management, project field work and report preparation to ensure consistency and project deliverable with a goal of exceeding client expectations. Martin & Associates International, Inc would like to request you to review the accompanying information for possible inclusion as subcontractor in future potential projects or contracts. We would like the opportunity to provide our services to your organization anytime. Please feel free to contact us anytime to discuss a visit to your facility. Respectfully, Dominic L. Martin, MS, REA President/CEO 2000 Town Center, Suite 1900 Southfield, Michigan 48075 2
  3. 3. Environmental, Health & Safety Consultants Martin & Associates International, Inc. Environmental Consulting Services • Environmental Engineering o Recycling & Total Waste Management Programs o ISO 14001 Implementation o Remedial Service & Project Management o Environmental Regulatory Compliance, RCRA, SARA o Hazardous Waste Management & 40 Hour Training o Asbestos Inspections o Asbestos Training o Energy Resource Management o Wetlands Management o Federal and State Safety and Health Compliance Programs o OSHA Recordkeeping o OSHA Workarounds o Safety and Health Audits o On Site Construction Safety o Inspectors OSHA Training o Industrial Hygiene Training and Services o Radiation Safety Inspections o Chemical and Dust Air Samplings o Asbestos Air Sampling & Training o Noise Studies o Industrial Ventilation Studies o Expert Witness/Law o 3
  4. 4. Martin & Associates International, Inc. Provides Turnkey Business and Environmental Solutions to Organizations Globally. Martin & Associates International, Inc. Statement of Qualifications Martin & Associates International, Inc 2000 Town Center, Suite 1900 Southfield, MI 48076 Website: www.mainternational.org Primary Contact: Dominic L. Martin, President/CEO Primary Phone Number: 248-351-6297 Primary Fax: 248-351-2699 Primary Email: info@mainternational.org Certified Veteran Owned Business- Small Business • Administration • Self Certified Small Disadvantaged Business- Small Business Administration • Minority Owned Business- Small Business Administration Memberships and Affiliations American Society of Safety Engineers American Council of Engineering Companies of Michigan Michigan Business and Professional Association DUNS: 807171009 NAICS: 541620, 541690 SIC: 8748 Statement of Qualifications 4
  5. 5. Martin & Associates International, Inc Professional Profile 1. This document has been developed to familiarize potential Martin & Associates International clients with our values, history and experience as a world class environmental, safety and health consultant firm. Legal name, address and authorized representative: Martin & Associates International, Inc. 2000 Town Center, Suite 1900 Southfield, MI 48075 Dominic L. Martin, MS, President/CEO Mailing Address: 19785 West 12 Mile Road, Suite 671 Southfield, MI 48076 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Martin & Associates International, Inc is a veteran, minority and small business corporation with a team of qualified accomplished professionals in the environmental, safety and health field committed delivering superlative work while providing the highest standards of professional and business ethics. The corporation consistently provides it clients’ prompt technical and sound professional service through demonstrating organizational use of the work force and generally accepted accounting principles. Martin & Associates International, Inc is recognized for its ability to provide unassailable work products capable of withstanding scientific and technical review and examination in a judicial forum. The Martin team consists of highly specialized individuals, each of who performs projects in their areas of professional expertise. Every Martin Associates member is a degreed professional, including a Bachelors or Masters Degree level of education and numerous professional certifications related to professional advancement. Every team member conducts their respective project fieldwork, project management and report preparation to ensure projects meet the clients’ defined scope of work while upholding a superior level 5
  6. 6. of work product reliability. Our ability to meet proposed financial budgets within the scheduled project timeframe is demonstrated through it superior project management principles. We only propose projects within our areas of expertise. STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS Martin & Associates International, Inc is recognized for its ability to provide superlative work products capable of withstanding scientific and technical review and examination in a judicial forum. Our team consists of highly specialized professional, each of whom performs projects in these areas of professional expertise. Each member conducts their respective project fieldwork, project management and report preparation to ensure projects are consistent and the project projects will exceeds client expectations. Our client fieldwork is only entrusted to experienced senior personnel to ensure our clients receive defensible work products. Each of our members attend annual continuous education course work for professional development, an array of courses and seminars to ensure our employees are current on industry related information and developments. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES We offer a wide range of environmental services, all of which are designed to assist the client in obtaining and maintaining compliance with federal, state and local environmental rules and regulations. Our services can be utilized to respond to a client’s existing compliance issues, identifying process or procedures to improve current operating processes or to reduce future environmental liability through proactive measures. In addition, we pride our self on offering client’s innovative, sustainable and cost effective solutions to environmental issues. Examples of Environmental Services: Environmental Management: 6
  7. 7. Multi-media environmental audits and due diligence • Environmental crime unit technical support • Audit program development • Solid Waste Disposal Act Program Management (solid • waste, hazardous waste, universal waste and pollution prevention) Clean Water Act program management (storm water • and petroleum storage) Permit assistance • Regulatory communication and compliance • Environmental Management Systems Software • Expert witness • Environmental Training: Environmental Crimes • Solid, Hazardous and Universal Waste Management • Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures • Storm Water Pollution / Ground Water Pollution • Prevention Awareness Training ( Clean Air Act, RCRA, • Transformers, Lead Based Paints, Asbestos) HEALTH AND SAFETY SERVICES Industrial Hygiene is an art and science of anticipation, recognition, evaluation, control and management of occupational health hazards. An industrial hygienist, through education and training, is a professional whose duties are to advise on, administer, supervise, 7
  8. 8. manage and perform professional and scientific work this field including the identification and evaluation of conditions affecting the health and efficiency of employees or the public, the formulation and recommendation of measures to eliminate or control occupational health hazards, and promotion of occupational health programs for instructing and motivating managers and employees in the prevention as well as correction of potential health hazards. Examples of Health and Safety Services Industrial Hygiene: Air monitoring • Noise studies • Database development and management • Job Hazard Analysis • OSHA Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) audits • Expert witness • Health & Safety Training: Blood borne Pathogens • Respiratory Protection • Hearing Conservation • Slips, Trips and Falls • Lead Hazard Awareness • Welding and Grinding Safety • ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES: Multi – Media Environmental Compliance Audits • 8
  9. 9. We are known for our ability to conduct the most comprehensive multi – media compliance audits in the industry. Our team conducts in depth multi-media audits based on both environmental, health and safety protocols. Audits are designed to assess compliance with applicable federal, state and local environmental, health and safety regulations, laws, best management practices and individual company polices. Audits are designed to identify non-compliance issues or potential liabilities within a company and attempt to determine root causes of the identified issues. Audits are intended to: o Verify compliance with environmental, safety and health regulations and company policies; o Reduce the occurrence of environmental, safety and health incidents and accident; o Reduce the release of pollutants into the environment; o Reduce worker exposure to workplace contaminants or work activities; o Increase the overall awareness of environmental, safety and health concern; o Identify practices needed to achieve multi – media environmental, safety and health compliance, including best practices; o Evaluate the effectiveness of environmental, safety and health management systems in place; Development of Environmental Plans • We can provide assistance with the design, development and implementation of comprehensive plans required by various environmental regulations. Examples of the plans may include, but not limited to Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and Ground Water Protection Plans (GPP). Our team conducts a detailed review of the facility requiring a plan to 9
  10. 10. ensure existing conditions at the facility are in compliance with applicable regulations. We will draft environmental plans based on requirements as identified in applicable environmental regulations. Plans developed include required environmental documentation but not limited to require inspection templates, training documentation templates and plan review documentation. Acquisition and Maintenance Of Environmental Permits • Our team can provide facilities assistance with obtaining and maintaining environmentally related permits. Permit assistance may include a thorough evaluation of a facility for permit application, permit application, assistance with responding to permit issuing agencies and implementation of documentation which may be required for permit compliance ( e.g plan development, development of the inspection protocols, development of documented plan/permit review, etc.). HEALTH AND SAFETY SERVICES: Industrial Hygiene Monitoring Services • Our company provides a full range of industrial hygiene monitoring services for a wide variety of industries. Our team of highly qualified industrial hygienists has extensive experience in conducting both air and noise monitoring surveys. Air and noise monitoring sampling procedures are conducted in accordance with standard industry methodology (e.g. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Administration [NIOSH], Occupational Safety and Health Administration [OSHA], and American National Standards Institute [ANSI]. Surveys can be conducted as a result of the introduction of new or revised regulations, reaction to an employee complaint or as an overall evaluation of compliance with applicable health and safety regulations and directives. Consistent with industrial hygiene good management practices, we will assist the client in determining the appropriate means of reducing occupational exposures (e.g. engineering controls, administrative controls, or person protective equipment, etc.) Brief examples of air sampling campaigns 10
  11. 11. performed by Martin & Associates International, Inc include but not limited to the following: o Airborne lead exposure during  Hot work processes including welding, torch cutting, and foundry type operations Hexavalent chromium  Welding fumes  Diesel exhaust  Respirable silica  Isocyanates and solvents  Naphthalene  Asbestos Bulk and Air  Personal Protective Equipment Evaluations • Our professional staff has a significant level of experience conducting personal protective equipment evaluations. We will conduct evaluations of equipment and processes to determine required PPE for employees working in and around specific equipment and/or processes. An extensive evaluation is conducted to determine potential hazards associated with a particular piece of equipment or a particular process. If engineering controls cannot eliminate the hazard, we will determine appropriates PPE for affected personnel. The implementation of specific types of PPE, for example respirators and hearing protection, require the development of a written program for the facility. If required, our 11
  12. 12. staff will assist in the development and implementation of a written program as required by applicable regulations. Preparation Assistance For OSHA Voluntary Protection • Programs MAI can provide assistance to facilities attempting to qualify for the one the three levels of the OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP). In preparation of a formal audit, we can assist our clients with development and implementation of comprehensive safety and health management systems. MAI is also capable of conducting a pre-audit of the client’s facility using a Pre OSHA audit checklist prior to the official OSHA VPP audit. Environmental and Occupational Training Services • MAI provides a broad range of EHS compliance training. MAI designs and customized required training based on the specific needs of our client. Training is developed based on the type of training format (e.g. computer based, classroom based, etc.), target audience, required training content (e.g. advanced versus awareness level) and required length of training. Training can include compliance with applicable regulations as well as adherence to the company policies. MAI will provide associated materials (e.g. study guides, training manuals, handouts, examinations, etc,) for all courses offered. Available training courses include, but are not limited to, the following topics: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) o Clean Water Act (CWA) o Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) o Emergency Planning and Community Right To Know Act o (EPCRA) o Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) o Permit Specific / General Conditions o Solid Waste / Hazardous Waste / Universal Waste 12
  13. 13. Spill Prevention / SPCC Training o Environmental Crimes Awareness o Asbestos Awareness Training o Asbestos Inspectors Training – Soon To Come o Asbestos Supervisors Training – Soon To Come o Asbestos Worker Training – Soon To Come o Lead Awareness o Respiratory Protection Program / Fit Testing o Blood Borne Pathogen o Hearing Conservation Program o Personal Protective Equipment o Lockout / Tag Out o Confined Space o Hazard Communication o Heat Stress / Cold Stress o OSHA 10 Hour General Industry – Soon To Come o OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry o Miscellaneous Safety and Health topics (e.g. welding, o grinding, ladder safety, scaffold safety and slips, trips and falls, etc.) Environmental, Health and Safety Advisory Services MAI can provide extensive environmental advisory services pertaining to the review and interpretation of new and extensive environmental advisory services pertaining to the review and interpretation of new and existing environmental, health and safety regulations. Personnel can develop and implement strategies to meet applicable regulations. Compliance strategies may include the development of required environmental, health and safety plans, permit applications or redesign of facility processes. MAI personnel have a broad range of experience in the development of Environmental Management System (EMS) 13
  14. 14. related documentation. EMS documentation typically involves the documentation of policies and procedures enacted in order to achieve compliance with applicable environmental, safety and health regulations. MAI reviews existing processes and procedures to determine compliance with environmental, safety and health regulations and company policies. These procedures are documented in a systematic approach to support continued and future compliance. In addition, MAI identifies gaps and develops processes and procedures for the correction of identified gaps to support continual program and process improvement. Martin & Associates International personnel can provide services to design and implement audit programs. Audit programs can include internal audits, third party conducted audits and lessee and vendor audits. Audits can serve as an important diagnostic tool in evaluating a facility’s overall environmental, safety and health management system. Audit protocols promote consistency among regulated entities and ensure audits are conducted in a concise and comprehensive manner. MAI will develop an audit program based on the client’s specific needs. An internal audit program consists of development of audit protocols used internally to verify environmental, safety and health compliance. Internal audits are conducted by a facility employee with sufficient knowledge to conduct a thorough investigation utilizing a predetermined set of criteria. MAI can also develop an audit program for use by a third party. Third party audits are conducted to assist a facility in obtaining an outside perspective of their EHS compliance. Lessee audit programs are designed for those clients who lease buildings, land, or other structure to a third party. The lessee audits are used to verify environmental, safety and health compliance and minimize potential risk to the client. In addition, vendor’s audits assist with management status. MAI will also assist the client in development of a system used to identify and track corrective actions resulting from audits findings. Identifying potential EHS liabilities can reduce unnecessary expenditures and increase the perception of EHS stewardship. 14
  15. 15. Expert Witness Services Highly qualified MAI personnel with extensive EHS backgrounds are available to serve as witnesses for EHS legal proceedings. MAI can provide assistance through all phases of legal proceedings, from case evaluation to the presentation of expert testimony. MAI is qualified to provide the support and technical expertise necessary to support even the most complex EHS legal proceedings. Biography For Dominic L. Martin With over 24 years of experience in this field, Mr. Dominic Martin have performed a variety of projectsspecialties in Industrial Hygiene, Fire, Environmental, Occupational Health, and Safety; this has afforded me the opportunity to enhance my skill set overall in various aspects within my profession. Mr. Martin have coordinated and managed the above programs and implemented Industrial Hygiene Programs, In Door Air Quality Programs and Hazardous Waste Disposal Programs. Also, Mr. Martin has prepared compliance recommendations regarding these functions for all levels of management at both Northrop and Hughes Aircraft Companies and the military sector. Mr. Martin’s military background consists of serving in support of OPERATION DESERT STORM as an Industrial Hygienist at the Naval North Island facility. During that time, Mr. Martin performed over sixty industrial hygiene surveys involving industrial chemicals, total dust, noise and ventilation monitoring. Frequently, he inspected hospital facilities for safety/ JCAHO compliance. In addition, he served as an Environmental Health Officer for the 4th Marines Civil Affairs Group during OPERATION IRAQ FREEDOM in Al Arbor Providence, Iraq. During this time, Mr. Martin evaluated medical facilities and addressed public health related issues to help rebuild the intra- structure within the country of Iraq. As part of his military career, he was awarded the 15
  16. 16. Naval and Marine Corp Achievement Medal, Global War on Terror Medal and The Iraq Freedom Campaign Medal. During his employment at Onyx Waste Services, he was in charge of Ford’s Total Waste Management Program at their Dearborn Assembly facility. With this responsibility, he supervised all Industrial Services and Environmental Waste disposal programs. These programs were implemented and maintained as part of Ford’s Total Waste Management Program designed to reduce all aspects of waste and produced a surplus for the company by cost saving measures. Mr. Martin evaluated all aspects of waste including water, electricity, solid waste, hazardous waste and heavy metals. He recommended cost cutting measures including recalibrating water, electricity meters. In addition, Mr. Martin implemented recycling programs for all solid waste, hazardous waste, heavy metals and cardboards. As a result of these programs, he reduced disposal cost and producing a surplus at Ford from vendor who purchased these products At Team One Staffing, Mr. Martin evaluated hazardous waste involving commercial and government contracts for proper disposal. In addition, he was involved in the complete manifesting and documentation of these materials. Also, working for several Environmental Staffing Agencies, he received experience working as an Industrial Hygienist /Environmental Tech. His duties involved chemical and noise exposure monitoring, hazardous waste lab packing, hazardous waste manifesting and hazardous waste cleanups. Occasionally, he was assigned to perform phase one and two evaluations at various EPA superfund and remediation sites for closure purposes. In addition to his Master of Science Degree in Safety and Environmental Management from West Virginia University, he has enhanced my professional development by completing various continuing education courses at the University of Southern California, Institute of Safety Management. Mr. Martin is a Register Environmental Assessors Certification from the State Of California and a Hazwoper Certification. Biography Of Jeffrey Dee Holler, CEP, CLM Jeffrey Dee Holler, CEP, CLM is a senior level environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professional with over 20 years of progressively responsible and successful experience serving the private consulting, industrial, commercial, governmental regulatory, and educational sectors. He holds an M.S. degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in Applied Sciences from the University of North Texas, a B.S. degree in Natural Resource Development from Michigan State University, and two nationally-recognized professional certifications namely, Certified Environmental Professional (CEP) and Certified Lake Manager (CLM). He has outstanding performance and pride in accomplishment in the EHS policies and procedures, training objectives, and cost reductions have always taken place under his direction and leadership. 16
  17. 17. Mr. Holler is a proven and innovative team player who is extremely competent, dependable, diligent and independent, but also very flexible and loyal. Specific fields of expertise include: 1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) a. Clean Water Act (CWA), NPDES Permitting – Managed point and non- point source wastewater and storm water, illicit discharge detection & elimination programs, Clean Air Act (CAA), Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response And Liability Act (CERCLA), Emergency Planning and Community Right- to-Know Act (EPCRA), and Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA); 2. U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) a. Hazardous materials labeling/placards, uniform hazardous waste manifesting, etc. 3. Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA) a. 29CFR1910 – Workplace Occupational Health And Safety Standards; b. 29CFR1926 – Safety And Health Standards for Construction Industry; c. HAZCOM; d. HAZWOPER; e. PPE; f. Indoor Air Quality. 4. Regulatory compliance audits and environmental sits assessments – All appropriate Inquiries (AAI), Phase I, II, and Baseline Environmental Assessments (BEAs). Mr. Holler presently serves as Safety Director of U.S. Operations for an international non-destructive testing service; previously directed EHS programs for a major university system, managed real estate property and projects in facility planning, estimating and budgeting; conducted safety audits for federalized airport facilities throughout the Midwestern U.S.; designed and conducted water quality investigations; conducted geo- technical engineering and construction management services; coordinated hazardous materials management, disposal and spill response planning for major oil and gas pipeline companies; and managed complex civil design and construction projects. Furthermore, Mr. Holler has written and published more than 30 peer-reviewed technical papers, scientific publications, operational safety and health manuals, and authored numerous related reports and manuscripts. Biography Of Jack Benton Successful and accomplished Environmental Health, Safety, Fire Protection and Security professional with over 16 years of “hands on” experience in world-wide service, municipal government, retail and manufacturing environments. Additionally, I have experience in dramatically improving and sustaining safety performance. Demonstrated the ability to collaborate with all levels of organizations to implement safety processes and improve overall performance, providing a positive impact on the overall business success. I have had great success in the development, implementation, use and management of the following programs and others in a multi-plant / office location setting: • Accident investigation, management of workers' compensation cases and OSHA 300 logs management. • Fire, facility security, loss prevention and life safety protection systems, operations and programs. 17
  18. 18. • Safety Director Certification. – Graduate 6/30/2008 – Western Iowa Tech College • Identify, through Labor Metrics, the competencies that are required for each position at each level. Evaluate employees and design and implement the needed training programs. • Emergency management and response team development and implementation. • Facility Security Management experience along with use of CCTV, Key Card Access, Fire and Security Alarms. • Preparation of yearly budgets for departmental programs. • Safety, risk management and loss prevention audit and regulatory compliance. • Creation, instruction and administration of employee training programs such as MSDS, First Aid /AED, Forklift, DOT, lock-out – tag out, HAZCOM and others as required. • Employee safety and DOT HOS Log records retention and management. • Safety Committee creation and administration. • Noise, ergonomic and chemical exposure monitoring of employees. • Safety & security employee management/supervision. • Environmental protection, hazardous waste removal, chemical release reporting (SARA Title V Form R for Toluene diisocyanate, Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate), storm water (NPDES) and waste disposal procedures. • First aid program implementation, administration and training. • Fire protection and prevention plans review, inspections and compliance. • Familiar with the use and administration of ISO 14001, NFPA, BOCA, ICC, ACGIH, OSHA, OSHA VPP, NIOSH, HACCP, JCAHO, DOT, EPA, SARA Title III, TitleV, “DuPont Stop Program”, RCRA, State and Local Municipal Government codes, compliance inspections & audits. Biography Cliff Cooper Clifford A Cooper CIH, has earned a High-Performance Building Design Professional certification from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers. ASHRAE’s certification program identifies individuals who have demonstrated they have the necessary training and tools for the design of high-performance buildings that live up to their performance capability. “An ASHRAE certification benefits building owners, employers and individuals,” says ASHRAE President Bill Harrison. “Firms who employ ASHRAE-certified engineers are better able to promote their services, and individuals who are certified approach their design responsibilities with greater confidence. ASHRAE certification helps designers demonstrate that they have mastered a certain body of knowledge in order to stand out from their competition.” Currently ASHRAE has certified just 50 High Performance Building Design Professionals in the U.S. and Canada. 18
  19. 19. ASHRAE developed the HBDP program with the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) and the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) and with input from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and the Green Building Initiative (GBI). This certification demonstrates knowledge of sustainability concepts, HVAC and sustainable processes and environmental improvement programs and rating systems; energy analysis; indoor environment; controls and monitoring; benchmarking with performance metrics; water conservation; commissioning in sustainable construction; and operation and maintenance of high- performance buildings. Cooper is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and is a LEED Accredited Professional. Cooper Associates provides consulting for sustainable building practices through the life-cycle of development projects from the earliest stages of design, to the construction phase, to building operations and maintenance. Services include integrated design and construction team champion, building performance education for green building processes, and management for synchronizing effort in achieving intelligent, high-performance, low-impact buildings. Specific products offered by his company include LEED management, integrated building design coordination, indoor air quality and ventilation design services, sustainability design review, and environmental services. According to Mr. Cooper, his Company’s goal is to be a valuable resource to the building owner or project sponsor to ensure the building is designed, built and performs according to the design intent and best practice. You can reach Mr. Cooper through his Company’s web site at ccooperassociates.com. Biography Of Garret Salomon Garret Salomon is a health and safety associate for Martin & Associates International. As a health and safety associate, Mr. Salomon was contracted out to the industrial hygiene department of the United States Steel Corporation’s Great Lakes Works division located outside of Detroit, MI. Mr. Salomon’s responsibilities include conducting facility surveys for asbestos and lead based materials, collecting air samples thru out the plant and 19
  20. 20. assisting in the management of asbestos, lead, radiation and chemical hygiene programs. Mr. Salomon is an accredited asbestos inspector in the State of Michigan and also has completed a NIOSH 582 equivalency course. Prior to joining AM Health and Safety on May 27, 2008, Mr. Salomon spent eight years with Nova Environmental of Ann Arbor, MI. serving as an environmental consultant. During his time at Nova Environmental, Mr. Salomon conducted asbestos, lead and hazardous material surveys and hazardous material abatement project management for a variety of educational, commercial and industrial clients. Mr. Salomon graduated from the University of Michigan-Dearborn in 2002 with a degree in liberal studies with focuses in environmental science, geology and political science. 20
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  24. 24. Michigan Business Pollution Prevention Partnership FOSTERING VOLUNTARY POLLUTION PREVENTION IN THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY January 27, 2009 Mr. Dominic Martin Martin & Associates International, Inc. 2000 Town Center, Suite 1900 Southfield, Michigan 48075 Dear Mr. Martin: Welcome to the Michigan Business Pollution Prevention Partnership (MBP3)! We are pleased that you have made a commitment to undertake voluntary pollution prevention (P2). Whether you are initiating or expanding existing P2 practices, you serve as a role model for others by demonstrating the economic and environmental benefits of P2. Your decision to become a MBP3 Partner attests to a strong commitment to your business, the environment, and our natural resources. Following the end of each year (December 31), you will have until April 1st to submit an annual report, which summarizes progress toward your stated goals and also supplies the MBP3 with new goals for the coming year. A web-based annual reporting form has been developed and can be accessed on the MBP3 web site located at www.michigan.gov/deq, then Pollution Prevention and Business Partnerships. This annual report form is available in hard copy or you can also take advantage of our online reporting form that can be quickly filled out and submitted via e-mail. I am enclosing some relevant P2 materials, as well as some additional program information. If you review this material and desire more specific P2 information, please feel free to contact me via e-mail at spencejl@michigan.gov, direct phone at 517-241-5719, or I can be reached through our Environmental Assistance Center at 1-800-662-9278. I look forward to hearing about your P2 accomplishments. Sincerely, Jeff Spencer, MBP3 Program Coordinator Pollution Prevention & Compliance Assistance Section Environmental Science & Services Division spencejl@michigan.gov Enclosures MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY • ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & SERVICES DIVISION P.O. BOX 30457 • LANSING, MI 48909-7957 517-241-5719 • FAX 517-241-7966 24
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