Paul Malmquist, P.G. Principal, V.P.

Vice President and Co-Founder

Paul Malmquist, P.G.

Paul Malmquist, P.G. is Vice President and co-founder of AMO. He has more than 20 years of professional experience, and serves as AMO’s lead Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst and Field Operations Manager.

Mr. Malmquist is a veteran of the United States Army, United States Army Reserve, and Pennsylvania National Guard including service in Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Geology from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, graduating as the Valedictorian in 1996. He has completed additional coursework related to geology and environmental science at Arizona State, Ohio State, and Rutgers universities. He is a Licensed Professional Geologist in several states, having passed the ASBOG examination in 2002, and a Licensed Subsurface Evaluator in New Jersey.

Mr. Malmquist’s expertise includes the construction, management, and analysis of GIS databases to support the design, implementation, and assessment of environmental investigations and remediation tasks. His GIS experience includes two- and three-dimensional modelling to support groundwater fate & transport evaluation, environmental risk-assessment, statistically-based liability assessments, groundwater supply and impact assessments, and groundwater recharge modeling.

As a field operations leader and geologist Mr. Malmquist directs complex investigative and remedial projects designed to characterize and mitigate environmental impacts associated with active and decommissioned chemical, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and petroleum sites. These multi-faceted investigation/remediation projects usually target soil, groundwater, soil gas, indoor air, surface water, and/or sediment.

Mr. Malmquist utilizes his skills as a GIS analyst and geologist to support projects conducted under a multitude of regulatory programs including, but not limited to: Pennsylvania’s Act 2 program, Michigan’s Part 201 regulations, New York’s Part 375, 703 & DER-10 regulations, and New Jersey’s ISRA program.

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