Mr. John Rhodes is a professional engineer with more than 30 years of experience in environmental engineering and science related to soil, soil vapor, air, surface water, and groundwater. Trained at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he has extensive experience with issue resolution, management of change in engineering and technical organizations, written and visual communications of technical issues, and engineering ethics. He is dedicated to helping clients understand technology and has given seminars on probabilistic cost estimating, fate and transport of contaminants, and other complex issues.
Mr. Rhodes has built a client-oriented practice upon a foundation of remediation engineering, hydrology, aquatic chemistry, and mathematical analysis. He is experienced in engineering economics, risk management, and decision analysis tools. Mr. Rhodes is an expert in technical and forensic investigations and has been qualified as an environmental engineer, including groundwater hydrologist, in four New Jersey State courts and three federal courts.