Experienced Environmental Professionals

Scott Rifkin and Bill Montley have been working with public and private property managers, owners, developers, lenders and contractors since the early 1990’s. The majority of our work is here in Maryland, where we have developed strong relationships with local regulators and a deep understanding of local environmental requirements.

Environmental Solutions for Residential, Commercial and Industrial Property

“GSE is a trusted partner that continues to impress with each passing project. In recent years we have asked them to deliver a variety of services often under abbreviated timelines. On every occasion they have exceeded our expectations. We look forward to working Green Street Environmental on future projects in the District of Columbia and beyond.”

Jeff Garrison

Director, Affordable Housing
Security Properties

“GSE is the most responsive and professional Environmental Engineering firm I have worked with. Their attention to detail and quick turn around on reports is BEST IN CLASS.”

Craig Lewis

Vice President
DTZ

“In my 30 years of serving as Hazardous Materials Manager for the State of Maryland,  one firm and individual stand above the rest. Bill Montley and GSE always provide superb technical advice, consistently doing the job right the first time, with accurate remediation plans. Montley is a very knowledgeable hazardous materials professional who has the ability to bring highly technical reports down to a layman’s level. Many times he has met with office employees to explain reports and hazardous situations and was able to diffuse many volatile situations. He is an asset to have on your team.”

Bart Thomas

Hazardous Materials Manager
State of Maryland

GSE provides environmental information and solutions properly, quickly, and cost effectively to achieve regulatory compliance, liability protection, and safer outcomes for our clients.

Scott did his undergraduate work at Bucknell University focusing on environmental resource economics and his graduate work at Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering in environmental engineering and economics. His primary focus area is environmental due diligence and compliance related to property transactions, development, building demolition/adaptive re-use and financing. Scott is also very knowledgeable on issues related to childhood lead poisoning and has served as a lead expert. His clients include developers, lenders, public and private property owners and managers as well as contractors.

Bill received a B.S. in Architecture from The Catholic University of America and is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, Master Level and a Certified Indoor Environmentalist. Bill is considered a regional expert on issues surrounding mold evaluations and remediation. His practice focuses on industrial hygiene services for public and private property owners and managers, including mold, indoor air quality, radon, asbestos, and hazardous and regulated materials.


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