The IRSE Team

The IRS Environmental management team is unique within the industry. We have moved projects from design phase to completion and provided in-house tenant seminars for U.S. West Communications, the General Services Administration, Premera Blue Cross, Avista Utilities, and scores of Health Care Facilities and Retirement Centers among others. You can rest assured that our team has the experience and skill necessary to complete your task. Click on each name to learn more about them.

Maureen has been active in the construction, demolition, asbestos and lead abatement industries since 2003. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology with a minor in Biology. Maureen holds a Washington State certification as an asbestos supervisor and EPA and Montana State DEQ certifications as an asbestos supervisor, building inspector and project designer. Maureen is also HAZWOPER trained and certified, Lead in Construction trained, and has completed the Certified Mold Remediation Contractor Program and Certified Mold Inspector Program at Micro Consulting/Schatz Services. Maureen has managed and supervised projects at Eastmont School, Lincoln School, Wenatchee School District, Montana State Hospital, the EPA/Volpe Center Vermiculite Containing Insulation clean-up project in Libby Montana, Columbia Basin Health, numerous projects at the University of Idaho and Fairchild Air Force Base, Chelan Properties, Panhandle Bank, North Cascade National Bank, the United States Army Corp of Engineers Dworshak Dam Crane Rehabilitation and Grand Coulee Spot Lead Removal.
Dan is the fields operations manager, organizing the schedules and maintenance of all company vehicles. Having worked in the field, Dan knows the importance of thinking through all the details of a project and ensuring the fleets arrive safely and on time. Dan has over 20 years of experience running abatement, demolition, construction, and industrial dismantling projects. Additionally, Dan has vast experience running fleet operations, along with maintaining the company vehicles and equipment. He has worked on projects including Kaiser Aluminum (Trentwood), Columbia Aluminum, Avista Utilities, Fairchild Air Force Base, and Malmstrom Airforce Base, and Lower Granite Dam.
Mike is an estimator and project manager with 7 years of experience in the construction industry and 3 years of experience in the asbestos abatement, demolition, and industrial dismantling industry. He has a Bachelor of Science with an emphasis in civil and mechanical engineering from Washington State University. He holds Washington State, EPA, and Montana State DEQ asbestos worker certifications. Mike is a certified AHERA building inspector and is HAZWOPER trained and certified. With his vast experience and his ability to stay level-headed when managing clients’ and workers’ needs, Mike ensures his jobs run smoothly. Mike’s project management experience includes projects for Avista Utilities, Spokane Public Schools, West Valley School District, Spokane County Facilities, Seattle City Light, Fairchild Airforce Base, Kaiser Aluminum (Trentwood), Boise Cascade, Spokane Airports, Kalispel Tribe of Indians, Pend Oreille PUD, Kootenai Medical Center, Providence Sacred Heart, and lead-containing dust decontamination for the Montana Department of Military Affairs at the Libby Readiness Center.
Mark Williams is a project manager and estimator. He has over 20 years of experience including overseeing a number of notable projects in California. He played a key role in several high-profile demolition jobs such as the $2 million LAX Terminal 4 selective demolition project and the $1.3 million Sony Studios demolition and abatement project. He has experience developing and maintaining safety programs that meet all state and federal compliance regulations, developing and writing sub-contract agreements and maintaining job costing including coordinating bid cost projections among other skills. In addition to being an Army veteran, Mark is Lead in Construction trained, HAZWOPER trained and OSHA trained.
Al is the demolition and asbestos project manager/estimator. Al grew up in Colfax, Washington and graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Business Administration. He began his career in 1994 in the construction industry working for a demolition contractor in Portland, Oregon where he completed many demotion projects for prominent Portland contractors and government agencies. After 10 years in Portland and a year-long pulp and paper mill asset-recovery project in Sweden, Al moved back to Eastern Washington. In 2015, he joined IRSE, combining his asbestos abatement and demolition experience, finding that clients see value in having one company prepare sites for new construction work. He is an AHERA Building Inspector and a Washington 40-hour supervisor.
Donovan is a building inspector, estimator and project manager with 3 years of experience in the asbestos abatement, demolition, and industrial dismantling industry. Having started his career at IRSE in the field, Donovan understands the work from the ground up and works hard to make sure his projects run smoothly, quickly, and safely. Donovan’s experience includes work with the hospitals and various hydro-electric dam projects.
Rob has previously served as principa if IRSE from 1997-2018. Prior to that, Rob had been managing demolition, dismantling and asbestos abatement projects for the company since 1986. Rob came to IRSE with experience in the fields of Human Resources and Training and Development. He is responsible for the design and implementation of the IRS Environmental STEP Safety Training and Education Program. Rob is an EPA certified AHERA asbestos building inspector and AHERA asbestos project designer. Prior to 1986, Rob worked within the Human Resources Department and served as the Training Center Director with a division of the SAGA Corporation. Currently, Rob uses his experience with every level of the business to serve as the director of human resources.
Michelle brings a wealth of health and wellness knowledge as well as asbestos abatement, demolition, and industrial dismantling experience to her current position as the safety and health coordinator. Knowing both the health and construction industries, she is in a unique position to promote preventative care education to employees and aid in the medical and rehabilitative process, should an employee need guidance. Michelle came to IRSE in 2005 and worked as a laborer, site supervisor, and truck driver on projects including the Superfund Vermiculite sites and EPA task orders in Libby, Montana. She has certifications for asbestos work in Washington and Montana, including OSHA-training, EM385 fall protection, and core rigging and material holding. While working, Michelle completed her training as a Registered Nurse and spent 6 years working in the field before she started her current position at IRSE.
The IRS Environmental Project Supervisor team consists of full time long-term employees most of whom have an average length of service of over 13 years. We believe low employee turnover is essential in today’s construction environment, and we provide a strong in-house training program with incentives for key employees. Our supervisors initially receive AHERA and state asbestos training, as well as HAZMAT certification. Each attends yearly refresher training. IRS Environmental supervisors are also provided lead in construction classes and refreshers, crane safety and rigging classes, first aid certification, fall protection classes, welding and cutting classes and mold remediation classes as needed. IRS Environmental offers medical and dental benefits to all employees, as well as a retirement plan funded with contributions from employees and the corporation.

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