Latham, NY, August 31, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Senior Environmental Engineer, Susan B. Welt utilizes her more than fifteen years of experience in her role at Geosyntec Consultants. Her areas of expertise include vapor intrusion, stakeholder negotiations, manufactured gas plants and management of complex environmental projects.
Geosyntec Consultants serves as an engineering and consulting firm that works with private and public sectors clients. With more than eighty offices in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and Malaysia, Geosyntec Consultants handle ventures and problems that may arise with the environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure worldwide.
Prior to her position as Senior Environmental Engineer at Geosyntec Consultants, Susan worked as a Project Engineer at RETEC Group Inc. designing, managing, and overseeing implementation of remedial alternatives for manufactured gas plant projects; and as a Director at Blasland Bouck & Lee, Inc. where she served as a practice leader for the vapor intrusion service area and managed, designed, and oversaw remedial alternatives and restoration activities, for impacted soils, sediments, and groundwater. She was an owner and principal of EnviroGroup Limited, which is now a Geosyntec company. Susan served as a member of the ITRC vapor intrusion team, where she assisted with the development of the ITRC vapor intrusion guidance document. Her commitment goes even further as she has served as a vapor intrusion expert with the New York State Department of Health.
As a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of New York, Susan holds a Master’s of Public Health from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. In addition, she earned a Master of Science and Bachelor’s of Science degree in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from Cornell University. Susan has written numerous papers and presented on topics ranging from vapor intrusion sampling, risk based management of contaminated sediments, treatment of groundwater, migration techniques and much more.
Beyond her years of experience, Susan holds the following certifications: Agency for Toxic Substance & Disease Registry (ATSDR)’s Basic Course for Health Assessment Consultation; National Incident Management System Incident Command System 100, 200, 300, 400,700, 800; OSHA Certification in HAZWOPER Supervisor Training NUCA Excavation Competent Person; OSHA Certification in Electrical Safety (General Industry); OSHA Certification in 10-Hour Construction; Certified in 4-Hour DOT Basic HAZMAT (#1058); OSHA Certification in HAZWOPER 40-Hour with Annual 8-Hour Refreshers; On-Track Railroad Safety Certification with Annual Refreshers; Adult and Pediatric First Aid/ Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) / Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
Susan maintains affiliations with the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences Foundation, the Air & Waste Management Association, New York State Professional Engineers, and the National Association of Professional Women. She is a Fellow of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute.
Among her many accomplishments, Susan is proud to be a 2015-2016 inductee into the VIP Woman of the Year Circle by the National Association of Professional Women. She is recognized as a Pinnacle Professional by the Continental Who’s Who in the field of Consulting. Additionally, Susan has been inducted as the “Top Tier of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Recognition” by Oxford Who’s Who.
Susan attributes her success to the support from her parents, Howard and Alice Welt, in addition to her sisters, Laura Lavell and Karen Steeves and her son, Trevor.
In her free time, she enjoys sculpting, painting, playing tennis and spending time with her son, Trevor.