Richard Powell is both the President and Professional Engineer for EASI. He has over 30 years of experience in all phases of project management from conceptual design through final construction inspection. He has been involved with various types of projects, including heavy plant construction, commercial development, residential subdivisions, and residential construction. From site selection through design and construction to continuing maintenance, his experience is varied and comprehensive. Expertise includes real estate site selection - site layout design, building design - construction management - facility construction, rehabilitation and/or renovation - environmental compliance - code compliance. His primary responsibilities include oversight of all engineering functions as well as the overall operation of the Company.
Mr. Powell graduated with high honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He is a licensed professional engineer in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and Alabama, a certified Pollutant Storage System Contractor in Florida, a licensed general contractor in Thomasville, Georgia, and a certified building contractor in Florida. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Mr. Powell is also involved in the local community as a member of the Grady County Planning Commission and the Board of Voter Registrars.
Keith Webb is the Vice President, Environmental for EASI. He has more than eleven years of experience in project engineering and project management. Past projects have involved soil remediation research, water purification, and gas purification. His primary responsibilities for EASI include site investigation, site remediation, report development, and environmental compliance.
Mr. Webb graduated Cum Laude with membership in the Honors Program from the University of Houston in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering and Minor degrees in both Accounting and Chemistry and from the University of Houston in 1996 with a Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering. He is currently an Engineer-in-Training.