site investigation and remediation
groundwater assessment and remediation
specialized in situ treatment technologies
construction management and quality assurance
Certificate in Safety Management, American Society of Safety Engineers, 2007
M.S., Environmental Engineering and Science, Stanford University, 1997
B.S., Civil Engineering, Northeastern University, 1993
Bruce K. Marvin, P.E.
Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering,
Mr. Marvin, a senior environmental engineer located in California, has over 18 years of consulting experience in remediation strategy development, technology selection, engineering process design, and quality assurance procedures. His clients include private and governmental entities in the United States, Japan, Canada, and Australia.
Mr. Marvin is internationally recognized for his in situ remediation expertise and has established industry best practices for in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO). Mr. Marvin has performed numerous pioneering projects involving ozone, permanganate, and persulfate. He negotiated work plans and permits for early applications of ISCO in several regions of California and has successfully implemented projects in numerous jurisdictions. His in situ remediation experience includes direct project work involving enhanced biological treatment, monitored natural attenuation, chemical reduction, and thermal treatment technologies. In addition, Mr. Marvin has design and operation experience with soil vapor extraction, air and bio-sparging, bioreactors, air strippers, carbon adsorption, pumping systems and controls.
He advances the interests of his clients through the development of cost-effective forecasting and resource allocation alternatives that take advantage of the latest proven technologies. For example, at a former manufacturing facility, he developed an integrated DNAPL source zone strategy that integrated the technical and non-technical requirements with stakeholder concerns and off-site property issues, managing the implementation of the off-site remediation (ISCO) in a highly urbanized area. Mr. Marvin developed specifications and mentored a team through permitting with local building and fire department officials, and trained thirty project personnel in safe work procedures and risk management controls.
Mr. Marvin is a leader in the development and implementaion of quality and safety programs tailored to organizational and project needs. For example, as part of a design-build installation of an in situ biological permeable reactive carrier, he prepared an Activity Hazard Analyses for construction and drilling valued at more than $8 million, and developed a multi-faceted behavioral-based field safety program that resulted in over 25,000 feet of drilling without an incident, injury or accident. Through his unique combination of hands-on experience, strategic perspective, and leading edge technology applications, he provides clients with successful results that achieve best in class performance.