With close to 20 years of hands-on experience managing and performing environmental assessments and remedial actions at industrial properties throughout the United States, Jeff Engels brings a wealth of practical knowledge to every single project. Throughout his career Jeff has conducted environmental investigations at properties impacted by petroleum and chlorinated-hydrocarbons, focusing mainly on project management, proposal and budget generation, property investigation planning and implementation, report preparation, and client and regulatory interaction. In addition to performing soil and groundwater characterizations, feasibility studies, and aquifer testing and monitoring, he has also supervised subsurface drilling, sampling, installation, and abandonment of soil borings and remediation monitoring wells throughout the U.S. Jeff has extensive experience with hollow stem auger, rotary (air and mud), rotasonic, direct push, and Cone Penetrometer (CPT)/Rapid Optical Screening ToolTM (ROST) drilling and sampling techniques. For remediation projects, he has managed groundwater assessment programs and groundwater/soil vapor extraction (SVE) systems, as well as numerous impacted soil excavation projects that have included on-site soil treatment or off-site soil waste disposal. He also has conducted numerous underground storage tank and above ground storage tank closures, overseen industrial chemical facility demolitions, and managed worker health and safety monitoring.
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