David Bullock has more than two decades of experience in the environmental field and has successfully led a variety of projects from both a technical and financial perspective. He supervises a multi-disciplinary staff of scientists and engineers as they conduct research and provide technical assistance to support air quality management, energy, and global climate change policies and programs. He also develops new programs, initiatives, and collaborations with university and business partners, and is responsible for the financial performance and quality of the work performed within the group.
Mr. Bullock specializes in the development and implementation of air quality regulations. His work experience includes managing projects for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and other government and commercial clients, and providing corporate air program permitting and compliance support for a major electric utility. This work has included managing programs and projects; identifying industrial facilities with superior environmental performance; supporting regulatory development; preparing industry sector profiles; estimating air emissions; developing air emission inventories; identifying emission control options and pollution prevention strategies; estimating the capital and annual costs, non-air impacts, and energy impacts for emission control options; conducting facility surveys for information collection requests; public comment processing; and developing training manuals and conducting air quality management workshops.