Environmental Consultant David Palmerton Joins SCS

January 20, 2023

Environmental Consulting - SCS Engineers
Dave Palmerton, Geologist in Pennsylvania and four other states, helps industry work sustainably.


David Palmerton joins SCS Engineers as a Project Director specializing in environmental services for industrial water management, due diligence, and remediation. Palmerton serves clients in and around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the Mid-Atlantic region.

“David joins SCS with an excellent performance record and credentials serving industry clients. Our consulting engineer teams include scientists with field and business experience to create solutions that meet and remain compliant with local, state, and federal policies while economically and socially practical,” states Vice President Denise Wessels.

Palmerton is a Certified Professional Geologist in five states and brings expertise developed supporting Fortune 100 and 500 firms throughout North America, keeping project teams on schedule and budget.

Today’s sustainable industrial operations, including those for oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, energy, and solid waste, consider the environment and human health during operations. It is good business to run sustainably, supporting both communities and shareholders, which has been SCS’s mission for over 50 years.

Palmerton brings decades of experience working with stakeholders to bring project strategies from concept to successful completion using a holistic combination of environmental field management, construction quality control, and sound economic practices. His project experience includes litigation support, site assessment, remediation, due diligence, and risk reviews for private industry, CERCLA and RCRA-regulated sites.

Palmerton is a published author and speaks at industry and association educational events. He is certified by the American Institute of Professional Geologists and is a USACE Certified Quality Control Manager. He earned his BS at the State University of New York College at Buffalo.


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