Stephen Bentsen, PE

Environmental Engineer - Associate Principal

Stephen Bentsen is a civil/environmental professional engineer with 13 years experience providing expertise for a range of projects at Floyd|Snider. Stephen specializes in stormwater regulation compliance and treatment, marine/waterfront sediment and uplands remediation, and construction management. He is experienced in the design of light non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPL) recovery systems, remediation plans, stormwater quality and quantity treatment systems, preparation of remedial investigations, feasibility studies, sampling and analysis plans, and detailed hydraulic reports.

Stephen has applied his technical experience to a wide range of the remediation and engineering aspects of projects, including both uplands and sediment/waterfront remediation design, construction management on dredging and restoration projects, operation and maintenance of bioremediation treatment cells, gathering topographical and geographical statistics, and historical stormwater conveyance system research. Stephen has provided expertise and project management to complex projects involving multiple regulatory agencies and organizations. His familiarity with regulatory guidelines and regulations, and his attention to detail enable him to identify problem areas and assist with finding solutions for environmental challenges.

Stephen has additional experience with analysis of stormwater runoff using modeling programs including StormShed, MGSFlood, and CAiCE Visual Drainage, and contaminant modeling in soil and groundwater using programs including BIOSCREEN, SESoil, and AT123D. Stephen holds an undergraduate degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Seattle University and an undergraduate degree in Legal Studies from State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo.