David M. Nyman, PE, Principal Engineer
is a lifelong Alaskan resident with 25 years of Alaska engineering experience.
has focused on providing integrated civil/environmental engineering services to governmental and private clients.
He worked as an environmental engineer at the Alaska Railroad in the late 1980's and as manager of engineering for ENSR Consulting in the early 1990s.
He founded RSE in 1994 and has served as it Principal to the present date.
He is a recognized expert in environmental investigation and remediation and consults extensively in the area or pollution prevention including SPCC and SWPPP planning efforts.
He frequently serves clients by designing water and wastewater treatment systems, conducted research on water quality issues for Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Environmental Protection Agency, Alaska Department of Transportation and bioregional watershed stewardship organizations.
Research has been focused on bioremediation in cold climates, groundwater and surface water interactions relative to anadromous fish habitat, and constructed wetlands for stormwater treatment His
projects include working to develop restoration plans for riparian and wetland systems and includes the development of fish habitat or enhanced natural revegetation of disturbed areas.
In addition, Mr. Nyman
has expertise in geohydrologic studies and remedial design for contaminated sites with a particular expertise in Internet based data management systems.
applies sustainable development principals to his
development projects including site development plans, mining and oil exploration projects.
experience includes providing engineering services in logistically complex situations, waste characterization and management, landfill design, containment design, and RCRA or CERCLA compliance.