Jeff Gabster, PE

Environmental Engineer

Education:
MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, 2009
BS, General Engineering and General Biology, Harvey Mudd College, 2005

Certification:
Professional Engineer, Washington

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2019

Jeff Gabster is an Environmental Engineer with a breadth of experience in contaminated site investigation and remediation. His work often focuses on complex sediment and waterfront sites in particular, supporting public and private clients on project facets from site characterization and source or pathway identification, to cost estimation and allocation, to cleanup design and implementation. This focus includes both legacy and active sites where a strong understanding of historical data and site operations is key. Jeff’s past work also includes wastewater and stormwater management and treatment, the latter of which is frequently applicable to contaminated site source control evaluation and design.

Professional Strengths

Experienced at applying a versatile engineering and science background to the complex nexus of technical data evaluation, engineering design, and variable and overlapping legal and regulatory frameworks

Analytical approach to complex technical problems

Experience with characterization, design, cost estimation, and alternatives evaluation for site remediation and litigation or allocation support purposes under CERCLA and MTCA

Stormwater management and treatment design and evaluation of alternatives and costs

Integration of complex technical and regulatory issues into efficient engineering designs and clear documentation