Wayne Hamilton , PE, PG, Research Faculty

Baylor University
Since January 2015 Wayne has been a research staffer at Baylor University focused on assisting graduate students and professors with groundwater research. Prior to Baylor, Wayne worked thirty-four years of experience with Shell’s Mining, Engineering, Marketing, Exploration and Production, and Development business units. He retired from Shell on November 1, 2014. Assignments were as Geological Engineer, Hydrogeologist, Environmental Engineer, Environmental Manager, Legacy Properties Manager, Safety and Oil Spill Response Manager. His business unit experienced includes: Mining, Distribution, Exploration and Production, Pipeline, Refinery, Retail facilities and Project Development. Environmental experience includes: risk based corrective action, soil and groundwater assessment and remediation, project management, contract negotiations, due diligence, auditing, environmental advocacy, regulatory permitting, impact assessment and oil spill response. In January 2015 he became a staffer at Baylor University focused on assisting students and faculty with their groundwater research. Wayne was on the Editorial Board of Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation from 1987 until 1993. Also, he is a Professional Engineer and Professional Geologist. He received in 1977 a bachelors degree in Geology from the University of South Florida; 1980 a Masters degree in Geological Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla and 1999 Professional Engineering Degree from the University of Missouri-Rolla. Wayne is married to Mary (Watson) Hamilton for 33 years and has three grown children.