Daniel J. Landry, EIT
Mr. Landry has over 23 years of experience in environmental consulting working in California and Oregon. Mr. Landry manages engineering, investigation, and remediation projects for a variety of clients and soil and groundwater contaminants throughout the United States. His responsibilities include: negotiations with regulatory agencies, management of soil and groundwater investigations, management of remedial actions for soil and groundwater treatment systems, management of feasibility studies, management of remediation system construction, and operation and maintenance of remediation systems. Mr. Landry has worked on over 200 remediation projects ranging in value from $5,000 to $10,000,000, at sites ranging from corner service stations to pipeline terminals, and completed investigation and remediation activities in Alaska, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. Mr. Landry has extensive experience in the investigation and cleanup of petroleum hydrocarbons.
Mr. Landry has managed remedial projects that have included: groundwater collection systems coupled to oil/water separators, air strippers and aqueous-phase granular activated carbon units, soil vapor extraction (SVE) systems, air sparging systems, thermal and catalytic hydrocarbon abatement equipment, in-situ bioremediation of chlorinated and petroleum hydrocarbons, excavation, and capping. He has also managed risk-based corrective action (RBCA) closures for sites in California, Idaho, and Oregon. He served on the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ’s) work group that developed the September 29, 1999 guidance for risk-based decision making on petroleum contaminated sites in Oregon. Mr. Landry has worked on numerous sites where litigation or potential litigation was involved.
Mr. Landry’s solid waste experience includes: project management of an engineering design project for a lined leachate storage lagoon with a floating cover, the management of construction quality assurance projects for a the installation of a leachate storage lagoon and a stormwater cover for a solid waste cell, management of a design/build leachate conveying and control system, and management of a remedial investigation related to solid waste contaminants.
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Santa Clara University, California, 1986
Engineer in Training, California, 1990
Oregon UST Decommissioning Supervisor, No. 26845
40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
8-Hour Health and Safety Supervisor Training
Shell Oil Products US – Pacific North Region, Project Manager of the Year, 2003