David Latham is a Senior Hydrogeologist based in Florida with more than 30 years of experience focused on the management and performance of site assessments and remediation activities. He is also knowledgeable in all aspects of brownfields redevelopment for both private and public sector clients.
David’s experience has addressed a broad range of constituents of concern including petroleum contaminants, chlorinated solvents, PCBs, and inorganics. His responsibilities have involved all aspects of project and program management including developing cost-effective assessment and cleanup strategies for multiple contaminated sites, coordinating data collection, conducting data review and interpretation, and preparing reports in accordance with State and Federal guidelines. He has also supported numerous projects associated with hydrogeologic investigation, characterization of groundwater flow systems, and evaluation of groundwater and surface quality. David has worked on environmental due diligence & compliance issues facing a broad range of clients from the oil and gas, telecommunications, agricultural, asphalt and cement, and waste management industries, as well as property developers and managers. He is also knowledgeable in site cleanup criteria and regulatory compliance pertaining to petroleum storage, chlorinated solvents, and risk-based corrective action in Florida.
To advance the state of practice, David maintains an active involvement with the Florida Brownfields Association (FBA) and previously served as the FBA’s Secretary and on the Board of Directors in addition to previously serving as the Chair of the FBA’s Outreach and Education Committee.