Senior Geo-Environmental Consultant, Land Quality
MSc, MSci, FGS
Emma has vast experience in completing geo-environmental assessments for a range of different land uses. This includes former landfills and brownfield sites across the south east of England, as well as designing, supervising and managing ground investigation works and carrying out soil, groundwater and ground gas sampling. She also has experience in supervising earthworks and preparing remediation strategy documentation.
Her skillset includes ground investigation design, project management and sub-contractor management. She’s also skilled in Generic and Detailed Quantitative Risk Assessment reports (GQRA & DQRA) for human health and controlled waters.
Notable projects that Emma has worked on include undertaking the geo-environmental project management and reporting for multiple large redevelopment schemes for mixed residential and commercial use. Emma has provided design input and supervision for various phases of ground investigations, including at an existing sewage treatment works and various landfill sites as part of redeveloping the sites, and also project managed extensive groundwater, surface water and gas monitoring programmes.
Emma has also managed a project investigating PFAS contamination in groundwater at a UK airport. She supervised the drilling of boreholes to assess the baseline PFAS contamination ahead of implementing an in-situ remediation (permeable barrier) solution at the site, and continued the monitoring to verify the efficacy of a pilot trial of the remediation solution.
Emma is a Fellow of the Geological Society of London (FGS).