Tessa Shabram, EIT

Staff Engineer

Tessa Shabram joined MFA with an academic background in environmental engineering and experience in civil engineering consulting. She has a strong foundation of technical capabilities and experience in civil engineering and air-quality consulting. Tessa excels in emissions inventory development, air dispersion modeling, human health risk assessments, stormwater sampling, site development, and permitting. Tessa is a…

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I became an environmental engineer because I enjoy challenging work and I am passionate about helping our communities and environment thrive together. As a staff engineer at MFA, there is no shortage of problem solving, design work, or field work that I get to do for a wide variety of clients, and I absolutely love it.

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I became an environmental engineer because I enjoy challenging work and I am passionate about helping our communities and environment thrive together. As a staff engineer at MFA, there is no shortage of problem solving, design work, or field work that I get to do for a wide variety of clients, and I absolutely love it.
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Who is Tessa Shabram, EIT?

Tessa Shabram joined MFA with an academic background in environmental engineering and experience in civil engineering consulting. She has a strong foundation of technical capabilities and experience in civil engineering and air-quality consulting. Tessa excels in emissions inventory development, air dispersion modeling, human health risk assessments, stormwater sampling, site development, and permitting. Tessa is a proud alumna of the environmental engineering department at California Polytechnic State University—San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly). There, she worked on numerous environmental projects, including a volatile organic compound emissions assessment for SpaceX, a pollution prevention opportunity assessment for Cal Poly’s Agricultural Department, and a preliminary design for a seawater reverse osmosis facility for the City of Santa Cruz.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, California Polytechnic State University

Certifications

Engineer in Training: California, No. 15-478-53

40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations Training