SOLVING Problems and BUILDING Value
PROJECT MANAGER/SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER — SHERIDAN, WYEmail Jack Fritz
Jack Fritz is a professional environmental engineer with 17 years’ of experience in chemical/civil engineering and environmental permitting, including NEPA compliance document preparation. Jack has served as project manager, lead designer or technical reviewer for more than 40 public water supply and commercial or public domestic wastewater projects throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. He also has extensive experience preparing state and federal permit applications associated with extractive industries, including uranium in-situ recovery and oil and gas development. He has served as lead author and project manager on permit applications submitted to state regulatory agencies in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and South Dakota and federal agencies including the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Bureau of Land Management. Jack has also worked as part of an interdisciplinary team to author NEPA compliance documents including Environmental Impact Statements (EISs) and Environmental Assessments (EAs). Jack holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Wyoming and is a licensed professional environmental engineer in Wyoming, Idaho and South Dakota. Jack currently serves on the WWC board of directors.