Nick has over 30 years of environmental consulting experience performing site and remedial investigations and remediation of soil and ground water on a wide range of residential, commercial, and industrial properties for private corporations and federal and state agencies. His areas of expertise include hazardous waste screenings/ preliminary assessments, Phase I and Phase II Site Assessments, subsurface investigations, soil and ground water sampling, air monitoring, UST/AST removals, remediation technology and implementation, report writing, bid proposals, client liaison, and project management.
He is a certified industrial N-2 operator with extensive experience in the installation, operation and maintenance of remediation systems with major emphasis on ground water pump and treat, soil vapor extraction, air sparging, and on-site bioremediation. He has prepared Site Investigation Reports, Remedial Investigation Reports, Remedial Action Work Plans, Remedial Action Reports, Health and Safety Plans, soil and ground water sampling plans, and Deed Notices for both private and government clients.
Nick is also responsible for managing and coordinating on-going agreements with several public agencies for roadway/bridge/drainage improvement projects and maintenance facilities/service areas statewide. The roadway improvement projects include providing hazardous waste services during the preliminary, final, and construction phases of the project. The objectives of the maintenance facilities agreements are to characterize soil and/or ground water contamination and to evaluate, select and implement the most appropriate and cost-effective remedial approach. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from The Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS, formerly Cook College), Rutgers University.