Mark Dagel, R.G., LHG, Principal Hydrogeologist

Mark is a hydrogeologist who works with his clients to understand and effectively manage their environmental liabilities. He is skilled at managing complex contracts with large teams and many moving parts, which has earned him a positive reputation for his work for public and private sector clients in the Pacific Northwest.

Mark uses clear and precise communications to bridge the gap among stakeholders, the regulators, the “regulated,” and members of his clients’ teams. An adaptable and trusted advisor for his clients, Mark quickly focuses on the core issues impacting a project and break down the decision-making process into manageable pieces. This facilitates efficient decision-making and keeps projects efficiently moving forward. Mark is also committed to bringing the right skills to address his clients’ challenges, which means he seeks the right colleagues and subconsultants to ensure the best solutions for his clients.

  • Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA)
  • Environmental impact statements (EISs) and other environmental planning and permitting studies under the National and State Environmental Policy Acts (NEPA and SEPA), and other laws and regulations
  • Environmental studies, including remedial investigations, feasibility studies, preliminary assessments, and site investigations
  • Groundwater source studies, water quality investigations, and evaluation of water rights
  • Natural resource damages and allocations assessment under the Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) process
  • Petroleum-contaminated sites, landfills, military installations, industrial facilities, and abandoned mining, milling, and smelting sites
  • Washington’s Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA)

“The most satisfying projects are those in which I become part of the client’s team. This allows us to work together to solve their challenges – collaboratively strategizing and identifying creative solutions as a cohesive team.”

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