EBA Engineering Promotes James Sines to Lead Firm’s Environmental Engineering Practice
EBA Engineering, Inc. (EBA) has announced the promotion of James Sines, CHMM, to senior project manager and environmental engineering department manager. Sines joined EBA in 2005 and was previously a project manager.
“James is not only a very knowledgeable environmental professional, he’s also a favorite among our clients and staff for his friendliness, commitment, and extraordinary service,” said Steven Diggins, PE, EBA senior vice president.
Sines has more than 20 years of experience in due diligence, industrial hygiene, environmental health and safety, engineering design, environmental compliance, storage tank consulting, and remediation services.
He managed the environmental cleanup efforts for the deconstruction of the Maryland House of Correction prison facility in Jessup, Maryland; demolition of the St. Elizabeth Apartment Complex in Washington, DC; and construction of the new 61,000-square-foot Youth Detention Facility in Baltimore, Maryland.
Sines is currently providing environmental construction management services for the demolition of the former Kennecott Copper refinery facility as part of a multimillion-dollar expansion effort at the Cox Creek Dredge Material Containment Facility in Curtis Bay, Maryland. He is also involved in a multiyear groundwater remediation project on the state’s Eastern Shore.
Sines earned a master’s degree in environmental management from the University of Maryland University College and a bachelor’s degree in environmental analysis and planning from Frostburg State University. He is a certified hazardous materials manager (CHMM) and holds several environmental certifications.
A member of the American Council of Engineering Companies/Maryland, Sines has served on the environmental committee since 2009.