SCS Aquaterra Welcomes Amy Dzialowski

January 16, 2014



OVERLAND PARK, Kans. – SCS Aquaterra, an award-winning environmental consulting firm, is pleased to welcome Amy M. Dzialowski as Senior Project Manager. Ms. Dzialowski brings more than 12 years of experience to the SCS team; specializing in brownfields redevelopment, environmental planning, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance and environmental site assessments.

As an urban planner with environmental and land use planning expertise, Amy understands the many challenges of environmental compliance and urban redevelopment projects. She works closely with public and private clients to provide advisory services, public engagement, environmental strategies, and risk protection. Amy’s experience and commitment to brownfields redevelopment goes beyond the technical perspective to include the identification of funding opportunities, grant application preparation, and grant administration; public outreach, agency coordination and partnership development.

At SCS, Amy will be responsible for all phases of project management and performance, business development and strategic leadership of SCS’s Environmental Services Practice for brownfields redevelopment, NEPA compliance, and environmental planning.

“We’ve observed how Amy’s expertise in urban planning and redevelopment has transformed city landscapes and revitalized communities into Phoenix Award winners, said Registered Geologist, Joseph Mizerany, SCS Engineers National Account Manager. “Amy will fortify SCS’s brownfields redevelopment and NEPA practice areas as she brings an honorable reputation and proven success throughout the Central U.S., and nationally.”

Prior to joining SCS, Amy served as the Environmental Project Manager at H.W. Lochner. She earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and a master’s degree in urban planning from the University of Kansas.