Jennifer Oltman
Jennifer Oltman
Staff Engineer, Lippincott Jacobs Consulting Engineers

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Ms. Oltman has over eight (8) years of experience in the environmental industry. This includes over six (6) years directly in dam engineering, including inspection, design, plan preparation, permitting, construction observation, emergency procedures, maintenance and ongoing regulatory compliance. Ms. Oltman is proficient in construction practices, means and methods for Dams in the State of New Jersey, as well as installation of stormwater treatment devices, construction of infiltration ponds and remedial action.
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  • Anindita, Sylhet

    Added Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 3:05 PM

    Hi, I am Anindita! I have just finished my IGCSE exams and want to become an environmental engineer. To do so, will choosing physics, chemistry, biology and maths in my A levels work? Do I need mechanics?
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    Jennifer Oltman, Lippincott Jacobs Consulting Engineers
    Answered Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 3:05 PM
    Hi. These courses will suit you well for environmental engineering. I am not familiar with your curriculum requirements, however, in the States, I never took any mechanics based courses during University. All of my education was based around what you ...
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  • Kathryn, Anacortes asked Jennifer Oltman, Lippincott Jacobs Consulting Engineers

    Added Sunday, May 4, 2014 at 2:37 PM

    Hi Jennifer, I will be transferring to university this year and I am considering an engineering track. I am interested in environmental science as well, so I would love to combine the two. What was your academic path and would you have done anything different if you could go back? Did you feel isolated as a female minority in an engineering program? Thank you for being available to offer advice. I found the Engineergirl project really helpful and inspirational. Kathryn
    Related to Environmental, Opportunities/Challenges for Women, Special fields and Interdisciplinary, Work Environment
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  • Bryar, Indiana

    Added Friday, May 2, 2014 at 11:04 AM

    Will I have to be stuck working with someone else. Will I be stuck behind a desk.
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    Jennifer Oltman, Lippincott Jacobs Consulting Engineers
    Answered Friday, May 2, 2014 at 11:04 AM
    absolutely not. It depends on the track you choose. I work in the environmental and construction management fields. I split time between office and field. I get to work on project design with other engineers and I also get to see some of those projects ...
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