Adam Gailey

Adjunct Professor
Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
Environmental Science and Management

Fisher Hall 331
gaileya@duq.edu

Education:

M.S., Environmental Science and Management, Duquesne University, 2014
B.A., Environmental Studies, University of Pittsburgh, 2001
Professional Background

Adam Gailey is the owner of Gailey Environmental, LLC, an environmental education and consulting firm that offers regional wetland delineation training, phase I environmental site assessments, stream and wetland delineation and reporting, and environmental permitting services.

For nearly 20 years, Adam has worked in the environmental consulting industry and has had the opportunity to support and manage projects for a number of various clients throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, including local and county governments, private landowners & developers, the energy sector, the Department of Transportation and the Department of Defense.

From a natural resource perspective, Adam has conducted hundreds of aquatic resource investigations, including stream and wetland delineations, with a committed focus on the proper identification and documentation of resources. Adam understands the various regional differences (particularly between Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia) that exist between federal, state and local environmental permit applications and has prepared and submitted numerous report documents and applications in each of those states, for permit approvals. Adam has also conducted Phase I Environmental site assessments and worked on a number of RCRA sites where he was responsible for field leadership and general oversight of surface and subsurface soil, sediment, and groundwater sample collection.

Adam is a registered Professional Wetland Scientist (#2707), an active member of the Society of Wetland Scientists and the Pennsylvania representative for the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Society of Wetland Scientists. In addition, Adam has also obtained certifications or advanced training for the following: OSHA 40-Hour Hazwopper Training, OSHA 8-Hour Hazwopper Training (2007-present), Ohio Rapid Assessment Method for Wetlands, ODOT - ODOT Office of Environmental Services - Ecological Training, ODOT - ODOT Ecological/Waterway Permits Training, and Ohio Wetland Bio-Criteria Training.