Dennis Livingston, LPG #2120

Assistant Director of Technical Services
dlivingston@creekrun.com

Dennis Livingston is the Assistant Director of Technical Services at Creek Run and has worked at Creek Run since February 2012. Dennis earned a B.S. in Geology from Ball State University in 1997 and is a Licensed Professional Geologist (LPG) in Indiana and Illinois, and a Registered Professional Geologist (RPG) in Kentucky. Dennis has completed 40 hour HAZWOPER training and remains current by attending yearly refresher courses.

Prior to joining Creek Run, Dennis obtained extensive experience in subsurface geology, contaminant hydrogeology, and site remediation over a 15 year career with small to mid-sized environmental consulting firms. He has managed numerous subsurface investigations at petroleum facilities in Indiana and adjacent states under a variety of state and federal regulatory programs. Dennis specializes in developing corrective action strategies and implementing remediation solutions to effectively address soil and groundwater impacted by petroleum hydrocarbons. Dennis has worked extensively with various programs of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management including the Leaking Underground Storage Tank Program, Voluntary Remediation Program, and State Cleanup Program. Dennis has extensive experience conducting negotiations with state and federal regulatory agencies on behalf of clients ranging from single-site property owners to integrated petroleum companies.

Dennis also has studied and enjoys playing music. He and Kim, his wife of over 20 years, have three daughters who are proud self-proclaimed geeks, enjoying hobbies with their dad such as model rocketry.