David Grunat brings expertise in remediation and development of the hydrogeological framework behind the fate and transport of contaminants in the subsurface. He is a licensed Professional Geologist and a Certified Hydrogeologist in the States of California and Washington. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences at Indiana University and his Master of Science in Environmental Geology at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. His career has focused on development of site conceptual models for developing and implementing remedial strategies for projects throughout the United States and Canada.
Greg Noblet is a California Professional Engineer with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Connecticut and a Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UC Berkeley. He has over 30 years of environmental consulting experience and is an expert in site characterization, indoor and ambient air sampling, health risk assessment, vapor intrusion evaluation, emissions estimation, and dispersion modeling. Mr. Noblet has worked on some of the largest redevelopment and groundwater remediation projects in the San Francisco Bay Area including Mission Bay, Hunters Point, Alameda naval base, and Vallejo Manufactured Gas Plant. He has also been integral in providing input and support to agencies in the development of regulatory guidance pertaining to several different topics.
Craig Pelletier holds a Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences from Lehigh University and attended graduate school at Northern Illinois University. He is a California Professional Geologist with a proven track record of obtaining site closures, leveraging his rapport with regulatory agencies while advocating for clients. He has extensive experience in site characterization, remediation of various types of contaminated properties, environmental due diligence matters, and emergency response management situations.