Detailed Evaluation of Problematic Treatment Systems and Optimization of Ongoing Remedial Operations
Preparation of Engineer’s Reports, Design Drawings, Specifications, Contract documents, Cost Estimates, Operations and Maintenance Plans for a Wide Variety of Site Remediation Systems
Design of Industrial and Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Systems
Design and Evaluation of Water Supply and Distribution Systems
Cold Eye Design Reviews and Developing Options for Process Improvement
Development of Project and Regulatory Closure Strategies
M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering - NYU Tandon School of Engineering
B.E., Civil Engineering - Cooper Union
Mr. Morrissey is a registered professional engineer with over 30 years of environmental engineering experience, including the management of complex design and construction projects related to site remediation and wastewater treatment. Mr. Morrissey received a Master of Science degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from NYU-Poly after graduating from Cooper Union with a B.E. degree in Civil Engineering. He is board-certified by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists.
Mr. Morrissey has wide-ranging experience with design, construction, and operations of groundwater recovery and treatment systems, soil vapor extraction/air sparging systems, in situ groundwater remedial technologies (e.g., chemical oxidation, enhanced bioremediation), industrial and sanitary wastewater treatment systems, LNAPL recovery systems, underground storage tank systems, and water supply, treatment, and distribution. He also has extensive experience with site cover/RCRA caps, and hazardous waste soils removal, transportation, and disposal. Mr. Morrissey has also conducted many cold eye design reviews and evaluation of process safety. Mr. Morrissey has worked with a wide variety of clients including large industrial corporations, PRP committees, attorneys, real estate developers, and insurance companies.
Evaluation of groundwater remediation options for large industrial Superfund Site on Long Island involving a significant chlorinated solvent groundwater plume potentially affecting public water supplies. Provided analysis and discussion of municipal wastewater treatment plant’s ability to treat additional 19 million gallons per day of recovered groundwater.
Developed alternative to USEPA’s approach to remediate federal Superfund site in New Hampshire at the direction of the PRP committee. Formulated an innovative approach for reuse of site the while significantly reducing project costs by utilizing alternative treatment technologies and maximizing the efficiency of the existing system. This alternative plan would achieve environmental restoration of the Site and is tailored to anticipated redevelopment of land.
Evaluation of selected wellhead treatment systems for the protection of public water supplies in Nassau County. Discussed reasonableness of design and provided opinion on allocated costs.