Project Engineer, Megan Whitesell, has worked with municipalities, operators, private utilities, and regulators for water and wastewater treatment facilities across New England and New York. Her experience covers a wide range of projects, including infiltration/inflow evaluations, sanitary sewer system data analysis, permitting, as well as energy audit evaluations and operations and maintenance manual development for water and wastewater treatment facilities and pumping systems.
With JKMuir, Ms. Whitesell provides technical support for clients and works with their project delivery objectives related to the application of energy-efficient and sustainable operational measures in their water and wastewater treatment facilities. She is a specialist in working with biosolids processes, combined heat and power technologies, and the associated energy and carbon impacts. Ms. Whitesell connects clients with tailored grant and loan funding opportunities for small to large scale energy optimization projects. She also conducts on-site pump field testing in order to evaluate existing equipment and optimize the process equipment operations.
Ms. Whitesell has earned her B.S.E. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Connecticut (UConn). She will complete her M.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of New Haven in 2021. She maintains her Engineer-in-Training certification, OSHA 10, OSHA 40-HR HAZWOPER, and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E Electrical Safe Work Practices.