Caitlin Lulay, EIT, joined LimnoTech in April 2022 as an Environmental Engineer. She has experience in hydraulic modeling, water quality monitoring, nutrient cycling, and technical writing. While earning her Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering focusing on Water Resources from Marquette University, Caitlin applied the General Lake Model (GLM) to study nutrient cycling in wet detention ponds. In her undergraduate research at Saint Louis University, Caitlin studied the use of iron amendments to remove arsenic from drinking water in developing nations. She also worked alongside the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to use machine learning to better understand and predict reservoir sedimentation.
Caitlin works at LimnoTech’s Central Regional Office in Oakdale, Minnesota.