Principal, Project Manager
Denis E. Newcomer
Mr. Denis E. Newcomer is a Principal and Project Manager at AMO. He has over 25 years of experience in the environmental industry, and he has extensive experience working with State and Federal compliance programs. Mr. Newcomer is a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) in New Jersey.
Mr. Newcomer received his B.A. degree in Geology with Honors from Williams College in 1987 and received his M.S. in Geology from the University of Rhode Island in 1991.
Mr. Newcomer has performed or managed numerous multi-media environmental investigations throughout the United States under various federal and state regulatory programs including RCRA, CERCLA, NJDEP’s ECRA/ISRA and Pennsylvania’s Act 2 Land Recycling Program. He has also conducted environmental investigations internationally in the Bahamas, Cayman Islands, United Arab Emirates and Oman. He has extensive experience in developing and implementing environmental investigation and remedial strategies to resolve complex environmental issues. Mr. Newcomer has been responsible for preparing and implementing Phase I Environmental Audits, Soil and Groundwater Investigations, ISRA Compliance Plans/Reports and Remedial Plans/Reports, UST Closure Plans/Reports, Quality Assurance Program Plans, Discharge Monitoring Reports, Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures Plans, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans, and Right to Know Program Surveys. He has proven experience in liquid-phase hydrocarbon removal, groundwater treatment design and operations, hazardous waste management, litigation support, third-party scope of work/bid document preparation, construction management for trenching, excavation and drilling operations, and communication of technical and regulatory issues with the general public.
Mr. Newcomer has also provided technical support on a variety of other geologic issues, including: conducting aquifer tests to determine aquifer hydraulic parameters; collecting and interpreting local glacial geology for determining the age of exposed Indian artifacts; assessing the impact of sea-level rise by performing beach surveys along headland and barrier beach transects to predict future beach responses to coastal storm conditions; and, conducting an in-depth study of the hydrologic characteristics of a river.← Back to Staff