Mr. Webb is a civil and coastal engineer with nearly 30 years of experience in the design and construction of sediment remediation and waterway projects. He has been involved in over 30 complex sediment remediation projects at both CERCLA and state-lead sites across the country. Rob has been the Engineer of Record for large sediment remediation projects, such as Boeing Plant 2 and the Head of Hylebos, as well as medium sized projects, such as the Northwest Oil Drain (NWOD) in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has designed several carbon amendment and thin-layer capping projects in Puget Sound and the Pacific Northwest, and has significant experience presenting and explaining complicated remedial construction concepts and limitations to U.S. EPA Region 10 and other stakeholders. These communication skills allow for establishment of shared realistic expectations and objectives. Rob is accustomed to managing and solving complex design issues that require input of various team members to address site specific engineering and construction challenges. This includes the evaluation of remedial options for locations with adjacent structures and other physical complications.
Rob has been the Engineer of Record for projects involving dredging, capping, natural recovery and thin layer placement of sand mixtures. He has designed dredging projects such as the Head of the Hylebos in Tacoma, Washington, and Boeing Plant 2 in Seattle, Washington; capping projects such as Youngs Bay in Astoria, Oregon and Johnson Lake in Portland, Oregon; and thin layer placement of sand mixture and enhanced natural recovery projects for Johnson Lake in Portland, Oregon, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS) in Bremerton, Washington, and the Lower Duwamish Waterway Carbon Pilot project in Seattle, Washington.