Roger T. Craycroft

Mr. Craycroft is a geologist/environmental scientist with GSI in Austin, Texas. He earned a B.S. in Geological Sciences – Hydrogeology from The University of Texas at Austin in 2017. While pursuing his bachelor’s degree, Mr. Craycroft conducted undergraduate research on the characterization of karst features along the Nueces River in Uvalde, TX, as well as surface water/groundwater interactions in northern New Mexico. Additionally, he studied computer science and earned an institutional certificate. He joined GSI in 2019 and has experience with projects including groundwater, soil, and vapor sampling, monitoring well installation and development, geologic and hydrogeologic site evaluation, aquifer testing, chemical concentration and potentiometric surface mapping using ArcGIS, user interface for GSI toolkits, literature reviews, and other environmental research. He has participated in projects under federal and state regulatory frameworks including CERCLA (Superfund), Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR), and Texas Risk Reduction Program.

Rev July 2020