Our Team

Lord and Winter is a environmental services company founded by David Winter in 2013. Our team is dedicated to protecting our clients through the environmental permitting, environmental compliance, and environmental remediation of their project. We obsess over our client's environmental compliance so they can have peace of mind during their project lifecycle.

Each of our technical staff holds a Master of Science degree in their scientific field of study. Additionally, our Project Managers hold the esteemed Project Management Professional (PMP) credential, ensuring the highest standards for our clients. Our top-rated environmental consultants provide comprehensive environmental services to energy, mining, and development clients nationwide.


David Winter

Winter founded Lord and Winter, LLC in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2013. With 25 years experience in environmental consulting in all regions of the United States, he brings substantial knowledge of regulatory compliance, project management, and permit process to Lord and Winter clients. He holds two Bachelors of Science degrees in Biology and Geology from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire and a Masters Degree in Geochemistry from Northern Illinois University. Natural resource project experience includes permitting for the construction of marine terminals, mines, industrial and commercial developments, and interstate pipelines for mining, energy, utilities, and real estate clients. Compliance work includes environmental due diligence during acquisitions as well as water, soil, and air compliance for energy and industrial clients. Remediation work focuses on site restoration by collaborating with the client and stakeholders while offering technical solutions to challenging brownfield properties. He has won and managed remediation and design-build contracts for the Department of Defense and worked on many challenging federally managed remediation projects in the United States including the DOE Legacy Sites such as FERNALD Environmental Management Complex and CERCLA cleanup sites such as the Copperhill Mining Restoration project.