Brianne Archer, PE, CPP
Ms. Archer, a Supervising Engineer, has been working in the environmental consulting field since 2002 and is a licensed Professional Civil Engineer and a Certified Permitting Professional with the South Coast Air Quality Management District. Ms. Archer’s primary responsibilities include litigation support, overseeing environmental site assessments (Phase I and Phase II), preparing remediation plans, and conducting human health risk assessments.
As a Professional Engineer, Ms. Archer has prepared several stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPP) and Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans. Ms. Archer has extensive experience with regulatory compliance issues and has prepared plans and permits for state and local agencies, including National Discharge Pollution Elimination System (NPDES) permits, industrial wastewater discharge permits, hazardous materials business plans, compliance documentation for hazardous waste storage and treatment permitting, emergency contingency plans, standard operating procedures, and in-house environmental management plans.
Mindy Jenkins, PG, CSST
Ms. Jenkins is a Supervising Geologist and a licensed Professional Geologist and Certified Site Surveillance Technician. She has accumulated experience in a variety of disciplines within the environmental consulting field since 2002. Her work has been conducted for numerous commercial and various industrial properties, government military bases, local school districts, and the private sector. The majority of her work responsibilities have been preparing and implementing workplans for soil, soil vapor and groundwater sampling and remediation, and completing Phase II Environmental Assessment and Groundwater Monitoring reports.
Ms. Fields is a Senior Scientist at Waterstone Environmental, and has been involved in the environmental industry since joining Waterstone in 2007. Her primary responsibilities include managing and performing environmental site assessments, including Phase I and Phase II investigations, as well as management of remediation projects. Her work has been conducted for numerous commercial and industrial properties, local school districts, and the private sector. The majority of her assignments have been preparing and implementing workplans for soil, soil vapor and groundwater sampling and remediation, and completing Phase II Environmental Assessment and Groundwater Monitoring reports.
Mr. Dagdigian is an Associate Geologist at Waterstone Environmental, whose primary responsibilities include fieldwork activities and management, supervision of subcontractor operations, spreadsheet and data management, report preparation, and litigation support. Mr. Dagdigian was first introduced to the realm of environmental sciences when he earned the opportunity to intern with the Bolsa Chica Conservancy in 2009. During this time, Mr. Dagdigian gained valuable insight into building management, ecology, business management, and administrative support. Following this experiencing, Mr. Dagdigian was given the opportunity to intern and Waterstone Environmental during the summer of 2010 and 2011 and subsequently hired as a full time employee in the summer of 2012. Mr. Dagdigian earned a Bachelor's Degree in Geological Sciences from the University of Southern California in 2012.
Matthew Dumont, EIT
Mr. Dumont is the newest member of the Waterstone Team. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2015 and a Master of Engineering in 2016, both from the University of New Hampshire. As a student, Matt worked as an engineering intern for the town of Hudson, New Hampshire and served as a graduate Teaching Assistant while completing his Masters.