September 30, 2013

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Susan (Fullerton) Hill Joins Geosyntec as Principal

CHICAGO — Geosyntec Consultants announces that Susan Hill, P.E., has joined the 600-person consulting firm as a Principal in their downtown Chicago office. Susan is managing the Great Lakes Region, overseeing offices in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Ohio.

Susan brings over 25 years of experience in the environmental industry. Her professional practice has focused on the investigation and remediation of chlorinated hydrocarbons, particularly at National Priorities List (NPL) sites, investigation and remediation for former manufactured gas plant sites, and most recently, contaminated sediment assessment and remediation. She possesses a broad range of experience in environmental program and project management, which includes all project phases from project planning and implementation of remedial investigations and feasibility studies, through design and construction to long-term operations and monitoring as well as site delisting. As a Geosyntec Principal, Susan will work with clients to help design and implement effective and technologically sound solutions to their site remediation and contaminated sediment needs.

Susan is an active member and local leader of several professional organizations, such as the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Illinois (Member, Board of Directors; Chair, Engineering Excellence Awards); Industrial Water, Waste and Sewage Group (IWWSG); the Illinois Society of Professional Engineers (ISPE); the Water Environment Federation; and the Illinois and Central States Water Environment Association. She is a registered professional engineer in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Virginia, and New York.

Susan earned her M.S. in environmental engineering from the University of Michigan and her B.S. in chemical engineering from Michigan State University.

Geosyntec, founded in 1983, provides consulting engineering and science services throughout the United States and internationally. With 34 offices in the U.S. and select international locations, Geosyntec engineers and scientists are known for their technology leadership and practice innovation in the areas of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering, contaminated site assessment and remediation, groundwater assessment and remediation, risk assessment and toxicology, urban stormwater management, water and natural resources management, solid waste disposal facility permitting and design, and environmental biotechnology.