Ken Richmond has practiced air quality management since 1976. He applies his knowledge of air quality modeling, boundary layer meteorology and numerical applications to a wide range of air quality studies supporting a diverse clientele. His broad experience encompasses air pathway studies supporting health risk assessments, air monitoring studies, dispersion modeling supporting air permitting, regional scale modeling for Class I area air quality-related value assessments, dispersion model development and hazardous chemical simulations for risk management prevention planning. Ken’s strengths include providing technical direction and strategy for complex air quality projects. He is highly skilled in negotiating with agencies at federal, state and local levels to obtain permits and assess compliance with environmental regulations.