Marcus Simons, with more than 25 years of environmental consulting experience, manages much of the environmental due diligence activity at AKRF, including supervising the preparation of numerous Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, as well as more complex multi-site and litigation-related projects.
Mr. Simons' specialty is the assessment and cleanup of contaminated sites, including federal and state superfund, RCRA, TSCA, brownfield, voluntary cleanup and spill sites. He has managed some of the most complex cleanup sites in New York State. He also manages the preparation of the contaminated-materials portions of AKRF's Environmental Impact Statements (EISs) and Environmental Assessments (EAs). His expertise includes environmental due diligence and engineering, health risk assessment, development of sampling plans, economic evaluations of remedial alternatives, and regulatory and data analysis. He also has extensive experience in statistics, selection of sites for controversial facilities, and federal and state wetland regulations and waterfront permitting.
Mr. Simons holds an M.A. and B.A. (Honors) in Engineering/Management Science from Cambridge University, England, and an M.S. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie-Mellon University.