Gregg McBride, LSP

Mr. McBride has 30 years of experience in consulting and research as an environmental scientist specializing in the impact of contaminants in the environment.  Primarily serving industrial and utility clients, he directs projects in the areas of ecological and public health risk assessment, regulatory compliance and permitting, and environmental investigations of subsurface soil and groundwater and surface water.  He also manages industrial hygiene and safety.

S. Michele Simoneaux, PWS, CESSWI

Ms. Simoneaux is an Ecologist with a specialization in wetlands science, regulations and permitting.  She holds a Master’s Degree in Conservation Biology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies.  She is an experienced wetlands scientist with a track record of successfully obtaining permits on behalf of clients, including Order of Conditions, Water Quality Certifications, NPDES permits, Army Corps of Engineers  Permits, Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) authorizations and permits through the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM).

Bruce W. Fairless, P.E., LEED AP

Mr. Fairless has over 30 years of experience in geotechnical engineering with an emphasis on multi-story buildings, and more recently solar projects and geothermal. His geotechnical experience includes design and construction of shallow and deep foundations (including caissons, piles and slurry walls); sheet pile, slurry wall and soldier pile/lagging earth support systems, and bedrock blasting and major earthwork projects. Other experience includes subsurface geotechnical investigations and geotechnical instrumentation.

Hande McCaw, P.E.

Ms. Hande McCaw provides beach and shoreline transformation and restoration, storm surge/wave/sediment transport numerical modeling expertise as well as technical modeling support, staff training and project management for GZA’s coastal hydraulics and extreme flooding practice.  Ms. McCaw has worked on numerous feasibility studies and beach management plans for locations in the eastern U.S.

Brian P. Morrill, CHMM, CET

Brian Morrill is an Associate Principal and the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Practice Group Leader in GZA’s Metro Boston office.  Mr. Morrill specializes in providing strategic management consulting services and advice to clients and assisting them in evaluating and managing their EHS risk and liability.  Mr.

Jason R. Chrzanowski

Jason is a Senior Project Manager with the Environmental Assessment Group.  He has provided a wide range of consulting services in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York and Ohio.  Additionally, he has over four years of experience in an analytical laboratory setting as a GC/MS analyst of semi-volatiles and volatile organic compounds utilizing various state and federal methodologies.  

David E. Leone, CPG, LSP

Mr. Leone is a geologist with over 20 years of experience performing hazardous waste site investigation and remediation work at state regulated hazardous waste sites.  Mr. Leone joined GZA in 1998 as an Engineer II in the Environmental Site Assessment Group.  He manages sites regulated under the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) and has managed and supported environmental studies and remedial programs under TSCA and RCRA.  Mr.


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