Jessi Massingale, PE

Principal / Environmental Engineer / Oceanographer

Education:
MS Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, 2004
BS, Oceanography, and BS, Zoology, University of Washington 2001

Certification:
Professional Engineer, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2004

Jessi Massingale is a Principal and a professional environmental engineer and oceanographer with proven project manager expertise for complex upland and in-water remediation projects under MTCA/SMS and CERCLA that involve effective oversight of teams of contractors and experts, multiyear budget and schedule management, and multiple agency negotiations. She has applied her expertise to projects that include RI/FSs, sediment remedial design evaluation and cap modeling, engineering design, cost estimating, and permitting. Jessi has successfully managed complex projects such as the Pier 4 Time Critical Sediment Removal Action and Reconfiguration, Thea Foss and Wheeler-Osgood Waterway Superfund Site, Pasco Landfill NPL Site, Holden Mine Site, and dredge on-call contracts. She has also served as a testifying and non-testifying expert in litigation.

Professional Strengths

Strategic and effective management of technically and regulatorily complex projects

Facilitation of effective decision-making with multiparty PLPs, agency representatives, and stakeholders

Technical expertise with remedial investigations, design, permitting, and construction with the ability to integrate multidisciplinary teams to identify practical and cost-effective solutions

Strong environmental regulatory knowledge and ability to navigate cleanup processes with client focus