- Pat Hoban: Sr. Geologist
- Craig Drizin: Sr. Engineer
- Jered Chaney, Geologist
- Josh Hannaleck, Engineer
▫ Santa Clara University: B.S., Civil Engineering – Environmental/Water Resources 2003
CONTINUING EDUCATION / TRAINING
▫ OSHA 1910.120: Hazardous Materials Health and Safety;
▫ American Society of Civil Engineers: Pumping Systems Design Workshop
▫ California-Nevada Section – American Water Works Association: Small Systems Workshop
▫ Golden State Stormwater Trainers: California Construction General Permit Training – QSP
▫ California State University, Sacramento – Office of Water Programs: Small Water Systems – Wells
▫ California State University, Sacramento – Office of Water Programs: Water Treatment Plant Operation I
▫ Monterey Bay Water Works Association: Principles of Water Treatment Plant Operations & Maintenance
▫ Monterey Bay Water Works Association: Water Education with Gavilan College Instructors Training
▫ California State University, Sacramento – Office of Water Programs: Water Distribution Operation & Maintenance
▫ Registered Engineer-in-Training, State of California Certificate No. EIT 116021
▫ Certified Water Distribution Operator – Grade D1, State of California Dept. of Public Health
▫ Certified Water Treatment Operator – Grade T2, State of California Dept. of Public Health
As a Staff Civil and Environmental Engineer for Weber, Hayes & Associates, Mr. Hannaleck leads the field activities for the construction, operation and maintenance of environmental cleanup systems, small drinking water supply systems, with and without treatment, and small on-site wastewater treatment systems. He also assists in the design and engineering of drinking water supply systems, wastewater treatment systems, and environmental cleanups, including interfacing and communicating with all regulatory agencies from the local to state levels.
Mr. Hannaleck’s drinking water supply system work deals with operation, monitoring, and maintenance, including regulatory required water quality sampling and reporting, of water supply systems. Additionally, he assists in design and installation, including permitting and construction management.
Most of Mr. Hannaleck’s environmental cleanup work is related to releases of fuels and solvents from underground storage tanks. This work includes completing soil vapor intrusion studies; conducting feasibility studies to determine the most appropriate remedial technology to reach determined cleanup goals given site-specific conditions; and assisting in the design, permitting, installing (including construction management), and operating soil and groundwater cleanup systems. He also takes part in preparing technical reports documenting all phases of assessment, design, operations and monitoring, and closure of cleanup systems for regulatory agencies.
Mr. Hannaleck’s wastewater treatment system work deals with operation and maintenance, including inspections, of alternative on-site wastewater treatment systems for individual dwellings.
▫ Manage, operate, and monitor a water supply system for Lhoist North America in Salinas, California.
▫ Manage, operate, and monitor, including assisting in the design and installation a carbon treatment and chlorine drip system, for an MTBE impacted water supply system for Bonny Doon Union Elementary School District in Santa Cruz, California.
▫ Manage, operate, and monitor a water supply system for Watsonville Produce in Moss Landing, California.
▫ Inspected and maintained an intermittent sand filter system at an alternative on-site wastewater treatment system site in Santa Cruz County.
▫ Inspected and maintained an aerobic treatment system at an alternative on-site wastewater treatment system site in Santa Cruz County.
▫ Assisted in a Soil Vapor Intrusion assessment and design of a Soil Vapor Extraction pilot test clean up system and managed the installation and operations of the pilot test cleanup system at a chlorinated solvent/dry cleaning chemical release site in Menlo Park, California.
▫ Assisted in the design and managed the install and operation and maintenance of a Dual Phase (Soil Vapor and Groundwater) Extraction / Air Sparging / Groundwater Re-Injection cleanup system at a diesel fuel release site in Bonny Doon (Santa Cruz), California.
▫ Assisted in the design and managed the install and operation and maintenance of a Dual Phase (Soil Vapor and Groundwater) Extraction / Air Sparging / Groundwater Re-Injection cleanup system of a gasoline release site in Watsonville, California. The site is now in the post-cleanup monitoring phase in preparation for site closure.
▫ Assisted in the design, install, and operation and maintenance of the expansion of the Soil Vapor Extraction / Air Sparging / Groundwater Circulation Well cleanup system of a MTBE release site determined to have potential migration pathways from an underground storage tank to a Public Drinking Water Supply well in Los Osos, California. The system drastically reduced concentrations of MTBE and other gasoline contaminants, and the site is now in the post-cleanup monitoring phase in preparation for site closure.
▫ Assisted in the design, install, and operation of a Soil Vapor Extraction / Air Sparge System that incorporated a 300-foot long horizontal air sparge well for cleanup of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil and groundwater. Case closed by the local and state regulatory agencies.
American Society of Civil Engineers