Mr. Campbell holds a Master of Science degree in Geology from the University of Idaho and a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the State University of New York at Stonybrook. Mr. Campbell has professional experience in the fields of applied geology, hydrogeology, and computer applications. He has worked on projects that include environmental assessments, hydrogeologic investigations of hazardous waste and coal tar sites, and site remediations. His remediation experience includes a variety of in-situ and ex-situ techniques, which include pump and treat, liquid-phase product recovery, soil vapor extraction, air sparging, dual-phase extraction, and in-situ reductant metals treatment systems.
Danica Wallace, Senior Geologist
Ms. Wallace holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from Florida State University. She began her career as an engineering technician for Sebago Technics, Inc., where she acquired experience in various aspects of land development. Her responsibilities included the preparation of storm water management plans, sediment and erosion control plans, and preliminary site plan designs.
Richard Hall, Maine Professional Engineer
Glenn Daukas, Senior Geologist and Professional Geologist
Mr. Daukas holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geology and Bachelor of Science degree in Land Use Planning from the University of Maine at Orono. He is currently the project manager and technical lead for a Maine DEP Brownfields remedial program in Sanford, Maine. Additionally, Mr. Daukas has successfully completed several feasibility studies for the United States Department of Defense at Fort Dix, New Jersey, the United States Coast Guard at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, New York, and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation at the North Lawrence Oil Dump Site in North Lawrence, New York. Floyd Bennett Field and the North Lawrence Oil Dump Site have been successfully remediated and remediation activities at Fort Dix are currently ongoing.
Jennifer Weymouth, Senior Geologist
Ms. Weymouth holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geology from the University of Maine at Orono. As a project manager for CEG, Ms. Weymouth prepares work plans, coordinates and oversees projects to their completion, tracks project budgets, prepares invoices, and communicates directly with clients. Ms. Weymouth is highly involved in the evaluation and interpretation of field data and report preparation. She is also proficient in the use of Auto CAD to create site plans, cross sections, groundwater elevation, and contaminant concentration maps
Before joining the project team, Ms. Weymouth worked as a hydrogeologist for Leggrette, Brashears & Graham, Inc. in New Jersey, and was a field assistant for the University of Maine, Department of Geological Sciences, where she worked with fractured bedrock aquifers.
Kevin Hardwick, Hydrogeologist
Mr. Hardwick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geological Sciences and completed all coursework required for the degree of Master of Science in Hydrogeology at Wright State University, in Dayton, OH. There he developed an understanding of applied groundwater modeling utilizing MODFLOW and various pre- and post-processing software packages.
Aaron Brignull, Environmental Scientist
Prior to joining CEG, Mr. Brignull worked as a chemist and client representative for a commercial environmental laboratory located in Westbrook, Maine. His responsibilities included conducting a broad range of organic extractions as well as analysis of volatile organic analytes and gasoline range organics by gas chromatography. During his tenure with the laboratory, Mr. Brignull regularly worked with clients and became accustomed to the collection, interpretation and presentation of data produced and recorded in a variety of methods.
Lee Palmquist, Project Manager Assistant
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Falmouth, ME 04105
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