McNeely, Robert, CIH

Emergency Response Program Manager

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EDUCATION

University of California, Davis, B.S. in Microbiology, 2001
Areas of Concentration: Microbial Genetics

CERTIFICATIONS AND REGISTRATIONS

  • Nevada Asbestos Consultant – IJPM 1268
  • Florida Mold Assessor – MRSA 2446
  • Texas Mold Assessment Consultant – MAC1379
  • Council – certified Indoor Environmental Consultant (CIEC) – 1601019
  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) – CP 11246

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Robert has more than 15 years of professional experience in the industrial hygiene community.  Robert regularly interfaces with project managers, field technicians and administrative staff regarding project assignments, project progress and overall customer satisfaction, while managing a variety large-scale, high profile project types.  He has progressive experience as a Branch Manager and Senior Project Manager with a proven ability to manage multiple large scale and high profile clientele.  Mr. McNeely is proficient in managing simultaneous projects while working independently and consistently meeting deadlines.

Robert has served as a project manager for over 500 projects. These projects were performed for many industries including hospitality, healthcare, schools, commercial real estate and manufacturing facilities. His work includes a wide variety of environmental, health and safety topics including:

  • Hospitality water quality expert
  • Hazardous material identification, design and remediation (asbestos, mold, PCBs, etc.)
  • Construction management
  • Compliance audits
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Emergency preparedness/contingency planning
  • Exposure assessment
  • Risk assessment
  • Employee asbestos operations and maintenance training
  • Health & safety program development and implementation
  • Water management plan development and implementation (i.e. Legionella)

Robert has extensive experience with emergency response projects. Robert responded to the mold and moisture damage after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastated the states of Mississippi and Louisiana.  He was responsible for all FACS field operations and oversaw the remediation of four major casino properties that were badly damaged by the water intrusion and related storm debris. He worked at those locations for over nine months until the projects were completed and returned to the general contractor and owner.

Robert also managed emergency response projects at six sites in four different states that were impacted by the Floods of 2011. He managed the onsite staff in the role of owner’s representatives pertaining to remediation actions and ensuring the insurance companies’ adjusters/auditors were aware of the response actions that were implemented to limited occupant’s exposure to agents associated with flood water.