2200 W 29th Ave, Ste 102
Denver, CO 80211
116 W Bridge Ave
Saratoga, WY 82331
Todd D. Spivey
Project Manager - Wildlife Biologist - Environmental Engineer
email@example.com - 720.556.7781
Todd Spivey is a Navy Veteran and holds a Private Pilot’s License. Mr. Spivey earned his degree in Wildlife Biology and Environmental Engineering at the University of Wyoming.
Mr. Spivey grew up fishing, hunting, and playing baseball as a young kid. During his Navy career Todd studied engineering and learned about leadership, respect, and teamwork. Before moving to Colorado, Mr. Spivey lived in Wyoming for almost 15 years. During that time he worked as a fly-fishing guide, a ranch hand, and a wildlife biologist.
Since 1996, Todd has engaged in various projects in the Rocky Mountains related to biology and environmental engineering. Mr. Spivey is focused on 2Dot's growth and development and is dedicated to building partnerships associated with Energy development, Ranch and Agriculture, Transportation, Utilities, and local and federal governments.
Senior Project Manager - Wildlife Biologist
firstname.lastname@example.org - 303.910.9476
Douglas Kibbe earned his degree at Cornell University. Doug has been a Certified Wildlife Biologist since 1979. He has over 35 years of NEPA experience; conducting environmental surveys and preparing environmental impact assessments for projects throughout the world including third-party federal and state EISs, EAs, BAs, and permit applications for energy development, infrastructure, and industrial development projects. He has prepared environmental reports for over 100 development projects and served as senior reviewer on many more. His responsibilities have included project and line management, program design, project staffing, field investigations, environmental monitoring, impact assessment and mitigation. Studies included regional screening, alternative site selection, and development of mitigation programs, risk management, and monitoring of impacts during construction. He is highly experienced in the preparation and review of NEPA documents having served as Natural Resources Group Manager at EBASCO, Normandeau and ENSR/AECOM and was a Natural Resource Damage Assessment Team Leader on the BP oil spill. He is an expert on avian ecology and prepared over 100 species accounts for the Vermont and Colorado Breeding Bird Atlases. He personally surveyed over 125 breeding bird atlas blocks in Colorado, including many in the vicinity of the proposed projects. He has conducted surveys and impact assessments for bats in several western states and prepared wetland surveys and wetland restoration programs. He conducted surveys on the Pawnee National Grassland for Mountain Plovers, raptors and Burrowing Owls since 2009 and is extremely familiar with potential impacts of energy projects on these species.
Eric DeRuyter, P.E.
Senior Project Manager - Civil Engineer
email@example.com - 303.656.3538
Eric DeRuyter earned his degree in Civil Engineering at Colorado State University. He has over 25 years of experience in site investigations, sampling, design, permitting, construction, oversight, and project management in the civil/environmental field. He is a registered professional engineer (P.E.) in three states (Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah). His experience includes landfill design and construction, stormwater design (urban development, SWPPPs, inspections), stream/tidal embankment restoration, soil and groundwater remediation systems, groundwater well design/installation/monitoring, aquifer pump tests, environmental investigations, leaking underground storage tanks (LUST), environmental cleanup and earthwork activities, SPCC Plans and Tier II reporting, soil vapor intrusion investigations, hydrostatic pressure tests of pipelines, and investigations/removal actions of munitions and explosives of concern (MEC). Eric enjoys mountain biking, hiking, fishing, playing guitar, volleyball, softball, and ice hockey.
Project Manager - Biologist
firstname.lastname@example.org - 303.953.2255
Mr. Norling has over 27 years of experience in providing environmental services throughout the western and southwestern United States and has worked for a number of multi-national environmental consulting firms prior to working for 2-Dot. Mr. Norling currently serves as Senior Biologist and Project Manager in the Denver, Colorado office. In this capacity he manages a wide variety of projects related to biological resources including aspects of client interface, scheduling and cost control, inspection of deliverables and associated corrective measures, direction of technical work completed by subcontractors and internal technical and support staff, and management of work products within defined budget and schedule constraints.
Mr. Norling also acts as 2-Dot’s representative with clients and selected subcontractors during project execution. He negotiates changes to the scope of work with the client and key subcontractors and participates in negotiations with regulatory agencies in support of clients. He also supports the program requirements for all areas of a project, and monitors the draft and final deliverables for adherence to these criteria.
Mr. Norling has provided environmental services on a variety of projects throughout portions of the western and southwestern United States. These projects have included utility transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, state highway projects, telecommunications, land development, mining, geothermal, commercial-scale solar and wind development, hydroelectric, flood control, military, oil and gas development, facility licensing support for state energy regulators, and resource management plan updates. For these projects he has provided many types of environmental assistance including, project management, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance and regulatory permitting, resource studies, impact assessment, siting studies and alignment comparisons, and selection of preferred alternatives to identify constraints and opportunities.
Project Manager - Wildlife Biologist
email@example.com - 303.726.3181
Spencer is a native of Colorado where he earned is B.S. in Wildlife Biology at Colorado State University. He is an avid hunter, fisherman, hiker, and outdoorsman. He spends many nights up at his family cabin located just east of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison where he excels at ping pong.
Mr. Morrison is a true leader and a seasoned biologist with over nine years of biological consulting experience. He has experience working on a variety of projects related to wildlife, aquatic biology, and wetland issues. He has performed threatened and endangered species surveys, fish surveys, stream assessment and water quality surveys, raptor surveys, avian nesting surveys, avian point count surveys, burrowing owl protocol surveys, habitat assessment, Waters of the US, wetland investigation and delineation, rare plant surveys, avian and bat mortality surveys, and biological monitoring.
Project Manager - Wildlife Biologist
firstname.lastname@example.org - 813.765.8028
Stephen is a native of Pennsylvania, where he grew up on a small cattle farm outside of Altoona. He earned his B.S. in Natural Resource Conservation from the University of Florida and is continuing his education through the University of Florida's to earn his M.S. in Ecological Restoration in 2020. He is an avid fly fisherman and archer and enjoys spending his free time outdoors.
Mr. Myers is a biologist with experience in environmental compliance and permitting for various energy sectors throughout the Rockies. His work is focused on state and federal permitting, NEPA, surface transportation and infrastructure, construction, utilities, and commercial and residential development. He has performed threatened and endangered species surveys, rare plant surveys, fisheries surveys, land use assessments, waters of the US wetland investigations and delineations, wetland monitoring, and water quality assessments.
Environmental Specialist III - Biologist
email@example.com - 307.460.0979
Travis Moody earned his degree in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management with a minor in Reclamation of Disturbed Lands from the University of Wyoming.
Travis Moody earned his degree in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management with a minor in Reclamation of Disturbed Lands from the University of Wyoming. His experience as a fishing and hunting guide as well as ranching and agriculture production has proven to be a valuable asset. When Travis isn’t working hard, he enjoys being a fishing guide and hunting.
Operations Manager - Human Resources
firstname.lastname@example.org - 720.585.4477
Jill, a native of Iowa earned her Bachelor's degree in Biology from Missouri State University. She has performed field biological surveys in both Missouri and Colorado, most recently performing aquatic invasive species monitoring throughout the state of Colorado. She also has over 7 years of administrative experience in a variety of fields. Jill enjoys gardening, hiking, and exploring the Rocky Mountains.
Environmental Specialist I
email@example.com - 307.710.2952
Phil has been working in Wyoming for 10 years as an Environmental Specialist and a fly-fishing guide. He graduated from Brevard College with a degree in Wilderness Leadership an Education. Mr. Mcgrath has spent countless hours in some of the most remote parts of Wyoming as a professional and for recreation.
Environmental Specialist III
firstname.lastname@example.org - 505.426.6461
Jerry was born and raised in Northern New Mexico. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Science from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Jerry has worked for several different organizations such as: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Science, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. National Parks, and New Mexico State Parks. Jerry’s work experiences involve: exotic/invasive plant surveys, wildlife surveys, trail construction, and grounds maintenance. Jerry enjoys hunting, camping, and hiking.
Project Coordinator - GIS Manager
email@example.com - 814.573.1113
Shannon earned her B.S. in Marine Science from Coastal Carolina University and her M.S. in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology from NC State University. She has experience conducting threatened and rare species surveys, invasive plant surveys, monitoring and mapping, stream/lake mapping and monitoring, raptor surveys, and water quality analysis. She is an avid GIS user and has authored and co-authored many technical documents. Her work has been focused in terrestrial, marine, and freshwater environments across Colorado, Utah, the Carolinas, and the Caribbean. When not wandering around the desert in search of rare plants, Shannon can be found mountain biking, hiking, listening to live music, or cooking up something tasty.
Environmental Specialist II
firstname.lastname@example.org - 216.777.9235
Kevin earned his bachelor’s in Ecology from The Ohio State University in 2012 and grew up in the Cleveland area. Kevin has worked as a GIS Technician in the consultant industry surveying and inspecting drainage culverts, and has worked in Vegetation Management for Fossil Butte National Monument in Wyoming and The City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks performing restoration work and noxious weed and rare plant surveys. Kevin grew up playing baseball and his hobbies include music, hiking, rock climbing and snowboarding.