Ted Tyler is a Principal Engineer with Kleinfelder located in Phoenix, Arizona. Since 2002; Ted has worked at Kleinfelder as a project manager and environmental remediation design engineer specializing in biological and chemical treatment technologies, holding a patent on an innovative in-situ bioremediation process. Ted has provided engineering design bringing solutions to treat federal, industrial and commercial sites impacted by a wide array of contaminants (e.g.; chlorinated solvents; heavy metals; perchlorate; 1,4-dioxane; fuel hydrocarbons; etc.), and has provided solutions at sites with widely varying often challenging site geology such as sites underlain by deep vadose zones, heterogeneous soils, and fractured bedrock. He has contributed to ITRC as a team member on multiple ITRC teams including the most recent Fractured Bedrock Characterization and Remediation team. Prior to Kleinfelder he worked for 10 years at Groundwater Technology. Ted received his Bachelors and Masters and degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering from University of California in Los Angeles in 1990 and 1992, respectively, and is a registered professional engineer.