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Chris Edgmon 

Vice President of Commercial Operations

Chris Edgmon is the Vice President of Commercial Operations and is responsible for Western Region business operations including the management of technical and project administration staff. He plans, directs, and coordinates operational and project activities for a wide range of commercial and government clients to ensure proper project execution. He is also responsible for staff resourcing as well as ensuring that projects are executed with the highest level of quality and technical excellence. 

Mr. Edgmon has over 32 years of program and project management, field implementation, and supervision experience in the environmental and construction fields. He began his environmental industry career in 1988 working on waste management and remedial actions projects. His project responsibilities have included overall site supervision of up to 50 personnel, decontamination and demolition of contaminated structures, implementation of groundwater remediation projects, and radiological or hazardous waste characterization as well as packaging, waste management and disposal. 

Mr. Edgmon has successfully completed a wide range of multi-million-dollar projects throughout the United States including landfill closures, environmental construction projects, environmental remediation, and waste management activities for governmental and private sector clients. He has experience conducting projects for the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and U.S. Department of the Navy. He also has experience working at government facilities including Los Alamos National Laboratories in Los Alamos, NM; Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, NM; the Separations Process Research Unit in Niskayuna, NY; and the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, TX. Mr. Edgmon understands how to safely implement complex projects, stay on schedule, and manage budget expectations for a wide variety of projects. 

Phoenix, AZ

B.S. in Safety Education, University of Central Oklahoma

(480) 636-8734