Luke Libby, CHMM #16566

Senior Project Manager
llibby@creekrun.com

Luke Libby is a Senior Project Manager at Creek Run.  He earned a B.S. in Natural Resources and Environmental Management with a minor in Biology from Ball State University in May 2006. Luke joined Creek Run in September 2010 and is responsible for preparation and installation of remediation systems by obtaining permits, preparing bid requests, and selecting/overseeing subcontractors.  Luke manages the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Department staff and all remediation systems operated by Creek Run to ensure maximum system efficiency.  Luke is also responsible for technical report writing, conducting soil borings/soil classification, well installations, and well abandonment. Luke assists in preparing Remediation Work Plans (RWPs), Emergency Response Reports, Quarterly Monitoring Reports, Corrective Action Plans (CAPs), and remedial implementation reports.  In August 2014, Luke became a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM #16566).

Between college semesters, Luke worked as an Environmental Intern at Gallatin Steel in Ghent, Kentucky for two summers where he assisted in the clean-up spills (oil, fuel, etc.) and conducted environmental inspections. After graduation, Luke was employed with Midwest Environmental Services, Inc. as the Environmental Manager at North American Stainless, a large steel mill in Ghent. There he managed multiple oil/water separators and the proper storage and disposal of hazardous and nonhazardous waste (used oil, oil absorbents, batteries, ballasts, grease, etc.).   He also prepared monthly discharge reports and documented and assisted in the clean-up of spills. Prior to Creek Run, Luke was also employed at General Engineering Laboratories L.L.C. in Charleston, SC as a Radiochemistry Analyst where he analyzed various sample matrices using multiple analytical techniques, reviewed analytical reports, and performed laboratory analyses.

In his personal life, Luke enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his family.