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Environmental Remediation Expert Vincent Battaglia Joins Cardno’s Petaluma Office

Parul Dubey on December 4, 2018 - in News, People

Petaluma, CA – Cardno, Inc., is pleased to announce that Vincent Battaglia has returned to the firm as Senior Project Manager in the company’s Petaluma, CA, USA office. Vincent specializes in bioremediation and is an expert in performing soil and groundwater assessments, water/wastewater treatment, and project management team structuring. He previously worked for Cardno as a project manager/environmental consultant from 2006 to 2015.

Vincent has designed, maintained, and operated multiple groundwater and vapor remediation systems and is well versed in soil-vapor intrusion and vapor intrusion modelling. As a project manager, he has led multidisciplinary teams of geologists, engineers, environmental scientists, and permit specialists. His project experience includes the management of National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration and National Resource Damage Assessment teams during the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill clean-up.

“Vincent combines excellent technical remediation skills and a strategic understanding of how to build teams and move projects forward,” said Jim Chappell, Cardno Business Unit Leader – Assessment & Remediation. “We’re excited to have him on our team where he’ll be assisting our clients across the Western U.S.”

Vincent holds a Master’s of Science in Soils and Biogeochemistry from the University of California Davis.


About Cardno: Cardno is a professional infrastructure and environmental services company, with specialist expertise in the development and improvement of physical and social infrastructure for communities around the world. Cardno’s team includes leading professionals who plan, design, manage and deliver sustainable projects and community programs. Cardno is an international company, listed on the Australian Securities Exchange [ASX: CDD]. www.cardno.com

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