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Bruce Feicht

BGF Commercial Environmental Services, Inc.

7835 East Monterosa Street

Scottsdale, AZ  85251

Office: 480-946-6674

Cell: 480-818-1044

Fax: 480-947-3411 or 602-852-3692


Mr. Feicht received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering with a Mechanical Engineering major from Arizona State University in 1972.  He is certified by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality to conduct the decommissioning of underground storage tanks. Bruce is also an EPA certified Asbestos Building Inspector, Management Planner, Contractor Supervisor in Asbestos Abatement, and Asbestos Project Designer, is an Arizona real estate licensee, and is a former certified American Welding Society Associate Welding Inspector. He is, also, a full Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (25 years). He is a former member of the Arizona Boiler Inspector's Association and Arizona certified Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspector.

BGF, Inc. is owned and operated by Bruce Feicht. Mr. Feicht's education, special training, and industrial background has provided him with a unique combination of engineering and environmental expertise and experience. Mr. Feicht served in both power plant engineering and management capacities for sixteen years at the Salt River Project. During his tenure, he was an integral part in the development of corporate environmental policies and procedures and in overseeing their successful implementation at the largest electric generating facility in Maricopa County and at the SRP terminal in the Southern Pacific Pipeline Tank Farm in West Phoenix.

The following is a list of the classes that this instructor is approved to teach:

  • Commercial Property Environmental Issues

  • Environmental Issues Affecting Commercial Tenants/Landlords

  • Environmental Issues & Land

  • Residential & Commercial Property Environmental Issues

  • Sick Building Syndrome