Lisa Pritzl, LG, PG

Project Geologist

Lisa has over 12 years of geologic and environmental consulting experience. As a project geologist and project manager, she has worked on a wide variety of projects, including Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments (ESAs), environmental monitoring, and site characterizations. She is proficient in writing contractor specifications and work plans, health and safety plans,…

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I discovered my passion for geology in college. I love studying earth sciences, and as a geologist, I get to do that every day—with the added benefit of splitting my time between the field and the office. I tell everyone, ‘My favorite thing about being a geologist is that one day I’ll wear steel-toe boots to work, and the next, I’ll wear my power heels!’

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I discovered my passion for geology in college. I love studying earth sciences, and as a geologist, I get to do that every day—with the added benefit of splitting my time between the field and the office. I tell everyone, ‘My favorite thing about being a geologist is that one day I’ll wear steel-toe boots to work, and the next, I’ll wear my power heels!’
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Who is Lisa Pritzl, LG, PG?

Lisa has over 12 years of geologic and environmental consulting experience. As a project geologist and project manager, she has worked on a wide variety of projects, including Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments (ESAs), environmental monitoring, and site characterizations. She is proficient in writing contractor specifications and work plans, health and safety plans, site characterization reports, sampling and analysis plans, and quality assurance project plans. She has managed all aspects of ESA projects, including determining scope; budgeting; conducting fieldwork; documenting field and analytical results; and coordinating contractors, team members, and clients.

Lisa’s experience includes knowledge of quality assurance and quality control data collection protocols as well as U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington State Department of Ecology Model Toxics Control Act, and Idaho Department of Environmental Quality regulation reporting guidelines. She has extensive field experience collecting environmental samples of groundwater, surface water, soil gas, and soil. She also has experience with statistical analysis, data management, and data validation, as well as analysis and interpretation of groundwater and subsurface lithology characteristics.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences, Eastern Washington University

Licenses

Licensed Geologist: Washington, No. 3189

Professional Geologist: Idaho, No. 1632

Certifications

40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Certification
MSHA Mine Safety Training, Part 46
First Aid/CPR/AED Training
8-Hour OSHA Hazardous Confided Space Safety Training
Model Toxics Control Act Training course: Introduction
Model Toxics Control Act Training Course: Establishing Soil, Groundwater, and Surface Water Cleanup
Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) Certification (Washington)