As the Chief Executive Officer of NRI GmbH, Scott Holbrook is responsible for the overall vision and direction of an organization, making the final decisions over all NRI operations. He is the lead program manager, as well as, GIS and Environmental Specialist for NRI. Mr. Holbrook coordinates with the NRI project teams and clients to ensure that each projects progress runs smoothly and according to plan, while meeting customer requirements. Mr. Holbrook has over 25 years of experience working with the U.S. Army in Europe in the fields of Geospatial Data, Environmental Stewardship of Military Lands and Project Management.
As the Chief Operating Officer Ms. Spingola is responsible for the daily operation of the company, and routinely is in communication with to the chief executive officer (CEO). She assists in contract acquisition and management as well as contract bid preparation. Ms. Spingola is also responsible for a brand’s image, experience, and promise, and propagating it throughout all aspects of the company, overseeing marketing, advertising, design, public relations and customer service departments.
As director of operations for NRI LLC, Ms. Schreder has been heavily involved in the U.S. Army’s RTLA program since 2007. Ms. Schreder is a specialist in the areas of watershed management, erosion control and stream rehabilitation. She has over 20 years of experience in corrective land management project planning and in charge of erosion control, road repair, ditch and culvert construction projects for NRI LLC and supervises Preventative and Corrective Land Management Projects for NRI LLC over a three State area in the Western United States including Oregon, Idaho and northern California. She has developed watershed repair and management plans for over 15 projects, as well as, developed resource protection and implementation plans for the U.S. Forest Service in the areas of trail and road construction, restoration and erosion control measures.
Mr. Arnold is a Senior GIS Analyst and Professional Forester assigned with geospatial data development, natural resource management data collection and Natura 2000 mapping for projects to reduce range encroachment and to enable a sustainable maneuver terrain. Responsible for performing the update and maintenance of range encroachment data, TES surveys and management plans, environmental geospatial data and vegetation surveys.
Mr. Baltes is currently a GIS and Database Specialist assigned with the development of geospatial data for the USAG Kaiserslautern DPW. He consults with the Facilities Engineer in the update of geospatial data for force protection, facility utilization and site maps. Mr. Baltes provides project review and quality assurance for geospatial projects within the DPW. He coordinates with USAFE on spatial data sharing for the combined military community. In previous years, Mr. Baltes was the Master Planner, director of GIS/CAD department and IGI&S Manager for USAG Rheinland-Pfalz. He was responsible for the MCA program, 1391 Processing, COR, RPlans, GFEBS, ISR, Site Approvals and As-Builts.
For over 25 years, Peter Currie has specialized in Planning and Engineering for the U.S. Army. Mr. Currie worked in the Stationing Department for ODCSENGR/IMCOM Europe for over 15 years. He is an expert at executing stationing plans, coordinating the needs of the community, analyzing processes and disseminating planning data, while meeting the demands of the Military Mission.
Ms. de la Huerta has been an integral part of the SRP GIS program in Grafenwoehr, Germany for the last 2 years. She is responsible for assisting with database and web based application tasks, including technical support for the Online Range Development Plan and SRP Data-master. She is a programmer proficient in HTML, Java, Visual Basic and C++. She is proficient in Microsoft SQL Server 6.X and Microsoft Active Server Page, ArcIMS and ArcSDE. Ms. de la Huerta has been working with NRI for the last 8 years on a project-related basis.
Mr. Elyn served as the Landscape Architect at U.S. Army 5th Corps Headquarters in Frankfurt from 1977 to 1992. He specialized in landscape architecture designs for erosion control used on U.S. Army training areas throughout Europe before the LRAM program was started. Mr. Elyn contributed to the Environmental and ITAM programs for Europe installations for 35 years with a specific focus on Natural and Cultural Resource Management Plans, LRAM and RTLA. He served as the USAREUR/IMCOM Agronomist. Mr. Elyn currently reviews DD Form 1391’s for environmental compliance and environmental impact statements (EIS), manages cultural resources and interprets Host Nation regulatory requirements for Final Governing Standards and environmental laws throughout Europe. He is fluent in French, Flemish (Dutch), German and English.
Mr. Graner has been with the U.S. Army Europe Region Environmental Office for 8 years as an environmental and forest engineer. He is responsible for all technical aspects of data collection involving environmental baseline surveys and environmental impacts statements. His expertise is specifically focused on European regulatory requirements pertaining to the U.S. Army’s base and training area operations.
Sven Hauch-Achstetter is an experienced geospatial coordinator and technician. For over 15 years, he has worked in the fields of mapping, digitizing, geospatial management, analysis and map layout for USAG Kaiserslautern Department of Public Works in the Environmental Division. He updates and manages geospatial data for hazardous substances, solid wastes, tree inventories, endangered and threatened species and cultural resources. Mr. Hauch-Achstetter helps to manage remediation and compensation sites, spill prevention and response, as well as the necessary data for understanding environmental constraints. He provides expert knowledge and leadership to interested parties with classroom and personal training. He helps decision makers effectively coordinate their efforts through understanding how Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be optimized for positive results.
Mr. Klemm has over 36 years of professional and managerial experience, supervising up to 25 employees and subcontractors. He has managed over 40 task orders for the U.S. Army in Europe, involving geospatial data systems (GIS), detection and geodetic surveys of utility lines, remote sensing, computer modelling, aerial photography and other related fields.
Mr. Löffler has been the authority on U.S. Army Europe Region Master Planning, Real Property, RPLANS, ASIP and facility utilization for over 35 years. As a past employee at the HQ USAREUR/ODCSENGR and HQ IMCOM level in the Engineering and Real Property/Master Planning Divisions, he has specific expertise and knowledge about HQDA driven information systems to provide concise analysis to senior leadership. He has technical and developmental knowledge of data from various key U.S. Army systems (e.g. Real Property inventory, RPLANS, ASIP, etc.).
Mr. Scavone has 40 years of architecture, design, personnel management, leadership, military master planning and facility engineering experience. He was the Director of Public Works for USAG Mannheim, Germany. He began his career with the U.S. Army as the military master planner. He created and was responsible for the Master Plan for the military community and the comprehensive facility engineering mission for 27 years.
Mrs. Schneider is a competitive business developer with entrepreneurial expertise, working for Match Rider, a ride-sharing start up. She also works as a business developer for NRI and assists with social media, website design and marketing.
Mr. Schreder is a professional range ecologist with over twenty-four years of experience in all facets of range management, including range analysis and vegetation examination. He has over 20 years of experience in the field conducting vegetation mapping, riparian area management, sampling and site rehabilitation. A staff member and natural resource consultant for fifteen years with the Oregon State University Agriculture Extension Office with emphasis in resource evaluation, mapping and spatial analysis. Since 2007, Mr. Schreder has been a consultant to the U.S. Army in Hohenfels, Germany in the subject matter of range planning, vegetation management and RTLA. He has developed the techniques currently used for the study of encroaching vegetation and the effects on training and range sustainability. Mr. Schreder has been with Natural Resource Innovations LLC based in Lakeview, Oregon since 1998.