Fran Costanzi has been a Superfund Remedial Project Manager (RPM) for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency since 1989. For the first nine years she worked in Region 3 (Philadelphia) and has been in Region 8 (Denver) since 1998. During this time, Fran has worked on a variety of fund- and enforcement-lead projects. She has been the RPM for several Superfund sites that involved redevelopment, including Publicker Industries in Pennsylvania and Midvale Slag in Utah. Since 2008, she has been the Superfund Redevelopment Initiative (SRI) Coordinator for Region 8, assisting site teams with the reuse of Superfund sites. For the three years prior to 1989, she was the lead engineer and ARAR Coordinator for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's CERCLA section. Before her Superfund career, she worked for five years in wastewater treatment plant operations, for both city-wide size plants and a small package plant. She also worked in a municipal engineering office and had a variety of duties, including implementation of the city's pretreatment program, oversight/coordination with the city wastewater plant and coordination with the planning and zoning departments. Fran has a B.S. in Water Resources Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. She is a registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania.