Al Edwards is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of Corporate Environmental Risk Management, LLC (C.E.R.M.)
Al Edwards has a Bachelor’s Degree of Science from Mississippi Valley State University in Industrial Technology, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Technology Management from Southern Polytechnics State University. Mr. Edwards served 8 years in the U.S. Army Reserve as a Quartermaster Officer, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Officers Basic Course. Mr. Edwards has received various post graduate training in business management from Dartmouth College.
Marcus L. Reese is the Co-Founder of Corporate Environmental Risk Management, LLC (C.E.R.M.)
As Co-Founder and Principal of C.E.R.M., Marcus provides leadership, corporate and project planning, and project costing for the firm. His responsibilities include Executive and Management Committee activities, proposal development, project accounting/ finance and managing the project operations/ execution function of the firm. Mr. Reese also heads the firm’s Remediation and Contracting Business Group.
C.E.R.M. is a is a minority-owned and operated professional environmental, engineering and consulting firm that provides a broad array of specialized consulting services to its corporate, governmental, institutional, transportation and real estate clients. C.E.R.M.’s operating philosophy is to place the client’s goals and objectives at the center of each project.
The company was formed in 1995 with one employee and has grown to over forty (40) engineers, scientists, managers, and technicians. The firm provides program management and technical services to governments, transportation entities, education organizations, and corporate interests throughout the southeast.
Our clientele consists of municipalities, and county governments, transportation authorities, financial institutions, real estate organizations, contractors, and select state and federal agencies. Our services are focused and provide solutions beyond the scope of traditional engineering firms.