Diane Grady

Diane_Grady@bcit.ca

work experience

Grady Environmental, Van., Oct 2004 to Present

Providing technical review of site assessment/remediation projects for environmental consulting companies.

BC Institute of Technology, Bby, 1998 to present (part-time) & Fall 2004 (full time)

Instructor in the Environmental Engineering and Construction Management programs.

Golder Associates Innovative Applications, Bby, 2003 to 2004

Preparation of technical proposals related to contaminant sites projects.

Golder Associates Ltd., Bby, 1997 to 2003, May to Sep. 1992, Sep. to Dec. 1991

Responsible for remedial site investigations, analysis of hydrogeological problems, conducting and evaluating pilot tests, and final remedial system design and implementation.

education

Ph.D., Environmental Science and Engineering, Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and Technology, Portland, Oregon, 1997

B.A.Sc., Civil Engineering, Water Resources, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, 1992

Diploma of Technology, Civil and Structural Engineering, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Burnaby, BC, 1988

publications

ESA - Staged Investigation Approach. Speaker at UBC, Vanc. 2003.

Johnson, R.L. and D.E. Grady, 1998. Remediation of a Fractured Clay Till Using Air Flushing: Field Experiments at Sarnia, Ontario. API, Publ. No. DR 225.

Johnson, R.L., D.E. Grady and T. Walden, 1997. Remediation of a Fractured Clay Soil Contaminated With Gasoline Containing MTBE. Proc. of the Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water Conf., Houston.

LNAPL Remediation in Fractured Clay. University Consortium Solvent-In-Groundwater Research Program. Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins 1997.

Grady, D.E. and R.L. Johnson, 1996. In-Situ Remediation of a Contaminated Fractured Clay: Physical and Chemical Limitations. Proc of the ATV Committee on Groundwater Contamination, Denmark.

In-Situ Remediation of a Gasoline Contaminated Fractured Clay. Physical and Chemical Limitations. Univ. of Copenhagen, Denmark 1996.

Vapor Extraction of a Contaminated Fractured Clay. Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany 1996.

Grady, D.E. and R.L. Johnson, 1995. Vapor Extraction of a Contaminated Fractured Clay. Proc. of the Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water Conf., Houston.