Scott Connors has his B.S. in Geology from Ball State along with over 16 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry as a geologist. He currently serves as Senior Project Manager involved in all phases of site investigation and remediation, including proposal, bid acquisition, permitting, monitoring, installation, analysis and reporting. He is responsible for field project management of large and complex phases of field work, including environmental construction projects, such as excavation and disposal of contaminated soil, excavation and treatment and underground storage tank (UST) removal. He manages complex projects in the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST), State Cleanup, and Voluntary Remediation Program (VRP) and reports results to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) including Initial Site Investigation (ISC), Further Site Investigation (FSI), Corrective Action Plan (CAP), ongoing remediation phases, and Quarterly Corrective Action Plan Reports (CAPR). Scott ensures projects are completed on schedule and within budget.

Scott has experience in planning and initiating remediation at petroleum and solvent sites with a variety of technical approaches including excavation and disposal, excavation combined with injection, and installation of many types of mechanical remediation systems (air sparge, soil vapor extraction, groundwater extraction and multi-phase extraction).