Thomas F. McMorrow

P.E., L.E.P., Senior Environmental Engineer

Mr. McMorrow serves as Senior Environmental Engineer and Project Manager on a wide variety of environmental and general engineering projects with over 25 years of experience. Mr. McMorrow is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the States of Connecticut and Rhode Island and a Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) in the State of Connecticut.

Mr. McMorrow is currently providing LEP oversight services at over a dozen sites in Connecticut. His expertise includes: Phase I, II and III Environmental Site Assessments for Commercial and Industrial properties; Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Studies; Remedial Design and Construction; RCRA Closure Design and Plans; Industrial Wastewater Discharge Permitting; Stormwater Plan Design and Permitting; and Spill Prevention, Countermeasure and Control Plans.

Mr. McMorrow joined Coneco subsequent to seven years experience as a senior remediation engineer with a large engineering firm. Mr. McMorrow has designed and managed assessment, characterization and remediation programs at various private sites and several Federal Superfund sites. In addition, he has designed and managed numerous underground storage tank removal and replacement projects. Mr. McMorrow has considerable experience in the successful design and implementation of a variety of innovative and conventional technologies for the remediation of non-aqueous phase, dissolved and residual petroleum hydrocarbon contamination, chromium contaminated wastewater, PCB’s, and solvents in soil and groundwater. Mr. McMorrow has prepared comprehensive Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans for various bulk petroleum storage facilities as well as three federal facilities in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Jersey.

Education
B.S. Civil Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute