Megan Duley, P.E.

Chemical Engineer, Remediation Specialist, Project Manager

mduley@nf-gov.com

Office:

8845 Kimbro Ave N
Stillwater, MN 55082
United States
(651) 775-7870

Education:

Professional Engineer Registration – Minnesota
B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota Institute of Technology

 

Megan’s greatest assets are the high energy, determination, personal responsibility, and tireless problem solving she offers her clients to solve their most complex challenges. There is always a solution!

Megan offers more than 18 years of experience working across all project phases in the environmental remediation and restoration sectors. Having worked extensively with the Department of Defense (DoD) and United States Air Force, she possesses an in-depth knowledge of DoD programs, mandates, and initiatives. Megan’s client base further extends to other Federal and State agencies, as well as the private sector. Her experience includes project management, probabilistic cost estimating, site investigations and evaluations, sampling strategies, development of dynamic conceptual site models (CSMs), robust data management and communication using GIS and 3D tools, remedial action design and execution, technical facilitation, and consensus building.

Megan has built a strong ability to define alternatives and guide teams to data-centered solutions across a multitude of complex sites. She has a unique ability to assimilate large volumes of data to maximize the value of what we have in hand to understand each site. She is currently involved with multiple sites with emerging contaminants including per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), ethylene dibromide (EDB), 1,4-dioxane, n-nitroso-dimethylamine (NDMA), and perchlorate. Megan has managed compliance, restoration, and military munitions response program sites across multiple states and USEPA regions. Her experience, ability to ask the tough questions, and eternal optimism sustain her ability to provide technical facilitation for teams and stakeholders seeking resolution to difficult decision points.

Megan earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota Institute of Technology and is a licensed Professional Engineer.