Clifton Appoints Dr. Kevin McCullum as Deputy Chief Engineer
Clifton Associates is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Kevin McCullum as Deputy Chief Engineer. Kevin brings 15 years of technical and advisory expertise in environmental engineering and monitoring programs for air, water, and soils with a focus on transport modeling, statistical modeling, forecast modeling, and back trajectory modeling.
Kevin assumed his new role with Clifton effective 01 March 2017 and will provide management and senior technical oversight of the Environmental Sciences Practice Group who specialize in water and air sciences and data management. He will report to our Chief Engineer, David Kent.
Prior to joining Clifton, Kevin served as the Chief Engineer and Executive Director for Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. In this role he held for 8 years, Kevin successfully lead numerous technical programs such as delivery of the 5-year Boreal Watershed monitoring project, standard use of UAV in environmental regulatory surveillance (first in North America for any government), and increased air monitoring and modeling in SK.
Kevin is an active researcher and sessional at the University of Regina. He has a PhD in Environmental Engineering (in air) from the University of Alberta (2004), MSc in Environmental Engineering (in water) from the University of Alberta (1997), BSC in Environmental engineering (reclamation) from the Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology (1993) and Diploma in Groundwater Technology from NAIT (1991). Kevin is a registered member of APEGA and APEGS.