Steve Moreland, CIEC*, is the Senior Vice-President of American Metropolitan Environmental, Inc., possessing over 20 years of public and private sector experience in environmental consulting/inspection experience, encompassing a wide field of contaminants and hazards [i.e. asbestos, radon, bioaerosols (fungi & bacteria), and VOC’s].
Prior to launching AMEI in 1995, Steve was employed by USD 259 – Wichita Public Schools, Environmental Services Department (1987 – 1995), as one of the first asbestos inspectors in the State of Kansas. At the inception of the department, their primary assignment was to perform an inspection and produce an asbestos management plan for each district building. Eventually, the department became responsible for oversight and management of all environmental concerns for the district, including hazardous waste, underground and aboveground storage tanks, and blood borne pathogens.
In a July 27, 2002 article, the Wichita Eagle newspaper dubbed Steve the “mold hunter”. He maintains numerous certifications that encompass several environmental disciplines, is a graduate of Butler County Community College, El Dorado, Kansas, with an Associate of Science degree, and was awarded the “Color of the Purple Award for Academic Excellence”.
David Moreland, CIEC*, is an Environmental Consultant employed with AMEI since January 2003. His private sector inspection experience in environmental consulting has included water loss and water intrusion assessments for commercial and residential property owners, occupants, and insurance adjustors. His inspection experience has also included assessments of fungal growth, bacteria accumulation, biological contamination within structures, wood decay evaluations, radon testing, asbestos inspections, chemical testing, and Clandestine Lab testing. He holds certifications that also encompass environmental disciplines. David graduated from Butler County Community College, El Dorado, KS, with an Associates degree in Science.
AMEI is a member of the Indoor Air Quality Association, American Industrial Hygiene Association, and National Environmental Health Association.
* Council-certified Indoor Environmental Consultant, Council-certified Indoor Environmentalist