Jessica Bennett is a senior environmental engineer at Parsons, specializing in identifying cost-effective, innovative approaches for site characterization and remediation, increasing sustainability and resilience in remediation, emerging contaminants, and conceptual site model development. She has developed and conducted a wide range of site investigation programs, feasibility studies, remedial designs, and remedial actions for federal, state, industrial, non-profit, and real estate clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Her experience also includes environmental due diligence, industrial hygiene, Brownfields redevelopment, and assisting clients with navigation through the Voluntary Cleanup Program process.
Jessica is a key member of the Emerging Contaminants working group at Parsons, striving to keep Parsons at the leading edge of the environmental services market for emerging contaminants. She is also an active member of the Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC), currently contributing to the Microplastics team to develop guidance documents that will be utilized by regulators and industry in the investigation, management, and remediation of microplastics.
Ms. Bennett earned her B.S. and M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Drexel University. She is a registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania and Maryland and an ABIH-accredited certified industrial hygienist.