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Benjamin G. Myers, P.E.
Vice President
Environmental Consulting

Abingdon, MD Office
(443) 286-0765

Ben Myers, a licensed professional engineer with 30 years of experience (17 with GTA) providing environmental consulting and engineering services, has been named a Vice President of GTA.

Ben specializes in overseeing and managing all facets of environmental investigation and remediation projects for private clients, local and state governments, and federal agencies. Specific environmental factors include brownfields redevelopment; hazardous waste site investigation and remediation; Phase I and Phase II site assessments; UST and AST evaluations, compliance, removals, installations, and closures; remediation system design, installation, operation and maintenance, and closure; landfill siting, monitoring, closure, and post-closure compliance; environmental facility compliance assessments and monitoring; water, wastewater, and septic treatment system evaluation, selection, design, and repairs/upgrades; environmental assessments and remediation associated with building sites; facility decommissioning surveys (e.g., asbestos, mold, lead, regulated materials); groundwater evaluation/monitoring and remediation associated with spills and leaks of regulated materials; and permitting and permit compliance (air, stormwater discharge, NPDES). Project sites include former industrial properties, landfills, shooting ranges, military facilities, orchards, gas stations, petroleum refineries, and chemical plants.

Ben is a licensed professional engineer in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania and holds a Maryland Underground Storage Tank Remover license. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University and is a member of the York County Economic Alliance, and Manufacturer’s Association of South Central PA.

He is currently overseeing multiple projects in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania including a 2,000,000-square-foot industrial building redevelopment, spill response and remediation at a trucking terminal, and the redevelopment of a former marine construction facility.