The REMC Team

Jim profile 5e064924377f2d123f9a4cfa05484d91d0b79e71541c6b024bcfaa65b6d60d64 Jim Fricke, CEO

Senior Project Consultant


  • Associate of Science, Sheridan College, 1975
  • Bachelor of Science Colorado State University, 1983

Professional Affiliations

  • International Mine Water Association
  • American Society of Civil Engineers - Utah Section
  • National Water Well Association
  • American Soc. of Groundwater Scientists
  • Society of Environmental Geochemistry and Health - President 2000-2002
  • Utah PFC Cadre

Years of Experience

  • Total: 30 years

Over thirty years of experience in environmental remediation of mining related wastes, regulatory negotiations, bioremediation of mining wastewaters, auditing and permitting and project/resource management. Worked closely with design and implementation of biotreatment technologies. An integral part of implementing a biotreatment facility in West Fork, Missouri that was awarded Best Project in the State by the American Consultants and Engineering Council. Extensive experience in soil and water characterization studies on mine and smelter properties throughout North America.

Responsible for project management related activities including client contact, staff assignments, scheduling, task assignments, health and safety, quality control, quality assurance, budget control and invoicing. Responsible for negotiating work plans and acting as liaison between industry and regulators. Responsible for development of soil characterization plans including sampling methodologies, data quality assurance, data management and final reporting to clients and regulatory agencies. Analyzed thousands of soil samples using portable X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) equipment.

Dan profile d5702cbf73561a5f9590051549224d149c49dc1673e0270bbf0786f2acb19cfa Daniel Dean, CES

Environmental Specialist


  • BS Earth Sciences, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California - 2005

Professional Certifications

  • Certified Environmental Specialist

Years of Experience

  • Total: 10 years
Mr. Dean has ten years of experience in the environmental industry. He has conducted numerous field investigations using sophisticated water and soil sampling equipment in a variety of settings. Dan has provided site management on contaminated development projects, is responsible for collecting soil and water samples, submitting samples to the laboratory for analysis, preparation of CAD drawings and preparation of various environmental plans and reports.
Prior to RMC he worked in California on fishery studies tagging and tracking spring Chinook salmon on the Trinity River and collecting field data for the preparation of hydrologic models on the South Fork of Battle Creek.

Male silhouette 10f86c03b568cc7f8662460055ec6735dca2fcd04b6490fcf5076872b33fc8e9 Paul A. Hagerty, PE

Civil/Environmental Engineer


  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering - University of Delaware, 1991. Dean's List
  • Masters of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering - Villanova University, 2011

Professional Affiliations

  • Licensed Professional Engineer in DE, MD, MO, NJ, PA and VA with inactive status in FL
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) - Member
  • National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)
  • Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) - Private Pilot

Years of Experience

  • Total: 20 years
Mr. Hagerty is a civil/environmental engineer with over twenty years of experience in the environmental and civil engineering consulting industry. Mr. Hagerty is a registered Professional Engineer in several states and his areas of competency include project management, construction management, construction QA/QC, residential remediation, bioremediation, metals remediation, in-situ treatment, sediment management, storage tank compliance, wetland design and mitigation, remedial design, stormwater management, landfill design and compliance, dam inspection and design, environmental regulatory compliance and environmental insurance support.

Male silhouette 10f86c03b568cc7f8662460055ec6735dca2fcd04b6490fcf5076872b33fc8e9 Keith Clapier, Ecologist
ISLA, UNLA, Cert Pesticide Applicator
Mr Clapier has over thirty years experience as a biologist/ecologist for both the U.S. Government and the Private Sector with a B.S. degree in Botany from Utah State University and a B.S. degree in Zoology from Weber State University. He has conducted multiple habitat surveys including vegetative, terrestrial and aquatic habitat analyses on a diverse range of sites throughout the western United States. His federal work experience includes U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and the National Park Service.

James fricke profile 4d4f884dbac0df314b318998d0968a864a19cf3c8d44a649856de4fd350100cd James Fricke

Field Technician


  • B.E. Civil Engineering: University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah - 2017

Continuing Education

  • OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER (updated annually)

Years of Experience

  • Total: 5 years

Project Experience

  • Aided in preparation of Sampling and Analysis Plans.
  • Conducted reclamation on a CERCLA site using hand tools and heavy equipment.
  • Conducted ground and surface water investigations at a remote mine site in Montana.
  • Assisted in the construction and operation of a pilot study of a bioremediation systems used to remove heavy metals from mine water discharge.
  • Experienced with GPS, multi-meter, flow meter, and XRF.
  • Adept at following detailed FSP procedures and acquiring groundwater, surface water, soil and sediment data
  • Aided in design and oversight of tailings cover and wedge buttress
  • Conducted soil and air investigations at a remote mine reclamation site in Washington

Mr. Fricke has five years of experience in the environmental industry with Resource Environmental Management Consultants (REMC). He has conducted field investigations using sophisticated water and soil sampling equipment in a variety of settings. James has experience with a variety of environmental projects including reclamation of mine sites and managing pilot biotreatment studies on highly contaminated mine water. At REMC, James is responsible for collecting soil and water samples, submitting samples to the laboratory for analysis, data management and preparation of technical reports.

Complete resumes are available upon request