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For more than a decade, Mike Stermitz has served as an environmental scientist and inspector in both the government and private sectors. He entered the field following receipt of his associate of applied science in environmental technology, having previously received a bachelor of science in wildlife biology at th… Read More
For more than a decade, Mike Stermitz has served as an environmental scientist and inspector in both the government and private sectors. He entered the field following receipt of his associate of applied science in environmental technology, having previously received a bachelor of science in wildlife biology at the University of Montana. Between the two degree programs, Mike Stermitz worked within the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, initially as a fisheries technician and later as a game warden.

After receiving his environmental technology degree, Mike Stermitz served in the role of environmental inspector for both Louis Berger and High Plains Environmental Field Services. He thoroughly evaluated potential contamination sources and reported any code violations, while also making recommendations for violation correction and developing pollution prevention strategies.

Mike Stermitz then accepted a position as environmental sciences for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Pablo, Montana, where he developed and implemented research strategies to uncover and address possible pollutants. He soon turned his focus to waterway pollution as a water quality specialist for the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, in which position he evaluated waterways for potential inclusion in the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Section 404 impaired waterbody roster.

Also formerly a part of SWCA Environmental Consultants, Mike Stermitz now draws on this diverse experience base as an on-call environmental inspector and construction manager. In this role, he served as lead environmental inspector on the Andarko company's installation of a 10-mile long 22-inch natural gas pipeline. Read Less
  • Construction Manager
    ARCADIS — MT, USA
  • Environmental Specialist
    SWCA — Bismarck, ND, USA
  • Montana Department Of Environmental Quality
    Water Quality Specialist
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