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Robert C. Stuhlreyer, MBA, CIH
Office: Columbus
Position: Branch Manager

M.B.A., Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio, 2001

B.S., Geology, University of Cincinnati, 1986

Mr. Stuhlreyer is certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene in the comprehensive practice of industrial hygiene and in the subspecialty area of Indoor Environmental Quality. He is a licensed Asbestos Hazard Evaluation Specialist and Lead Risk Assessor.

He has more than 18 years of experience in industrial hygiene and safety, both as a consultant and as a Health and Safety Engineer at a major manufacturing facility. Mr. Stuhlreyer has managed, planned, and performed all aspects of both routine and specialized industrial hygiene and safety projects. Conducted more than 75 investigations into reports of building-related illness or sick building syndrome. Investigations included evaluation of air quality parameters (including carbon dioxide, thermal conditions, bioaerosols), heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, pollutant pathways, and information on building use patterns and building occupants. Established and presented more than 100 technical training sessions in a variety of workplace environments. He has managed, planned, and performed more than 80 projects involving assessment of worker exposures to chemical and physical agents.

Prior to joining Ungers & Associates, Inc., Mr. Stuhlreyer held overall responsibility for the health and safety and Workers' Compensation programs at the Columbus, Ohio-based manufacturing operations of Lucent Technologies and Celestica, Inc.

For the past four years, Bob has been the Occupational Safety & Health Officer for the City of Columbus Department of Public Service, responsible for reducing the number of occupational injuries/illnesses and their associated costs. A combination of injury prevention efforts and claims management has resulted in significant reductions in both areas over the last couple of years. The Department of Public Service has about 740 people and is responsible for - among other things - Refuse Collection, Street Maintenance (pothole patching, snow removal, Traffic Maintenance (installation of traffic signals, signs, pavement markings), Parking Enforcement, and inspection of contracted City projects. Bob supervises a staff of four professionals.