Courtney Rockafellow joined Aegis in June 2018 bringing more than 5 years of water resources, air quality, safety and construction experience as an environmental engineer and consultant.
Since becoming part of the Aegis team, she has provided environmental compliance support to solar sites during both construction and regular operations. This work has included the creation of Environmental Compliance Plans (ECPs), implementation of a Waste Management Plan, Environmental Site Assessments, and Stormwater Management and Erosion & Sediment Control inspections.
Courtney has also provided environmental compliance support to a local steel mill. Support activities have included air permit recordkeeping and reporting for their Title V and PSD air permits and VPDES permit, Method 9 Visible Emissions monitoring, RCRA recordkeeping and reporting, and environmental compliance database management.
Presently, Courtney is providing stormwater investigations for substations in and around Virginia. This role has included on-site investigations as well as coordination with localities and client contacts to obtain available records to meet environmental compliance goals of these substations. Additionally, she provides day-to-day environmental support on-site for an on-going substation fence upgrade.
Prior to joining Aegis, Courtney conducted soil & geotechnical studies and construction inspections, managed groundwater & surface monitoring services for compliance with VPDES permits, performed Erosion & Sediment Control inspections, ran laboratory testing on soil samples and performed a wide array of environmental compliance, safety, spill response and safety tasks. She has worked at a wide range of sites including chemical plants, refineries, ports, manufacturing facilities and coal mines; and has provided air monitoring during emergency response operations during incidents including train derailments, plant explosions, oil spills, and releases of hazardous materials.