Arica DiTullio, PE, MS

Senior Engineering Manager/Senior Associate

Arica DiTullio leverages nearly 2 decades of experience to provide GAI clients cost-effective and innovative solutions for a range of civil and environmental engineering initiatives including abandoned mine land reclamation (AML), industrial wastewater treatment, storm water management, acid mine drainage (AMD) treatment, coal combustion residuals (CCR) facility closure, and more, as well as a scope of regulatory and permitting support, assessment and analysis. Her expertise spans wastewater, water quality analysis, hydrologic and hydraulic computations, site grading, erosion and sediment control, and stormwater management with a comprehensive understanding of federal, state, and local permitting and regulations.

Arica’s involvement in AMD treatment began early when she served as an AMD research assistant while attending Saint Vincent College and took part in researching phytoremediation of arsenic while attending the University of Pittsburgh. She earned both MS and BS degrees in Civil & Environmental Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and a BA in Mathematics/Engineering from Saint Vincent College.