About Us - Key Personnel

Mark Prostko
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Technical Specialties

Environmental and Construction Project Management, Operations Management in the Environmental, Geotechnical, Commercial, Industrial and Municipal Remediation business, Cost Estimating and Formal Bidding, EPA Superfund/ State/ and Federal Project Management, Treatment System Construction and Project Management, Groundwater Well and Pump Design, Downhole Geophysical and Video Logging Expertise.  Extensive environmental cap installation experience utilizing a variety of geotextiles including tri-planer, woven and non-woven geotextiles, and HDPE liners as well as soil, gravel and asphalt capping systems.

Experience Summary

28 years of experience in all levels of operations/project management. Extensive experience in estimating and formal bidding processes, proposal preparation, planning and management of projects that involve environmental, water well, and geotechnical contracting, groundwater treatment systems and related mechanical services for industrial, commercial, governmental and private concerns, SVE/AS systems, municipal ASR systems, Superfund landfill projects, private landfill (Active/Inactive) projects, and managing O&M contracts for large industrial clients.

Credentials

  • B.S. Civil Engineering, Rutgers University, 1984
  • 40-Hour. OSHA Training and Annual 8-Hour Refreshers
  • NAVFAC (USACE) Construction Quality Management for Contractors 2010
  • 30-Hour OSHA Training Construction Safety & Health (2009)
  • Mold Abatement Technician Course State of PA
  • NJ Licensed Well Driller
  • PM201 Project Management Course by TTEC

Key Projects

  • Project Manager for a creek bank stabilization project at an active asphalt refinery located in Paulsboro, N.J. The work could only be completed between the months of August through December due to NJDEP permit limitations. The project commenced at a critical area requiring creek bank stabilization in September 2012. The first area comprises an approximately 150 lineal feet by 50 feet wide section of eroding shoreline which is located adjacent to a newly constructed above and below grade concrete retaining wall and two large petroleum storage tanks. The work required the installation of a 200 LF steel sheet pile temporary coffer dam installed in the creek off of the shoreline of the eroded area, Subsequent high flow dewatering operations (700 GPM) were required to facilitate sediment excavation below the tidal low water levels and to also keep the high tide from entering the work area to be stabilized. Steel sheet pile was installed and removed with a 100 ton hydraulic crane and vibratory hammer system. The creek bank stabilization, including extensive surveying and layout, was completed using a 60’ long reach excavator and various heavy duty supporting equipment. Specifically, the work included removal of existing sediments below the low water mark, subgrade preparation, anchor trench construction and the importation of a 750 CY aggregate sum of R5 rip rap, bedding stone, clean import fill and topsoil. Final restoration work included placement of a woven geotextile and permanent turf reinforcement mat. Re-vegetation of the area included live plantings of indigenous willow, dogwood and maple species of trees/shrubs below the high tide water level and within the R5 rip rap zone, a live brush layer of similar plantings at the high tide water level, and larger versions of similar species of trees and shrubs above the water table. A total of ~200 trees/plantings were installed in the 7,500 SF area. Specialized seed mix was installed for final restoration/stabilization of the lesser sloped areas.
  • Project Manager for a $1.7M+ soils excavation, stabilization and disposal project conducted primarily in multiple wetland areas of the approximate 80 acre site in Mercer County, NJ. Starting in 2011 and completed in 2012, Panther planned, directed and completed the excavation, characterization, and disposal of over 15,000 tons of contaminated soils for the Trust of a major multi-national corporation. Work completed in sensitive wetlands areas and coordinated with Mercer County SCD. Services included clearing of 4+ wooded acres, continuous bypass pumping of an existing stream (300 to 1,200 GPM) and subsequent dewatering of the downstream pond, excavation of 15,000 tons of sediments, provision and placement of 12,000 tons of backfill, 2,500 CY of topsoil, 65,000 SF of ECB, and specialized restoration work of over 3+ acres of wetlands/uplands including planting of selective species of trees, shrubs and specialized grass mixes. Technical challenges successfully completed have been the removal and stabilization of 11,200 tons of soils/sediments from an existing stream fed pond with 42” and 30” RCP storm water pipes entering the excavated areas. The soils/sediments were removed to the existing bedrock at depths of up to 8’ below the normal pond water surface. A temporary bypass pumping system with 600 LF of discharge hose, three (3) rock check dams and sediment bag filtering system was employed for the entire excavation period to re-route the stream, divert storm water from the RCPs and remove the water from the pond to facilitate excavation. Installed 1,100 LF of new 6’ chain-link fence.
  • Project Manager for a $3.0M demolition/disposal and soil remediation project at a former 100,000 SF gallium arsenide manufacturing facility for the semiconductor industry located in Morris Plains, NJ. The demolition included removal of the two existing structures, concrete foundations, floor slabs, block walls and paved areas of the site, demolition/capping of all site utilities, removal/disposal of construction demolition debris, contaminated and recycled concrete and asphalt. A combined 6,300 tons of concrete/asphalt and 900 tons of metals were recycled. Another 12,000 tons of non-hazardous C&D was removed and disposed of. Some of the concrete was disposed as TSCA/RCRA Hazardous materials. ACBM abatement including 3,600 LF of pipe insulation, 30,000 SF of roofing materials/floor tiles with ACM was abated. Multiple truckloads of Regulated Waste materials including light ballasts, light bulbs, refrigerant from twenty (20) large roof HVAC units and four (4) 2000 KVA transformers were also recycled. Following demolition work, extensive test pitting and sampling of the underlying soils beneath the building footprint(s) was completed. . From the seventy (70) test pits excavated there were four (4) areas of contamination identified with ~ 1,400 tons of non-hazardous RCRA Subtitle D soils and 2,000 tons of RCRA hazardous Subtitle C soils excavated and disposed of off-site One of the excavation areas with elevated PCE concentrations was treated with sodium permanganate solution (ISCO) after backfilling of the area was completed for further long term remediation. The site was backfilled, restored and 1,700 LF of new fence was installed to complete the project.
  • QC Manager & SSHO for an extraction well design and installation project in Minerva, OH. Project consisted of the design and installation of a 300 GPM x 8” diameter stainless steel extraction/recovery well. Step testing of the well, installation of a new 20-HP submersible pump, trenching and piping installation with 200 LF of new 4” HDPE force main, excavation and installation of an 8’ deep concrete well vault, installation of pump controls and other electrical work required for a functionally automatic system. The completion of the tie-in was performed without impacting or shutting down the existing operable groundwater recovery and treatment system. Project requirements also included a subsurface ground penetrating radar (GPR) and EM Induction scanning of the work areas to identify potentially unknown subsurface obstructions. Off-site disposal of drill contaminated drill cuttings.
  • QC Manager & SSHO for a $4.5M+ design/build project for the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu, CA. The Site 1 landfill is an approximately 23-acre site fronting the Point Mugu Lagoon. Three separate filled areas were remediated. Two smaller (1- to 2-acre) filled areas at the north of the site between existing roadways referred to as Site 1 North and a much larger filled area (approximately 20 acres) to the south referred to as Site 1 South. The existing soil cover surface of Site 1 South was repaired by installing a new cover consisting of approximately 11.7 acres of chip seal and 2 acres of vegetative cover.

    Approximately 40,000 CY of soils in various degrees of contamination were removed. These soils were mixed with various waste materials generated from NBVC operations dating back to ~1950’s such as steel, concrete, wires, cables, engine parts, petroleum contaminated soils, etc. Waste material was separated from usable soil and sent off site for recycling. The usable soil was placed under the landfill cap at Site 1 South as suitable subgrade material. From Site 1 North. From these excavations on Site 1 North ~ 3,000 tons of materials were recycled and ~ 2,100 tons of non-hazardous petroleum contaminated soils were disposed of at a Navy approved Class I disposal facility.

    Construction and remediation tasks completed at Site 1 South consisted of removal of 1,000 feet of fencing, installation of ~ 3,000 feet of new chain link fencing, construction of a~ 500 feet of access road, filling 0.02 acres of jurisdictional wetlands as part of the cap re-grading effort, creation of an estimated .06 acres of wetlands via the Navy’s wetland mitigation banking program, repairing and improving drainage channels on the south side of the site, including construction of drainage swales across the access roads, grading and constructing ~ 2 acres of vegetated cover areas along perimeter of chip seal area including maintenance until establishment of vegetation, subgrade construction for the 11.7 acres of chip seal created from Site 1 North usable soils and ¾” Class II stone obtained from onsite recycled concrete runway materials, chip seal installation, emergency source removal and disposal of ~1,700 tons of contaminated soils (from the excavation of over three hundred 55-gallon drums filled with asphalt tar materials).

    Additional work to support the conversion of the chip seal area to a usable RV Park consisted of the installation of three solar lights for parking lot illumination, installation of ~1,350 lineal feet of new potable 8” C900 water line, installation of 3 new fire hydrants, RV parking stall line and numbering system consisting of painting on surface of chip seal, and automated and secure electronic entrance and exit gate system for the RV parking lot.
  • Site Manager and QC Manager for remedial construction phase of the Pemaco CERCLA Site in Maywood, CA from 2006 to 2008. Work was delivered continuous CERCLA RI, FS, RD, and RA to USEPA Region 9 through the USACE under multiple CPFF contracts, totaling $17M. Remedial Action System O&M. Started up the HVDPE (June 07) and ERH (October 07) systems and performed O&M. The ERH system operations were completed in March 2008 and effectively achieved 100°C in ground-water and effectively met remedial performance objectives of the “heating” project phase. Real-time 3-D temperature monitoring system with 600 thermocouples and web-based operational data access for continuous ERH system optimization (e.g., directing electricity to zones where heat was increasing slowly or where VOC concentrations were highest) to shorten ERH phase by 1- 2 months, saving over $400K in electrical cost. Through March 2008, system removed over 14,000 pounds of VOCs by the ongoing HVDPE system. Work at the Pemaco Site was performed under an HTRW, site-specific set-aside contract, and PRAC with the USACE Omaha District. Pemaco site is a 1.4-acre former solvent chemical blending and distribution facility in a mixed-use area adjacent to the Los Angeles River. Physical conditions are extraordinarily complex. Releases from UST’s, AST’s, and drums caused soil contamination to over 90 feet deep and groundwater contamination in a complex composite leaky-confined aquifer system with multiple VOC’s (primarily TCE approaching 28,000 ug/L) down to 170 feet across 14 acres migrating under residential properties and threatening local water wells. The property was redeveloped as a public park in 2005 and 2006.
  • QC Manager for $7M landfill cover construction at IR Site 1 Tidal Area at the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, Detachment Concord, Concord, CA to carry out a CERCLA site closure. Despite determination of “low” probability by 5 year resident CLEAN contractor, unexpectedly found munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) 2006 during cap construction. Visually identified munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) and, subsequently, unexploded ordnance (UXO). Fast-tracked preparation (subcontracted TetraTech (TT) UXO personnel) of the following documents for the NAVFAC SW, Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity (NOSSA) and/or Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board (DDESB): Memorandums of Record/Ordnance Reports, Munitions Response Site Identification and Notification Reports, Supplemental Plan for Management of Potential Munitions and Explosives of Concern and Draft Explosive Safety Submission (ESS)
  • QC Manager for a $5.9M CERCLA Landfill multi-disciplined, Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS), remediation project for the USACE-Seattle District. Disciplines of work included the installation of temporary shoring in an inter-tidal flood zone to contain contaminated sediments during excavation; installation and operation of a 100-gpm temporary dewatering and processing system; excavation and consolidation of an estimated 15,000 cubic yards of impacted sediments and debris; redesign, modifications to, and operation of a 30-gpm LNAPL recovery system consisting of 750 linear feet of LNAPL collection trenches, five recovery sumps, five recharge trenches, an oil/water separator, equalization and product collection tanks and fully automated PLC; installation of an upper/lower passive gas management system; redesign and construction of a 1,600 LF soil-bentonite slurry wall keyed into bedrock at depths of up to 60 feet below grade; installation of 60-mil HDPE textured geomembrane liner and geocomposite layers, installation of 13 observation wells inside and outside the soil-bentonite wall; abandonment of 12 existing wells within the limits of construction; and site restoration including wetland roll sod and specialty plantings in the tidally-influenced emergent marsh zones along the river. 20,000+ man-hour project with zero lost time accidents/reportable injuries.
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District/California Air National Guard, Camp Roberts, CA Estimator and Construction Site Manager for several ongoing projects at the California National Guard post at Camp Roberts, CA. Projects include seismic retrofitting of an existing auditorium circa 1940, sanitary sewer system upgrades to ~28,000 LF system including manhole removal and installation, potable water well rehabilitation and new water line installation, onsite 13+ acre landfill new cell construction project, and re-roofing of RTSM building 15,000 SF area. These ongoing and future projects combined worth $3M+.
  • Project Manager for a Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) source removal project. All work was conducted for the Utility in accordance with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection technical guidance regulations. The services included the construction of an access road, installation of sedimentation and erosion control measures, excavation and direct load out of contaminated soil and transportation to the utility company’s approved thermal treatment vendor. In all, the project included the removal of over two thousand (2,000) tons of non-RCRA hazardous waste, the installation of a geotextile barrier to minimize recontamination of the remediated area and restoration of the site with clean fill. The site restoration also included capping the area with a geotextile and 3 inches of clean stone.
  • Project Manager for excavation project for a major South Jersey Electricity utility in Atlantic City involving the removal of over eight thousand (8,000) tons of overburden and contaminated soil. The materials were segregated, to minimize the overall cost to the Owner, which resulted in only four thousand (4,000) tons of RCRA hazardous soil requiring transportation and disposal offsite, at a significant savings to the Owner. The site is under redevelopment as a result of the removal action.
  • Project Manager for a $1.2M landfill groundwater recovery and collection system for a large private client in Edison Township, NJ. The project includes the installation of 14 recovery wells, pneumatic groundwater recovery pumps with controls, installation of 5,000 LF of HDPE leachate (groundwater) force main piping, 5,000 LF of HDPE airline, 3,000 LF of 4 inch by 8 inch dual containment force main effluent piping, 35,000 gallon double-wall FRP leachate UST, duplex centrifugal pump station with automatic controls, PLC, (10) concrete manholes, pre-engineered structure for air compressor, 25-HP air compressor and electrical work associated with system automation. The project was started in May 2004, is currently ongoing and will be completed in 2005 pending regulatory agency input.
  • Project Manager for an extensive test pitting project in Edison, NJ. The service included the testing pitting of over 1,200 linear feet of trench to a depth of up to 32 feet deep. The work was performed to locate existing utilities, former gas work structures including holders, tar wells, separation chambers, piping and building foundation, as well as, to ascertain the location and concentration of MGP impacted soil. In all over 4,000 yards of waste material was handled and multiple crews managed the project to fast track the investigation. Panther worked closely with the owner and the operations group at the site to ensure all active services were located and protected, the access to the facility was managed and work being conducted was completed in a fashion that minimized disruption to the owners operation.
  • Project Manager for a multiple test pitting projects in Hamilton, Morristown, Camden and Edison, NJ. The service included the testing pitting of over 3,000 linear feet of trench to a depth of up to 35 feet deep. The work was performed to locate existing utilities, former gas work structures including holders, tar wells, separation chambers, piping and building foundation, as well as, to ascertain the location and concentration of MGP impacted soil. In all over 6,000 yards of waste material was handled.
  • Project Manager for a complex surgical excavation project in Trenton, New Jersey involving the removal of over three hundred (300) tons of VOC contaminated soils from inside and underneath an active aluminum processing warehouse facility. The work required the installation of permanent structural steel supporting columns and development and installation of a 50 feet by 50 feet secure, airtight, confined working zone operating under negative pressure. The client was under pressure to have no offsite migration of airborne contaminants created during the excavation and soils removal process. The work also included the saw cutting and removal and replacement of a 12 inch thick reinforced concrete slab in addition to a new poured-in-place concrete column footer located within the excavated soils zone. The project was highly successful in terms of scheduling and budgetary constraints. This project was completed in 2004.
  • Project Manager for a fast-tracked, high profile surgical excavation and site remediation project at a private residence completed for a large utility company adjacent to a former MGP operation in Gloucester, NJ. The project involved the air monitoring for volatiles and inorganic particulate contaminates, excavation, transportation and disposal of lead contaminated soils at a residential location with limited working space. The project was completed under the companies MGP remediation program, as Panther Technologies, Inc. is one of a few pre-approved and qualified contractors selected for this program. The project included removal and replacement of concrete sidewalks and curbing, as well as property restorations required for resale of residence. Real-time onsite vibration monitoring and extensive pre-and post-condition reports were produced as deliverables on demand for the client. The work was completed on-time, accident free and under budget prior to December 2004.
  • Project Manager and chief estimator for installation of a $200K geocomposite asphalt-capping system and related work for a repeat private client in Kearny, NJ. The project involved remediation and IRM for a .50 acre COPR contaminated soils site. Scope of work included limited excavation and disposal of COPR contaminated soils and wooden pilings followed by installation of a tri-planar geocomposite layer and 4 inch asphalt cap. Project was completed on time, accident free and on-budget.
  • Project Manager and chief estimator for a $600K passive landfill gas venting system installation in the town of Somersworth, NH including a 1,200 lineal feet by 30 feet deep slurry wall excavation completed October to December 2003. The work included the installation of a 40-mil textured HDPE liner in a vertical position along the perimeter of the landfill within the slurry wall excavation. PVC gas vents were installed within the slurry wall/HDPE liner on the landfill side of the liner to allow for the capture of gas migration before leaving the site to a nearby residential area.
  • Project Manager for a large concrete and soil contamination remediation and off-site transportation and disposal project for a large international client in Kearny, NJ. The project involved the segregation of over 5,000 tons of COPR contaminated soils/concrete using both union (Local 825 Operating Engineers and Teamster operators and transporters) and non-union labor. Specialized heavy equipment used on the project included a track mounted 70,000 lb. excavator with grapple, pulverizer and bucket attachments. Soils were screened using an RD 90 portable screener and over 220 truckloads were loaded with a 3 ½ CY loader. Manifesting and coordination of all off site disposal was handled with Waste Management, Inc. (Model City, N.Y.)
  • Project Manager for a multiple capping project at a metals contaminated site in Kearny, NJ. The project included survey for grade controls and management of fill materials to minimize off-site transportation and disposal, the installation of drainage piping and catch basins, the installation of a tri-planer geotextile membrane, and the grading and paving (installation of environmental controls) of the properties. The project included segregation of COPR and contaminated soils to minimize the total cost for the owner all conducted at active third party sites. Manifesting and coordination of all off site disposal was handled with Waste Management, Inc. (Model City, N.Y.)
  • Project Manager for an orphan remediation project in Eatontown, NJ. The work included trenching, installation of injection piping, conduits and recovery piping plumbed to an existing pump and treat system. Our group was responsible for the installation of a cutoff wall and placement of an enhanced reductive dechlorination product to accelerate the natural attenuation of chlorinated hydrocarbons in groundwater. The work was completed on an expedite basis and has lead to multiple other opportunities with this client due to our ability to anticipate the required work, plan through the project and efficient complete the work in a safe and professional manner.
  • Senior Project Manager responsible for installation of a landfill leachate recovery system upgrade for large private client in Egg Harbor Twp., NJ. $400K+ upgrades included installation of three (3) new 72 inch diameter by 50 feet deep HDPE leachate recovery wells with new stainless steel submersible pumps, custom fabricated HDPE well head piping, NEMA 4 enclosures, new controls and electrical system upgrades.
  • Project Manager for $1.1M groundwater well and pump installation and discharge piping system for a chemical corporation in Pottstown, PA. Work included the demolition and reconstruction of (4) well houses and the upgrading of (6) existing well house structures including new flow metering and pump control systems. Over 5,000 feet of dual wall HDPE piping installed, (10) new bedrock wells up to 400 feet in depth installed. Existing well pumps removed and upgraded.
  • Project Manager and estimator for the installation of a $750K combined groundwater pump and treat and SVE extraction system for the NJTA in Newark NJ. Installation and utilization of over 60 new wells, recovery pumps, 3,000 feet of vapor and ground water piping, and a 40-foot trailer mounted treatment system equipped with oil/ water separator, bag filtration, and carbon adsorption equipment and thermal/ catalytic oxidation unit for vapor phase treatment. System components including instrumentation with a fully operational PLC and remote telemetry.
  • Project Manager for $500K groundwater pump and treatment system for the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and NJ National Guard in Pitman, NJ. Project included recovery wells, piping, controls and on-site treatment and discharge system using carbon adsorption techniques.
  • Project Manager for several groundwater pump and treat and SVE systems for private gas station locations in Brooklawn, NJ and Upper Darby, PA totaling $350K using carbon adsorption and thermal/ catalytic oxidation treatment technologies.
  • Awarded and managed a 2-year contract (1997-1999) for the site remediation drilling services contract for the Garden State Parkway from Cape May to New York by the NJ Highway Authority. The $215K contract was renewed without being rebid. Contract work included monitoring, recovery, and SVE well installations. Pumps, manholes and other related well construction services including well abandonment’s.
  • Project manager for $150K NJDEP mandated well abandonment program for a production well field located adjacent to Delaware River in Gloucester City, NJ. Devised, negotiated and received NJDEP-BWA approval for hybrid abandonment procedures saving the client 50% of expected abandonment costs.
  • Project Manager for a long term (1995-1999) O&M contract for groundwater pump and treat systems in Delaware City, DE and Dayton, NJ for a large pharmaceutical corporation. Responsible for 200 GPM ground water to air stripper facility in Delaware and 1,000 GPM groundwater to carbon pressure vessel treatment facility in Dayton, NJ. Responsible for 24 hour / 7 day monitoring, maintenance, and reporting of both systems concurrently. Contract value exceeded $500K during the duration of contract period. Contract work involved installation of new recovery wells and well vault structures, calibration and repair of flow meters, installation and maintenance of stripper blowers, centrifugal, vertical turbine and submersible pumps and myriad instrumentation troubleshooting.
  • Awarded and managed the first and second production well and pump systems using brackish well water construction materials and desalinization treatment methods in Cape May, NJ (1998-1999) totaling $1M in contract values.
  • Site Manager for $750K Fresh Kills Landfill, Staten Island, NY monitoring well drilling program. Managed (8) man field crew with (2) drilling rigs and support equipment installing over (25) single and double cased wells to depths of 200 feet bgs using various drilling methods. Negotiated union contracts for the project.
  • Site Manager for $500K EPA Superfund project in Hellertown, PA. Formulated and implemented new drilling and well installation methods for client. (15) Wells installed ranging from 4 inches to 10 inches in diameter installed in overburden and limestone to depths of 300 feet bgs.
  • Project Manager and estimator for various phases of site remediation (1990-2001) at former manufacturing facility in Lodi, NJ. Work included installation of (31) SVE wells, well vaults, piping, mechanical modifications and upgrades to existing groundwater and treatment plant and SVE systems. Mechanical, electrical, and control work to existing recovery well and treatment plant. Combined value of work completed in excess of $100K.
  • Project Manager for a 24 hr / 7 day waste lagoon sludge dewatering operation in Union Beach, NJ for large fragrance and flavor manufacturer. Supervised, managed, and maintained all shift crews and equipment. Equipment and technology utilized were (2) 60 HP mobile “mud cat” diesel and electric dredges pumping to a 100 HP Dorr Oliver vacuum filter. 30,000 lbs per day capacity with annual revenues in excess of $1,000,000.
  • Licensed T-2 / W-2 operator (1994-1995) for one of the initial radium treatment systems for potable groundwater in the State of New Jersey at Fairton Federal Correctional Institution in Fairton, NJ. A fully automated 250 GPM system consisting of (3) production wells and well house structures with associated piping, elevated storage tank, controls and instrumentation necessary to store, convey and treat water using dual Refinite pressure units using ion exchange technology. Additional treatment using calcium chloride filters, soda ash and chlorination chemical feed systems to ultimately provide all of the potable and non potable water requirements of the entire Correctional Facility.
  • Project Manager for $675K production well, pumps, piping, electrical, control and instrumentation upgrades for the Willingboro MUA in Willingboro, NJ (1998). System upgraded from 700 to 1,100 GPM to provide capacity needed to meet increase in demand. This well system is now currently the largest producer for Willingboro MUA.
  • Site and Project Manager for multiple NPL Superfund Landfill sites, notably Lipari (#1), Kramer (#3), BEMS, and GEMS landfills. Developed and implemented to completion the drilling program required to provide continuous undisturbed samples along entire western and northern portions of newly constructed slurry wall to depths of 55 feet bgs. Performed site drilling supervision in Level B conditions for investigatory drilling program eastern portion of landfill. (Kramer site 1993.) Contract value $75K. Field Crew Manager for recovery and monitoring well rehabilitation program (Lipari site 1992-1994) using high velocity jetting methods. Installed and removed temporary power and containment systems for pumps utilized to develop and remove water from rehabilitated wells. Contract value $50K.
  • Estimated, awarded, designed, and managed to completion some of the single largest producing well/ pump systems currently operating in the Coastal Plain of New Jersey. The system for Ocean Spray Co-Op for Lee Brothers, Inc. is producing up to 4,000 GPM for cranberry cultivation and processing facility. System in Toms River NJ for former Toms River Water Co. (United Water) produces 2,000 GPM for potable water system.
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