Bunnell Lammons Engineering Expands Environmental Consulting Division

Bunnell Lammons Engineering (BLE) expands and evolves environmental consulting services to develop new areas of expertise, in pace with the growth of the Upstate. The company welcomes Nathan Daniel, an environmental professional, to provide support to the environmental engineering and compliance services division.

Daniel holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering and M.S. in Systems Engineering from Southern Methodist University, and currently has his Engineer in Training certification. With strong experience within the chemical manufacturing and industrial sector, his primary specialization involves providing streamlined solutions and continuous improvement initiatives for all aspects and impacts surrounding air, waste, and water.

Earlier this year, Anna Franklin, P.E. was added as Senior Environmental Engineer, enhancing BLE’s environmental regulatory compliance and permitting department. With more than 16 years of regulatory and environmental consulting experience, she assists industrial and municipal clients in air quality permitting and compliance.

With Nathan Daniel’s industrial experience and “hands on” manufacturing knowledge, he helps round out BLE’s environmental team, focusing even more on the client’s perspective of daily Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) challenges and compliance obligations.

“By adding Nathan Daniel to the already strong environmental compliance and regulatory department, we can provide support to clients with onsite or supplemental EH&S services where there is a gap for so many companies right now,” said Tom Lammons, CEO of BLE. “This department expansion allows us to better serve our clients, giving us the ability to work with them from start to finish on a project.”

Now more than ever, BLE’s multidisciplinary team provides seamless support for clients throughout the entire industrial development process, from site selection, design support, construction engineering, ongoing environmental permitting and compliance management of daily facility operations.

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