Michael Goldstein has more than 25 years of professional experience as an environmental remediation professional in both Industry and Government. His extensive and varied work experience has given him a unique perspective on the cleanup and reuse of former industrial properties.
In Industry, he has served as the Director of Global Remediation and Environmental Risk Management for 3 large multi-national manufacturing companies and in that capacity managed a portfolio of environmental remediation projects to ensure compliance with contractual indemnities and regulatory obligations and to ensure the financial resources are allocated and appropriately reported in Company financial statements. He also advised the companies on Mergers and Acquisitions, factory closures, and property transactions to minimize the creation of future environmental liabilities.
In Government, he worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in both Headquarters and Region 10 offices as an Analyst/Policy Writer and Remedial Project Manager in the Federal Superfund Program.
He also serves as a Board Member of the Surplus Property Roundtable (https://www.surpluspr.org/) and the Remediation Managers Roundtable (https://rmroundtable.org/).
Mr. Goldstein has a Master of Science Degree in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geology from Franklin and Marshall College.