Dr. John Samuelian brings more than 30 years of experience in environmental consulting, environmental and analytical chemistry, database development and management, human and ecological risk assessments, quality assurance, site investigation design, and remedial alternatives evaluation. He has served as environmental chemist, senior task leader, project manager, senior technical reviewer, or QA/QC officer for a number of RI/FSs; remedial designs; remedial action construction projects; human and ecological risk assessments, which have included streamlined, baseline, and residual risk assessments in support of feasibility study projects; commercial product risk assessments; aquatic ecology studies; manufactured gas plant (MGP) sites; mining sites; private well surveys; and U.S. Army Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), risk-based corrective action (RBCA), and RCRA site investigations. Projects have included PCB and dioxin sites, building investigations, municipal and industrial landfills, arsenals, a lead shot site, pulp and paper mill sites, contaminated sediment sites, radiological sites, and solvent waste sites. These projects have ranged from several-thousand- to multimillion-dollar efforts. He has also served as QA/QC officer, auditor, and assessor of overall data quality for similar projects. Dr. Samuelian has provided support for projects throughout the U.S., for public and private sector clients.
John Samuelian, Ph.D.
Senior Science Advisor