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Jim Anspach Becomes Distinguished
Member of ASCE
Jim Anspach, Cardno’s Director of Utility
Market & Practice Development, was
named a Distinguished Member of the
American Society of Civil Engineers
(ASCE) at its annual convention held in
Denver, CO. The Distinguished Member
recognition is the organization’s highest honor, reserved
for ASCE Members or Fellows who have attained
eminence in some branch of engineering or related arts
Considered a global leader within the field of Subsurface
Utility Engineering, Jim is a Global Senior Principal at
Cardno with more than 40 years of experience working
as an educator, consultant, researcher and expert witness.
He serves as ASCE's spokesman on utility engineering
issues, and has been considered a leader in the utility
damage prevention industry for 35 years. Jim also helped
develop the Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute
to help further the practice of utility risk management
within civil engineering.
Environmental Remediation Expert Vincent
Battaglia Joins Cardno
Cardno, Inc., is pleased to announce
that Vincent Battaglia has returned to
the firm as Senior Project Manager in the
company’s Petaluma, California 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.