Cristina Graver is a Project Engineer based in Florida with more than 10 years of consulting and regulatory experience focused on contaminated soil, sediment, and groundwater assessment and remediation; air quality permitting and compliance; and solid waste services.
Cristina provides air and environmental site assessments to state and local government entities, including the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Petroleum Restoration Program and Dry-Cleaning Solvent Cleanup Program. She also supports manufacturing, waste management, oil and gas, and real estate clients, as well as clients representing former landfills and brownfields programs. Cristina’s projects often address chlorinated solvents, volatile organic compounds, petroleum products, pesticides, and herbicides, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), arsenic, and other inorganic chemicals.
A contributor to Geosyntec’s air quality practice, Cristina specializes in assessing new and existing data, modeling and analyzing those results, and providing easily comprehensible environmental assessment reports, remedial action plans, and materials management plans based upon those findings. This work includes Phase I and II Environmental Site assessments, compliance reviews, air quality permitting, air dispersion modeling, groundwater, soil, and air sampling, and contaminant delineation. She also conducts and manages field investigations, prepares investigation work plans and health and safety plans, and writes site assessment reports, remedial action plans, and materials management plans. In addition, she designs soil and groundwater remediation systems, analyzes data, and prepares and manages databases to support remediation and restoration projects.