Ms. Emily Guyer is a professional engineer with 14 years of consulting experience focusing on environmental remediation of contaminated sediments, soils, groundwater, and nonaqueous-phase liquids (NAPLs). She is a project manager and licensed environmental engineer with diverse and interdisciplinary experience, including substantial liability assessment and litigation support on cases across the country involving a range of remediation issues. Her experience includes planning and executing site characterizations and design data collection, analyzing data and reporting for site investigations and remedial activities, screening and selecting remedial technologies, conducting feasibility studies, designing remedial systems, and engaging stakeholders. She specializes in analyzing the sources and fate and transport of contaminants and designing strategic remedies for complex environmental systems with multiple stakeholders. Ms. Guyer routinely advises clients on site investigation, remediation, regulatory, natural resource damage, and source control matters. She has served as a consulting expert on a variety of matters, including determining the sources of petroleum hydrocarbons, metals, PCBs, and other chemicals in sediment, soil, and groundwater.
Emily Guyer, P.E.