Geosyntec Consultants Opens Suburban Philadelphia Office
Geosyntec Consultants announces the opening of its new suburban Philadelphia office. Dr. Mary DeFlaun, Managing Principal of Geosyntec's Princeton, New Jersey office and her team of professionals established the new satellite office to provide an enhanced client service experience for customers in the region. Christopher Voci, Derek Tomlinson and Michael Lambert, site remediation specialists, will direct the operations of the new office.
"We are excited to expand our presence in the Philadelphia market, which will enable us to better serve our existing regional client base and to build new business relationships through our industry-leading capabilities and expertise," said Mary.
Chris specializes in the design and implementation of environmental remediation programs under Federal, State, and voluntary regulatory compliance initiatives with a focus on the application of advanced technologies such as in situ bioremediation and in situ chemical oxidation. Chris has worked closely with the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Departments of Environmental Protection and the United States Environmental Protection Agency over the last 18 years developing and implementing solutions to environmental challenges.
Derek specializes in the remediation of sites impacted by dense and light non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPL and LNAPL) in the subsurface. He also has extensive experience in the development of strategies to address subsurface vapor intrusion to indoor air. Derek joins our Philadelphia office with more than 13 years of experience working with industries and multi-party stakeholder groups responsible for sites under Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and U.S. EPA environmental regulatory oversight.
Mike manages complex environmental programs drawing on his unique skill set which comprises hydrogeology, numerical and analytical modeling and geophysics. Additionally, he provides technical support for a variety of projects including environmental litigation, site characterization and brownfields redevelopment throughout the region.