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Keith Pilgrim

Keith Pilgrim

Keith has nearly 25 years of experience with aquatic toxicology and toxicity-identification evaluations, water-quality modeling, water-quality standards development, nutrient management, stormwater treatment, and NPDES permitting. He designs surface-water-quality monitoring programs for large mining developments, develops water and chemical balances for industrial facilities, creates one- and three-dimensional water-quality lake models, and conducts thermal-balance studies for power plants. A nationally recognized surface-water-quality expert, Keith’s research and design areas include innovative stormwater treatment, lake-bottom sediment chemistry, phosphorus-removal treatment, and phosphorus-release modeling for water management organizations, cities, and mining and industrial clients.

Details

Title

Senior Water Resources Scientist

Education

PhD, Water Resources, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

MS, Environmental Management, Duke School of the Environment

BA, Biology, Gustavus Adolphus College

BA, Financial Economics, Gustavus Adolphus College

Office

Barr Engineering Co.
4300 MarketPointe Drive
Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55435
Phone: +1 952-832-2793

Related projects

First-of-its-kind spent-lime stormwater BMP treatment system
Chemical and biological monitoring of test ponds
Water-quality and sediment-dredging study to restore a phosphorus-impaired lake