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Michael E. Morris, P.G.
Senior Professional Geologist
30+ Years Experience
Mr. Morris serves Shield as a Senior Geologist and Project Manager. Currently, he is involved in the preparation of work plans, cost analyses, and remedial investigations and corrective actions for numerous sites in the United States and abroad.
With 30+ years of experience as an environmental consultant, Mr. Morris has served as the project manager, site manager, or project geologist on numerous projects including state and federal Superfund sites from New York to California and abroad in Australia, Brazil, Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic.
B.A. Geography, University of Kentucky, 1987
B.S. Geology, University of Kentucky, 1989
Grad. studies, Geology, University of Kentucky, 1989-91
Registered Professional Geologist: Kentucky #2225,
Arizona #36062, Tennessee #TN3844, Georgia #PG002069
Virginia #1971, North Carolina #2395.
PSTEAF Certified Contractor #1120
40-Hour Hazardous Waste Site Worker Certification
8-Hour Site Supervisor Training
Member, National Ground Water Association
Kentucky Society for Professional Geologists
Federal Superfund Site – Operation and maintenance of a groundwater treatment system at a TCE- contaminated site, Harlan, Kentucky
(USEPA Region IV and KDWM – Superfund).
University of Kentucky - Investigation and remediation of three sites containing buried experimental-grade herbicides and pesticides, Lexington, Kentucky (KDWM – Superfund Branch).
Private Client – Remedial investigation and preparation of a corrective action plan for a site with PCE and TCE contamination, Louisville, Kentucky (KDWM – Superfund Branch).
Site Manager/Project Geologist:
Federal Superfund Site – Remedial investigation and feasibility study at a former landfill site, Cumberland, Rhode Island (EPA Region 1).
Kentucky State Superfund Site – Remedial investigation of the abandoned Middlesboro Tannery site in Middlesboro, Kentucky.
Private Client – Removal of source contamination and the installation of a groundwater treatment system, Kings Park, Australia.