Jeremiah Catron, GIT
Jeremiah Catron is a Project Manager at Creek Run and has been employed by Creek Run since May 2012. He earned a B.S. from the Geological Sciences Department at Ball State University in May 2012. He has completed the OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER training and attends yearly 8-hour refresher courses. Jeremiah has passed the Fundamentals of Geology and Practice of Geology portions of the ASBOG Examination and plans to become a Licensed Professional Geologist once the time requirement has elapsed.
Jeremiah is responsible for managing projects through various stages of development and occasionally assists with soil boring advancement/classification and well installation. He has experience in groundwater sampling, creating groundwater flow and contaminant plume maps, technical report writing, surveying monitoring wells, and using ground penetrating radar (GPR) technology and software. Jeremiah also has experience preparing Phase I and/or Phase II Environmental Site Assessment reports, Initial Investigation Reports (IIR), Further Site Investigation (FSI) reports, Remediation Work Plans (RWPs), and Remediation Completion Reports (RCRs).
During his college career, Jeremiah worked as a Geology 101 TA in the geology department and spent two years working at the Ball State Geothermal Field collecting groundwater elevations, temperature and conductivity readings, and creating temperature profiles. He also completed an independent study concerning ground-source geothermal systems around the world.
In his personal life, Jeremiah enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, archery, making HOT sauce, hunting for fossils, and spending time with his family.