David W. Parsonage is vice president at American Geosciences Inc. in Murrysville, Pennsylvania. American Geosciences offers environmental consulting services, including site assessments, remediation, and regulatory compliance. In his position, Parsonage directs technical operations, develops environmental service areas, ensures quality and client satisfaction, and manages technical professionals.
First vice chairman of the ASTM International committee on environmental assessment, risk management, and corrective action (E50), Parsonage has served in other committee and subcommittee officer roles. He became involved with the group in 2003 and received an E50 Award of Appreciation in 2009. Parsonage also completed a term on the Committee on Standards.
With American Geosciences since 1997, Parsonage had been a lead engineer/project manager with Fluor Daniel GTI, and an engineer with Chester Environmental (formerly Keystone Environmental Resources).
Parsonage holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in forest resources from the Pennsylvania State University. While earning his degrees, Parsonage also taught forestry in the School’s wildlife technology program, and held positions as a graduate research assistant, and forest inventory supervisor and technician.