Ms Lanier has over 30 years in environmental planning and the environmental industry. Ms Lanier served as a Senior Planner and Executive Director of the Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission in Montgomery, Alabama until 1990. As such she dealt with local governments as they grappled with environmental solutions to solid waste management, underground storage tank compliance and storm water protection and well head protection. She served on several state committees including the Governor's Economic Development Advisory Committee, the League of Municipalities and the Association of County Commissioners. She also represented Central Alabama with national associations, such as the National Development Association, the Appalachian Regional Commission and served as President for the Alabama Association of Regional Councils and the Alabama Chapter of the American Planning Association.In 1990, Ms Lanier served as a Principal Project Manager for IT Corporation, managing projects in Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia. These projects included development of investigation and remediation plans, permiting and regulatory compliance of underground storage tank bulk terminals, abandoned service stations, and development restrictions near client facilities In 1993, Ms Lanier formed her own company and worked with Chevron Products Company to divest many properties in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisana. These projects included performing investigation, sampling and monitoring of developed service station sites and bulk terminals. In addition, the staff also worked with other major oil companies and local jobbers to remain in compliance and upgrade their facilities.By 1996, Ms Lanier had expanded LEC to include comprehensive NEPA projects by performing Environmental Assessments, Findings of No Significant Impacts for road projects and residential/commercial developments. Our clients included large engineering firms and the Alabama and Georgia Departments of Transportation. LEC has remained strong in this area of expertise, blending the considerable planning and environmental backgrounds of the staff.In 2002, LEC took over the environmental function of Maxwell AFB as part of an A-76 transition, providing all environmental services for the base. These services included environmental plan development, permitting, managing hazardous materials, managing hazardous waste for a large quantitiy generator and environmental training. They also managed the NEPA compliance program, the natural resource and an extensive cultural resource program for the base. Ms Lanier is a ISO 14001 auditor and successively implemented the first Environmental Management System for the base. She served as the Environmental Program Manager for Maxwell AFB for seven years.In 2008, LEC became the environmental function of Keesler AFB in Biloxi, Mississippi as part of an A-76 transition and is currently providing all environmental services for the base similar to those provided at Maxwell AFB.
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