Graeme is an environmental scientist focusing on brownfield projects including remedial investigation and feasibility studies, risk assessment, remedial action planning, remedy implementation, and site closure. He has secured state and federal grant funding for tribes and municipalities throughout Oregon and has completed public and private sector brownfield cleanup and redevelopment projects in several states.
With field experience involving soil, sediment, surface water, and groundwater sampling to support site assessment and characterization, Graeme has led natural resource projects involving sediment cleanup, wetlands, and stream restoration. Here, he oversees and implements best management practices for erosion control compliance and stormwater regulations. He is also a certified environmental construction inspector with the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Graeme enjoys all things gastronomy and spends his free time gardening, beekeeping, playing tennis, and restoring the 1922 bungalow he shares with his wife and two daughters in southwest Portland.