Nancy Anglin, PE

Principal Engineer Operations Manager



Environmental Support for Transportation Agencies

Environmental Construction Support

Environmental Plans and Specifications

Environmental Cost Estimating


BS, Geological Engineer, Queen’s University (Kingston, ON, Canada)

Nancy Anglin, PE

Principal Engineer Operations Manager

Ms. Anglin is a registered professional engineer and Envision Sustainability Professional with over twenty-eight years in environmental assessment, remediation, waste management, and worker safety. She also encompasses over twenty years of experience supporting Public Sector clients with environmental issues on Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs) and other projects. She holds a BS in Geological Engineering from Queen’s University. She is currently a Principal Engineer for Roux (2023-present). Ms. Anglin has conducted, managed, or overseen investigations and remediations at many sites located throughout Southern California. Ms. Anglin’s experience includes investigating construction projects for waste management and worker safety requirements, evaluating properties to be acquired to determine the environmental liability the purchaser may be acquiring, and review of costs associated with investigation and remediation. She also prepares plans and specifications for contaminated portions of CIPs, responds to requests for information (RFIs), and supports implementation of projects funded by grants.

representative projects
  • Oversaw Phase I and II environmental site assessments (ESAs), prepared a remedial action plan (RAP), and provided remediation cost estimates for a former metal recycling and smelting operation property in Corona, California being acquired by a Southern California county transportation agency. The property previously accumulated many hazardous waste violations and cleanup orders, and the owner had been served with criminal complaints. Litigation support was provided to the transportation agency who successfully acquired the property through a court decision. Ms. Anglin prepared the remediation costs estimate and oversaw the remediation resulting in a California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)-issued unrestricted closure for the Site.
  • Oversaw Phase I and II ESAs; and remediation cost estimating, specification preparation, and oversight for a Southern California transportation agency and City performing a railroad grade separation in Fullerton, California. Right-of-way (R/W) was being acquired from the railroad and from two industrial properties for construction of the grade separation. The objective was to evaluate site contamination issues associated with each acquisition parcel and to provide estimates of remediation costs to be set aside in an escrow account through the purchase and lease agreements. Using the assessment information, Ms. Anglin prepared an estimate of remediation costs, prepared remediation construction specifications, and supported contractor requests for information. As a subsequent project, on behalf of the city, Ms. Anglin’s team provided environmental construction support including RFI response, site sampling, interpretation of waste types, and waste profiling.
  • Oversaw a team that provided on-site and environmental document review support to a large Los Angeles County transportation agency for a $500 million enhancement project along a 16-mile stretch of a Southern California Interstate. Project tasks included working as the client’s site representative; confirming contractor compliance with the project stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) and other environmental documents; performing weekly SWPPP best management practices (BMP) inspections; reviewing contractor environmental submittals; responding to RFIs; and interpreting regulations.
  • Updated a large Los Angeles County transportation agency’s environmental-related construction specifications. Section updates included: Health, Safety, and Emergency Response Procedures for Contaminated Sites; Environmental Procedures for Contaminated and Hazardous Substances; Imported Fill, Soil Re-Use, and Soil Export Criteria; Lead-Related Construction Work; Asbestos-Related Construction Work; and Waste Management and Disposal. Prepared a new section titled Contractor Substances and Wastes and prepared a template waste management plan.
  • Acted as liaison between a Southern California county and numerous regulatory oversight agencies (various county agencies, Local Enforcement Agency, California Regional Water Quality Control Boards [RWQCB], CalRecycle, DTSC, South Coast Air Quality Management District [SCAQMD]) on a complicated park project. The park was situated on a historic dump site containing hazardous materials, including heavy metals and asbestos. Managed a large team of staff with diverse expertise to address the many issues associated with the park remodeling project (historic landfill, Solid Waste Assessment Test [SWAT] analysis, Phase I ESA, methane mitigation design, hazardous building materials, engineer cap, etc.), and supporting the county with technical input for its public outreach. A key aspect of the project’s success was the team’s ability to obtain regulatory agreement of legal interpretations to allow asbestos to remain buried on-site.