Stacey McKenna is a Professional Geo-Environmental Scientist based in Manchester who focuses on contaminated land investigation and risk assessment, especially regarding ground-gas and vapour intrusion. Stacey has extensive experience in ground-gas risk assessment, methane mitigation systems verification and construction quality assurance, and geographical information systems (GIS).
An experienced project manager, Stacey has had responsibility for the design, implementation, and assessment of many ground gas, radon/thoron, and vapour intrusion investigations including indoor and outdoor air quality testing, surface emissions surveys, and continuous high-resolution and passive monitoring approaches. Stacey contributed to an EU-funded research project assessing the capture and utilisation of methane from expired and non-operational landfills (the ACUMEN project).
In addition, Stacey has complementary experience across other practice areas including site investigation, human health risk assessment, and environmental permitting in England. A qualified teacher in geography and geology, she is a skilled communicator with clients and colleagues. Stacey is a fellow of the Geological Society of London, working towards Chartership, and a member of the SoBRA Ground Gas Subgroup. She is also a STEM Ambassador who promotes geoscience to all age groups and encourages young women to pursue a career in the geo industry.