Jamie deLemos is a Senior Principal based in Massachusetts with more than 15 years of experience focused on soil and aqueous geochemistry and contaminant forensics.
She specializes in assessing the occurrence, transport, and fate of metals, PAHs, radionuclides, and complex contaminant mixtures, including those of natural origin, at sites being addressed under DOE, CERCLA, state-led, and voluntary cleanup programs. In these assessments, Jamie deLemos is adept at integrating evaluations of site history and contaminant forensics to establish nexus and contaminant conveyance with respect to liability valuation, cost recovery, and cost allocation.
Jamie deLemos has executed complex investigations across multiple client sectors including mining and smelting, chemical and fertilizer manufacturing, petroleum and petrochemical, industrial gases, as well as for multi-party sediment remediation sites. She leads multidisciplinary teams of subject matter experts and works closely with legal counsel to evaluate operational histories, industrial processes, feedstocks, products/by-products, and waste streams to support source attribution. Her expertise and application of creative and strategic approaches, as well as her advocacy on behalf of her clients with regulators and stakeholder groups, have resulted in long-term capital cost savings for her clients.