Evan Malczyk

Environmental Scientist

Education:
MS, Geography, University of Toronto, 2009
BS, Environmental Science, Western Washington University, 2006

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2019

Evan Malczyk is an Environmental Scientist at Floyd|Snider with a strong background in the development and implementation of environmental investigations at complex contaminated sites in Washington, Oregon, California, New York, and British Columbia. He has extensive field sampling, data analysis, and reporting experience for a variety of environmental remediation sites with impacts from manufactured gas plants, lumber mills, petroleum refineries, aluminum smelters, and urban and industrial stormwater runoff. Since joining Floyd|Snider, Evan has played a key technical role for remedy performance and revegetation monitoring at the Holden Mine Site.

Professional Strengths

Extensive experience with sediment, soil, surface water, air, and groundwater investigations including field sampling, data interpretation, and reporting under CERCLA, MTCA, and SMS

Supported remedial design activities at contaminated sediments and wood waste-impacted sites in the Salish Sea

Experience with marine and freshwater dredged material evaluation and disposal under DMMP

Expertise with mercury biogeochemistry and toxicity

Strong ability to coordinate and execute complex field investigations and reporting deliverables with subcontractor and teaming partners