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Dr. Jamshid Sadeghipour, PE
Ph.D., Civil Engineering, UCLA, 1984
M.S., Civil Engineering, UCLA, 1980
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 1977
Professional Engineer (Civil), CA
Member, Society of American Military Engineers
Dr. Sadeghipour has over 30 years of professional experience in environmental site characterization, remediation and construction including project administration and technical management, remedial construction, remedial design, installation and operation, quality control and inspection, environmental compliance and permitting, subcontractor procurement and coordination, scheduling and budgeting, client and regulatory agency contacts, and community relations. His experience includes characterization and remediation of soil and/ or groundwater impacted by contaminants such as metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, solvents, pesticides, PCBs, dioxins radioactive materials and munitions. Dr. Sadeghipour has served as the Program Manager and Project Manager on large construction contracts with multiple contract task orders for remedial or removal actions, as well as clean construction projects. He has also managed large remedial construction projects involving extensive excavation, soil screening and segregation (chemical and radiological), and off-site transportation and disposal.
Mr. Vitthal Hosangadi, PE
M.S., Civil/Environmental Engineering, University of Oklahoma, Norman, 1990
B.E., Civil Engineering, University of Bombay, 1988
Professional Engineer, Civil, CA
Member, American Society of Civil Engineers
Mr. Vitthal Hosangadi has over 25 years of design, construction, and project management experience in civil, environmental and remediation engineering; and water resources. He has been involved in numerous soil and groundwater remediation projects in California, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Florida, Washington, Texas, and Mississippi. He is familiar with all aspects of hazardous waste remediation ranging from pilot testing to design, installation, operation and maintenance, and optimization of full-scale systems. Mr. Hosangadi has served as the project manager, technical lead or design engineer on projects ranging from typical gas station remediation to large multiple-Operable Unit Superfund sites. These include soil vapor extraction, air sparging and in situ bioremediation, dual-phase and multiphase extraction, methane cometabolism, in-situ reactive walls/zones, in situ chemical oxidation (ozone, permanganate, persulfate), in situ chemical reduction, and in situ bioremediation (slow and fast release substrates, bioaugmentation).
Dr. Essi Esmaili, PG
Ph.D., Geology, Specializing in Hydrogeology and Environmental Geochemistry, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1983
M.S., Geology, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1980
B.S., Geology, Pahlavi University, 1972
Professional Geologist, CA
Certified Hydrogeologist, CA
Dr. Esmaili has more than 30 years of diversified technical, consulting, and managerial experience in environmental investigation and remediation field. As a principal, Dr. Esmaili has participated in numerous multidisciplinary projects involving site assessments and characterizations, risk assessment, hydrogeological/ hydrogeochemical investigations, numerical modeling of unsaturated and saturated zones, remedial investigations and feasibility studies, remedial design, and remedial construction. He has extensive expertise in development of remedial strategies, regulatory negotiations, risk management, litigation support, and expert witness services. He has been involved in multiparty projects, managing both small projects and large programs. Dr. Esmaili is an ASTM-certified instructor of Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) standards to consultants, regulatory agencies, and other professionals, all across the country. His last class was for the entire regulatory staff at the Nevada Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Corrective Actions. He has taught similar courses for regulatory agencies in Oregon and Arizona.
Mr. Lenny Malo
M.S., Environmental Management, University of San Francisco, 2004
B.S., Biology, University of California, Berkeley, 1997
BLM Authorized Flat-Tailed Horned Lizard (FTHL) Biologist
Mr. Malo has been providing clients with innovative biology and regulatory permitting services associated with wildlife responses to construction activities in Southern California. Mr. Malo’s expertise is in development of restoration plans, permit applications, reports, and assessments to document compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA), federal and state Endangered Species Act (ESA), Clean Water Act (CWA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP), California Fish and Game (CFG) Code, the California Public Utility Commission’s published specifications, California Energy Commission’s (CEC) guidelines, California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Standard Environmental Reference (SER), and the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) West Mojave Plan.
Mr. Abram S. Eloskof, CIH
M.S., Environmental Studies California State University, Fullerton, 1993
Master of Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada, 1984
B.S., Materials Engineering, American University in Cairo, Egypt, 1979
Certified Industrial Hygienist
Registered Environmental Assessor/CA
Member, Society of American Military Engineers
Member, American Society of Safety Engineers
Mr. Eloskof has over 30 years of diversified professional and practical experience in the environmental and construction industry, including project management, site assessments and remediation, engineering design and construction, regulatory compliance and permitting, and client and agency negotiations. He has managed over $90M of remedial construction contracts for the U.S. Navy. Mr. Eloskof has managed large remedial construction projects at Naval Base San Diego; Former Naval Air Station (NAS) Moffett Field; Former NAS Alameda Point and 32); Former Long Beach NAVSTA; and Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach. He has recently completed design and construction of a multi-layer landfill cap at MCAS Miramar. As a Project Manager, he has managed cost-plus fee, firm-fixed price and time, and materials contracts for the Department of the Navy, Ford, Rhone Poulenc Basic Chemicals, Boeing Rocketdyne Division, the Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal-EPA), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and miscellaneous industrial clients.