Julie Werner, PE, LEED AP
Ms. Werner is an environmental engineer with over 10 years of experience providing environmental compliance, planning, remediation and environmental program management for federal and private clients, nationwide. As a licensed professional engineer (PE) in the State of Washington, Julie leads Scout’s environmental engineering practice.
Julie is a problem solver for environmental compliance programs and facilities asset management. Her years of consulting experience encompass the following specialties: Environmental regulatory compliance (program management, assessments, training assessors); Air Quality (NEPA, compliance, permitting); Stormwater, wastewater, potable water (planning compliance, and design); Remediation (planning, human health risk assessments, EE/CA’s and RI/FS); Solid waste, hazardous waste, and universal waste (compliance and permitting); Facilities relocation planning and case studies.
Julie’s most recent experience includes managing compliance audit projects as senior environmental assessor/auditor overseeing all elements of the compliance assessment. She also authored remediation reports, environmental site assessments, and environmental program management work plans. Julie recently prepared a detailed air quality analysis for an Environmental Assessment (EA) Scout Environmental prepared for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Palo Alto Division.
Julie served as the deputy project manager for a large $3M plus facilities assessment for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). She was the primary author and lead analyst for a large portfolio climate change vulnerability study. She has identified gaps and proactive opportunities for best practices for environmental management nationwide during multidiscipline environmental compliance audits for the Army National Guard and other public agencies. She has authored chapters for environmental planning documents such as EAs and Environmental Impact Statements. She has also trained and managed field assessors and data managers for more than 30 facility condition assessments including training of on-site personnel for long-term implementation of a maintenance strategy for the United States Coast Guard.
As a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Manager, she created and managed geodatabases for surface disturbance impact planning, tracking, and reporting purposes, including the development of best practices for a major oil and gas company. She also managed and prepared regulatory applications for federal approval of coal-bed methane drilling operations.
University of Wyoming, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with Environmental Option
State of Washington Professional Environmental Engineer
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP)
ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Lead Auditor Trained
40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations (HAZWOPER) Trained
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Environmental Planning – NEPA