Rachel Blomberg is a registered professional engineer (P.E.) and serves as a Program Manager for the EPA/IIS Program, Special Projects Branch, of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. She served as a hydrologist and project manager for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) in the Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division Remediation Program, and worked for the USGS in their Colorado Water Science Center before joining the State. Rachel’s primary duties range from asbestos mitigation to contaminated groundwater cleanup on active military bases and formerly used defense sites, but she primarily focuses on emerging contaminants through her PFAS response efforts at Colorado’s Air Force Bases and through her involvement in drafting new site specific groundwater standards.
Rachel earned a BS from Cornell University and a MS from Colorado School of Mines. Originally from Northern California, she has lived in NY, AK, ME, Denmark and finally Colorado. She spends much of her free time renovating her century old home in Denver. When she is not doing that, she is most likely hiking or cross country skiing with her American Bulldog, fishing, cooking a new recipe, or enjoying a local show or game night.
Current Employer: PMP, REP, Principal, Environmental Services, Stantec Consulting Services, 370 Interlocken Blvd #200, Broomfield, CO 80021, (607)339-7380 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin has 19 years of experience in the environmental consulting, environmental engineering, and project and account management fields. Through an in-depth understanding of various lithologic conditions and through years of experience working with both classic and innovative remediation technologies, Kevin is able to lead teams that deliver high-quality and reliable services to his clients – both public and private. Kevin manages and has performed various duties associated with the characterization and remediation of hydrocarbon-impacted sites, chlorinated solvent-impacted sites, as well as sites with metals, PCB, asbestos, and pesticide contamination. Additionally, Kevin supports a nationwide retail gasoline client with the management of fuel system installation projects throughout the US. As part of this scope of work, Kevin manages a team of inspectors across the US, that ensure compliance with equipment and installation specifications and best practices. Kevin is a Recognized Environmental Professional in the State of Colorado, maintains a Project Management Professional certification, and he has previously completed the Colorado Oil and Gas Association’s EnGen leadership development program.
Kevin earned a BS in Biological and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York in 2004. He and his wife Liana moved to Colorado in 2006 from the Hudson Valley of New York, and they are raising two daughters in the foothills of Golden. In the free time that a parent with two primary school-aged children might have to pursue their own interests, Kevin is always trying to find live music to attend. Otherwise, he likes to camp in the summer, to find a hut trip to take in the winter, and he likes to hunt in the fall.