Our world is data driven and it is important that, as a firm, we continue to expand our abilities to develop environmental databases and data management techniques that fit program and project statistical, modeling graphical, and decision analysis needs.
Raleign North Carolina (PRWEB) August 01, 2013
Engineering and environmental consulting firm Cardno is pleased to welcome Environmental Database Practice Lead, Chris Mickle, to the firm. In this role, Chris will refine and augment the direction, design, and implementation of data practices, procedures, and software for the newly formed Natural Resource Management & Health Sciences Division in the United States, which includes services from Cardno ENTRIX and Cardno ChemRisk, who merged with Cardno in recent years to join their global portfolio.
Chris’ extensive expertise will contribute to the expanding Economics and Decision Sciences business line that Cardno introduced in June 2013.
“By adding Chris’ expertise Cardno will continue to grow the firm’s support for clients’ environmental data management needs. Our world is data driven and it is important that, as a firm, we continue to expand our abilities to develop environmental databases and data management techniques that fit program and project statistical, modeling graphical, and decision analysis needs.” said Jim Teitt, Cardno ENTRIX Eastern Area Director and Senior Vice President.
Chris will lead the Environmental Data Management and Information Solutions practice, which offers clients a step-by–step process to organize, plan, and implement environmental data management systems across multiple market sectors. Under Chris’ leadership, the team will work collaboratively to develop project solutions using state-of-the-art sensing and monitoring, electronic field data collection technologies, and the latest programming and software development techniques for deploying data management and analysis frameworks.
Chris brings to the firm over 20 years of experience in information engineering and design, database management, and project management. He previously worked with CDM Smith, where he led the data management team in developing and implementing customized environmental data management systems. Chris has worked as a Resource Manager, responsible for managing operations in the air quality, environmental remediation, planning and sciences, and transportation market sectors across the US. Over the past 18 years, Chris has focus on managing and executing large environmental data management projects for federal, state, and industrial clients.
To learn more about how Chris can provide high-level data management support on your projects, please contact him directly at 919-999-4029 or christopher.mickle(at)cardno(dot)com.
About Cardno ENTRIX
Cardno ENTRIX joined global consulting firm Cardno in 2010 and operates within Cardno’s Natural Resource Management and Health Sciences Division. Cardno ENTRIX is a leader in environmental and natural resource management consulting and provides a broad suite of services in Water Resources Management, Natural Resources Management, Permitting and Compliance, Environmental and Natural Resource Liability Management, Economics and Decision Sciences and Health Sciences. Cardno ENTRIX helps clients navigate complex environmental, natural resource, and business challenges with teams of multi-disciplinary specialists well-versed in creative problem-solving techniques. To learn more, visit http://www.cardnoentrix.com , http://www.cardno.com .
Founded in 1945, Cardno partners with public and private clients to solve engineering, environmental and social challenges. With over 230 offices in the Americas and 300 offices worldwide, Cardno provides clients with access to over 8,000 professionals focused on delivering customized consulting solutions to plan, design, and construct social and physical infrastructure. Cardno ranks 26th on Engineering News-Record's (ENR’s) 2013 Top 500 Design Firms and is 5th on ENR’s 2012 Top Environmental Sciences Firms. Visit http://www.cardno.com to learn more.
Cardno is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange [ASX: CDD].