Ms. Cutright leads the Risk Management Services group, responsible for evaluating and quantifying environmental, health and engineering risks.
Her assessments identify potential liabilities and determine appropriate actions to limit environmental risk and meet client goals.
Ms. Cutright has been with REPSG since April 2006. In evaluation of environmental conditions, she has designed environmental monitoring and remediation strategies appropriate to the level of identified environmental risk and has participated in Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, Regulatory Site/Remedial Investigations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware and Brownfields redevelopment projects in New Jersey and Delaware. She also develops advanced data acquisition, management and mapping techniques used for environmental analysis.
Education, Certifications & Specialized Training
- M.S., Environmental Policy, Drexel University, College of Arts and Sciences
- B.S., Chemistry, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Institute of Technology
- OSHA “HAZWOPER” 40-hour training
- New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP)
- Specialized training in the application of statistical and analytical modeling for groundwater transport and vapor intrusion, ecological and biological systems.
- Specialized training in the interpretation and implementation of Pennsylvania and New Jersey environmental regulations
- Geospatial Information System (GIS) expertise includesESRI ArcView 9.3 (ArcGIS).
- Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) using AutoCAD 2000and Autodesk Map.
- Data mining and data analysis via reporting tools usingCrystal Reports 9.
- Data mining and data analysis via reporting tools usinggINT 8.0.
- Data mining, data analysis and development of reporting tools using Microsoft Access and Equis Professional 5.5.
- Use of database applications Microsoft Access and SQL Server 2008, including SQL Server Management Studio.
- Designed the Remedial Investigation sampling program for a former oil terminal located in an area of Philadelphia slated for redevelopment along the Schuylkill River.
- Determined Remedial Action options for soil, groundwater and indoor air impacts implementing the use of appropriate engineering and institutional controls for sites in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
- Applied environmental modeling and risk analysis techniques to monitor the hydrocarbon contaminant plume in vapor and assess risks to potential sensitive receptors at a petroleum-impacted commercial development in Phoenixville, PA. Techniques included use of the Johnson and Ettinger models for vapor transport and risk assessment using PADEP and EPA assumptions for exposure over time.
- Recommended cost-effective remedial alternatives to mitigate environmental risks associated with conditions at a former manufacturing facility in Hammonton, NJ.
- Evaluated the potential for groundwater contaminants to migrate from a former oil terminal site towards the sensitive ecological habitats of an adjacent River, using the Quick Domenico Analytical Model for Multidimensional Transport, and a mass-balance water quality analysis model to determine water quality-based effluent limits.
- Assessed a chlorinated hydrocarbon groundwater plume in Moorestown, NJ according to applicable New Jersey regulatory requirements and using the EPA Biochlor Natural Attenuation Decision Support System
- Environmental due diligence reviews for various properties located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, New York and Florida. Reviews included recommendations for required steps toward closure under the appropriate state environmental agency.