Susan Hill, P.E., a Senior Principal at Geosyntec, is an Environmental Engineer with more than 30 years of experience focused on the investigation and remediation of sediment mega sites. She has worked extensively with large PRP groups within the CERCLA program.
Career Summary of Susan Hill, P.E.
- Specialties: Sediment Assessment and Remediation; Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) Site Remediation; RI/FS Development; Program Management
- Practice Areas: Contaminated Site Assessment and Cleanup
- Disciplines: Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Public Health
- Education: M.S., Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan, 1984; B.S., Chemical Engineering, Michigan State University, 1980
- Registration: Professional Engineer, Virginia, 19413; Professional Engineer, Illinois, 0062-051094; Professional Engineer, Michigan, 6201045239; Professional Engineer, Indiana, PE10302114; Professional Engineer, New York, 082250-1; Professional Engineer, New Jersey, 24GE04814700
- Filter Text People: Susan Hill, P.E., a Senior Principal at Geosyntec, is an Environmental Engineer with more than 30 years of experience focused on the investigation and remediation of sediment mega sites. She has worked extensively with large PRP groups within the CERCLA program. Susan is a recognized leader in the development of remedial approaches for waterways with contaminated sediments and associated floodplain soils. She has served as project manager for the feasibility study of one of the largest contaminated sediment sites in the U.S., Onondaga Lake in upstate New York. She was the RI/FS project manager for the Berry's Creek Study Area (BCSA) Superfund site, a 12-square mile watershed in the New Jersey Meadowlands for over 5 years. Susan provided strategic consulting services on the Newtown Creek sediment Superfund site in New York City. She is the project director for several projects along the Kalamazoo River Superfund Site in Michigan. Her career experience includes serving as project manager and/or technical lead for remediation programs at over 15 major NPL sites, including work at more than 50 manufactured gas plant (MGP) sites throughout the country. To advance the state of the practice, Susan is an active member and local leader of several professional organizations, including the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Illinois where she served as a Senior Vice President and a member of the Board of Directors. She chaired the Illinois Engineering Excellence awards program for ACEC. She is also affiliated with the Industrial Water, Waste and Sewage Group (IWWSG), the Illinois Society of Professional Engineers (ISP.E.), the Water Environment Federation, the Society of Women Engineers and the Illinois Water Environment Association.