C+S January 2020 Vol. 6 Issue 1 (web)

Lee Daigle Senior Project Manager Cornerstone Environmental Group, A Tetra Tech Company Madison, Wisconsin

Daigle is a project manager with 12 years of experience in the landfill gas industry. He has managed the design, construction, operation, and monitoring of landfill gas extraction and treatment systems at municipal solid waste landfills throughout North America. He has led the initial start-up and monitoring of collection and control systems and has performed data analysis and interpretation to assist in optimizing overall landfill gas system performance. Accomplishments: • Project manager for a multi-disciplinary team on a unique landfill gas to renewable natural gas (LFG-to-RNG) facility at the Dane County Rodefeld Landfill, the first of its kind in the US. • Has registered numerous landfills for compliance with the United States Environmental Protection Agency's mandatory rules for greenhouse gas reporting. He has also performed construction management and construction quality assurance services during the installation of numerous landfill gas extraction and treatment systems. • Served as project manager overseeing routine operation and maintenance activities for landfill gas collection and control systems at four landfill facilities with the San Bernardino County Solid Waste Management Division. Public/Professional Service: Presented at numerous local, regional, state, and national con- ferences and events, including the Global Waste Symposium and the Engineering Society of Detroit. Education: BA, Environmental Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic University Todd Abrams Principal-in-Charge, Civil Engineering WT Group Hoffman Estates, Illinois Abrams joined WT Group right out of college as a Project Designer. He rose through the ranks to Project Manager and Vice President, and was then named the youngest President/ Principal-in-Charge in the history of the civil engineering division at only 35 years old. His work ethic shows in the number of projects he has successfully completed. In just 15 years he has accumulated experience on projects that would take other professionals decades to acquire. Accomplishments: • Regularly hired by the Illinois Department of Transportation as an expert witness. • Site Design: 10+ residential developments; 20+ truck and trailer facilities; 100+ gas stations throughout the Midwest; 60+ commercial projects; 50+ park district projects; 55+ educa- tional institutions; Eminent Domain Analysis – over 300 reports for State/County and 250 for private owners. • Redesign of Springfield Park baseball complex in Bloomingdale, Illinois to solve long- standing drainage problem. Public/Professional Service: He supports the Children’s Advocacy Center, which is dedi- cated to serving the needs of abused children. He also volunteers with the local park district, painting old playgrounds and making them safe for children. Todd reaches out to young engineers, mentoring them and teaching them how to find the path to success. Education: BS, Civil Engineering, Valparaiso


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