Kevin M. Warner, P.E.

Kevin Warner is a Principal Engineer based in Florida with more than 35 years of experience designing and implementing soil and groundwater treatment systems at hundreds of sites throughout the United States.

Kevin Warner is a Principal Engineer based in Florida with more than 35 years of experience designing and implementing soil and groundwater treatment systems at hundreds of sites throughout the United States.


As a Remedial Engineer, Kevin has successfully implemented numerous remedial technologies including soil vapor extraction, bioventing, in situ air sparging, biosparging, CO2 sparging, dual phase and multiphase extraction, steam enhanced extraction, electric resistance heating, bioslurping, bioremediation, in-situ chemical oxidation, TreeWells, pump and treat, hydraulic containment, conventional excavation, excavation using large diameter augers, in situ solidification and cosolvent and surfactant flushing. He has designed and implemented remedial technologies at high profile sites including elementary schools. He also provides guidance for implementing operations and maintenance programs that optimize the performance of remedial systems.

Kevin is currently involved in research for destroying PFAS compounds in water using the Florida State University thin film Plasma Reactor. Preliminary data from this ongoing research indicates the plasma reactor can destroy PFOS and PFOA in water.

Contact Kevin Warner at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or +1 850-518-1833.

Career Summary of Kevin M. Warner, P.E.

  • Specialties: Soil and Groundwater Remediation; Water Treatment; Thermal Remediation; Remedial Process Engineering
  • Practice Areas: Contaminated Site Assessment and Cleanup, Water and Natural Resources, Waste Management
  • Disciplines: Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering
  • Education: M.S., Chemical Engineering, Florida State University, 1998; M.S., Civil Engineering, University of South Florida, 1990; B.S., Civil Engineering, University of New Orleans, 1985
  • Registration: Florida Professional Engineer; Georgia Professional Engineer; Alabama Professional Engineer; Mississippi Professional Engineer; South Carolina Professional Engineer; North Carolina Professional Engineer; Louisiana Professional Engineer; New York Professional Engineer; New Jersey Professional Engineer

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