Seventeen years experience as a hydrogeologist.Experiences include project management of soil and groundwater assessment and remediation projects, underground storage tank closures, aquifer testing and hydrogeologic modeling.
B.S. Geology, EastCarolinaUniversity, 1989
North Carolina Groundwater Professionals
Sigma XI - Scientific Research Society
Author of four papers and two professional presentations concerning environmental causes for sedimentation and heavy metal contamination in the Albemarle and Currituck Sounds, North Carolina.
∑Conducted Design Hydrogeologic Invesigation for new Subtitle D landfill inN.C.
∑Prepared Assessment of Corrective Measures (ACM) and Corrective Action Plan (CAP) at unlined landfill in N.C.
∑Groundwater investigation and remediation of heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Cu) and chlorinated VOC-affected groundwater at a metals machinery company in S.C.
∑Conducted over 300 Phase I Environmental Assessments in the Southeast.
∑Managed numerous petroleum release incidents and remediation projects at bulk storage facilities.
∑Conducted site assessment and remediation at numerous leaking UST sites
∑Conducted numerous aquifer pumping tests andhydrogeologic modeling to determine the effects of on-site pumping atchlorinated and petroleum-affected groundwater sites.
∑Capture zone delineation and Remediation of Mercury and VOC-affected groundwater plume at a battery plant in N.C.
∑Reviewer of the North Carolina permit application for the proposed Wake/Chatham County Low Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Site.
∑Conducted hydrogeologic investigations at numerous North Carolina municipal solid waste landfills. In addition, have conducted numerous Appendix I & II groundwater assessments with statistical evaluation.
∑Oversight of large scale aquifer pumping tests in the Cretaceous aquifers at a South Carolina steam generating power plant.Long term continuous drawdown tests were conducted to determine if the aquifer could supply a total of 5,000 gallons per minute of cooling water for the plantís 40 year life.