Pat Dooley, Founder and Lead Instructor
Pat Dooley has been in the Restoration Industry since 1977. During this time Pat successfully ran eight Restoration firms
and a Carpet Cleaning Company in British Columbia Canada. In 1999 Pat sold his businesses and joined Dri-Eaz Products
as an IICRC Instructor founding what is knowntoday as the Applied Structural Drying Course. Pat not only created the curriculum, but wrote and taught the very first ASD Course.
Over the years, Pat has carried out water restoration projects to the value of 1,500,000.00 US and fire restoration projects to 2.5 million dollars. Pat participated on a catastrophic loss team to Hurricane Andrew in Homestead Florida in 1992. In 2003, he managed the largest natural disaster restoration project caused by Hurricane Isabel which included 100-year-old structures up to 300,000 square feet.
Pat has a bachelor of Commerce Degree and is a licensed Master Electrician. Pat has been a key note speaker at numerous industry functions and has proven to be a leader in the industry.He has obtained the highest levels of certification through the IICRC and is an approved instructor for Fire and Smoke damage (FST), Water Restoration Technician (WRT), Odor Control (OCT) and Applied Structural Drying (ASD).
Peter H. Sierck, Instructor
Director of Environmental Testing & Technology, Inc. in San Diego. Peter is an Industrial Hygienist and has extensive experience (last 16 years) in indoor air quality, mold investigation and remediation.
As an IICRC committee member, he helped to establish the IICRC S500 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration, the AMRT program and the IICRC S520 Mold Remediation Standard.
Peter teaches IAQ, mold remediation and investigation classes for the last decade and works as an expert witness in a large number of mold litigation cases. Peter is a Registered Environmental Assessor (REA), Certified Indoor Air Quality Professional (CIAQP), Certified Mold Consultan (CMC) and Certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor (CMRS).
Glen Ray, Instructor CIE & WLS
Glen Ray has been in the restoration field for many years. Glen has managed thousands of water damage and fire damage claims to large scale catastrophe losses. Glen is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University, is a Certified Water Loss Specialist, Certified Restorer, (WLS & CR – highest designation in the industry for water and fire), and the list goes on.
His experience and knowledge is shared in the classroom, providing the student with the necessary tools to be successful in the industry.
Chuck Boutall, Instructor
After selling the successful Air Quest Systems - a well known manufacturer of custom desiccant dehumidifiers, large refrigerant dehumidifiers and portable air conditioners, Chuck has turned his attention to training others how to utilize “big” equipment for “big” jobs. Chuck is a down to earth type fellow with vast knowledge and education. He is a super hands on instructor. If you have a question about drying anything, ask Chuck!
Chuck has been a speaker at the Dri-Eaz Restorative Drying Symposiums, the Water Loss Institute, ASCR National, Connections East and DRC Canada. He has dried over a million square feet of structure, hundreds of thousands of books and documents and designed permanent systems for various manufacturing and storage projects over his 20 year career as an Application Engineer.
Chuck graduated from college as an Electrical Engineer. His career spanned many years with large well known named companies before building Air Quest Systems from the ground up.