As Chief Executive Officer, Kerrie provides oversight for Snyder Environmental’s ongoing success and growth initiatives across all channels and market sectors. She provides organizational leadership and supports sustainable growth initiatives throughout the company’s footprint. She provides ongoing evaluation of the overall strength and profitability by providing key company performance data to the Snyder leadership team.
As President, Justin oversees the overall performance, profitability and sustainability of the company. Justin is also responsible for business development and client relations and he diligently works to establish and maintain an honest and open relationship with all Snyder Environmental clients and vendors. He ensures Snyder Environmental clients are aware of all environmental remediation options and that they are provided the safest, most compliant and budget-aware solutions available.
As Vice President of Operations, Daniel is responsible for operational aspects of safety, scheduling, staffing, compliance, and work quality at Snyder Environmental. Daniel ensures that Snyder projects are delivered on time and within scope by briefing project supervisors on the scope of work, materials & equipment needs, special circumstances, schedule and specific or unique hazards of each of their respective projects.
As Business Development Manager, Zac Farran brings over 1000 hours of Level C HAZMAT time, permit-required confined space operation experience, asbestos abatement, mold remediation, and construction/carpentry skills to Snyder Environmental. He is experienced in the administration and supervision of asbestos abatement projects under OSHA and EPA regulations and has completed many inspections and abatement projects while employed with Snyder Environmental. Mr. Farran has a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science, is a NADCA certified Air Systems Cleaning Specialist, and also qualifies as a Ventilation System Mold Remediator.
As Business Development Manager of our Jackson, Mississippi office, Andrew brings inspection, processing, documentation, and data management experience from the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) to the Snyder team. Andrew graduated from Mississippi State University with a B.S. in Environmental Geosciences and is proficient in environmental processes. Andrew will bring Snyder’s well-known reputation of trustworthiness, reliability, and quality to clients throughout Mississippi.
Scott is registered as a Professional Geologist in multiple states and brings over twenty-eight years of consulting experience to Snyder. He has significant environmental and regulatory compliance experience and a proven performance record in varied environmental sectors ranging from Aviation, Nuclear, Industrial, and Commercial. He is responsible for environmental safety, regulatory compliance as well as client coordination, business development, and financial/strategic planning.
As Snyder Environmental’s primary inspector, Justin has over 15 years of experience performing inspections for asbestos, lead-based paint, mold, and other hazardous materials. He’s performed over 2,000 inspections, bringing an immense level of inspection expertise to the Snyder team. Justin’s history in law enforcement has trained him to be the cutting edge of efficiency and accuracy.
With over 750 employees and 24 offices, EIS Holdings performs a full suite of abatement, decontamination, remediation, and other environmental and specialty infrastructure services across the United States. Our combination of companies creates one of the nation’s largest providers of environmental and infrastructure services in the United States, serving a wide variety of public and private end markets. As a leading remediation and specialty infrastructure services firm, our team is dedicated to exceptional growth that is bolstered by geographic expansion, service line extensions, and strategic acquisitions. Our success is a result of long-term customer relationships that drive repeat and recurring business.
Under the Transparency in Coverage Rule, issued in 2020 by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of the Treasury, health plans and health insurance issuers must provide access to two separate Machine-Readable Files (MRF). This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.