Fehr Graham, a leading Midwest engineering and environmental firm, announced that Dillon Plamann is a Licensed Professional Geologist after recently passing the Association of State Board of Geology exam.
Plamann, a Project Hydrogeologist, works in the firm's Sheboygan, Wisconsin, office.
Plamann specializes in a variety of environmental projects, including soil and groundwater investigations, remedial activities, due diligence and building material assessments. He also works on reports, work plans, proposals, budgets and Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments. He provides excellent service to Fehr Graham clients throughout Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa.
"Dillon has been an exceptional part of the Fehr Graham team and I commend him for this accomplishment," said Matt Dahlem, PG, who manages the firm's Sheboygan office. "This major milestone represents his knowledge, competence and problem-solving abilities while upholding the highest professional and ethical standards. The Sheboygan office and Fehr Graham are lucky to have such a quality individual on our team."
Plamann joined Fehr Graham in 2016. He is certified in Occupational Safety and Health Administration 40-Hour Training for Hazardous Waste Operations. He is also certified as an Asbestos Inspector and Lead Inspector and Tank-System Site Assessor with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.
Plamann earned his bachelor's degree in Hydrogeology from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 2014. He lives in hometown of Appleton with his wife, Ali.