Ed and Ron on a family trip to Austria in 1990—behind them, the inspiration for Alpine?
Ron Peik, president
Ron earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, with a focus on thermodynamics, HVAC systems and indoor air quality. He worked for two years as a civilian engineer for the US Air Force before getting into the environmental remediation industry in 1988. He founded Alpine Environmental with his father, Ed Peik, in 1991. Ron served as president of the Lead and Environmental Hazards Association (LEHA), a national industry organization, from 2013 to 2016. He is council-certified by the ACAC for Microbial Remediation and a member of the Indoor Air Quality Association. He is also active in several New England area contracting associations, including the Eastern MA chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (EM NARI) where he is both a board member and Government Affairs Committee co-chair. Ron has been featured as a lead paint and mold remediation expert on seven episodes of PBS’s “This Old House.” His dedication and professionalism have earned him a great deal of respect in the contracting world. Outside of Alpine, Ron has a very active family life, enjoying outdoor activities and traveling with his wife and their five children.
Ed Peik, vice president
As co-founder of Alpine, Ed brings over 40 years of civil and environmental engineering experience to the company. With a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree from the City College of New York, he has held positions in government, industry, and private consulting. The projects he has been involved with are as diverse as air traffic control facilities, utility systems for college campuses, airport fuel facilities, large subdivisions and power plants. He enjoys time with his family, and especially enjoys discussions about science, nature, history, or practically any topic, with his five grandchildren.
Theresa Clasby, general manager
Theresa joined Alpine in January 2014 as Administrative Director. Previously, as Vice President of Administration at a local specialty construction company, Theresa worked for 16 years in Sales/Marketing, IT, Accounting and Administration. Here at Alpine, she is an invaluable addition, overseeing Marketing, IT, and Business Administration. Theresa also brings along her Beagle-Terrier mix, Irish, who has quickly become best friends with the other dogs in the office. In her spare time, Theresa enjoys spending time with her husband and son as well as with her large extended family.
Todd Drew, client services
Todd has over 20 years of experience managing Alpine’s lead paint abatement projects, and is also a licensed Construction Supervisor. Not only is he an expert in lead paint abatement, but also in the laws and regulatory issues surrounding the business. Our customers are constantly impressed by his knowledge, friendly and helpful attitude, and dedication to guiding them through their projects. Outside of work, Todd enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, snowmobiling, camping and mountain-biking.
Ryan DeMoura, client services
Ryan joined Alpine in March, 2013. Prior to that, he worked as Program Manager for the City of Lowell’s Lead Paint Abatement Program. In this role he managed dozens of lead paint projects in that city, allowing him to bring an important project management perspective to the Alpine sales team. Ryan also manages Alpine’s mold remediation projects. He is an expert on the many types of mold problems people can face, the methods to treat them, and preventing future mold problems. Outside of work, Ryan enjoys spending time with his wife Faye, their Bassett Hound Leonard, and Mia the cat. Ryan is also a gifted musician and especially enjoys playing the guitar.
Mark Doyle, client services
Mark graduated from Franklin Pierce University with a double major in criminal justice and sociology, but eventually found that his interests and gifts were in the remodeling and construction areas. Mark has over ten years of experience in these fields. He has worked as a field supervisor, project estimator and sales manager, and has immersed himself in the industry. Mark prides himself on providing outstanding customer satisfaction, and will always go the extra mile to prove this true. Outside of work, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife Jen, daughter Cece, and dog Louie. In addition, he loves sports, camping, and enjoys considering himself the world’s greatest fisherman.
Christine Giroux, contract & project compliance administrator
An Alpine employee since 2009, Christine handles marketing and assists with sales proposals and contracts in addition to keeping the office organized and productive. Her enthusiastic and outgoing personality is appreciated by those who work for and with Alpine. Christine and her husband live in southern New Hampshire with their English Black Lab, Blackie. An avid dog lover, Christine brings Blackie to the office where he works hard at being one of Alpine’s “doggy mascots.”
Kristen Peik, marketing
In the spring of 2015, Kristen started working at Alpine right after graduating from Assumption College with a degree in Marketing. However, as Ron’s daughter she has already had many years of experience with Alpine. Currently she covers all aspects of Alpine’s marketing and advertising, and can sometimes be found at various project sites photographing Alpine’s work. An avid equestrian, Kristen particularly enjoys spending time outdoors with her horses and dog Remy (and family and friends too!).
Anita Peik, office assistant
Anita Peik, Alpine President Ron Peik’s Mom, helps out daily in the office. She assists in a variety of areas—monitoring and ordering office supplies, keeping the office organized, preparing instruction packages for the field crews, and spoiling the office dogs with treats. Anita is retired from a long career as a Paralegal, and currently enjoys time with her five grandchildren and husband Ed.
Jason Roy, operations manager
Jason was first employed in 1995 as an entry-level laborer. His exceptional work ethic and ability to get the job done soon elevated him to Project Supervisor. As Alpine grew, so did Jason’s responsibilities and he became the Operations Manager in 2006. Jason has recently been involved in coordinating our This Old House projects. His ability to manage the many moving parts in our operations is a vital reason why we enjoy an unparalleled reputation for having smooth running projects that finish on time and on budget. He is a licensed Massachusetts Deleading Supervisor and Construction Supervisor. Jason’s free time is spent mountain biking, attending sporting events and other activities with his wife and two adorable young daughters.
Keith Adams, field coordinator
Keith Adams has been with Alpine since 1998. He started as an entry-level field employee and in a few years was promoted to Field Supervisor. Keith’s dedication, outstanding attention to detail and leadership qualities led him to be promoted to Field Coordinator. In this position, Keith makes sure our field is equipped to execute the jobs and acts as a liaison between our client service and operations teams to ensure all our clients’ needs are met. He is also the Alpine Safety Officer, responsible for regular safety update sessions for all crews. Keith’s interests include cars, motorcycles, and an occasional experiment in the culinary arts. He also boasts a sizable “retro” sneaker collection he has been adding to for ten years.
Jim Campbell, field manager
Jim Campbell joined the Alpine team in April of 2015. He was hired as a Field Technician and within 6 months was promoted to Field Supervisor. As a Field Supervisor, Jim immersed himself in the industry becoming licensed in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire as a Lead Abatement Supervisor. Since then he has been involved in several of our larger projects for both lead abatement and mold remediation. In January of 2017, Jim was promoted to a new position here at Alpine Environmental as a Field Manager. Jim came to us with over 10 years of retail management experience as well a mechanical, electrical and hydraulic repair background. In his off time Jim enjoys spending time with his loving wife and family.
Connor Gildea, project manager
Connor started with Alpine in March of 2019 as a Project Manager after coming from a dismantling and demo company. He has a B.S. in Natural Resource Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and over 8 years of experience turning complex projects into harmonized campaigns that achieve project milestones. Experienced in directing large construction teams and subcontractors on multiple projects across all phases of development, he has a record of success in project management, estimation, bidding and job costing for numerous multi-million dollar demolition and environmental projects across the Northeast. In his spare time, Connor enjoys spending time with his wife and French bulldog, as well as hiking and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.