Pamela Osterhout, LG


MS, Applied Geology, University of Washington, 2016
BS, Geology and Mathematics, University of Washington, 2012

Licensed Geologist, Washington

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2016

Pamela Osterhout is a Geologist with a background in applied geology and mathematics. She has led several field events in both upland and in-water sites, as well as in remote settings with complex logistical considerations. Her skillsets consist of water sampling, well installation, soil logging and sampling (Geoprobe, hollow-stem auger, sonic), sediment sampling (vibracore, piston coring, gravity coring, grabs), vapor sampling, construction oversight, and conducting remediation activities via in situ treatment and excavation. She has written various technical documents, including ESAs, SAPs, RI work plans and reports, construction completion reports, and data reports.

Professional Strengths

Flexibility to adapt to unforeseen circumstances or field conditions

Strong ability to multitask, ensuring that all tasks and projects get done efficiently

Health and safety–focused to get the job done safely and in a timely manner

Detail oriented