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Doug Newton, CPG, PG

At Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. Doug Newton, CPG, PG serves as National Client Manager for several nationwide financial and real estate investment firms. In this capacity, he focuses on providing clients with high-quality and timely assessments as part of their due diligence process. He is familiar with the reporting standards of due diligence requirements including ASTM E1527-13 Standard, EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI), and New Jersey’s Property Transfer Law known as Industrial Site Recovery Act (Environmental Cleanup Responsibility Act). Mr. Newton has advised clients through the completion of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Environmental Transaction Screens, Phase II Subsurface Investigations, Remedial Cost Estimates, Remediation Design, and Property Condition Assessments. He has extensive experience managing due diligence projects for the following types of nationwide and local clients:

  • Residential developers
  • Commercial developers
  • Real estate brokers
  • Local government entities
  • REITs
  • Private equity groups
  • Financial institutions
  • Insurance companies

In addition to due diligence assessments, Mr. Newton has also performed and managed Phase II site investigations, underground storage tank (UST) management and closure activities, remedial investigations, and cleanups under various regulatory programs. He has prepared and successfully implemented soil and groundwater remedial investigation, and remedial action work plans for the cleanup of petroleum and industrial facilities, gasoline service stations, dry cleaner facilities, and vacant and/or undeveloped properties. Management responsibilities included consulting clients, negotiating with regulatory agencies, and using innovative remedial technologies for cost-effective remedial actions at project sites. He is also a Professional Geologist with 36 years of geological experience serving oil and gas, industrial, commercial, financial, and real estate clients throughout the U.S.


American Institute of Professional Geologists – Certified Professional Geologist CPG 7954
Registered Professional Geologist:

  • Pennsylvania: PG000913G
  • Delaware: S4 0000969
  • Missouri: RG 0903


OSHA 1910.120 Hazardous Site Worker - 40 hour
OSHA 8-hour Supervisors Training Refresher (current)
1997 Pennsylvania Act 2 Brownfield Implementation Course
PCPG Marcellus Shale Environmental Management
SafelandUSA Training
Act 2 Toolkit: Vapor Intrusion
Act 2 Toolkit: Fate and Transport Analysis
Act 2 Toolkit: Risk Assessments for Environmental Scientists
Structural and Hydro-Structural Geology: Theory and Applications


B.S. in Geology from Oneonta State College
M.S. in Hydrogeology from West Virginia University