HORSEPOWER! It’s how we keep up. Our staff has over a century of combined experience in environmental compliance and engineering. We integrate homegrown knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations with economics and science to maintain the equilibrium of our natural resources.
What We Do
The numbers don’t lie. We reduce our overhead cost by hiring and retaining our cross-trained and certified staff to work in many disciplines. In one field visit, using one truck, we can complete a wetland delineation, stormwater inspection, spray herbicides/pesticides, or conduct a raptor survey. This allows better use of our staff, your budget, and increased efficiency. That’s Horsepower!
The numbers don’t lie…
years in business
full-time employees and 3-5 seasonal staff
years with oldest client
years with repeat clients
less than 1% of projects resulting in change orders
states where 2DOT has completed projects
A Qualified, Experienced Team – Key Personnel
TODD D. SPIVEY
CEO - Environmental Engineer - Wildlife Biologist
Todd Spivey founded Two Dot Consulting in 2014 to focus on the firm’s growth, operations, and technical strategy. He is a Navy Veteran and earned his degree in Wildlife Biology and Environmental Engineering at the University of Wyoming. During his Navy career, Todd studied engineering and learned about business, leadership, and teamwork.
Todd grew up outside, fishing, hunting, and playing baseball as a young kid. He enjoys traveling, cooking, and camping with his two daughters. When he’s not chasing his girls down the ski hill, he can be found fly-fishing rivers in WY or CO or chasing tarpon in FL.
Mr. Spivey lived in Wyoming for almost 15 years. During that time, he worked as a fly-fishing guide, a ranch manager, and a wildlife biologist with Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
After moving to Colorado in 2009, Todd has engaged in various projects in the Rocky Mountains related to biology and environmental engineering. Mr. Spivey is focused on 2DOT’s growth and development and is dedicated to building partnerships associated with Energy development, Ranch and Agriculture, Transportation, Utilities, and local and federal governments.
Vice President - Bioresource Engineer - GIS Analyst
Kathleen Madigan grew up camping, fishing, ranching, and playing outside in Southern Wyoming. Although she left her home state to attend the border war school in Fort Collins, her passion for the environment continued as she earned her B.S. in Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering, with a minor in Spatial Information Management Systems. Kathleen has over 17 years of experience in environmental, health and safety (EHS) with a technical focus on water quality, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), data management, project management, and greenhouse gas emissions reporting.
Kathleen is a great leader and has served as the Chairman of the Rocky Mountain EHS Peer Group since 2016, she is on the Board of the DJ Basin Safety Council, and she volunteers with several non-profit groups throughout the year. In her free time, Kathleen enjoys non-traditional sports like ping pong, curling, and flag football, in addition to the typical Colorado lifestyle of hiking, biking, and skiing/snowboarding! She also loves to spend time with her family, travel, and meet new people. After years of hiking 14ers in Colorado, Kathleen recently fulfilled a lifetime dream of trekking to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro!
Project Manager - Wildlife Biologist
Spencer Morrison is a native of Colorado, where he earned his B.S. in Wildlife Biology at Colorado State University. He is an avid hunter, fly fisherman, hiker, rafter, and outdoorsman. His healthy obsession with fly fishing allows him to travel the western United States and the World in search of understanding and to learn more about the art and delicacies of the fisheries.
Mr. Morrison is a true leader and a seasoned biologist with over ten years of biological consulting experience. He has experience working on various projects related to wildlife, aquatic biology, and wetland issues. He is becoming an expert in section 404 permitting and has performed threatened and endangered species surveys, fish surveys, stream assessment, and water quality surveys, raptor surveys, avian nesting surveys, avian point count surveys, burrowing owl protocol surveys, habitat assessment, Waters of the U.S., wetland investigation and delineation, rare plant surveys, avian and bat mortality surveys, and biological monitoring.
Regulatory Compliance Manager - Air/Water Quality - Environmental Policy
Kelly Kinsman is an Ohio native that has always loved the outdoors. As an avid runner and swimmer, Kelly enjoys Colorado’s healthy and active lifestyle with her two kids. After graduating from Michigan State University with a B.S. in Natural Resources, specializing in Environmental Studies Law and Policy, Kelly moved to Colorado. Kelly began her career in Colorado with a 2-year position in GIS then transitioned into air and water quality. Kelly has remained focused on permitting and regulatory compliance with the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act for her 17-year career as an environmental consultant. Kelly’s primary career focus has been in air quality compliance for both the renewable and non-renewable energy sectors, including field compliance with leak detection and repair (LDAR) program management. Kelly also provides stormwater, water quality permitting, and reclamation expertise for several energy development and manufacturing sectors. Kelly currently sits on the COGA Air Committee and has been a participant in several EPA rulemaking negotiations for EPA Region 8. Kelly also has expertise with Consent Decree (or Compliance on Consent) negotiation in several states and manages the initial and ongoing compliance of such programs.
Kelly firmly believes in her team and the potential we share supporting our clients. Servant leadership and adaptability have always been a part of Kelly’s character in both her personal and professional life. Whether running a sub-3 hour marathon or developing a new environmental management program, Kelly is committed to success and team ownership.
Field Manager - Rangeland & Wildlife Manager
Kurt Fleisher is a Texas native and earned his B.S. at Texas A&M University. Mr. Fleisher moved west in 2016 to earn his M.S. in Rangeland Ecology & Watershed Management at the University of Wyoming. He has a background in wildlife and fisheries sciences, ranch management, and ecological research with an emphasis on reclamation. He spends his free time outdoors, backpacking, viewing wildlife, and getting lost in the wilderness.
Environmental Scientist - Wildlife Biologist
Morgan Colacone earned her B.S. in Biology and Minor in Environmental Policy from the University of South Florida. She is a biologist with experience in environmental compliance/permitting, water resources, and wildlife/aquatic surveys. She has worked on various projects in the Southeast, as well as in the Rocky Mountain Region performing threatened and endangered species surveys, avian surveys, fisheries surveys/reclamation, and water quality assessments. In her free time, Morgan enjoys playing competitive ultimate frisbee, hiking, and baking sweet treats.
Operations Manager - Human Resources
Scheri Thatcher is a Denver-based people manager from Michigan. She earned her B.S. in Chemistry and Cellular & Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan, has a Midwestern accent, and loves a good thunderstorm. Her diverse experience contributes to her unique approach to managing people.
As an entrepreneur for ten years, Scheri managed all business areas before focusing on what she believes the essential piece to be – people. She spent 1-year teaching abroad in West Africa, navigating a new culture and language, which further ignited her passion for people. Upon returning to the U.S., she focused on administrative and human resources roles. Within three years, she created an award-winning culture at a local Colorado start-up as featured in The Denver Post, The Denver Business Journal, and Zweig Group as a Best Place to Work.
Outside of work, Scheri practices yoga and meditation, mountain bikes, plants container gardens, and makes natural skin care products.
Senior Ornithologist - Certified Wildlife Biologist
Field Manager - Wildlife Biologist & Noxious Weed Coordinator
Jesse Carlson is a native of Minnesota and earned his B.S. in Natural Resources from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (Go Badgers!). Jesse enjoys fishing, camping, and exploring the National Parks of the West. When not in the outdoors, Jesse takes pride in raising house plants and tropical fish.
Mr. Carlson has a background in native landscape restoration, noxious weed management, and threatened and endangered species surveys. He is a licensed herbicide applicator and has worked on several reclamation projects along the Front Range of Colorado and Wyoming.
Project Manager - GIS Analyst
Shannon Regan is a biologist and GIS professional with a passion for water resources. She earned her B.S. in Marine Science from Coastal Carolina University and her M.S. in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology from NC State University. Her work has focused on terrestrial, marine, and freshwater environments across Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, the Carolinas, and the Caribbean.
Shannon specializes in wetland delineations, 404 permitting, threatened and endangered species surveys, invasive and rare plant surveys, vegetation monitoring and mapping, stream/lake mapping and monitoring, raptor surveys, water quality analysis, Phase I ESAs, and GIS. As a Project Manager, she excels in budget tracking and management, QA/QC of project deliverables, and client communication. She can be found mountain biking, hiking, listening to live music, or cooking up something tasty.
Team Certifications & Training
Commercial UAV Drone
License, FAA Part 107 Registration
40 Hour HAZWOPER
Air Rule Implementation
Preble’s Jumping Mouse Trapping
Uinta Basin Rare and Listed Plant
Principles and Techniques of Electrofishing
Environmental, Cultural, and Regulatory Permitting
GIS Geospatial Technologies
Sage-grouse Habitat Restoration
Inspections of Atmospheric Condensate Storage Tank Facilities
Wyoming Density and Disturbance Calculation
NEPA Analysis Process
Specialized certifications and years of experience in environmental and regulatory compliance for asset permitting, design, and management.
We believe in and exemplify a straightforward approach to business, energy extraction, and natural resource management.
We share and uphold an important belief that environmental compliance and energy development are of great value to our community.