Steve has worked in the construction, environmental, and geotechnical engineering industries since 1983. Steve has extensive experience assessing the extent and nature of the soil, sediment, soil vapor, indoor air, and groundwater contamination, developing and evaluating remedial alternatives, and performing risk-based evaluations for CERCLA, RCRA, and state oversight projects and has authored multiple papers on chlorinated solvent groundwater plume investigation and remediation. Steve works closely with his clients to develop remedial solutions that balance risk reductions, short and long-term capital costs, future land restoration use, and third-party stakeholder interests. Steve has developed and spoken at multiple stakeholder community meetings on behalf of his clients. His areas of expertise include long-term site strategy development, cost-benefit analysis, in-situ groundwater treatment approaches, constructible civil/environmental designs, risk communication, community relations, and regulatory negotiations. Steve graduated from Drexel University in Philadelphia, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering.