Clean Vapor Welcomes Sebastian Grant as the Newest Project Manager

Clean Vapor welcomes Sebastian Grant as the newest Project Manager to join the Science and Technology team in the New Jersey office. Sebastian has worked on various state-led and USEPA projects as an environmental engineer over the last ten years. He has also completed hundreds of Phase l and Phase ll environmental assessments. Sebastian’s background includes investigating, monitoring, and remediating contaminants found in the air, groundwater, and soil. 

“Joining Clean Vapor allows me to be more involved in the installation process, to be more hands-on in the role of protecting people,” says Sebastian. “Whether it is protecting people from environmental hazards or artificial dangers, I enjoy being an active part of the solution. Clean Vapor has a dedicated and passionate team that puts what’s best for human health and what is best for the building at the forefront of all they do. I am happy to be joining a company recognized as an industry leader and is continuing to grow its team of professionals.” 

“Sebastian is a key member of the Clean Vapor team,” says Dan Leandri, Director of Engineering for Clean Vapor. “His extensive knowledge and experience as an environmental consultant and project manager strengthen our ability to serve existing clients and develop new relationships in the Mid-Atlantic market. He has already assumed the project management role for a priority client at a legacy brownfields site. Technically, Sebastian is a talented scientist and a personable client manager. Our Science and Technology team has and will continue to benefit from Sebastian’s well-rounded environmental background and his experience with large VI projects.”

Sebastian has worked on state-led and USEPA projects. Over the last ten years, he has completed hundreds of Phase l and ll assessments for buyers, sellers, banks, and private equity. His wide range of experience and investigative knowledge makes him a value-add to any project.

Clean Vapor, The Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Company, was launched in 2007 by industry expert Tom Hatton as a total solution company providing building-specific diagnostics, designs, installation, and monitoring services. Vapor intrusion mitigation systems improve indoor air quality by preventing harmful soil gas vapors from entering the indoor environment. Clean Vapor has mitigated over 30 million square feet of industrial, residential, and retail space, and company leaders have contributed to various state and federal vapor intrusion guidance documents. 

Clean Vapor continues to provide vapor intrusion mitigation services for new construction and existing buildings. The company works with the nation’s largest engineering and environmental firms and several aerospace and DOD contractors. Clean Vapor is headquartered in Blairstown, NJ, with offices in Charlotte, NC; Atlanta, GA; Chattanooga, TN; and Southern California.