Kendrick Jaglal is the National Technical Lead for O’Brien & Gere’s Sediment Management Program and is located in Syracuse, New York. Since 2008, Kendrick has been author of the Contaminated Aquatic Sediments Annual Literature Review for the Water Environment Research Journal. Since 1990, he has been gaining increasing experience in investigation, remedy selection, remedial design and remedy implementation at some of the most visible and complex sediment sites in the nation. Kendrick continues to work on sites regulated under the major federal environmental programs and those of many states. His work has involved a wide range of contaminants including PCBs, VOCs, SVOCs, metals (especially mercury) and glycols. Since 2013, Kendrick has contributed to ITRC as a member and alternate trainer for the Contaminated Sediment Remediation Team. Kendrick earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Resource and Forest Engineering in 1986 and a master’s degree in Water Resources Engineering in 1990, both from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, New York. Kendrick is a licensed Professional Engineer in New York and Indiana.