Please note new meeting date and room. Meetings will now be held on the second Wednesday of the month in the Planning Commission Conference Room, same building and floor.
Toby Kessler, PG and Trevor Woodward, PG
Gilmore and Associates, Inc.
Abstract: Understanding the geology of the Philadelphia area and processes involved with groundwater recharge is critical to design of stormwater infiltration facilities. The presentation will touch on glacial outwash sediments, urban fill, Wissahickon Schist bedrock, injection wells, and groundwater mounding, all of which influence groundwater recharge in our region. Investigative methods and project examples will be discussed.
Toby J. Kessler, PG is manager of Gilmore & Associates, Inc.’s geosciences department, with over 14 years of experience in geology, hydrogeology, and hazardous waste site assessment. Mr. Kessler has a Bachelors Degree in Geology from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters Degree in Geosystems from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Trevor G. Woodward, PG is an engineering geologist with over 14 years of experience in geotechnical and geologic investigations and field methods. He has a Bachelors Degree in Geology from Bloomsburg University. He is an active member of Gilmore’s Sustainable Resource and Green Infrastructure Team.
|President:|| Chris McEntee, Greeley & Hansen|
|President Elect:||Bridget Wadzuk, Villanova University|
|Vice President:||Benoit Van Aken, Temple University|
|Treasurer:||Bernadette Callahan, Stantec Consulting|
|Secretary:||Stefanie Rittenhouse, PA DEP Southeast Region|
|Membership Chair:||Adam Minichelli, Greeley & Hansen|
|Social Co-Chairs:||Nha Truong, Philadelphia Water Department|
|Daniel Wible, CH2M Hill|
|Student Co-Chairs:||Amanda Hess, Villanova University|
|Sibia Ranjbar, Temple University|
|Past President:||Jaclyn Rogers, Philadelphia Water Department|