Ms. Myers is a licensed hydrogeologist with over 18 years of experience in geology, hydrogeology and engineering geology. She has designed and implemented hydrogeological investigations at Resource Conservation and Recovery Act facilities, Superfund sites, state voluntary cleanup program sites, underground storage tank sites, and Hazardous Site Response Act sites for WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff’s environment sector. As a senior technical manager and a geologist, she manages the scope of each project investigation, directs the activities, and assists with remedial designs.
Ms. Myers received an M.S. in geology from Kent State University, and B.S. degrees in geoscience and earth science from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She is a licensed professional geologist in Pennsylvania, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. She is a member of the National Ground Water Association.
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