1,001-5,000 employees


STV is a national leader in the design, planning, and construction management of buildings and facilities, energy, infrastructure and transportation systems. More than 100 years old, the firm provides comprehensive architectural, engineering, planning, environmental and construction management services for public and private sector clients. Engineering News-Record ranked STV 32nd in its Top 500 Design Firms survey. To learn more, go to

Head office

225 Park Ave. South, New York, CA, USA, 10003

Site Assessment Project Manager


Civil Engineering

Architecture & Planning

27 days ago | Los Angeles, California, United States | STV

Site Assessment Project Manager

27 days ago | Los Angeles, California, United States | STV


Opening date:May 22

Closing date: June 22 2021

Industry:Construction, Civil Engineering, Architecture & Planning,

Type:Full Time

Seniority levelAssociate

Job description


  • Reviews and coordinates work conducted by environmental site assessment Master Services Agreement (MSA) contractors in the areas of:
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
  • Soils Disposition Evaluation (Compliance with Specification 01 4524)
  • Soils Evaluations (applicability of SCAQMD) Rule 1466)
  • Health/Safety Risk Assessment
  • Preliminary Environmental Assessment
  • Remedial Investigation / Feasibility Study
  • Public Participation Plan
  • Preparation and implementation of Removal Action Workplans / Remedial Action Plans
  • Poly chlorinated biphenyl survey and mitigation
  • Assists in contract development and oversight of remediation contractors
  • Establishes and maintains project budgets, including contract management, and schedules pertaining to environmental investigations and remediation efforts
  • Provides technical advice to Office of Environmental Health & Safety (OEHS) Management in terms of oversight of environmental site assessment contractors as well as contractor budget and schedule control
  • Prepares and coordinates the environmental review process for individual projects with the Facilities Services Division (“Facilities”) requirements for:

 Project scheduling·


 School design and construction·

 Emergency response·

 Waste disposal·




  • Seven (7) years full time paid experience in management of environmental investigations and remediation conducted under the direction of the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) or comparable regulatory agency
  • Site investigation and remedial strategies; federal, state and local environmental regulations; DTSC, Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) and South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) protocols



Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor’s degree, preferably in Geology, Engineering or related field

Preferred Qualification

California Professional Registration (Certified Hydrogeologist, Professional Engineer, Professional Geologist) preferred

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