Murray focuses his work on developing and applying innovative approaches and technologies for more accurate and less expensive characterization of the subsurface environment. He is an industry leader who holds patents on innovative site assessment technologies, including the most widely used dual-tube soil coring system and multi-level groundwater monitoring system (CMT™ multilevel monitoring system). He also co-developed the popular DyeLIF™ system, which is an important new technology for delineating chlorinated solvents in the subsurface.
By combining technologies, Murray efficiently and accurately characterizes his clients’ sites while reducing their project costs. He has used his 35 years of experience to act as a strategic advisor, guiding clients through complex environmental issues around the globe. Murray is also adept at finding the solution others have missed by delving into existing data, investigating data anomalies, and rethinking hypotheses – in many cases saving his clients millions of dollars.
“I have expertise in site-scale contaminant hydrogeology, but I particularly enjoy projects that require holistic evaluations of potential impacts to water supply wells resulting from releases of contaminants to groundwater aquifers.”