Jason W. Davis, P.E. – Project Manager

Jason holds a B.S. in Natural Resources Engineering from Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina and is a Registered Professional Engineer in North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Florida and Tennessee. Jason has over 15 years of professional engineering experience with a focus in the Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) aspects of the field. Jason has been involved in nearly all aspects of the EH&S field ranging from Multimedia Compliance Audits, Environmental Site Assessments, Risk Management Planning and Process Safety Management, Air and Wastewater Pollution Control Design and Construction Permitting, to Health and Safety investigations, compliance plans, and employee training. Jason’s expertise includes Air Compliance Initiatives, Hazardous Waste Management, Environmental Site Investigations (soil and groundwater) and strategic evaluation of EH&S regulatory considerations to afford clients maximum flexibility with limited cost and compliance burdens.


RCRA Hazardous Waste Management (GA, LA, TN)- Prepared Hazardous Waste Management Plans and Part B Hazardous Waste Operating Permits for three southeastern Naval facilities including the Naval Air Station-Atlanta, Naval Support Activity-New Orleans, and Naval Support Activity-Mid-South (Memphis, TN). Also completed two (2) base-wide Waste Stream Determination Studies for Naval Weapons Stations Charleston and Naval Hospital Jacksonville. Assisted multiple industrial clients with the preparation of Contingency Plans, Hazardous Waste Management Plans and waste stream determination sampling.

Hazardous Waste Ground Water Remediation (Various Military Installations). Project Engineer/Project Manager: Performed installation, maintenance, repair and reporting on multiple groundwater treatment systems for Naval Facilities including MCLB Albany-Albany, Georgia, and the Naval Air Station – Pensacola, Forida. His experience includes projects with multiple aquifers and tidal influences. Mr. Davis is experienced in all aspects of groundwater management activities for RCRA and Non-RCRA sites. Mr. Davis has been the project manager or lead engineer on remediation systems involving pump and treat systems with granulated carbon and air stripping, and has been active on systems involving air sparging and soil venting, as well as monitored natural attenuation aided by Fenton’s Reagent.

Biomass Combustion Power Plant (South Carolina). Project Engineer/Project Manager: Assisted facility developers with conceptual design, preliminary engineering and all air quality permitting requirements for a 35 MW wood fired power generating facility. The facility has been proposed with state of the art air pollution controls to mitigate environmental impact and maintain “Minor Source” permit status.

UST/LUST Contamination Investigations (Various Commercial/Industrial Sites) Engineer/Project Manager: Responsible for various petroleum contamination investigations as a result of Leaking Underground Storage Tanks (LUST) sites and active facility operations. Duties have included UST investigation, removal and disposal, soil and groundwater sampling, contamination plume monitoring and modeling, and contaminated soil excavation, treatment and disposal. On-site coordinator for several large excavation projects overseeing contaminated soil removal for industrial sites, as well as a SC-DOT right- of-way projects.

Air Permitting and Compliance (Various Industrial Facilities) Project Engineer/Project Manager: Extensive experience in preparing industrial air permit applications including Title V, Conditional Major/Synthetic Minor, Prevention of Significant Deterioration and state construction permits. Performs complex Emissions Modeling including SCREEN3 and AERMOD.


  • B.S., Natural Resources Engineering, Clemson University, 1996
  • Registered Professional Engineer – South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Texas