Nathan Higgerson

Nathan Higgerson is a Principal based in Missouri with more than 18 years of experience in both the consulting and private industries focused on fossil fuel and renewable power, mining, environment, and solid waste engineering projects.


As the current project manager for multiple coal-combustion residual (CCR) related projects, Nathan's responsibilities include oversight of landfill operations and construction projects. These projects require engineering design, permitting, budgeting, quality assurance and control, as well as environmental compliance for CCR management, reuse, and disposal systems.

Nathan has helped private and public sector clients by supervising, directing, and managing disposal activities at CCR landfills, environmental investigations, groundwater monitoring programs, solar and wind energy, and materials handling projects. He has been assisting power generation clients solve complex problems in CCR and process water systems to comply with new and changing regulations.

A recognized leader in the power generation industry, Nathan has authored several technical presentations at conference and industry groups. His work has been published in magazines and he has served on the boards of a number of industry groups and organizations.

Contact Nathan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or +1-636-812-0809.

Career Summary: Nathan Higgerson

  • Specialties: Power Generation Operational Support; CCR Materials Management and Engineering; Waste Containment Facility Permitting and Design
  • Practice Areas: Environmental Management, Water Management, Waste Management
  • Disciplines: Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering
  • Education: M.S., Business Administration, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 2012; B.S., Geological Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology, 1999
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