Nandra Weeks is a Senior Principal Environmental Engineer based in Florida with more than 30 years of professional experience focused on the engineering and remediation issues associated with environmentally-impaired property redevelopment.
She also specializes in the design and implementation of environmental compliance and site remediation programs at municipal solid waste landfills, coal combustion product disposal sites, and other properties. Nandra has developed site-specific approaches using the latest regulatory, technological, and economic development tools for the redevelopment of ten major impaired properties in the Southeast.
As part of her work in the Brownfields redevelopment area, she routinely conducts Phase I and II due diligence assessments of operating facilities and closed sites. She continues to advance the state of the practice in Brownfields redevelopment by chairing the Research Selection Committee of the Bill Hinkley Center for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management. She also serves as a member of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Copper Chromated Arsenic Groundwater Technical Action Group. Nandra is an officer of the Florida Brownfields Association and has served as a chair or organizing committee member for several of their conferences.
In addition to her work on Brownfields redevelopment issues, Nandra works with owners and responsible parties (public and private sector) on the remediation of sites by applying advanced technologies to delineate and characterize contamination, by evaluating remedy options, and by designing site-specific solutions for impacted soils and groundwater.