Environmental Specialist Tonya Manley Joins Skelly and Loy

As an Environmental Specialist, Ms. Tonya Manley is responsible for collecting/tabulating environmental data; assisting with the review of information and developing writeups for Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) reports; assisting with asbestos and lead-based paint (LBP) inspections; collecting environmental samples (asbestos, LBP, water, soil, and groundwater); preparing laboratory chain-of-custody forms; overseeing and inspecting the work of subcontractors; performing health and safety monitoring; and assisting other employees with the setup of field equipment.

Ms. Manley served as an Air Monitor (NIOSH 582 Equivalent) and Asbestos Inspector for the Toxic Substances Control Act Program on Fort Campbell, Kentucky, within the Environmental Division. She conducted asbestos inspections in at least 400 buildings per year and also assisted with performing LBP inspections.

Tonya holds a Bachelor of Science degree in AgriScience-Agriculture from Austin Peay State University, and completed the Environmental Technician Training Program at Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC.) Her professional registrations and certifications include: U.S. EPA Asbestos Inspector, PA; PA Lead Paint Inspector; OSHA HAZWOPER 40-HR/8-HR Refresher; OSHA 30-Hour Construction; and, NIOSH 582 Analyst. Tonya has the following training: Confined Space Entrant; Confined Space-Entrant/Attendant/Supervisor; American Red Cross CPR/First Aid; and Forklift Operator. In 2009 and 2010, she won an Environmental Stewardship Award for Project Clean Streams at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

Now in its 49th year, Skelly and Loy is an engineering-environmental consulting firm serving public and private sector clients from six Mid-Atlantic offices. Our services include civil, environmental, and mining engineering and permitting activities; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance studies; natural resource management and protection; hazardous waste and industrial hygiene studies and remediation planning; and cultural resource studies and documentation.