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CH2M HILL hires Mowder as bioremediation expert

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By: HazMat Staff

CH2M HILL, a global full-service consulting, design, construction, and operations firm, has announced that Carol Mowder, P.E., has joined their Baltimore, Maryland office as a subject matter expert in remediation strategies and bioremediation.

The company says Mowder’s primary role will be to develop client site strategies and cleanup solutions as a leader in CH2M HILL’s Site Remediation and Revitalization practice.

“Carol is a leading remediation practitioner with diverse work experience and outstanding client relationships,” said John Mogge, CH2M HILL’s Technology, Practice, and Design Director, in a statement to media. “She is an expert in connecting customer needs with technology solutions and is a proven resource in delivering value to customers with complex challenges,” added Mogge.

Mowder is a chemical and environmental engineer (Maryland PE) with more than 25 years of experience in environmental investigation and remediation. She specialized in the evaluation and application of innovative remediation technologies. Technologies with which she has direct experience include in-situ anaerobic bioremediation using a variety of substrates, in-situ anaerobic bio-oxidation, in-situ chemical oxidation, in-situ chemical reduction, air sparge/soil vapor extraction, in-situ thermal remediation, permeable reactive barriers (abiotic and biotic), solidification/stabilization, and groundwater extraction and treatment, including utilization of directed groundwater recirculation.

Mowder has extensive work experience in the commercial and Federal sectors, as well as international experience, most recently in Canada, United Kingdom, Poland, and Australia.  Her work in the Federal sector has been for the US Army and the US Air Force.  She has also led remediation work in the automotive and aerospace sectors and for multinational conglomerate companies. She has served as the senior strategist/technical director for implementation of guaranteed (Performance-Based) projects

“Carol will be invaluable in supporting our continued practice growth and support our growing portfolio of performance based remediation work.   CH2M HILL continues to be a destination career company with leading industry practitioners and we are very excited to have Carol join our team,” said Paul Favara, Global Practice Director for Site Remediation and Revitalization.  

Carol joins CH2M HILL after spending over 12 years with ARCADIS where she served as a leader in remediation strategy development, bioremediation, and implementation of performance-based remediation contracts.  Prior to that Carol worked for Dames & Moore/URS for 12 years as a lead engineer on a variety of investigation and remediation projects for the Department of Defense and private sector clients; she conducted investigation/remediation field work and interpreted soil gas data for a couple of years before joining Dames & Moore.

Headquartered near Denver, Colorado, USA, employee-owned CH2M HILL is a global leader in consulting, design, design-build, operations, and program management for government, civil, industrial and energy clients. The firm’s work is concentrated in the areas of water, transportation, environment, energy and facilities. With US$7 billion in revenue and 28,000 employees, CH2M HILL is an industry-leading environmental, program management and design firm, as ranked by Engineering News-Record.

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