Carrying on the spirit and traditions of past GEI-sponsored MGP conferences, MGP 2017 provides a forum for utilities, regulators, consultants, and contractors to share their experiences and ideas. In addition, MGP 2017 will give the next generation of industry experts a terrific opportunity to further develop relationships in the marketplace.
Davis, who is completing a Great Lakes and Upper Midwest Business Plan for GEI, including government affairs work to help advance client projects, outlined several key U.S. federal initiatives to watch, such as:
ENR ranks the Top 200 firms based on the percentage of their 2016 gross revenue from environmental services both at home and abroad in eight market segments: hazardous waste, nuclear waste, air, water, wastewater treatment, environmental management, environmental sciences, and other.
Alex is an Adaptation Specialist / GIS Analyst out of GEI's Portland, ME office with five years of experience in the industry. Prior to coming to GEI he was an essential member of the Catalysis Adaptation Partners team, using his GIS analytic skills to build models to assist municipalities and community organizations in understanding their vulnerabilities to potential storm surges and sea level rise.
Richard has more than 30 years of experience involving developing, evaluating, and implementing programs for the protection of surface water and groundwater resources. Richard assists clients with federal and state Clean Water Act-related activities, including development and/or implementation of water quality studies (chemical and biological), TMDL implementation plans, technical basis of water quality standards regulations, bioassessments and water quality permitting, especially for stormwater NPDES permits and 401 certifications.
Mike is a Principal and Vice President with GEI Consultants, Inc., the founder of Applied NAPL Science Review, and an active contributor to ITRC, ASTM and other NAPL related guidance document teams. He has spent 29 years characterizing and remediating NAPL releases across the United States in various hydrogeologic environments at refining, pipeline, gas plant, terminal, UST, and other industrial and transportation related sites.
GEI acted as head geotechnical engineer for this project by drilling borings to collect soil information required for the design process. The Deep Space Auditorium was constructed into an existing hillside and required up to 80 feet of earth retention.
Cary has more than 35 years of experience skillfully leading and supporting collaborative multidisciplinary teams during the planning, design, procurement, construction and commissioning phases of complex projects and major programs across the United States.
Michelle has more than 12 years of experience with providing both technical and managerial support for various environmental, regulatory, and land-use projects. She also has extensive experience with engineering and regulatory compliance projects involving construction, agriculture, and upstream petroleum.
Oakland, CA. – September 6, 2017 – GEI Consultants, Inc., one of the nation’s leading geotechnical, environmental, water resources, and ecological science and engineering firms, announced today that Joseph de Larios, P. E., G. E. has joined GEI as a Senior Geotechnical Engineer out of the firm’s Oakland, CA office.