Eileen Marcillo’s professional experience in environmental and water resources has focused on site characterization and remediation of contaminated sites and estimating formation properties. She has worked on numerous types of projects and her responsibilities regularly consist of work planning, budgeting, implementation, and reporting. Her specific project duties have included collecting, organizing, analyzing, and reporting pertinent data in documents and reports for various commercial organizations and governmental agencies. Eileen has served in various capacities including project manager, field team leader, rig geologist, project geologist, groundwater engineer/hydrologist, and health and safety officer on projects involving the investigation and characterization of surface and subsurface contamination. These projects have been completed for a variety of state agencies, municipal organizations, and commercial industries located in the southwest and northeast US. Eileen’s work has been performed on sites where contaminants of concern include petroleum constituents, chlorinated solvents, metals, and polychlorinated biphenyls. Her water resource experience includes overseeing step-drawdown and constant rate aquifer pumping tests, participating in implementing, monitoring, and collecting data for a water quality and sustainability study, and creating a water allocation methodology while insuring that instream flows are maintained to preserved the ecological integrity of the riverine system. Ms. Marcillo is familiar with AQTESOLV, Groundwater Vistas, MODFLOW, HEC-RAS, ArcGIS, ArcHydro, HEC-HMS, Brook90, and Surfer.
MS, Hydrology, University of New Hampshire, 2005
BS, Hydrology, University of California at Davis, 2003
Santa Fe, NM