Triterra is pleased to welcome Craig S. Mulica to our team of professionals. Located in Rockford Michigan, Craig will be establishing western Michigan operations for Triterra as a regional Director to better serve the west side of the state and beyond. Craig acquired a Bachelor of Science, Geology, Environmental Geology Concentration from the Colorado State University; Fort Collins, CO. Craig has over twenty years of core environmental regulatory compliance experience and has worked in every aspect of the environmental consulting business from environmental due diligence to soil, groundwater, and air compliance to subsurface remedial system design and operations oversight. Craig enjoys managing and mentoring a strong internal team with a focus on building positive and long-term client relationships. In his free time, he loves to kayak and get outside as much as he can. He enjoys spending time with his family and exploring everything that Michigan has to offer.

 

Mason Joins Triterra

Naomi Mason joins Triterra as an Environmental Scientist. Naomi holds a Bachelor of Environmental Science degree from Alma College (Alma, Michigan). Her work focuses on Environmental Due Diligence Services. She also supports Triterra’s Remediation Group. Naomi conducts Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and Phase II ESA subsurface investigations. She helps clients understand the environmental risks associated with properties and is familiar with regulatory requirements and considerations necessary for environmental due diligence projects. Her responsibilities include historical research, site investigation, data interpretations, coordinating field work and preparing technical reports.

 

Preuss Joins Triterra

Caitlin Preuss joins Triterra as an Environmental Scientist. Caitlin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies and Sustainability from Michigan State University (East Lansing, Michigan). Caitlin’s work at Triterra focuses on environmental due diligence. She performs Records Search with Risk Assessments and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. Her responsibilities include historical research, site investigation, data interpretations, coordinating field work and preparing technical reports.