Dr. Benjamin Petri is an environmental engineer with 14 years of experience in the environmental litigation and remediation fields serving a range of clients. Much of Dr. Petri’s career has focused on analyzing the fate and transport of contaminants in complex environmental systems and determining the implications for clients. He has developed conceptual site models, and designed and conducted multiple field, laboratory and modeling investigations. He specializes in the analysis of chlorinated solvents and other volatile organic compounds in groundwater systems, including dense, nonaqueous-phase liquids (DNAPLs), as well as the evaluation of alternatives for their remediation and the assessment of the vapor intrusion pathway. Dr. Petri is particularly experienced in working with in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) technologies.
Dr. Petri is also experienced in environmental litigation, having provided support for cost allocation, environmental forensics, cost estimation, and historical facility review. He has collaborated with a variety of colleagues across disciplines in industry, academia, and consulting. In addition, Dr. Petri has authored numerous articles, book chapters, conferences presentations and short courses, and has served as a peer reviewer for multiple refereed journals.