Advancing Opportunity

LTE is a recognized environmental and engineering consulting firm specializing in managing risk for contaminated properties and sensitive areas. Since 1992, LTE has earned the trust and respect of clients from a diverse range of industries including oil & gas, real estate development, manufacturing, and transportation in both the public and private sectors.

OUR MISSION

AT LTE WE ARE CONNECTED TO OUR ENVIRONMENT, COMMITTED TO SMART WORK THAT DOES RIGHT BY PEOPLE, AND MAKES A DIFFERENCE.

CORE VALUES

FAST FACTS

25 Years in Business

13 Average Years of Experience

10+ Industries Served

11 Locations

IT'S ABOUT THE PEOPLE

It’s all about the people at LTE. With a company average of 13 years of experience, we are a diverse group of scientists and engineers that have provided our clients with the best in environmental and engineering consulting services for over 25 years.

Tom Murphy, P.G., C.P.G.

CEO/President

Tom Murphy, P.G., C.P.G.

CEO/President

Tom provides the leadership that has brought LTE from a team of two to over 100 with offices throughout the West. Tom’s vision has provided the guiding principles for LTE, from establishing our values to ensuring a culture that embraces those values.

John Peterson, P.G.

COO, Sr. Geologist

John Peterson, P.G.

COO, Sr. Geologist

John ensures all of LTE’s work gets done with the sound foundation, honesty, and integrity inherent in our values. He is an expert in assessment of fugitive methane, site characterization, and litigation support for oil and gas, transportation, and real estate clients.

Patrick Garland, P.G., C.S.P.

Director of Health and Safety

Patrick Garland, P.G., C.S.P.

Director of Health and Safety

Patrick fosters a culture of safety awareness and is responsible for LTE’s impeccable safety record. He provides safety training, conducts chemical risk studies, safety audits, and invests our staff with the knowledge and authority to stop work if conditions are unsafe.

MEET OUR PEOPLE
MEET OUR PEOPLE

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