Craig Ramich leads True North’s building sciences and diagnostics service line and manages East Coast operations. He has distinguished himself as a technical expert on water intrusion and mold issues, as well as hazardous material assessment. Craig has served as a technical expert in some of the largest water intrusion/mold claims in recent history, including a $45 million settlement for the Sugar Bay Resort in St. Thomas (2018) and the $39 million settlement for MetroPlace at Camp Springs apartment complex in Suitland, Maryland (2017). He has more than 30 years of environmental consulting experience and is a certified safety professional (12380) and licensed mold assessor in the District of Columbia and Florida.
Over the course of his career, Craig has managed large, high-profile indoor air quality investigations, environmental assessments for mergers and acquisitions, air permitting and modeling, and health and safety compliance projects. Currently, he manages a 260+ unit apartment complex’s mold remediation project in Baltimore, Maryland; a 144+ unit mold remediation project at a senior living community in Landover, Maryland; a 166+ unit mold remediation project of a hotel in Wilmington, North Carolina; and a recently completed clearance of a 380+ bed hospital in Panama City, Florida following Hurricane Michael.
Craig’s approach to managing projects is to act as our clients’ technical advocate, focusing on both the overall business objectives and the technical aspects.
Craig holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering, Air Option, from the Pennsylvania State University.