Maggie Mandell is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) with more than 15 years of experience in environmental engineering and consulting. She began her career with a 7 year stint as a consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton, conducting environmental compliance audits and providing environmental management support to mostly DoD clients. She then transitioned to Potomac-Hudson Engineering, a small business engineering firm, followed by Versar (formerly J.M. Waller), where she supported dozens of EPA Superfund Site projects and was also co-chair of the Versar Sustainability Program. Maggie joined Environmental Works, Inc. (EWI) in October 2019 and has been supporting a variety of environmental compliance and remediation projects. Maggie recently became a certified FAA Part 107 drone pilot and looks forward to expanding EWI’s environmental services to include this technology.
Maggie earned a BSE in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Duke University and a MS in Environmental Engineering from Northwestern University. Originally from Bethesda, MD, she and her husband moved to Denver in 2013; they spend their free time taking advantage of all that beautiful Colorado has to offer… hiking, biking, and skiing… with their daughter, son, and furbaby.
Current Employer: Principal / Environmental Services Manager, CGRS Inc., 1301 Academy Court, Ft. Collins, CO, 80524, (970)493-7780 Email: Glen@cgrs.com
Glen Vallance is a Principal and Environmental Services Manager at CGRS’s corporate headquarters in Fort Collins, Colorado. Glen is a Recognized Environmental Professional (REP) with over 18 years of professional environmental experience, and he currently specializes in site assessment and remediation. In addition to managing multiple CGRS divisions, his experiences encompass a variety of tasks, including surface water quality studies, petroleum storage tank consulting, Phase I and II ESA, soil and groundwater assessment, aquifer characterization, and regulatory compliance. Glen is a graduate of Colorado State University’s Natural Resources Department with a bachelor’s degree in Watershed Science.