About CAMS eSPARC
eSPARC is a full-service environmental consulting firm that delivers expert strategies for permitting and regulatory compliance. We support the full spectrum of energy businesses and industrial facilities that value cost-efficient, effective solutions.
Our team of skilled engineers and scientists works closely with facility owners, plant managers, asset managers, and operations staff. As a result of our approach, expertise, and experience, we produce results that help businesses grow while meeting environmental requirements.
Learn more about our strategic services, our work in compliance, and the industries we serve.
Why companies choose eSPARC
We address immediate needs and long-term goals
While many consulting firms focus only on obtaining environmental permits, eSPARC negotiates permits that truly support our clients' ongoing operations. After permit issuance, we provide compliance support to streamline implementation of new requirements and reporting obligations.
Makes recommendations that consider the needs of both owners and operators.
Considers how regulatory terms will impact a business for years to come: hiring requirements, reporting, equipment needs, and ongoing costs.
Respects budget and schedule constraints.
eSPARC offers extensive resources and experience for client projects
eSPARC is an affiliate company of Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS), which supports some of the largest financial institutions, independent power producers, manufacturers, and private equity firms in the world. eSPARC has extensive knowledge of CAMS-managed industries and uses this background to support clients more efficiently and cost-effectively than other providers.
Our team has decades of environmental management, air and water quality permitting, and compliance experience. Our background includes work with the chemical, electrical, oil & gas, and federal government sectors as well as operations, management, and legal support.
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Mona Caesar Johnson, P.E.
Mona Johnson has over twenty-five years of environmental management experience with an emphasis on air quality permitting and compliance projects and due diligence assessments. She joined CAMS in 2009 as a Regional Regulatory and Compliance Manager responsible for directing corporate-level multimedia environmental and regulatory programs for several power generation facilities. In 2013, Mona formed eSPARC, a CAMS affiliate company. Mona has grown eSPARC from one employee to a successful multi-disciplinary consulting firm with projects in a wide variety of industrial sectors including specialty chemical manufacturing, electric power generation, oil and gas, refining, and marine terminals. Her career also includes twelve years as a consultant with AECOM legacy companies (URS Corporation, Radian, and Dames & Moore) and four years of active duty military experience as a US Army officer. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering from Syracuse University. Mona is a licensed professional engineer in Connecticut, Georgia, New Mexico, and Texas.
Kat Galloway is a Principal Scientist leading eSPARC’s environmental and air permitting program for the oil and gas industry. Based out of Austin, Texas, Kat has thirteen years of experience working with the energy and chemical industries, with expertise in air quality, air permitting and compliance, greenhouse gas management, ambient air monitoring, air dispersion modeling, and multimedia compliance assessments. She is versed in oil & gas emissions calculations software such as ProMax, E&P TANK, GLY‐Calc, and AMINECalc. Recently at eSPARC, Kat is also managing multimedia environmental compliance for a suite of renewable energy assets in the Southwest. Kat provides ongoing pro bono environmental and air permitting assistance to government entities and small businesses across Texas through participation in TCEQ’s EnviroMentor program.
Nuria de las Casas
Nuria de las Casas has over eighteen years of experience in the areas of multimedia environmental permitting and compliance, with a focus on the oil and energy industries. She has worked professionally in Spain and the United States, leading complex air permitting, air dispersion modeling, environmental impact assessments, environmental due diligence projects, and human health risk assessments. At eSPARC, she is the senior Program Manager for our Air Permitting and Sustainability Services Groups. Nuria is based in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to joining the CAMS team in 2010, and eSPARC in 2013, she worked for URS for eleven years. Nuria earned a Master of Science level Chemical Engineering degree from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and is fluent in English, Spanish and French.
Leslie Cook Wong
Leslie Cook Wong has over twenty years of air and multi-media environmental permitting and management experience as well as sustainability program development and implementation experience. Prior to eSPARC, Leslie delivered environmental consulting services as an Air Quality and Climate Change Partner at Environmental Resources Management and in various roles with other environmental consulting companies. In addition, she held in-house roles at Waste Management as their Director of Greenhouse Gas Programs and Energy Developments as their regulatory analyst.
Patrick Brosnan, Esq.
Patrick Brosnan joined eSPARC in June of 2015 following two years with the New York law firm Veneruso, Curto, Schwartz & Curto. Patrick performs a wide range of environmental consulting services including regulatory interpretation and compliance, project due diligence, and environmental audits. He also develops and supports corporate sustainability, ESG (Environmental Social Governance) reporting programs, and environmental, health and safety management systems.
Sam Hong has three years of experience in the areas of multimedia environmental permitting and compliance, with a focus on the chemical manufacturing and energy industries. At eSPARC, he is the Project Manager for our Multimedia Permitting and Sustainability Services Groups. Prior to joining the eSPARC team in 2015, Sam worked for the chemical manufacturer, Blue Line Corporation and for a midstream company in North America, Kinder Morgan. Sam earned a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at San Antonio and Bachelor of Science degree in Bioenvironmental Science from Texas A&M University. Sam is fluent in English and Korean.