Geosyntec Consultants Announces New Office Location in the Green Bay, Wisconsin Area
Geosyntec Consultants has moved to a new location in the Green Bay, Wisconsin area to support regional growth. The Green Bay office focuses on helping clients with contaminated site remediation, brownfield site re-development, environmental management for industrial and utility clients, water and natural resources restoration and management, waste management, water management, and geotechnical specialty services. Supported by a nationwide team of experts, the office serves industrial, municipal, and utility clients throughout the region.
The office is led by Ken Mika, P.E., a Project Engineer based in Green Bay with more than 10 years of professional experience. Ken is a licensed Professional Engineer in Michigan, Missouri, Washington, and Wisconsin. He is a strategic leader with a proven ability to evaluate, build, and implement process improvements within and across teams. Ken's experience includes data collection in multiple media, staffing/field resource allocation, remedial design and contractor procurement, construction management, industrial compliance, industrial wastewater, air monitoring, sampling, and building and maintaining cooperative teaming relationships. His expertise includes technology specific treatability studies, extensive material management plans dealing with multiple waste streams, remedial construction utilizing the application of in situ solidification/stabilization (ISS) technology for power utility and property redevelopment clients and hydraulic and mechanical dredging of contaminated sediment sites for contractors, government, manufacturing, and utility clients.
Chris Robb, Ken Yass, and Neil Couch will also lead efforts in the region.
Chris is a Principal Engineer based in Milwaukee with more than 20 years of experience in environmental consulting, remediation design and construction, quality control, and project management of solid and hazardous waste remediation projects throughout the United States. Chris' expertise focuses on delivering innovative, implementable, constructible, and cost-effective remediation designs from inception to construction, completion, and closeout. Chris combines his passion for applying best practices in engineering, science and leadership with his understanding of stakeholder goals, and ability to communicate complex technical information across diverse platforms to solve challenging problems, inspire creative-energized teams, and execute effective environmental solutions.
Ken is a Principal Engineer based in Milwaukee with more than 25 years of experience in advising clients on air compliance – including air construction and operation permitting, emissions quantification, air pollution control requirements, assessing applicability of National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs), documenting permit and NESHAP exempt status, and assisting with air permit negotiations with state and federal regulatory agencies – Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Planning, Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) compliance and reporting, industrial storm water management, hazardous waste management and overall environmental compliance. He also advises on Department of Homeland Security (DHS) chemical security compliance. He is a Professional Engineer in Wisconsin and Illinois and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager. His combined consulting and industrial experience and engineering training are ideal for understanding and solving his client's environmental challenges. He is good at finding cost-efficient and non-disruptive solutions. Ken will also provide senior leadership for the future Third Ward Milwaukee, Wisconsin Geosyntec office.
Neil is a Principal Hydrogeologist based in Milwaukee with more than 15 years of experience specializing in the procurement, planning and management of geo-environmental site investigations and remedial actions. He has completed design and implementation of several remedial action plans and has performed environmental sampling in all environmental media. He has sound experience in interpreting analysis of hydrogeologic systems and environmental data. Neil has significant experience designing and implementing site investigations and the preparation of remediation design for manufactured gas plant impacts, coal combustion residual landfill expansion and fly ash pond closures. He has also conducted geologic and hydrogeologic investigations as it relates to permitting activities as well as the design and implementation of full-scale remediation systems; such as soil vapor extraction, dual phase extraction, groundwater treatment systems, in-situ biostimulation and bioaugmentation and in-situ smoldering technologies (STAR). Neil has coordinated closely with several local, state and federal regulatory agencies such as USEPA Region 5, Illinois EPA, Indiana DEM, Michigan DEQ, Ohio EPA and Wisconsin DNR.
More InformationAddress: 111 N. Broadway, Suite C, Green Bay, WI, 54303, USA