Craig Cox currently serves as President and Principal Scientist for Cox-Colvin & Associates, Inc, and is responsible for providing managerial and technical oversight on major environmental projects conducted by the firm under RCRA, CERCLA, and Brownfield programs. Cox-Colvin & Associates, Inc., founded in 1995, provides environmental consulting services to public and private sector clients throughout the United States. Mr. Cox began his environmental consulting career in 1987 with Geraghty & Miller, Inc, (Arcadis) where he became the firm’s Midwest Regional Manager of CERCLA projects. Mr. Cox is yhe inventor of the Vapor Pin®, a sub-slab soil gas sampling device, and is the primary architect of a variety of environmental database applications, including Data InspectorTM.
Mr. Cox received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Geology and Mineralogy from The Ohio State University and a Professional Degree in Hydrogeology from the Colorado School of Mines. Mr. Cox is a Certified Professional under Ohio EPA’s Voluntary Action Program and a co-author of “Background Metals Concentrations in Ohio Soils” (1996) and a contributing author on reports concerning background metals concentrations published by Ohio EPA.
Mr. Cox is also a founding member of the Association of Vapor Intrusion Professionals.