Amy Guilfoyle

Ms. Guilfoyle is an expert in the assessment and remediation of land recycling, the specialized practice of returning damaged sites and property to productive use. She has decades of environmental compliance experience in the southeastern United States and uses her experience to design practical solutions to be compliant with local, state, and federal environmental regulations and policies. Fieldwork experience includes the installation of monitoring wells using conventional and sonic rigs; direct push technology sampling; soil, sediment, and groundwater sampling; storage tank closures; spill bucket closures; Phase I/II ESAs; site assessments; remedial actions; NPDES Permits; SPCC Plans; TIER II; stormwater compliance; Industrial Wastewater Permit compliance; safety audits, and waste management.
Ms. Guilfoyle has years of experience helping city and county governments prepare and submit EPA Brownfield Assessment and Cleanup Grants, including compliance reporting and due diligence. Her participation with FDEP Standard Operating Procedures, Florida Administrative Code, Petroleum Restoration Program procedures, Low Scored Site Initiative, and legislator and compliance agency events help keep projects on track and support plans for more sustainable development. She serves on the Seminole County Port Authority Board of Directors and is the former President of the Florida Association of Environmental Professionals, Central Florida Association of Environmental Professionals, and the Metropolitan Environmental Training Alliance.