Geosyntec's Bristol, UK Office Relocated
The new office, located in Bristol, is central to the UK and Ireland Operations, which are led by Branch Manager Dr. Gary Wealthall. Managed by Andrew Morgan, this office focuses on soil and groundwater investigation, risk assessment, and remediation. In addition to Dr. Wealthall and Andrew, the Bristol office staff includes James Rayner, Walker Prentke, Dr. Marlies van der Schee, and Emily Hadrill.
Dr. Wealthall is a Senior Principal Consultant based in the UK with more than 25 years of experience focused on contaminant hydrogeology research and practice. He advises regulatory authorities and clients in the chemical, waste disposal, land development, and insurance industries. Dr. Wealthall is the Managing Director of Geosyntec's consulting business in the United Kingdom and Ireland. He also serves as a subject matter expert for industry clients in Europe, North and South America, and South Africa.
Andrew Morgan is a Senior Remediation Engineer and Contaminated Land Professional with more than 18 years of experience in the assessment, management, and remediation of contaminated land within the UK and Europe. He is a Chartered Geologist, and he holds the professional title of European Geologist by the European Federation of Geologists. Andrew has significant experience in all aspects of site conceptualization, environmental assessment, and remediation engineering, including remediation options appraisal, feasibility testing, detailed full-scale design, installation, and verification evaluation.
Walker Prentke is a Hydrogeologist with five years of experience focused on environmental consulting; water quality; and groundwater, contaminated site, and environmental remediation. He has experience with environmental impact assessments, water sampling, and project management.
James Rayner is a Senior Contaminant Hydrogeologist with more than 16 years of experience. He specializes in source and plume characterization in unconsolidated and fractured bedrock aquifers; groundwater-surface water interactions; and multi-phase contaminant transport, fate, and exposure modeling for risk assessment and remediation. James is a guest lecturer in risk assessment for the contaminant hydrogeology post-graduate study program at the University of Sheffield, and he has delivered technical training courses in site characterization, risk assessment, and groundwater modeling to the Environmental Protection Agency of Ireland.
Dr. Marlies van der Schee is a Senior Staff Professional and an Environmental Consultant with six years of experience focused on soil and groundwater contamination. She has a doctorate in geology from the Universidad de Salamanca as well as a master's degree in biogeology and a bachelor's degree in earth sciences, both from Universiteit Utrecht. Dr. Van der Schee has contributed to research that has been published in academic journals, including Terra Nova and Marine Geology.
More InformationUpdated postal address:
Geosyntec Consultants Ltd
Aztec Centre (Unit 2)
Bristol, BS32 4TD
Main office number: +44 (0)1173 133 126