Timmerly is a Ph.D. environmental engineer by training, specializing in the management of complex projects. She has overseen projects with USEPA, USEPA Region 4, and EPD and has familiarity with guidance for other states’ risk programs. She has worked and negotiated with regulators in the EPD’s VRP, RCRA, HSRA, and Brownfield’s programs as well as with the USEPA’s PCB (TSCA) program. As a project manager she is involved in strategic planning to balance the requirements of the regulatory authority and the needs of the client in a responsive, efficient and cost-effective manner. She has extensive experience developing and implementing project plans for characterizing the extent of soil and groundwater contamination, performing risk evaluations (traditional human health, ecological and vapor intrusion), and performing groundwater modeling. She analyzes all of this information through a combination of a database management and three-dimensional geo-spatial analysis to determine appropriate remedial actions using a risk-based approach. She interacts closely with the client and regulators throughout the process and prepares all requisite documents for submittal to the agencies.
Areas of Expertise
- Project management for site characterization and remediation
- Human health and ecological risk characterization
- Data analysis, management and GIS applications
Ph. D., Master of Environmental Engineering, Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995-1999.
Bachelor of Arts, Emory University and University of Vienna, 1995.
Professional Engineer: Colorado, Georgia, Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Wyoming
OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER