Adam Segerlind, P.E.

Adam Segerlind, P.E., Senior Environmental Engineer


Adam Segerlind serves as a Senior Environmental Engineer with expertise in evaluating remediation alternatives to effectively mitigate contaminated soil, sediment, groundwater, soil gas and indoor air.

He has completed remedial design and equipment selection for implementation of new, and upgrading of existing, remediation systems.  His experience also includes preparation of bidding specifications and contract documents for environmental remediation projects with design and construction costs ranging from $5,000 to $500,000.  He is responsible for overseeing and performing operations and maintenance of various remediation systems, including: groundwater recovery with air stripper, GAC and ion exchange resin treatment; air sparging; soil vapor extraction; and, pneumatically operated NAPL recovery pumps.  Adam has designed and overseen the application of in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) agents, such as potassium permanganate, Fenton’s Reagent and sodium percarbonate.  Adam has experience with surface water discharge (NPDES) permitting process and is familiar with State of Michigan Air Quality Permitting for remediation processes and use of granular activated carbon and catalytic oxidizers to control emissions of VOC.