Paul Doody is a Principal Engineer at Anchor QEA, LLC, in Syracuse, New York. Paul has more than 30 years of professional experience, most of which has been specializing in the management and remediation of contaminated sediment. Paul possesses expertise in multiple facets of contaminated sediment management, including remedial investigation and feasibility studies, treatability studies, remedial design, remedial construction oversight and environmental monitoring. Paul is one of the nation’s authorities on the dredging of contaminated sediment providing assessment, design, and engineering services related to more than 3 million cubic yards of impacted media at a wide variety of contaminated sediment sites, ranging from small creeks and ponds to complex river systems spanning dozens of miles. His work includes projects in the US and Norway, where Paul is responsible for Anchor QEA’s Norwegian subsidiary. Paul has been serving the ITRC on the Contaminated Sediments Bioavailability Team, as well as the Contaminated Sediments Remediation Team. He was the recipient of the ITRC Industry Recognition Award in 2012. Paul earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Clarkson University, in Potsdam, New York, in 1982 and is a registered Professional Engineer in twelve states.