About Cameron-Cole

Cameron-Cole is committed to conducting its business responsibilities consistent with the highest levels of performance expected by its clients, its employees and its shareholders. Cameron-Cole’s team brings proven expertise to each client assignment. These experts include our staff scientists, engineers, geologists, hydrogeologists, and technicians as well as consulting experts that include policy analysts, social accountants, energy use specialists, architects and LEED® experts, product certification experts, sustainability data managers, and partners outside of the U.S. to extend our reach and assist in market-specific knowledge and experience.


Cameron-Cole was established in 2001 as an independent environmental services firm. Its staff has provided services to a diverse clientele in the transportation, consumer products, construction materials, financial services, Internet services, manufacturing, petrochemical, aerospace, and waste management industries, as well as government and other public sectors.

Our chosen field of services includes the most difficult issues that challenge society today. These challenges require solutions that will stand the test of time. Our solutions must recognize the social, economic and environmental implications and balance among these. Recognizing these challenges, we are committed to deliver services and solutions that are the product of the best collaboration of all appropriate resources and expertise of the firm.

John Bondurant

Executive Vice President

John Bondurant

  • Leads Cameron-Cole’s team providing national environmental due diligence services
  • Experienced manager of subsurface investigations at hundreds of petroleum and hazardous waste sites throughout the Southeast with an emphasis in Florida; has extensive experience in brownfield and other property redevelopment projects including leading environmental assessments for commercial property transactions and management of construction and remediation projects
  • Founder and leader of Cameron-Cole’s Pensacola operations, manages Pensacola financial and personnel operations
  • M.B.A., University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida; B.S., Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama; B.S., University of West Florida, Pensacola
Anthony J. Carmeli, P.G.

Senior Hydrogeologist, Regional Manager

Anthony Carmeli

  • Almost 20 years of technical field experience including monitoring well design and installation, development of groundwater sampling protocols for facilities throughout the United States, management of Subtitle C and Subtitle D landfill compliance program, development of program protocols and quality assurance programs, monitoring daily project activities, point of contact with clients and regulatory agencies, and senior review of all permits and reports submitted to the regulating agency
  • Registered Professional Geologist: Wyoming, Utah
  • M.S., State University of New York, College of Environmental Science & Forestry, Syracuse, New York; B.S., Oneonta State University, Oneonta, New York
Jorge Caspary, P.G.


Jorge Caspary

  • Twenty-five years of experience in technical and management decisions in the areas of environmental assessment and site cleanup, solid and hazardous waste management, RCRA/CERCLA program and policies, brownfields redevelopment, and contaminated property reuse strategies
  • Was involved in the development and implementation of new environmental policy, rules, and guidance as the former Director of the Division of Waste Management within the Florida Department of Environmental Protection; has consulted and provided strategic direction and technical support on complex closures of contaminated properties and has also engaged with other states and EPA regional and headquarters regulators
  • Registered Professional Geologist: Florida; B.S., Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida; B.S., University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Jerome Edwards, C.P.G., ERM 

President, Co-Founder of Cameron-Cole

Jerome Edwards

  • Provides oversight of company risk management and contract administration
  • Assists multidisciplinary company teams addressing environmental topics for governmental and industrial clients. Experience includes Superfund sites, RCRA Corrective Actions, voluntary industrial site remediations (brownfields), support to RCRA permit holders, and litigation support
  • Certified Professional Geologist: Virginia; B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Timothy Hobbs

Chief Operations Officer, Principal Hydrogeologist, Co-Founder of Cameron-Cole

Timothy Hobbs

  • Leads company operations, HR and financial administration
  • Provides oversight of program management and project administration to multidisciplinary teams conducting hydrogeologic and hydrochemical investigations, CERCLA investigations, RCRA facility investigations, environmental management, and regulatory and enforcement negotiations
  • M.S., New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico; B.S., West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
Mike Stephenson, ERM

Principal Scientist, Regional Manager

Mike Stephenson

  • Over 15 years of experience in project management, performing multimedia risk assessments, soil and groundwater characterization, database management, and technical support for closure projects for commercial and government clients; has managed several soil and groundwater investigation projects designed to incorporate human health and ecologically-based risk analyses
  • An accredited Environmental Risk Manager, he prepares environmental liability estimates for large industrial clients
  • M.B.A., St. Mary’s College of California, Moraga, California; B.A., University of California at Santa Barbara, California

Recent News

Since 2011, Cameron-Cole has quantified and publicly reported our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions inventory to The Climate Registry. The boundaries of our inventory include Scope 1 emissions (from metered natural gas; company-owned vehicles and equipment; hydrofluorocarbons from refrigerant usage) and Scope 2 emissions (from purchased electricity). Our footprint is consistent with that of a typical environmental services provider. The majority of our emissions are a result of purchased electricity, followed by fleet vehicle emissions. Our goal in future inventories is to actively work to decrease our total footprint.

Fresh Solutions

Cameron-Cole has established strategic teaming agreements to provide a broader reach of services. We can also bring a team of experts in assessment, insurance, medical counsel and legal counsel, if necessary, to address the full spectrum of a client’s needs, such as policy development, liability assessment, and expert testimony.