Peter H. Sierck

Peter Sierck is the Founder and President of Environmental Testing & Technology, Inc. (ET&T) in San Diego. ET&T specializes in the assessment of indoor air quality, moisture and microbial problems in buildings and has provided engineering control solutions since 1986. Peter has conducted several thousand residential and commercial building, and property surveys.

Peter Sierck has extensively worked with the water restoration and mold remediation industry. He was a committee member of the ANSI/IICRC (Institute for Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) S500 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration since its first edition 1993. Peter is the Structural Remediation Chair for the ANSI/IICRC S520 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation since 2001. Peter is currently a member of the Consensus Board at the Indoor Environmental Standard Organization (IESO), member of Indoor Air Quality Association’s (IAQA) Education Committee and past Chair of the IAQA’s Microbial Investigation Track Committee.

Mr. Sierck has studied industrial hygiene, environmental testing methods and engineering controls at the University of California San Diego and University of California Berkeley, the MidAtlantic Environmental Hygiene Resource Center (MEHRC) in Philadelphia. Peter started his environmental education at the Institute fuer Baubiologie + Ökologie in Germany. Peter is a Registered Environmental Assessor (REA) in the State of California, a Certified Indoor Environmental Consultant (CIEC), Certified Indoor Air Quality Professional (CIAQP), Certified Microbial Consultant (CMC) and Microbial Remediation Supervisor (CMRS).

Peter has worked as an expert witness in a number of litigation cases, especially relation to moisture and water intrusions, mold growth, and the Standard of Care in the water restoration and mold remediation industry. Mr. Sierck was designated by the Honorable Judge Lawrence Sterling of the San Diego Superior Court as an Expert Witness in March of 1999 in accordance with the California Evidence Code Section 720.