Jacksonville, FL – Golder Associates Inc. (Golder) Senior Engineer Sal Mohammad, Project Engineer Kristen Sealey and Staff Engineer Brandon Poiencot have earned their Professional Engineer (PE) licenses from the Florida Board of Professional Engineers. Kris Crockett, Staff Geologist, earned his Professional Geologist (PG) license from the Florida Board of Professional Geologists.
Sal Mohammad is a Project Engineer in Golder’s EHS/Permitting and Compliance Group with more than 10 years of experience involving air dispersion modeling, air quality permitting, emission inventories, control technology review, ambient air monitoring, meteorology analysis, noise impact assessment, and regional haze analysis. He earned a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Florida.
Kristen Sealey is an environmental engineer in Golder’s Engineering and Project Development Group with 6 years of experience in water resources engineering. She previously worked at a medium-size utility providing environmental compliance and permitting support for municipal potable water and wastewater treatment facilities. As a consultant, Ms. Sealey provides clients services for potable water, wastewater, and stormwater needs. Her work experience includes surface water regulatory compliance, implementation of innovative best management principles, total maximum daily load evaluations and support, permitting and reporting, and water and wastewater treatment processes. She holds a Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering from the University of Florida.
Brandon Poiencot joined Golder in 2011 and is a Staff Engineer in the Engineering and Project Development Group whose responsibilities include construction quality assurance inspection and design for landfill final closure construction, gas collection systems, and landfill gas monitoring. Brandon’s duties also include support for Golder’s efforts in monitoring and system installation for the petroleum cleanup and dry cleaning programs. He has also performed work for the design and permitting of stormwater, water, and wastewater treatment systems. Brandon earned a master’s degree in civil engineering with a focus on environmental and water resources engineering from the University of North Florida in April 2012.
Kris Crockett is a geologist in the Assessment and Remediation group with Golder and has been with the firm since 2011. His primary practice areas are leading field efforts and supporting numerous projects including Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) sites, petroleum facilities, dry cleaning facilities, landfills, voluntary cleanup programs and large commercial tracts under consideration for acquisition by private sector clients. Kris graduated from the University of Florida with a Master of Science in Geology.