Cynthia is a corrosion control engineering principal in Coffman’s Anchorage office and manages the Alaska based corrosion control team that delivers reliable corrosion control services. She provides corrosion control engineering services for oil and gas operators throughout Alaska, including the North Slope, Cook Inlet, and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Cynthia earned a bachelor of science in chemical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a master of science in environmental studies from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Cynthia has experience in external and internal corrosion control and integrity assessments. Specific examples of services that the corrosion control team are available to support include cathodic protection monitoring, maintenance, design, construction support, testing and troubleshooting, atmospheric inspections, below grade examinations, depth of cover surveys, gas leak surveys, API 570 and API 653 program support, project and construction management, and corrosion risk assessments. Coffman’s corrosion control culture encourages a hands on approach to corrosion control projects from start to finish. Our extensive field experience allows us to handle the logistics and challenges encountered for projects in remote Alaskan field locations.