Darrell Webb

Darrell L. Webb, PE, REM

TITLE

Principle Engineer / Project Manager

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Georgia Institute of Technology – Atlanta, Georgia Bachelor of Civil Engineering, 1995

EXPERTISE Environmental and Geotechnical Engineering
Advanced Environmental Management, Inc., 1993 to present:

Mr. Webb began working with Advanced Environmental Management, Inc. in 1993 as a part time employee and full time student. Upon his graduation in March 1995, Mr. Webb assumed his current role of Project Engineer/Project Manager. After receiving professional registration in February 2000, Mr. Webb became a principal in the firm. His project experience includes:

  • Designing and conducting Geotechnical and Environmental investigations for various projects.
  • Designing and conducting Rock Probe investigations for various facilities.
  • Oversight and reporting of Compliance Groundwater/Surface Water Monitoring projects at over 40 landfills located across Georgia.
  • Oversight and reporting of Compliance Methane Monitoring projects at over 40 landfills located across Georgia.
  • Preparation and implementation of Corrective Action Plans to negate hazards associated with groundwater contamination or methane migration.
  • Oversight and reporting of Hydrogeologic Assessments for landfill sitting and/or monitoring system design.
  • Preparation of Groundwater/Surface Water and Methane Monitoring Plans for disposal facilities.
  • Oversight and reporting of monitoring system installations at disposal facilities.

United Consulting Group, Ltd.; 1989 to 1993

United Consulting Group, Ltd. (formerly Hill-Fister Engineers) is a Civil Engineering consulting firm located in Clarkston, Georgia. At United, Mr. Webb was employed as a cooperative student and worked on projects throughout the southeast. Some of these projects include:

 

  • Field supervision for Hydrogeologic Assessments and Monitoring
  • System Installation projects.
  • Field supervision for Geotechnical and Site Suitability Investigations.
  • Laboratory Testing of soils for physical properties.
    Footing inspections for residential buildings.
  • Drafting site plans for various projects.
SPECIALIZED TRAINING 40-hour OSHA Safety Training Course, 1993

Subsequent annual 8-hour refresher courses

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION Engineer-in-Training Certificate, 1995

Registered Environmental Professional, REM 9008

Professional Engineer, Number 25864


Note:

  • Registered Environmental Manager (REM)
  • Georgia Registered Professional Engineer (PE)

Environmental Images

Post-closure uses of landfills must be approved by the state regulators. Many sites in Georgia have model airplane fields such as this one installed after closure. The site owner must consider the increased risk due to public exposure and the users must comply with safety standards. As shown in this photo, no enclosed structures are allowed atop the waste unit.Post-closure uses of landfills must be approved by the state regulators. Many sites in Georgia have model airplane fields such as this one installed after closure. The site owner must consider the increased risk due to public exposure and the users must comply with safety standards. As shown in this photo, no enclosed structures are allowed atop the waste unit.
Post-closure uses of landfills must be approved by the state regulators. Many sites in Georgia have model airplane fields such as this one installed after closure. The site owner must consider the increased risk due to public exposure and the users must comply with safety standards. As shown in this photo, no enclosed structures are allowed atop the waste unit.