CMH Environmental Group, Inc.
Since 1992, Environmental Compliance and Consulting 
Executive Team

Carl M. Hulick:  Principal Geologist, Registered Environmental Assessor II 

Carl Hulick is the President of CMH Environmental Group, Inc. which since 1992 has been providing low low cost alternatives to Regional Water Quality Control Board, Storm Water, Underground Tank and Hazardous Waste compliance issues.  Lets face it, government wants to bill you.  Our job is to make the fee as small as possible.  Carl advises lawyers, owners, governmental agencies and board members, on property transfer, assessment, environmental remediation and hazardous waste treatments. These environmental consulting, specialty engineering contracting, demolition and restoration services, land clearing and grading, expert witness support services, water treatment, environmental health and safety, and compliance audits save clients time and money.  Ask about our half price guarantee. 

Mr. Hulick earned a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Earth Sciences from California State University, Bakersfield. Carl is a Registered Environmental Assessor (REA II) (now an extinct governmental alphabet soup agency but worthy of mention), a Charter member of the Division of Environmental Geosciences (a division of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists) and a former voting member of the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM). Carl has been involved with  and is a former Chairperson of the United States Department of Commerce funded, Greater Los Angeles World Trade Association Environmental Trade Forum. This forum is active in transferring California environmental technology world wide.  Mr. Hulick is a state recognized hazardous waste material expert and assisted in rewriting the "California State Contractors Licensing Board Hazardous Substances Removal and Remedial Action Exam". Carl has been trained to handle hazardous waste situations and project supervision according to Federal Regulations. You want Carl in your corner when you are contemplating  the value of an environmental liability or require a defense to a notice. 

Jerry Horne, Geologist / Hydrologist

Geologist/Hydrologist and Project Supervisor, Mr. Horne has been involved in a broad range of geological and hydrogeology projects for 35 years, including tenures as chief geologist with Geo Sec, Inc., professor of geology at San Bernardino Valley College, geophysical interpreter for an oil company, and topographic surveyor for the 30th Eng. Bat. U.S. Army. He has had extensive experience as a hydrologist and geologist on groundwater and soil contamination investigations, remediation feasibility studies, and seismic hazard analyses. Mr. Horne has been retained by the U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division (on a continuing basis) for data acquisition in the groundwater basins of California deserts.

Don Fife, Consulting Professional Geologist (CPG #4735)

Don Fife is an engineering and economic geologist in California. He earned a B.S. in Paleontology and Stratigraphy and an M.S. in Geology at San Diego State University (SDSU). Don's Masters Thesis, Geology of the Bahia Santa Rosalia 30-minute Quadrangle, is on the Pacific Slope of Baja California. His thesis was published as part of GSA Memoir 140, Reconnaissance Geology of Baja California (Gastil et al, 1975).

Don served from 1981 to 1989 as the Secretary of the Interior's Advisor for Geology, Energy, and Minerals for the 25-million acre California Desert Conservation Area. His experience includes 14 years with the California Department of Water Resources and California Department of Conservation (CDMG). Don joined Converse Consultants in 1978 as a Senior Engineering and Mining Geologist. He edited and compiled two major Southern California geology volumes for the South Coast Geological Society: Geology and Mineral Wealth of the California Desert, (Fife and Brown, 1980) and Geology and Mineral Wealth of the California Transverse Ranges, (Fife and Minch, 1982).

Greg Axten, Consulting Engineer, PE Civil

Mr. Axten, co-founder of American Geotechnical, has an extensive qualified and skilled background as a civil/geotechnical engineer. His professional practice includes the fields of soil engineering, geology, foundation engineering, structural engineering, materials engineering, and hydrology. His technical responsibilities have included all phases of logistics, cost estimating, drilling, sampling, field and laboratory testing, engineering analyses, development of design criteria and construction recommendations, and resident engineering. Consulting has included the development of design criteria for major developments including residential, commercial, industrial and utility projects. Greg has QSD/QSP staff for any storm water project. 

Dawn J. McGuire, Ph.D., Certified Engineering Geologist #2250, Certified Hydro-geologist #905, California Professional Geologist #7181

Dawn is on retainer and will be responsible for geotechnical analyses. She carries out field and office studies of roadway damage in steep terrain and produces geotechnical recommendations for design.  As a research Geologist she conducted research and exploration on Federal lands including Alaska, with U.S. Geological Survey.  Dawn holds the following degrees:  Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, Ph.D. Geology/Geochemistry, 1983 - University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, M.A. Geology, 1976, B.A. Geology, 1972

Robert John Maikisch, California Professional Geologist # 8963

Robert is responsible for supervision, training, budgeting, planning, scheduling, implementation, and reporting for all projects with an expertise as an environmental Geologist / Hydro-geologist with an emphasis in compliance procedure on the Federal, state, and local levels, Phase I “All Appropriate Inquiries”, Phase II site investigations and characterizations, and Phase III remedial actions, with excellent oral and written communication skills.  Mineral Exploration Geologist including field work, sample collection and management,   fission track dating, fire assay, and all aspects of geochemical laboratory preparation, analyses, and reporting. Robert’s education follows:  California State University, Los Angeles, California, University of California at Riverside, Riverside, California, 16 hours graduate level course work in Clastic Stratigraphy, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado, 12 hours graduate level coursework in Carbonate Stratigraphy, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, Bachelors of Science in Geology, May, 1982

Carlo Biagini, PhD,  Lead Scientist

Dr. Biagini received his doctorate certificates in Mechanical and Chemical Engineering from the University of Genoa, Italy and has over 300 insitu-bioremediation.  His undergraduate work was in microbiology.  Carlo has supervised the synthesis of all forms of organic matter into CO2 and water with not necessarily proprietary, but commonly known scientific principles carefully orchestrated after years of experience in what works.  Vapor extraction could be a thing of the past when Carlo gets a hold of your data and shows you how to take years off of your remediation job.  Carlo is on board to assist the Nature Tank Process for soil and water clean up applications.  Carlo is responsible for supervision, training, budgeting, planning, scheduling, implementation, and reporting all scientific aspects of a remediation project to assure the proper balance of all sciences to your project. 

Ciro Patricolo, Field Engineer

Ciro is a long time assistant to Carlo Biagini and will assist Dr. Biagini in all aspects of your project.  Ciro manages foreign technologies with proven track records.  These minor adjustments to proven stateside  remediation jobs wil reduce time and cost on any hydrocarbon or chlorinated solvent remediation.   Ciro is on board to assist the Nature Tank Process for soil and water clean up applications.  Ciro wil report to Dr. Biagini and will assist in the for supervision, training, budgeting, planning, scheduling, implementation, and reporting all scientific aspects of a remediation project to assure the proper balance of all sciences to your project. 

Carl W. Hulick II

Carl , BA Geography, Environmental Studies UCLA (2016), after playing in 53 of 54 UCLA football games, maintaining a 3.25 GPA and graduating in 4 years, young Carl will assist his father in mapping and project management.  Carl will be working part time while he trains for a carreer with NASCAR. 

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