Brittney Odom

Ms. Odom is an experienced project manager directly managing small to large scale projects that include emergency response; environmental site assessment and characterization; remedial pilot testing, construction, installation, operations, and maintenance; regulatory negotiations; and compliance. Her previous position required conducting performance evaluations, and implementing performance management processes. Additionally, she served as the primary client contact on assigned projects which involved building and maintaining professional relationships with clients.
Most recently her focus has been on the redevelopment of large size properties contaminated with arsenic and other legally applied pesticides. These property types include golf courses and agricultural land that have become inactive but are in high demand as residential use. With these projects there are many soil management aspects including remediation, soil blending, and placement restrictions. 
Ms. Odom has a total of nine years of experience conducting environmental site assessments, overseeing remediation activities and submitting regulatory reports including Phase I & II assessments for sites in Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, The Bahamas, Barbados and The Cayman Islands at retail gas station properties and bulk storage terminals for large oil companies.
Additional highlights of Ms. Odom’s professional career include a strong knowledge of the applicable Florida Regulatory Chapters and Standard Operating Procedures. She has experience in state, as well as, international cleanup efforts and associated regulatory procedures. She participated in successful environmental closure efforts, which imposed engineering controls and property restrictions.
Ms. Odom has ten years of managing subsurface investigation and conducting oversight during remedial activities including source removal and remediation system installation. She holds certifications in 40-Hour HAZWOPER/OSHA training, Loss Prevention System, CPR, RCRA Hazardous Waste, DOT Hazardous Waste, and a certificate from the American Petroleum Institute.