Tricia Johnson’s professional experience has focused on site investigations including groundwater and soil sampling programs, environmental site assessments and due diligence audits, site reclamation and closure, data management, litigation support, application of geographic information systems, development and management of health and safety programs, and data quality control and quality assurance. She has applied her experience to a variety of environmental and waste isolation projects involving the investigation and remediation of soil, surface water, and groundwater contamination, closure of former mill and mine sites, and hydrogeologic characterization of geologic disposal sites for hazardous and radioactive wastes. Tricia successfully managed the reclamation and closure of a uranium mine site that received a regulatory award for innovative site closure, the investigation and remediation of voluntary cleanup program and underground storage tank sites, and hydrology and long-term environmental monitoring support of a federal facility that disposes of transuranic wastes. Her field experience includes soil and water sampling including age-dating, radioactive, and solvent product sampling, subsurface investigation activities using a variety of drilling and direct push/geoprobe methods, and hydraulic well testing. She has also applied her expertise on numerous due diligence and environmental site assessments projects for private and state government clients. She has managed and executed projects for federal, state, and commercial clients with budgets in excess of $1,000,000. In addition to her technical experience, she has also serves as marketing director, which has included leading the development of many winning proposals and working closely with subject matter experts and other scientific and engineering staff to integrate technical content into a wide variety of marketing documents.
Senior Environmental Scientist; Vice President, Marketing
MBA, Business Administration, University of Phoenix, 2002
BS, Resource and Environmental Studies, Texas State University, 1993