Lender Services Manager, Project Manager & Environmental Scientist
Erin Pike is a scientist, Environmental Project Manager and Lender Services Manager on the St.Germain team. Since 2005, her experience includes groundwater monitoring and reporting, tank removals, soil removal supervision, installation of monitoring wells, and project management. Ms. Pike also manages Lender Services and is experienced in conducting desktop reviews, Transaction Screens, and Phase I and II environmental site assessments (ESAs) in accordance with ASTM standards at both commercial and rural, forested parcels. Prior to joining the St.Germain team, Erin worked as an Environmental Scientist with an environmental consulting firm in Portland, Maine, where she provided support on environmental investigations and petroleum remediation sites.
Bachelor of Science Degree, Environmental Studies, University of Maine, Machias, 2002
OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER
PRINCIPAL AREAS OF PRACTICE
Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments
Soil Removal Supervision
Underground Storage Tank (UST) Closures
Field Supervision of Subcontractors
Installation of Monitoring Wells
REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Stormwater Monitoring Program – Various Sites in Maine
Manage compliance with Multi-Sector General Permit Stormwater regulations at petroleum bulk plants and terminals, marinas, and waste transfer and processing facilities throughout Maine and New Hampshire. Conduct compliance evaluations and collect observation and laboratory samples in accordance with the site SWPPP.
Desktop Reviews and Environmental Site Assessments – Various Sites in Maine and New Hampshire
Search with Risk Assessments, Environmental Records Review, Transaction Screens, and conduct Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments in accordance with ASTM Standards at both commercial and rural parcels.
The Nature Conservancy – Various Sites in Maine
Conduct environmental due diligence for large forested parcels.
Long Term Groundwater Monitoring Projects throughout Maine and New Hampshire
Experienced in supervising the installation of groundwater monitoring wells and sampling groundwater in accordance with state guidelines. Proficient in interpreting long-term analytical trends in groundwater quality and compiling the data in annual reports.
Soil Removal Oversight – Throughout New England
Managed field activities during large scale soil removal projects. Responsible for monitoring soil quality and directing subcontractors involved in the excavations.
UST Removal and Closure Assessments – Throughout New England
Responsible for performing Underground Storage Tank (UST) Closure Assessments and supervising UST removals at multiple gasoline stations throughout New England.