Erica Plaisance is an environmental and safety specialist with project experience in the assessment of indoor and outdoor air quality, water quality, soil contamination, fire damage, water and mold damage, asbestos containing materials, lead based paint, Chinese drywall, and other contaminants. Erica’s involvement in these projects includes initial and follow-up field assessments; sample collection and interpretation of analytical data; research; development of audits, reports, scopes of work, restoration/remediation protocols, and operations and maintenance plans; project monitoring and document review; and project management. Erica has been involved in multiple catastrophe and emergency response projects, related to Hurricane Isaac, Hurricane Matthew, Cumberland River Flood, Baton Rouge Flood, Houston Flood, Kearney Flood, Napa Earthquake, Denver Hailstorm, and the Marco Polo Condo Fire in Honolulu, Hawaii. Erica has additional experience that includes assistance with Phase I environmental assessments, historical preservation, occupational safety assessments, in-plant industrial hygiene services, litigation support through research, and research and development for indoor air cleaning technologies.
Erica graduated from University of New Orleans with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Environmental Science and Policy, where she conducted multiple independent studies on environmental statistics and natural resource management.
Erica is currently a Florida licensed Mold Assessor; a Texas licensed Mold Assessment Consultant; a Hawaii and Louisiana licensed Asbestos Contractor Supervisor; a Hawaii licensed Asbestos Project Monitor; a Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Virginia licensed Asbestos Inspector; a Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas licensed Lead Inspector; a Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS); and a FLIR Level I Building Investigator.