Ken Scott

Ken Scott

Project Scientist

Issaquah, Washington Office

  • BS Forestry and Wildland Conservation
  • 22 years experience
Direct: (425) 295-0834
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Ken has more than 22 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry. His field experience includes mass excavation cleanups, monitoring well and remediation system installations, wetland vegetation and habitat assessments, wetland delineation/determination, Ordinary High-Water Mark determination, hydrology studies, air, soil and water sampling, soil vapor studies, lithology, geohazard, and slope-stability studies. Ken is a certified UST Site Assessor, Soil Matrix Supervisor, Ordinary High Water-Mark delineator, and a certified U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineator trained in Regional supplement and Washington wetland rating system.

Clients and Industries

  • Industry/Manufacturing
  • Real Estate/Financial
  • Developers/Construction
  • Insurance
  • Regulatory Compliance

Proficiencies and Experience

  • Environmental Due Diligence
  • Site Characterization
  • Remediation/Cleanup Actions
  • Insurance Claims
  • Landfill

Key Projects

Fun Facts

Ken’s background and interests are varied. He starred as Bigfoot in the 2005 movie “Clawed: The Legend of Sasquatch,” was a backpacking consultant for JanSport, and designed the Shoreline Community College Environmental Interpretive Center. Ken has educated the public and youth groups about wetlands, streams, and salmon restoration, conducted biology tours for UW students at the Washington Arboretum, and educated youth groups for Earth Day at University of Washington. This year he volunteered to restore Dirty Harry Peak trail for The Washington Trails Association. He lives in a cabin in the Cascade Mountains and is an avid martial artist, motorcyclist, artist, hiker, fly fisherman, and skier.


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