RJ Lee Group Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories

Larry Lockrem

Technology Development, Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories

Mr. Lockrem works with RJ Lee Group’s Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories (formerly Center for Laboratory Sciences) in the field of technology development. He has more than 35 years’ experience in environmental chemistry and geochemistry and has been active in research, testing, commercial development, field operation, and management of administrative and applied technology for both industry and government agencies. Mr. Lockrem has been on the DOE Hanford Advisory Board with the primary mission to provide informed recommendations and advice on selected major policy issues related to the cleanup to the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Washington Department of Ecology. He has managed environmental assessment, operation and maintenance plans, and project design and implementation for industrial hygiene, air monitoring and work practice observation and inspection for clients that include the DOE and the Department of the Navy.


To read publications, Materials Insights and blog articles by this expert, please click here.



Education History

  1. M.S., Geochemistry

    Montana College, Mineral Science and Technology
  2. B.S., Chemistry, Minor Math and Physics

    Eastern Montana College

Professional Experience

  1. 2012 - Present
    Director of Technology Development
    RJ Lee Group, Inc., Center for Laboratory Sciences (CLS)
  2. 2011 - Present
    President & CEO
    L&L Geochemical Services, LLC
  3. 2009 - 2011
    Director and Assistant Director
    RJ Lee Group, Inc., Mission Support Alliance Contract
  4. 2003 - 2009
    Principal Scientist, Technology Project
    Washington River Protection Solutions, LLC & CH2M HILL Hanford Group, Inc.
  5. 1992 - 2003
    Manager, Technology Project Management
    Numatec Hanford Corporation (ARVEA) & Westinghouse Hanford Company
  6. 1987 - 1992
    Manager, Laboratory & Environmental Services, Principal Geochemist
    Westinghouse Corporation & Westinghouse Hanford Company
  7. 1982 -1987
    Senior Staff Geochemist and Section Leader
    Reservoir, Inc.
  8. 1979 - 1982
    Associate Geochemist
    Marathon Oil Research Center

Memberships & Awards

  • Professional Geologist
    WY (PG2346)
  • Member
    American Standard Testing Material International (ASTM)
  • Member
    Sampling and Analysis Atmospheres Subcommittee D-22
  • Member
    Occupational Health and Safety Subcommittee E-34
  • Member
    Soil and Rock D-18
  • Chairman, Chair Elect, Treasurer
    Society for Applied Spectroscopy - Rocky Mountain Section
  • Subcommittee Chair Elect
    National Asbestos Council - Transmission Electron Microscopy
  • Chair
    Rocky Mountain Spectroscopy Conference
  • Member
    Department of Energy Hanford Advisory Board
  • Chairman & Chair Elect
    Tank Waste Committee
  • Member
    River & Plateau Committee
  • Member
    American Chemical Society
  • Member
    Clay Minerals Society
  • Member
    Geochemical Society
  • Member
    Rocky Mountain Association Geological Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists
  • Member
    National Management Association