Patricia Morris Bryan, PG
President / Principal Geologist
Binghamton University (SUNY Binghamton)
B.S. Geology, 1980
University of Houston
Groundwater Hydrology and Groundwater Modeling, 1985
Illinois Licensed Professional Geologist, Illinois
Wyoming Professional Geologist PG‐2348
Kentucky Professional Geologist PG‐1442
Geological Society of America (GSA)
Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists, (AEG), past North Central Section Chair
Illinois Board of Licensing for Professional Geologists, Board Member
AEG Foundation, Past President, Past Executive Director
OSHA 40‐Hour HAZWOPER & annual refreshers
OSHA 8‐ Hour Supervisory Course, Bethesda, MD
Brownfields – coordinates environmental assessment and cleanup with redevelopment for municipalities, public agencies and private industry and developers.
Over thirty years of experience in environmental consulting including Phase I and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, remedial investigations, hydrogeological and geological investigations, UST investigations, brownfield investigations and remediation, risk assessments, and remedial response actions pursuant to the Illinois EPA SRP, TACO and LUST programs as well as other state programs.
Senior Project Manager and Client/Program Manager for public and private sector clients.
2014 – to present ‐ Bryan Environmental Consultants, Inc.
President / Principal Geologist
Environmental consulting specializing in Due Diligence, Phase I and II ESAs, Site Remediation, and Brownfields Redevelopment.
2015 ‐ 2016 – Terracon Consultants, Inc.
Senior Associate/Environmental Department Manager
Manager of Environmental practice in Chicago metro area. Focused on Phase I and II ESAs, CCDD, and Site Remediation services. Clients included developers, banks, universities. Mentor and develop junior, mid‐level, and senior staff on all aspects of environmental consulting.
2013 ‐ 2014 – Roux Associates, Inc., Oak Brook, IL
Principal Geologist, Brownfields Practice
Lead Brownfield Redevelopment practice. Focused on Phase I and II ESAs, Site Remediation. Provided services to municipalities and the public sector in Chicago and Northwest Indiana. Mentor and develop junior, mid‐level, and senior staff on all aspects of environmental consulting.
2002 ‐ 2013 – URS Corporation (Now AECOM), Chicago, IL
Principal Geologist, Senior Project Manager, Group Leader for Brownfields Redevelopment, Client Account Manager
Expanded customer base and brownfields practice in Chicago office. Fostered client relationships while mentoring in‐house staff and developing technical capabilities in GIS/database fields.
1999 – 2002 – IT Corporation (now CBI), Chicago, IL
Client Program Manager
Developed customer base for the Chicago office. Secured 3-year contracts with four new municipal clients and numerous industrial / commercial clients. Program Manager for a mid‐sized chemical company and secured over $3 million in revenues for engineering services for that client.
1992 – 1999 ‐ Earth Tech Inc. (Now AECOM)
Program Manager, Environmental Department Manager
Served as the Chicago Environmental Department Manager; managed a group of 25 geologists, engineers and environmental scientists. Responsible for customer account development; project management; staff development; profit and loss.
1987 – 1992 – Goldman Environmental Consultants, Braintree, MA
Manager, Environmental Site Assessments
Managed the Environmental Site Assessments Group, performed Phase I and Phase II ESAs throughout New England and Mid‐Atlantic region for major client portfolios
Women owned, experts in our field.
Author of various presentations on Brownfields investigations, innovative remediation and site closure strategies
- The Role of the AEG Foundation and the Future of Environmental and Engineering Geology, Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2012.
- A Sustainable Solution to Flooding In a Karst Terrain, Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2011.
- Creating Sustainable Projects in the Developing World–A Sustainable Solution to Flooding in a Karst Terrain, Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2010.
- Implementing Greener Cleanups – Current Status and Case Studies Using Greener Clean Up Options, Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2010
- Presenting the Big Picture – Evaluating Contaminant Plume Geometry Using LIDAR, GIS, and 3‐D Visualization, Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2008.
- Green Remediation ‐ How Geologists Can Employ Green Remediation at Contaminated Sites, Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2009.
- Geologic and Hydrogeologic Considerations in Developing an Alternative Energy Source For a Gas‐Fired Chemical Plant, September 2007.
- Soil Vapor Extraction Versus Chemical Oxidation in a Persistent Voc Plume in a Shallow Glacial Till Aquifer., September 2007.
- A Success Story at Buffalo’s Waterfront ‐ Integrated Brownfield Remediation and Redevelopment, Association of Engineering Geologists annual meeting, November, 2006.
- Remeditating a Groundwater Plume Using Sulfate Amendments, Association of Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2005.
- Site Remediation, a Two Phased Approach to Soil and Groundwater Contamination at an Industrial Property, Association of Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2004.
- Geological, Geotechnical and Environmental Aspects of Property Reuse In an Urban Setting. Association of Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting, September 2003.