Mr. Todd Potas has joined Pinnacle as Director of Industrial Services. Todd has over 30 years' experience as an Environmental Engineer managing air and other permitting for new construction and expansion of existing facilities. He has B.S. and M. E. degrees in Chemical Engineering from the University of North Dakota and is a registered Professional Engineer in Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Florida.
Last month Jim and Carol Holland, along with their daughter Alex, traveled to Santiago, Chile and volunteered in a missionary called House of Hope.
On September 29th, Pinnacle celebrated its 25th year in business by hosting a gathering of clients, friends, and others who have helped shape Pinnacle into the success it is today.
Pinnacle Engineering recently took part in a training exercise, partnering with the Upper Mississippi River Basin Assocation and BNSF Railway. The training took place over a 2 day span in Prairie du Chein, WI.
Environmental Response Fund (ERF) grants fund the assessment and cleanup of contaminated sites where conditions present a threat to human health or the environment, but where lack funding and added environmental costs hinder site improvements or redevelopment.
Pinnacle staff are specialists in soil vapor intrusion (SVI) and indoor air quality issues at industrial and chemical releases across the United States. SVI is most commonly volatile organic compounds (VOCs) migrating through the subsurface pore spaces from soil and groundwater sources.
Beth Keister, Senior Project Manager at Pinnacle Engineering has won the Charles W. Britzius Distinguished Engineer Award. This award recognizes outstanding lifetime achievement in the practice of engineering, contributions to the engineering profession, and actions enhancing the image of engineering in our society.
Larry Sibik, VP Process Engineering at Pinnacle Engineering, Inc. has obtained at patent on a Packed Bed Scrubber Using a Fusel Oil Solvent. The patent is for a two stage scrubber process applicable ethanol fermentation.
Keith is a Senior Hydro-Geologist/Senior Project Manager with Pinnacle Engineering. He started his career in mineral exploration, and now has over 25 years of extensive experience in business management in all aspects of corporate environmental affairs, and has provided environmental consulting for government and private business interests.
Jim Holland, Matt Richardson, Steve Schleicher and Jeff Melby attended The Bakken/Three Forks Shale Oil Innovation Conference and Expo on February 10-12 in Grand Forks, ND.