Bill is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and a graduate of the Georgia
Institute of Technology where he remains very active in the School of
Civil and Environmental Engineering including service as an adjunct
professor teaching business innovation. He is a Registered
Professional Engineer in multiple states and a LEED Accredited
Professional. Formerly Vice President of EMCON Associates and
President and founder of Chattahoochee Geotechnical Consultants, Bill
merged his company with EMCON in 1993 and ultimately formed ET
Environmental. Bill’s areas of industry expertise are in the biogas,
renewable natural gas, compressed natural gas, solid waste, and
environmental remediation fields.
Cleveland Owers III, President of ET, is an accomplished senior
executive with 20 years of experience within the oil & gas,
petrochemical, power, industrial, manufacturing & distribution,
and environmental markets. With EPC leadership capabilities, Cleveland
has successfully executed domestic and international projects valued
in the multi-billions. Cleveland has an entrepreneurial spirit and
ambitious drive that focuses on team principles and best practices.
He offers operational efficiencies and leverages extensive experiences
solving organizational issues, while implementing innovative solutions
and adapting to ever-evolving change.
Howard joined ET Environmental in 1999 as a Controller and has served
as Chief Financial Officer since 1999. He earned a Bachelor of
Business Administration in Accounting from the University of
Cincinnati and was responsible for the creation of the Forecasting
system currently used by ET. Howard currently leads ET’s Accounting
Department located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Humberto Lopez is ET’s East Region Executive Vice President and has
more than 30 years of diversified experience in food and beverage,
manufacturing, petrochemical and commercial projects for
multi-national corporations in the US and Latin America. Humberto has
had a successful career in business unit management, business
development and project development including general contracting,
design-build and EPC, contract negotiations, material procurement and
general coordination with clients, consultants, vendors, and contractors.
Mark Ballew is a Senior Vice President with more than 39 years of
environmental management experience. His experience includes site
assessments, due diligence studies, environmental engineering and
permitting, facility decontamination and demolition, landfill
construction and closure, and waste processing facility construction.
Mark has assisted both public and private agencies with the management
of environmental projects, and prior to ET, functioned as a group
leader for engineering design and construction services for a national
environmental engineering company. Mark is a licensed general
contractor in 15 states.
Mike is an Executive Vice President in charge of overseeing all
operations of ET Environmental’s West Region. He is a graduate of the
University of Nebraska where he earned a Bachelor of Science in
Construction Management. Mike has nearly 30 years of construction
management experience, including heavy construction, infrastructure,
industrial, transportation, solid waste, and remediation construction
projects. He has completed challenging projects all around the world
and is currently based in the Seattle, Washington area.