In May of 2016, Matthew Clark established Green Site Services Group, Inc., a company initially focused on property maintenance and disaster restoration. Previously, he had teamed up with his brother to form TMC Environmental after graduating college. He served in the capacity of CEO at TMC for 20 years leading it from a small start-up to a formidable presence in New England. Soon, Matthew realized that TMC had reached critical mass through organic growth and began the process of seeking to expand through mergers and acquisitions, which lead to a merger of two of the largest and most well-respected environmental services firms in New England with ENPRO Services.
Within a year of integrating the companies, ENPRO was positioned firmly as an industry leader which drew sharp attention of some of the much larger national competitors in the environmental marketspace. Soon thereafter, ENPRO was acquired by National Response Corporation where he stayed with the firm for a short period to ensure an orderly transition to the new company.
Matthew Clark grew up in Bellingham, MA, where he spent his time working in the family real estate development business while attending high school. Upon graduating, he pursued a Bachelor of Science Degree in Professional Chemistry from Bridgewater State University. While attending university, Clark continued working in the family business, where his experience and responsibilities developed from field technician to senior management.
After graduating from college, Clark teamed up with his brother to form TMC Environmental. Clark served as CEO at TMC for 20 years leading it from a small start-up to a formidable presence in New England. Clark realized that TMC had reached critical mass through organic growth and began seeking to expand through mergers and acquisitions. He researched the market landscape and identified ENPRO Services, which lead to a merger of two of the largest and most well-respected environmental services firms in New England. The merged entity, Enpro Holdings Group or simply “ENPRO,” became the premier environmental services provider in the Northeast with offices throughout New England, New York, New Jersey, and Florida.
As CEO of ENPRO, Clark began the challenging process of integrating two companies with distinctly different cultures and systems. Within a year of integrating the companies, ENPRO was positioned firmly as an industry leader, drawing the attention of some of the larger national competitors in the environmental market space. ENPRO merged with National Response Corporation (NRC) in 2016. Mr. Clark stayed with the firm for a short period to ensure an orderly transition to the new company.
In May of 2016, Clark established Green Site Services Group, Inc. – a company focused on site development and environmental services. Along with his corporate duties, Mr. Clark has availed himself to public service and philanthropy initiatives. The Worcester Business Journal membership voted him one of 2009’s “40 under Forty” in the community. He regularly donates his time and resources as a member of various organizations.
Mr. Clark grew up in Bellingham, MA, working in the family real estate development business while attending Blackstone Valley Technical Regional Vocational High School. Upton Graduating, Clark received a degree in Civil Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology.
In 1985 Mr. Clark worked in Evergreen Construction d/b/a Evergreen Enviro, a family-owned business. Since the start of his career in 1985, Mr. Clark has worked as a field technician, foreman, supervisor, chief estimator, and COO. In 1995, Clark established TMC Services, Inc. d/b/a TMC Environmental alongside his brother Matthew. TMC Services merged with ENPRO in 2015 and subsequently sold to NRC.
Mr. Clark has over 25 years of experience as a business owner and 30+ years of experience in commercial and industrial land development, commercial building, site remediation, emergency response, hazardous waste treatment and disposal, underground/above storage tanks, and fuel facilities. Mr. Clark has acquired licensing in his field, including:
- G-12 Contractor
- Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
- HAZWOPER Trained
- Hoisting Engineer
- International Code Council (ICC) Certified
- Licensed Construction Supervisor
- Oil Burner Technician
- UST Third Party Inspector
- Wastewater Treatment Installer
In 2016, the brothers established Green Site Services Group Inc. Mr. Clark has direct responsibility for the company’s day-to-day field operations. Through his leadership, he has developed a staff of diligent professionals that are proficient, discerning, and committed to providing a safe work environment and a superior customer experience.
As Controller at Green Site Services Group, Inc., Ms. Hobson guides financial decisions and protects assets by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies, operations/procedures, and internal controls. Hobson believes that attention to detail and clear company procedures are fundamental aspects of a successful Controller, both of which she strives to implement in her daily tasks.
Hobson has over 25 years of experience as a bookkeeper/accountant in the construction trades industry. Hobson also received her Associate’s Degree in Business Management/Accounting from Massasoit Community College.
In 1993, Hobson began her career as an Assistant Bookkeeper. Over time, Hobson’s responsibilities grew from Assistant Bookkeeper to Senior Bookkeeper/Office Manager. Her responsibilities have included but are not limited to payroll, yearend audits, collections, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and preparing job proposals. Most recently, Hobson has begun training our Junior Associates to manage our employee handbook and payroll software.
Mark Pascale brings over 30 years of construction management and environmental remediation experience to Green Site Services Group, Inc. His specialties include land development, commercial and industrial contracting, site remediation & emergency response, and fueling system design & construction. Pascale has worked for various municipal, state, and federal agencies, real estate developers, engineering firms, and national retailers. His most notable projects include:
- Constructing regional fuel depot facilities for the US Postal Service
- Tenant fit-up of a 54,000 square foot industrial facility
- Fast-track emergency fuel system replacement for a 445-bed community hospital
- Multi-award task order projects at Hanscom and Westover Air Force Bases.
Pascale holds several certifications relative to his field, including:
- Confined Space Entry (CSE) & Rescue
- CSX Railroad Emergency Operations
- Massachusetts Home Improvement Contractor (HIC)
- NIMS Incident Commander
- OSHA HAZWOPER Trained
- Unrestricted Construction Supervisor
Keith Buchanan joins Green Site Services Group, Inc. with over 20 years of experience as a project manager, including nearly a decade working with the Clark brothers at TMC Services and later NRC. Buchanan specializes in:
- Clean-up regulations
- Contaminants associated with petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, metals, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
- Emergency response
- Environmental remediation
- Site investigation
- General site construction
- UST removals
- Soil & groundwater treatment
Buchanan holds the following certifications:
- Confined Space Entry (CSE) Awareness Training
- CSX Railroad Safety Training
- Excavation and Trenching Safety Training
- Fall Protection Safety Training
- FEMA Incident Command and Management System Training ICS-100, ICS-200, IS-700, IS-800, IS-235, Emergency Planning, and IS-0005 Hazardous Materials Training
- First Aid and CPR Training
- Loss Prevention System (LPS) Certification
- Medical Respirator Clearance
- OSHA HAZWOPER Training
Buchanan’s current responsibilities include day-to-day oversight and management of residential and commercial construction projects.
Andrew Donoghue, LSP is a Project Manager at Green Site Services Group, Inc. specializing in historical site and vicinity research, subsurface investigation, light non-aqueous phase (LNAPL) mobility assessments; identification and assessment of actual and potential impacts to human and environmental receptors; development of conceptual site models for complex sites; and evaluation & implementation of remedial solutions for contaminated properties.
Donoghue has nearly 30 years of consulting experience, having provided senior management for all aspects of petroleum and hazardous waste site cleanup projects. Donoghue has completed over a hundred Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and dozens of Phase II Site Assessments as part of real estate due diligence services provided to developers, lending institutions, individuals, and municipalities.
Donoghue holds the following certifications:
- Confined Space Entry Training
- Licensed Safety Professional (LSP)
- OSHA HAZWOPER Training
- OSHA Supervisor’s Training
- Task and Jobsite Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Training
Mr. Fay has 37 years of experience managing and supervising environmental remedial actions including three classic ERRS type emergencies, seven non-emergency ERRS and hundreds of other non-ERRS environmental Task Orders. Fay has over 30 years working knowledge of oil, petroleum, hazardous wastes, waste manifesting, profiling, and waste classifications as well as 21 years working knowledge of shipping, labeling and placarding hazmat. He has prepared and written over 65 technical/ cost reports. Mr. Fay has managed and served as Point of Contact for over 55 subcontracts with a maximum of 8 simultaneous subcontracts. He has seven years of RCMS cost management experience. As Site Safety Officer on numerous projects, he has working knowledge of OSHA H&S regulations. He has 29 years working knowledge using field screening instrumentation including Personnel Air Monitoring, Lumex, organic vapor analyzers, combustible gas indicators and toxic gas meters. He has managed T&D for 56 sites involving more than 75 waste streams. Mr. Fay has seven years of experience in RCMS, tracking, reporting daily costs and coordinating site procurement. Mr. Fay holds the following certifications:
- OSHA 40-hr Required Training for Hazardous Waste / CHES Corporate, 1988
- 8-hr Refresher Course, 3/13
- Certified CPR & Basic First Aid, 1988
- Refresher Training, 7/12; Confined Space Rescue, 1988
- Excavation and Trenching Competent Training, 1988
- Lead Safety Training, 1988
- Benzene Training, 1988
- Arsenic Training, 1988
- OSHA 8-hr Supervisor Training for Hazardous Waste / CHES Corporate, 1996
- Supervisor Substance Abuse Awareness Training / CHES Corporate, 1998
- Bloodborne Pathogens, 1998
- 40-hr Asbestos Supervisor, 2012
- ICS Levels 100, 200, 5/12; ICS Level 300, 10/12; ICS Level 400, 1/13; NIMS Levels 700 and 800, 6/12
- E-RailSAFE System Training, 4/12
- ICS Level 339, 2/13
- Under round Safety Seminar Training, 3/18
- Program Management Training / RCMS Training, 4/13