Ashley A. Neptune

Project Manager
After a few college tours in high school, I knew I wanted to be an environmental engineer! Speaking to professors in the engineering field gave me the opportunity to better learn what an environmental engineer does.

Working as an Environmental Engineer for over 8 years at Gateway, I have been given the opportunity to work on a vast array of projects in the energy industry, real estate development, stream restoration and in the municipal sector. The numerous jobs I’ve worked on vary across all stages of a project’s life, from due diligence and planning, to permitting and design, to construction. Projects representative of what I do at Gateway include stream restoration, stormwater management and flood control, MS4 permits, Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, Clean Fill Determination, pipeline construction design and permitting, well pad and compressor station design and permitting, and roadway maintenance programs.

When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time outside and with my friends and family. Attending festivals, going to new restaurants, kickboxing, snowboarding, and finding new local wineries. Recently, I’ve been learning how to golf and am enjoying it! My ideal vacation destinations involve relaxation, warm weather, and the ocean!


BS, Environmental Engineering, Saint Francis University, Loretto, PA
MS, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, Villanova University, Villanova, PA

Professional Certifications

Registered Professional Civil Engineer, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Registration No. PE091261
Registered Professional Civil Engineer Maryland, Registration No. PE 60715
Registered Professional Civil Engineer Ohio, Registration No. PE 88972
OSHA 24-hour HAZWOPER Certification

Professional Affiliations

Co-Director of Member Retention - Greater Pittsburgh Women in Energy Network
American Society of Civil Engineers
Vice Chair of Surface Use Committee – Marcellus Shale Coalition