Angela E. DeDolph, PE
Angela DeDolph has more than 14 years of experience in environmental engineering. Her consulting work focuses on site investigation and remediation, litigation support, risk-based corrective action and contaminant fate and transport. She has provided technical litigation support for matters regarding extent, severity and timing of soil, groundwater and sediment contamination; human health risk assessment; toxic tort liability; Superfund cost allocation (including consistency with the NCP); and landfill closure. Superfund experience includes management of remedial investigation activities, preparation of feasibility studies and implementation of remedial actions for Superfund sites. She has managed several sites in voluntary programs in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan for site closure, which included the acquisition of “No Further Remediation” letters. Angela earned a BS and an MS in civil engineering (environmental and water studies) from Stanford University.