Resumes

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GREGORY S. BRADFORD, P.E.

 



Qualifications Summery

■      I have worked as an engineer, client, contractor and regulator. This helps me to understand the needs and concerns of each, and to develop cost-effective and practical solutions.

■     Eighteen years of experience in hazardous, solid and low­ level nuclear waste investi­ gation, response, design, permitting, remediation and construction.

■      Eleven years of experience in surface/underground coal mine design, permitting, and operation.

■      Six years civil surveying, design and construction (roads, dams, spillways, ditches, culverts, pressure and gravity sewers and pipelines).

■      Investigation, design, permitting and construction of municipal, industrial and hazardous waste landfills.

■      Investigation and evaluation of surface and ground waters and soils.

■      I have worked as a laborer, pipe layer, technician, heavy equipment operator, grade checker, surveyor, foreman, superintendent, estimator, specification writer, contract administrator, design engineer, project engineer and project manager on projects ranging from $1,000 to $30,000,000.

Home Address:    8637 W. 62nd Avenue, Arvada, CO 80004
Home Phone:       (303) 885-8833
E-mail:                   [email protected]

Fields of Competence

Civil Construction Earth Construction.

Surface- and ground-water hydrology. Surface- and ground-water control.

Municipal, industrial, and hazardous landfill evaluation, permitting, design and construction.

Remediation of hazardous, toxic, petroleum and low-level radioactive waste sites.

Education

Washington State University- BS Civil Engineering Boise State University - Geology & Hydrology University of Colorado at Denver - Hydrology & Earth

Construction

Credentials

Licensed Professional Engineer - Active in Colorado, Inactive in Arizona, Arkansas, Missouri and Wyoming.

40-hour training for work at hazardous waste sites, 8-hour updates current through March 2021

12-hour training for work in confined spaces.

8-hour training for work as a supervisor on hazardous waste projects.

Recent Employment History

2013 - Present: Contract/Temporary Employee for Consulting Engineering and Construction Companies

2006- 2013     Waste Management Technician

1984 - 2009    Contract Employee for Construction and Consulting Engineering Companies