David M. Seaver, L.G., R.G., P.G.
Mr. Seaver has over 20 years experience in the hydrogeologic investigation and remediation of contaminated sites throughout Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Oregon, Utah and Washington. His project experience includes conducting geologic and hydrogeologic investigations at contaminated sites for private industry, the United States Defense of Department, and the United States Department of Energy. Mr. Seaver has served as the project manager on numerous underground storage tank (UST) removal and remediation projects in Oregon and Washington. In Oregon, Mr. Seaver served as the project manager for UST investigations performed for the United States Navy. His duties included preparation of project plans including sampling plans and quality assurance plans, field sample collection, and report preparation. Mr. Seaver also served as the on-site coordinator for a remote project in northwest Alaska. This project included demolition, containerization and disposal of over twenty buildings, removal of underground storage tanks, sampling, excavation, and disposal of 1,500 tons of contaminated soil and over 6,000 drums of various wastes. He is involved in project management, field program coordination and implementation, field data acquisition and reduction, performing quality control audits, interpretation of results, and report preparation.
Mr. Seaver also has over 15 years experience in the preparation and implementation of health and safety programs for contaminated sites. His experience includes preparation of site specific Health and Safety Plans (HASPs) for projects involving investigation and remediation of sites contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents metals, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and asbestos. Mr. Seaver has also been responsible for field implementation of safety programs involving soil and groundwater sampling, drilling, heavy equipment operations, and off-shore boating safety. His duties included conducting daily health and safety briefings, air monitoring, selection of personal protective equipment, and recordkeeping.
B.S., Geology, Oregon State University, 1990
Licensed Geologist, State of Washington, No. 1980
Registered Geologist, State of Oregon, No. G1406
Registered Professional Geologist, State of California, No. 8039
Registered Professional Geologist, State of Idaho, No. 1079
Qualified Soil and Groundwater Sampler, State of Alaska
40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
8-Hour Health and Safety Supervisor Training
40-Hour Health and Safety Technician Training
8-Hour MSHA Mine Safety Training
8-Hour Confined Space Entry Training
Radiation Safety Training, Westinghouse Hanford Company, Richland, Washington
IATA Dangerous Goods Shipper Training