Geosyntec Seattle, Washington Office

Each of our offices can assist clients with our complete range of proven and innovative engineering and scientific services from our global network of leading consultants. See a list of our practice areas »

Address: 520 Pike Street, Suite 2600, Seattle, WA, 98101, USA

Telephone: 206-496-1450

Principal Consultants

  • Robert Anderson, LHG, CWRE

    Bob Anderson is a Senior Principal Hydrogeologist with more than 30 years of experience focused on water resources development and management for clients in the western United States. His technical expertise includes hydrologic characterization, aquifer characterization, groundwater and surface water interaction, probability-based analysis, surface and borehole geophysics, and flow system modeling.

  • Brent Miller, P.E.

    Brent Miller is a Senior Principal Chemical Engineer based in Washington with more than 28 years of consulting and industry experience focused on the evaluation, design, construction, operation, and optimization of soil and groundwater remedial systems and processes for clients throughout the United States.

  • Melissa Asher, P.E.

    Melissa Asher is a Principal Environmental Engineer based in Washington State with more than 10 years of professional experience focused on contaminated site assessment, remediation, and regulatory compliance. She specializes in helping her clients perform site assessments and develop closure strategies, as well as design, implement, and optimize soil and groundwater remediation projects at their complex sites.

  • Anne Fitzpatrick, LHG

    Anne Fitzpatrick is a Senior Principal Scientist based in Washington with more than 26 years of sediment remediation experience. She has in-depth experience managing high-profile investigation and remediation projects under a variety of regulatory programs with oversight from regulators, media, and the public.

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