Thursday
Feb082018

Gerlinde Wolf

Nominated for: President

Gerlinde Wolf is an Environmental Engineer at AECOM in the Latham NY office. Gerlinde often works on projects where she evaluates remedial alternatives to identify the most sustainable remedy, and remedial system optimizations to make projects more sustainable. She has been an active SURF member since 2012 and been on the Surf Board of Trustees as a member at large for the past two years. Gerlinde also is a member of the SURF communications committee and works on various technical initiatives for SURF. 

Thursday
Feb082018

Matt Ambrusch

Nominated for: Vice President

Matt Ambrusch is a Senior Staff Environmental Engineer at Langan Engineering, with experience in both the investigation and remediation of environmentally contaminated sites. He specializes in in-situ remediation and over the last several years has become heavily involved in the redevelopment of landfills for the purposes of mixed-use developments. He helps lead Langan’s three-dimensional pneumatic computational modeling practice for the purposes of designing more effective and cost-efficient remedial systems. He has been a SURF member since 2016 and is currently the chair of the SURF Meetings committee. He has a B.S. in Bioenvironmental Engineering from Rutgers University and an MBA from Rutgers Business School.

Thursday
Feb082018

Cathy Rockwell

Nominated for: Secretary

Cathy Rockwell is a Remediation Technical Manager and Principal at Woodard & Curran with a focus on remedial feasibility evaluations, design, and implementation. She has been the lead engineer managing a number of large, multi-phase projects with combined remedies and provides remediation technical support for several of the complex remediation sites Woodard & Curran manages. While a relative newcomer to SURF, Cathy enjoyed the camaraderie of the group after attending the past two east coast SURF meetings and is excited to get more involved with increasing outreach and membership. While focused behind the scenes to facilitate sustainable remediation projects she is involved with she did present at the Battelle International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds back in 2016 on her work with the client team for Value Engineering and Cost Reduction Measures Lead to Greener Cleanup and Strategic Sequencing of Combined Remedies for Sustainable Water Conservation. Cathy has a B.S. in civil engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and a M.S. in civil/environmental engineering from MIT.

Thursday
Feb082018

Jason McNew

Nominated for: Treasurer

Jason McNew is a Senior Engineer and Project Manager with the Site Characterization and Remediation Group at EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC. Besides his role as an engineer in charge of the development and management of remedial investigations, designs, and implementations, he is also member of the EA Sustainers and is the co-chair of the Sustainability Working Tools Group. Both groups are responsible for promoting sustainability within the company, including carbon footprint evaluations, sustainability tools, and identification and implementation of sustainable best management practices. Jason joined SURF in 2013 and was happy to see that his constant persuasion (pestering) resulted in EA becoming a sponsor of SURF. He looks forward to continuing to support SURF and interacting with its great members.

Thursday
Feb082018

Bill Butler

Nominated for: At Large Trustee

William A. Butler, P.E., BCEE, is Partner and Area Manager for Environmental Resources Management in Atlanta, Georgia. He has over 29 years of experience providing site investigation, risk assessment and remediation consulting services to primarily private industry across multiple sectors. Bill not only focuses on delivering services to his clients in a sustainable manner but also focuses on developing and implementing innovative and sustainable solutions to complex remediation challenges that achieve his clients’ business objectives. Incorporating sustainability starts at the earliest stages of the project so that a better business outcome can be achieved for his clients. Bill has been a member of SURF since 2014, and has worked on the seminar/webinar planning committee. He was a member of SURF ANZ (Australia and New Zealand) in 2012 and 2013.

Thursday
Feb082018

Buddy Bealer

Nominated for: At Large Trustee

Leroy "Buddy" Bealer is a Global Regulatory Liaison at Shell Oil Products and works from his home office in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Buddy works with Shell global environmental remediation staff, consultants, industry representatives, and regulators to develop and update regulation and guidance with state of the art research and science. Buddy joined Shell in 1988 and worked in various construction and environmental positions. He managed a Northeast environmental consulting firm office located in New Jersey for five years and returned to Shell in 2001. Buddy contributed as a charter member (2009) to the ITRC’s Green and Sustainable Remediation Team. Buddy earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering – with emphasis on Renewable Energy from the Pennsylvania State University in State College in 1988 and an executive master’s in Business Administration from the University of Connecticut in Storrs in 1997.

Thursday
Feb082018

Lynn Tucker

Nominated for: At Large Trustee

Lynn M. Tucker is a Senior Environmental Engineer at Ford Motor Company, Environmental Quality Office. She works as a project manager within the Site Assessment & Remediation group managing various decommissioning, remediation and Superfund sites. Lynn was co-developer of Ford’s Sustainable Site Management Strategy and is also leading the development of Ford’s Sustainable Remediation Program. She has been a SURF member since 2014.