Steven Ueland is a Principal with Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. He started working for Langan in 1993. Steven is a professional engineer with over twenty two years of experience focusing on contaminated property characterization for the design and implementation of remediation/closure projects. His expertise includes hyrdogeologic assessment and strategic remedial planning for both Light and Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) contamination sites. Steven’s project experience has involved superfund site RI/FS, remedial design and construction oversight, UST closure/remediation, and NAPL assessment, mobility analysis and recovery system design for a large petroleum refinery. He served for two years on the U.S. EPA Region I Technical Assistance Team, where he had direct involvement in emergency response and hazard assessment and clean-up activities for oil spill incidents throughout New England. Steven also has expertise with oil spill contingency planning and regulatory compliance. Steven is currently responsible for a team of scientists and engineers addressing remediation and compliance for private industrial manufacturing sites. Steven is an active presenter at conferences, and has been a member of the ITRC LNAPLs team since its inception in 2007. Steven earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont in 1986, and is a registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire.