Michael Ellis

Michael Ellis

Mike has ten years of experience working on complex remediation projects. His work focuses on evaluating, designing, and implementing remedial actions, including conducting feasibility studies, developing remedial action work plans, managing implementation, and assessing comprehensive site remediation strategies. Mike’s notable projects include large-scale PFAS water treatment, multi-million dollar sediment remediation projects at former MGPs involving hydraulic and mechanical dredging and capping, geomembrane liner installation, evaluation of remedial options for CCR landfills, and industrial storm channel lining. Additionally, he serves on the Interstate Technology Regulatory Council (ITRC) Microplastics Team and coordinates Barr's sediments practice group.

Details

Title

Senior Environmental Engineer

License

Professional Engineer (MI)

Education

MS, Environmental Engineering, Michigan State University

BS, Environmental Civil Engineering, Michigan State University

Office

Barr Engineering Co.
3005 Boardwalk Drive
Suite 100
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Phone: +1 734-922-4428

Resources

Fact sheet
Microplastics: What are they and what can be done about them?
By: Sara BinAhmed-Menzies and Mike Ellis

Related projects

Water-quality and structural monitoring for channel dredging
PFAS treatment during power plant decommissioning