Nadia is a hydrogeologist with over 30 years of experience working with clients to address their hazardous and radiologically-contained sites. She leads teams to support the non-radiological side of site closure for the decommissioning of nuclear plants. Her expertise also includes working on coal combustion residuals and manufactured gas plant sites, groundwater investigations for sites impacted with tritium and solvents, as well as sites impacted with polychlorinated biphenyls above the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) regulatory threshold.
In her free time, Nadia is involved with Engineers Without Borders and has joined more than a dozen trips to provide potable water or infrastructure to support public health in developing communities.
“Our staff has technical expertise in both the radiological and non-radiological sides of site closure, allowing us to efficiently navigate and coordinate characterization efforts for our clients as well as translate between the two regulatory realms. We also understand the importance of keeping communication open throughout projects among all stakeholders – and that commitment can often help our clients more efficiently reach site closure.”