Jacob Lamb

Environmental Engineering Intern

Education:
BS, Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, est. graduation date June 2021

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2020

Jacob Lamb is an Environmental Engineering Intern nearing completion of his BS in the Environmental Engineering program at the University of Washington with an expected graduation date of June 2021. Jacob's prior experience as an undergraduate researcher at the Winkler Laboratory focused on wastewater treatment and included programming and modeling for transportable bioreactors. This experience translates well to his role at Floyd|Snider, where he provides strategic support for allocation projects. This work includes model calibration, sensitivity analysis, and coding support for a proprietary allocation model. He also performs historical research and analysis in support of these projects. His primary areas of interest include limnology, sediment transport, and chemical fate and transport in the environment.

Professional Strengths

Aptitude for creating plain language flow charts and description to explain complex data processing code

Detail oriented with focus in the ability to recognize patterns in complex datasets

Ability to recognize industrial operations and practices that would generate releases contributing to current contamination