About Us

Our History

BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) was founded in 2005 as a forestry, agriculture, biomass energy, and organic residuals management firm. Our expertise has helped hundreds of clients from Fortune 500 companies, state and local governments, engineering firms, equity partners, and project owners.


We are a staff of certified foresters, environmental scientists, and marketing professionals with 30+ years of combined experience in bioenergy project development; feedstock analysis, risk mitigation, and procurement; organic waste utilization; and bioenergy crop production.

Industries Served

BRM has helped 100+ project developers and equity partners within the biomass heat, biomass power, and biofuels industries determine project feasibility and understand critical factors about the feedstock supply—location, sustainable availability, projected costs, and procurement logistics.

Our Staff

BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) has a staff of full-time employees with multiple disciplines—certified forestry, environmental science, agricultural management, and resource marketing.

Our staff is educated and experienced in bioenergy crop production, forestry, biomass conversion, biomass feedstock supply analysis and procurement, project development, organic recycling, marketing, and business development. Meet the team that is our greatest resource and your most valuable asset.

Brian Condon, MS, BS Ag.

Brian is the President of BRM and also the Procurement Manager at the Deerhaven Renewable Generating Station in Gainesville, Florida. He has four employees under his direct supervision and manages the purchase of over 1 million tons of biomass annually. He has been with BRM in various capacities since 2008 and has participated in projects aimed at identifying biomass supply and demand potential in 21 states.

Paul Proctor, BS, MS

Paul is the Biomass Forester for the Deerhaven Renewable Generating Station. He has an extensive forestry background and analytical expertise of quality specifications in biomass and organic material. He inspects harvested tracts to evaluate compliance with Florida Silvicultural Best Management Practices, and ensures compliance with sustainability standards for forest-sourced biomass. Paul has been with BRM since 2014.

John T. Pace

John is the Quality Control and Laboratory Manager for the Deerhaven Renewable Generating Station. He samples more than 30,000 truckloads of biomass annually, from diverse suppliers, to ensure specifications such as moisture content, ash content, presence of contaminates, and particle size distribution.

Kris Ayers

Kris is the Scale Manager for the Deerhaven Renewable Generating Station. He oversees the operation of the incoming fuel scale and related scale management software to record all necessary information for each delivery of biomass to the facility. Additionally, Kris maintains our supplier database, administers our new supplier orientation program, and ensures that delivery safety rules and procedures are followed.

Our Collaborators

In addition to our full-time staff, BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) collaborates nationally and internationally with outside firms, consultants, and engineers to provide additional expertise and adapt to your changing needs. These are a few of our collaborators.

Roger Peterson, BS

Roger is the owner of Residual Solutions, Inc., headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL. He offers more than 25 years of experience in biomass and organic materials management. Specifically, he has managed hurricane and storm debris recycling operations,  provided oversight to field equipment operations, and developed new markets for organic material as diverse as yard trimmings, sawmill residue, manures, peat, and biomass boiler ash. He currently markets over 300,000 tons of wood and yard waste, and 20,000 tons of residuals such as ash, annually.

Tawainga Katsvairo, PhD

Dr. Katsvairo is the Director of the Caribbean Biomass Initiative. He combines technical expertise in research and development of biomass projects, emerging markets for biomass, grant writing, private funding acquisition, and strong command on policy. Dr. Katsvairo has been involved with projects in the Caribbean, South and Central America, and Africa with a combined portfolio value of over $300 million.

W.V. (Mac) McConnell

Mac brings over 40 years of experience as a career forester with the U.S. Forest Service that focuses on Public Land Management and Renewable Energy. He specializes in short-rotation energy plantation systems and wild land management planning. Additionally,  he serves as an analyst, advisor, planner, consultant, and technical writer.