Todd Hagemeyer is a Senior Principal Hydrogeologist based in Georgia with more than 30 years of experience developing environmental management solutions for properties impacted by a wide range of contaminants including chlorinated solvents, energetics, metals, radionuclides, PCBs, and petroleum hydrocarbons.
This work has been performed as part of site remediations within the CERCLA, RCRA, or State-led programs, property transfers, Brownfields site redevelopment, litigation support, and on-going client environmental management programs.
Todd has decades of experience managing and implementing environmental projects that include hydrogeologic site characterizations, groundwater flow and transport modeling, feasibility studies, remedial design, remedial action, stormwater management, wetlands assessment and mitigation, GIS applications, human health and ecological risk assessment, air emission testing and permitting, and financial reporting of environmental liabilities. Todd has authored multiple publications on the application of groundwater models for selecting, designing, and optimizing groundwater remediation systems.
In addition, Todd has provided corporate environmental, health and safety (EHS) support globally to large industrial businesses as a consultant to our clients' in-house environmental compliance teams. Examples of his work includes providing site EHS managers and in-house counsel with technical and regulatory support during permit renewals, site remediation, in-house audits, and post-audit strategic planning and implementation.
Career Summary of Todd Hagemeyer, P.G.
- Specialties: Environmental Management and Compliance; Financial Reporting of Environmental Obligations; Hydrogeologic Characterization and Remediation; Risk Assessment
- Practice Areas: Environmental Management
- Disciplines: Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Hydrogeology
- Education: M.S. Hydrogeology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida,1988; B.S. Geology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1984
- Registration: Alabama Professional Geologist, 1119; Florida Professional Geologist, 875; Georgia Professional Geologist, 1101; North Carolina Professional Geologist, 1703; Virginia Professional Geologist, 1839