Richard Muller


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Mr. Muller has over 40 years of experience in environmental stewardship and management with emphasis in NEPA and National Historical Preservation Act compliance, pollution prevention, conservation, and restoration. Clients have included all branches of the military, non-DoD facilities, state and local government, and private utilities. He served as a member of the HQ Department of the Army NEPA Support Team with specific responsibilities for assuring development, management, and final review of Army NEPA documents. He served as program manager for NEPA compliance for all U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) realignments and closures nationwide, providing technical leadership and assisting TRADOC in resolution of planning, design, construction, and other execution challenges. He managed and prepared the first NEPA EIS for a BRAC action for which a Record of Decision was signed (Fort Dix, NJ). Mr. Muller prepared the first programmatic EA for offshore disposal of demilitarized armored vehicles. This project provided training for Army Reserve personnel while creating an enduring reef habitat on barren sea floor areas. He prepared or managed preparation of numerous EAs and EISs for military and civil works projects including the 2002 Winter Games Olympic Village Site at Fort Douglas, UT; BRAC Transfer of Fort Pickett, VA; Military Traffic Management Command Consolidation at Fort Eustis, VA; and Floodproofing and Shoreline Stabilization Measures, Fort Monroe, VA.

Mr. Muller holds a BS in biology from Taylor University and an MS in oceanography from Old Dominion University.