Alicia Kimberley, MSc, P.Geo.

Geoenvironmental and Hydrogeological Practice Lead


    Master of Science, Geophysics, University of Waterloo
  • Bachelor of Science, Environmental and Earth Sciences, McMaster University

Alicia is a professional geoscientist with more than 8 years of experience specializing in geoenvironmental and hydrogeological investigations. Alicia’s hydrogeological experience includes local and regional scale ground water assessments, well feasibility studies, water budgets, supervising the installation, development, sampling and decommissioning of monitoring wells, in-situ borehole permeability testing, design and execution of aquifer tests in both water wells and leachate collection wells, determination of ground water flow characteristics, surface water flow rate assessments, surface water sampling, assessment of ground water-surface water interactions, and preparation of hydrogeological reports and compliance monitoring programs.  Her geoenvironmental experience includes excess soil management, Phase One and Phase Two ESAs, soil and ground water sampling, near surface permeability testing, supervision of site cleanup/remediation, and external laboratory co-ordination.