Tracey Mulhern and David Johnson Promoted

October 29, 2015

Farallon is pleased to announce the promotions of Tracey Mulhern, L.G., to Associate Geologist, and David Johnson, P.E., to Associate Engineer.

Tracey MulhernTracey, a member of Farallon’s Bellingham office, has 14 years of experience in environmental due diligence, site characterization, and remediation/cleanup actions.  Her project management and client representation skills have been highlighted in her involvement in an ongoing cleanup action conducted under a Consent Decree with the Washington State Department of Ecology in which concentrations of a recalcitrant groundwater contaminant have been greatly reduced.  Tracey also has managed projects involving stormwater and air emission monitoring, has conducted remedial feasibility testing, and has been involved in all stages of remediation system installation, operation, and maintenance.

Dave JohnsonDavid, a member of Farallon’s Issaquah office, has 5 years of experience in contaminated site cleanup, including work related to site characterization, feasibility studies, remedy selection, and remedial design.  His expertise also includes cost allocation, project management, systems operation and maintenance, and engineering design.  One of David’s most-challenging recent projects involved mitigating environmental issues for a Seattle property used as a landfill from the 1930s to the 1960s.  Project work included providing site drainage improvements, installing a landfill cap, and designing and installing a landfill gas extraction system to control methane on the site.  David was a significant contributor to the engineering design of the landfill gas system, a major component of the long-term environmental mitigation controls required for the site.  David also provides permitting, environmental monitoring, and construction management services for Farallon projects.