Evelyn Lundeen, EIT

Staff Engineer

Evelyn holds a bachelor of science in Environmental Engineering from Colorado School of Mines (CSM). At CSM, she gained experience in field, laboratory, and analytical methodology used for environmental site assessment and remediation. Through a hands-on field session, she evaluated the effectiveness of remediation efforts at a legacy gold mine in Empire, Colorado, to better…

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Services

I chose environmental engineering because I wanted to benefit my community and the environment at the same time. Working in this field allows me to work on projects that protect public health and safety, while also providing opportunities to develop and build in spaces that were once seen as unusable.

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I chose environmental engineering because I wanted to benefit my community and the environment at the same time. Working in this field allows me to work on projects that protect public health and safety, while also providing opportunities to develop and build in spaces that were once seen as unusable.
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Who is Evelyn Lundeen, EIT?

Evelyn holds a bachelor of science in Environmental Engineering from Colorado School of Mines (CSM). At CSM, she gained experience in field, laboratory, and analytical methodology used for environmental site assessment and remediation. Through a hands-on field session, she evaluated the effectiveness of remediation efforts at a legacy gold mine in Empire, Colorado, to better inform future action. Evelyn has experience with various analytical programs including HEC-HMS, MATLAB, and ArcGIS.

Professionally, she has worked in the oil and gas industry, developing plans for the remediation of hydrocarbon releases. Evelyn’s work has taken her throughout the western United States, as well as internationally. Recently, she worked on designing public restroom waste management systems for the Everest Base Camp Trail in Nepal.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

Certifications

Engineer in Training: Washington, No. 37446