||J. Clark Hearn
Director of Company Operations
B.A. History, University of Texas at Arlington
- Environmental Effects of Electromagnetic Waves
- Environmental Enforcement Policies of the E.P.A. - American Association for the
Advancement of Science, 1992
- Environmental Law Seminar - CLE; Washington, D.C., 1990
- Hazardous Waste in Real Estate Transactions - CLE; Denver, CO, 1989
- Subsurface Geological & Hydrogeological Concepts for the Petroleum Explorationist -
Government Institute, Inc., 1983
- Member: American Society for Testing and Materials
- Member: Life Member of National Registry of Who's Who - 1997
- Member: Nature Conservatory
- Member: Colorado Hazardous Waste Management Society
- Member: REO Managers Association of Colorado
- Member: Second Air Division Association - Eighth Air Force
History/Pre-Law Program, University of Texas at Austin
Mr. Hearn has extensive experience in the interface of technical environmental
considerations to the practical and pragmatic business considerations of those
persons involved in real estate transactions. Mr. Hearn's experience in the
coordination of these technical and practical efforts on over 5,000 sites of
all types gives him a businessman's understanding of the objectives of each
individual client. Mr. Hearn also has the established ability to integrate
the particular requirements of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, HUD, or ASTM into
those client objectives whenever necessary.
Mr. Hearn has been involved in due diligence research since 1978. Following
ten years of experience in acquisitions due diligence in the petroleum industry,
Mr. Hearn commenced providing environmental real estate assessments to the
business community in 1988. Since that time, Mr. Hearn has been directly
involved in the environmental real estate due diligence process on behalf of
various federal, state, and county agencies, real estate developers and brokers,
attorneys and law firms, and major banks and other national lending institutions.
Additionally, in 1990, Mr. Hearn was invited to conduct a seminar for the
examiners of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Mr. Hearn's previous training and experience in petroleum subsurface geology
and hydrology concepts also provides an excellent base of experience in
environmental concerns regarding subsurface environmental contamination and
Clients with whom Mr. Hearn has worked over the years have included the
U.S. State Department, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development,
Coopers & Lybrand, Wells Fargo Credit Corporation, Lomas Financial Group, and
other major national and regional concerns.
Mr. Hearn's outside interests include hiking, cycling, golf, flying and vintage
aviation. Mr. Hearn is also an active participant in a number of various
historic organizations including the World War II Era Preservation Society,
Colonial Williamsburg, and the Museum of the Confederacy.
||Senior Project Manager
M.S.T. Biological Sciences - University of Montana
- MDSL Division Administrators Award for Outstanding Performance
- MDSL Certificate of Achievement
- International Science Fair Teacher Commendation Award
- Phi Sigma Biological Honorary Society
- National Science Foundation Grant Recipient
- Strategic Environmental Management Systems (NWMA)
- Hazardous Materials and Emergency Spill Control (DOT)
- Toxics Chemicals in the Environment (SCE)
- Pesticides and Public Health (CDC)
- 40-Hour Health and Safety Training, 8 Hour Supervisor Training, CPR
B.S. Zoology - University of Montana
1997- Present Environmental Assessment & Remediation Corp. Redmond, WA
Senior Project Manager
Provide real estate Phase I environmental assessment, and environmental permitting
and compliance services to clients, including mortgage lenders. Conducting Phase I
environmental assessments on commercial real estate properties in the Puget Sound area.
1995-1997 Hart Crowser, Inc. Seattle, WA
Regulatory Compliance Associate
Conducted extensive environmental due diligence evaluations, facility audits,
regulatory analyses, and environmental permitting reviews relating to mining and
mineral processing for banking institutions, industry, and government clients in
the United States and abroad (Mexico and South America).
1990-1995 PRC Environmental Management, Inc. Seattle, WA
Evaluated major facility operations, hazardous waste cleanup projects, and abandoned
industrial sites for compliance with RCRA, CERCLA, and relevant federal, state, and
local environmental laws, regulations, and guidelines. Provided NEPA/SEPA and
environmental planning expertise to federal, state, and local governments, private
industry, and governments abroad (Philippines and Indonesia).
Montana Department of State Lands Helena, MT
Chief, Hard Rock Mining Bureau
Directed statewide permitting, licensing, and enforcement of hard rock mining and
mineral exploration projects. Improved, directed, and oversaw all procedures for
permitting and licensing; inspection and enforcement; reclamation bonding;
environmental policy act determinations.
1981-1987 Montana Department of State Lands Helena, MT
Chief, Environmental Analysis Bureau
Directed the environmental impact statement program for major new hard rock and coal
mine projects and expansions. Streamlined the rigorous process of independent
environmental analyses and shortened permitting timeframes with new procedures.
Coordinated federal, state, and local agency participation and negotiated competing
interests of industry and special interest groups.
1978-1981 Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Helena, MT
Environmental Specialist, Water Quality Bureau
Prepared the statewide non-point source pollution control program plan, and developed
and administered a grants program to fund priority local non-point source pollution
control projects in agriculture, construction, urban development, forestry, and mining.
Evaluated performance of grants, and cooperating federal, state, and local agency's
implementation plan efforts.
1976-1978 Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Helena MT
Information Officer, Water Quality Bureau
Established public support for the statewide non-point source pollution control program.
Organized and presented public meetings and workshops and prepared multimedia materials.
1971-1976 Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Helena, MT
Promoted awareness of the environmental, health and safety risks associated with
commercial and home use of pesticides. Investigated the effects of pesticide use and
misuse on public health and the environment in Montana, and established special health,
safety, and environmental services to reduce exposure to pesticides in the work place
and potential for environmental contamination.
1967-1970 Missoula and Darby High School Districts, Montana
Biology and Earth Sciences Instructor
Instructed Biology, Advanced Biology, Earth Science, and Geophysical science. Promoted
student participation in science fair projects, and sponsored a high performing student
at the International Science Fair (First Finalist) in Baltimore, Maryland.