Amanda McKay

Toxicologist

Education:
MS, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Cornell University, 2004
BS, Biochemistry, University of California at Davis, 2000

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2009

Amanda McKay is a Toxicologist with a strong background in environmental chemistry and risk evaluation. She has used her expertise for both upland and marine/freshwater remediation and redevelopment projects under MTCA, SMS, and CERCLA. Amanda has held key roles in many sediment cleanup and habitat restoration sites including development of SAPs, RI/FSs, CAPs, and source control evaluations.

Professional Strengths

Clear understanding of environmental regulations and guidance, particularly Washington State sediment cleanup guidance

Skilled in the evaluation of sites where the nature and extent of contamination are complex—often requiring the development of site-specific cleanup levels or risk assessments

Adept at identifying expertise to supplement professional strengths and building multidisciplinary, collaborative teams

Skilled at managing development of large documents with multiple contributors, ensuring a high-quality work product that considers the needs of clients and stakeholders