Established in 2002, HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. is a small business headquartered in Grand Junction, CO. Our team consists of more than 45 professionals dedicated to providing environmental consulting, site assessment and remediation, waste management and air compliance locally and nationally and to governmental and non-governmental organizational entities. Through the expansion and diversification of energy development, the national drive toward energy independence and security, and the promotion of economic stability and prosperity, HRL has the ability to provide you the unique opportunity to optimize your business practice in ways that are tailored to suit your style and needs.
HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. strives to effectively maintain compliance, develop innovative solutions and enhance the business model and operations of enterprise in ways that are socially efficient and environmentally beneficial through the wise application of applied science, policy and adaptive management strategies.
President and Executive Staff
Herman Lucero, REM
Executive Vice President
Staci Knob, PHR
Mr. Lucero is a Colorado Mesa University (formerly Mesa State College) graduate with a BS in Environmental Science. He began working in the environmental compliance field over 25 years ago. His work experience is wide-ranging, beginning in 1988 where he started out as an assessment technician for an engineering firm. He progressed through several companies as a team leader, senior technical lead, environmental scientist and eventually became a principal/environmental scientist in 1999. In 2002, Mr. Lucero began providing environmental compliance services on his own to oil and gas companies in the Piceance basin. This step in his career lead to the formation of HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. The growth of HRL has been an exciting journey for Mr. Lucero. HRL has grown from four original employees into an organization that now has three offices that service eight oil and gas basins in the Rocky Mountains, New Mexico, and the Pennsylvania – West Virginia region.
Mr. Foye is a Northern Arizona University graduate specializing in Ecosystem Science and Management. He began working with HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. in 2005 and is currently the Executive Vice President and acting primary lead of HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. Mr. Foye’s expertise is related to minimization of E&P and Midstream operational costs and efficient regulatory and environmental program development associated with: local, state and federal permitting, 404 compliance, remediation, and Migratory Bird Treaty Act compliance. Mr. Foye and his team, with the collaboration of several clients, have developed a regulatory and environmental management approach that streamlines compliance needs throughout the planning, drilling, completion, and production phases of oil and gas exploration greatly reducing client risk and overall operating costs.
Mrs. Knob is a Colorado Mesa University (formerly Mesa State College) graduate specializing in Counseling and Organizational Psychology. She began working for HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. in 2011 and is currently the HR Manager overseeing personnel operations for 3 offices in 3 different states. She has been certified as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) since 2007 and is a professional member of the Society for Human Resources.
Mark Mumby, PG
Migratory Bird Netting
Mr. Mumby is the Senior Geologist/Program Manager for HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. He has over 20 years of multidisciplinary experience in the environmental field. He is also Director of the HRL Drilling program for environmental subsurface investigations and remediation. He specializes in contaminant assessment, remediation, remedial technology development and deployment, in both the federal and private sector. Mr. Mumby has over 10 years of previous experience in the oil and gas industry specializing in subsurface exploration and drilling operations for oil and gas in numerous basins throughout the Rocky Mountain Region.
Ms. Lambert serves as the Program Manager of the stormwater program, and is responsible for providing permitting, monitoring, and project management.
Mr. Rowe is the Waste Management Program Manager and Senior Field Lead for HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. He has six years of multidisciplinary experience in the environmental field. He is an expert in program development for waste management programs. In addition to program development, Kris also specializes in emergency spill response, contaminant assessment, remediation, groundwater and soil sampling methodology, and waste minimization tactics in both the federal and private sectors.
Mr. Loy is the Program Manager for the Migratory Bird Netting Division and also serves as the Health and Safety Coordinator for HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. He leads and directs the health and safety program, including training, drug testing, and HRL health and safety education. He is a Safe Land and Safe Gulf instructor and is actively involved in client health and safety certification and compliance. He reviews and establishes health and safety training for HRL employees for field operations that comply with individual compliance rules and regulations. Mr. Loy’s areas of expertise include OSHA safety; Migratory Bird Treaty Act; Construction Management; Fire Codes and Ordinances; Safety, Health and Environmental Regulatory Compliance; and Emergency Isolation and Stabilization/Unified Command.
Brenda L. Prestangen, CPA, CGMA
Mr. Seaver has B.S in Microbiology from Colorado State University and oversees all aspects of the air compliance and Infrared Camera LDAR program. As a former inspector for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, he has a well-developed understanding of both state and federal air regulations. Mr. Seaver specializes in air compliance from the bottom up; ensuring that all permitting and reporting documentation is correct and has been submitted to the appropriate agencies, conducting site visits to ensure all on-site aspects of the facility are in compliance, and conducting extensive documentation reviews to ensure appropriate records are being kept and that all pieces of equipment are operating within permitted limits. Other areas of expertise include developing emissions calculation & compliance spreadsheets, database organization and simplification, and process improvements to simplify and streamline work practices.
Ms. Smith has a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Florida Atlantic University and has over 24 years of experience in regulatory and land use planning in Colorado, Florida, and New Mexico reviewing agricultural, residential, commercial, and industrial land use applications, including oil and gas, mining, kV transmission lines, and transportation and pipeline corridors. As the Program Manager for the Regulatory/Permitting team at HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc., she is responsible for and oversees local, state, and federal regulatory permitting for new and existing developments; city and county land use development reviews; NEPA/EIS project management; and environmental site assessments.
Mrs. Prestangen is a graduate of Arizona State University where she obtained a B.S in Accounting. With over 16 years in public and private accounting she is a CPA and also holds a CGMA designation. As the Staff Accountant at HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. she is responsible for establishing and reporting the financial status of the company and overseeing the day to day accounting functions in support of operational goals.