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Andrew Gorman
Social Scientist
Experience Summary
Mr. Gorman is a Remediation Scientist with 30 years of professional and field experience in
environmental remediation, regulatory compliance, on-site construction safety and cultural resources
management. Mr. Gorman is experienced with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
process and is familiar with state and federal regulations pertaining to hazardous waste, cultural resource
management and USACE EM-385-1-1. He assists the project Quality Control Manager and has held the
USACE Construction Quality Management certification for 9 years. He has worked as an Environmental
Inspector on a number of linear construction projects in California and has conducted cultural resources
management analyses for a number of proposed development projects in California, including the
construction of a 400-mile fiber optic line, various off-right of way fiber optic facilities, and a several of
proposed and approved power plant sites.
Mr. Gorman has been assigned to the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard site in San Francisco for the last 14
years, filling a variety of roles as the project has developed over time. His variety and depth of
experience have provided valuable assistance to all phases of this large and long-term project. He is
currently acting as Field Engineer and Site Safety and Health Officer. He also assists the project Quality
Control Manager as QC Inspector and has held the USACE Construction Quality Management
certification for 9 years. He is responsible for planning and conducting the removal of radiologically
impacted storm and sewer drains from areas that also have chemical contamination. Duties include
conducting safety briefings for the entire site and individual working groups, directing craft labor in the
field, identifying utilities, making daily reports of pipe and drain features removed and area H&S
monitoring as needed. He has also runs the site air monitoring program, calibrates environmental
monitoring equipment and was in charge of the in-situ groundwater treatment and sampling operations
under the NAVFAC Southwest RAC Contract Task Order 001. Mr. Gorman’s work at the Hunter’s
Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco has included conducting field analyses of unknown contaminants,
conducting and documenting surveys of buildings for possible contaminated areas, and working on
regulatory compliance issues for the off-site disposal of multiple waste streams for the same site. He
evaluates potential safety hazards before and during the course of construction. He has also supervised
the collection of waste items and demolition of contaminated equipment and buildings by craft labor. He
ran an offshore water quality and basewide air quality monitoring programs and continues to assist with
the basewide air quality monitoring
In addition to his work at Hunters Point, he is currently the SSHO for the radiological characterization
and final status survey at IR Site 6 at the former Naval Station Treasure Island and has assisted with
other projects in the BayArea including former NAS Alameda and Moffett Field. For much of the
summer of 2014 he was Lead Sampler, among other roles on a remote project at a former DEW Line
and Naval weather station on the Arctic Ocean.
Education
BA (Bachelor of Arts), Anthropology and Archaeology, Grinnell College, 1985
Registrations/Certifications
Training
USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors; 2016
10-hour OSHA; ClickSafety; 2007
30-hour OSHA; 2012
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Social Scientist
Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED; 2015
40 Hour HAZCAT; Haztech Systems; 1999
40 Hour OSHA HAZWOPER; Environmental Chemical Corporation; 1994
8-Hr. HAZWOPER Refresher; Tetra Tech; 2015
Basic Boating Safety Course, Nautical Know-how; NASBLA; 2004
Confined Space Entrant/Attendant; Tetra Tech; 2007
Construction Superintendent Training 100; 2009
Defensive Driving; 2011
Defensive Driving Course; National Safety Council; 2005
DOT/Waste Management; Tetra Tech; 2012
Environmental Safety Supervisor; Tetra Tech; 2004
Fire Protection; Tetra Tech; 2006
Loss Control; Tetra Tech; 2005
OSHA 1910.120 (e)(4) Supervisor Training; Tetra Tech; 2008
OSHA 1910.120 (e)(4) Supervisor Training; Tetra Tech; 2004
OSHA 1910.120 (e)(8) Supervisor Training; Tetra Tech; 2008
OSHA 1910.120 (e)(8) Supervisor Training Refresher; Tetra Tech; 2007
PM-101; Tetra Tech; 2009
PM-201; Tetra Tech; 2009
Preventing Workplace Harassment and Discrimination; ABRA Learning Action; 2013
Procurement Training; Tetra Tech; 2008
Radiation Safety Refresher; 2014
Type II Asbestos Worker; Environmental Chemical Corporation; 1997
8 Hour Lead Awareness; Environmental Chemical Corporation; 1997
USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors; 2011, 2005
Corporation Project Experience
Field Technical Lead, 2004 – Present
U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Southwest, Remedial Action Contract, Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard Remediation
Project, San Francisco, CA
Plan and execute excavation of radiologically impacted stormwater and sewer lines. Direct craft during
remediation activities. Act as alternate Site Health and Safety Officer. Conduct geophysical surveys and
utility locates with subcontractors. Maintain and perform inspections of waste accumulation areas. Act
as Cultural Resource Monitor during intrusive activities. Conduct Biological resource surveys of work
areas. Maintain inventory of waste soil piles for third-party disposal. Collect chemical and radiological
characterization samples. Conduct searches of client and public archives for site drawings and
information.
Site Safety and Health Officer, September 2014-December 2015
U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Southwest, Remedial Action Contract, Radiological Characterization and Final
Status Survey at IR Site 6, Naval Station Treasure Island.
Responsible for developing, maintaining, and enforcing program H&S plans; conducting H&S
surveillances of field work; reviewing and approving H&S plan changes; conducting daily safety
briefings, reporting to the client at weekly QC/BCT meetings, assisting in the production of
statement/scope of works, activity hazard analyses, close-out/after action reports, sampling and analysis
plans, health and safety plans, and bid proposals; and compiling/ incorporating data and figures for
report appendices. Conduct Biological resource surveys of work areas.
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Lead Sampler, June 2014- September 2014
U.S. Navy. NAVFAC Atlantic, Remediation Action Contract, Landfill Removal And Freezeback
Landfill Construction, Former Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line Station, Point McIntyre, Alaska
Conducted environmental sampling at a remote site on the Arctic Ocean, accessible only by boat.
Collected, packed and shipped soil and water samples, set sample points using GPS system. Created
site drum inventory. Set locations of temporary monitoring wells with GPS and installed the wells
themselves. Conducted QC inspections of work activities. Tested and verified Thermistors were
working correctly after installation. Collected water samples and field parameters for batch
discharge decision process. Assisted with site demobilization.
Field Technical Lead, September 2002 – 2004
U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Southwest, Remedial Action Contract, Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard Remediation
Project, San Francisco, CA
Perform HAZCAT analysis of unknown materials found on closed US Navy base. Responsible for
conducting building surveys for areas possibly contaminated by previous industrial activities. Act as on-
site waste management specialist. Supervise the collection of waste items and demolition and disposal of
contaminated items and structures by craft labor. Assisted with offshore bathymetric and geophysical
surveys, pre-construction vibracore soil sampling and water sampling. Planned and supervised recovery
of unknown laboratory containers excavated in landfill, which required work under Level B conditions
and conducted HAZCAT analyses on these same materials. Planned and supervised removal and
mitigation of TSCA PCB-impacted equipment and dielectric fluid from inaccessible industrial areas.
Supervised recovery and clean-up of a 77-pound mercury spill and several smaller spills discovered in the
course of demolition. Traced and mapped plumbing and drainage system of radiologically impacted six-
story industrial building. Managed drummed waste storage area and supervised shipment of same. Work
with local excavation contractors, truckers, and material brokers to locate potential sources of clean fill
material for project use. Project has very stringent chemistry requirements that have been difficult to
meet. Collected samples located a geotechnical laboratory and selected analyses to be run to ensure that
material met specifications. Performed initial evaluation and inspection of unknown drums excavated
from landfill and supervised recovery and overpacking for disposal. Perform field-lab/field test kit
analysis of pre- and post-excavation samples for TPH and PCBs. Ran offshore water quality monitoring
program involving four Hydrosonde buoys and collection of daily water samples from up to eight
separate locations at two depths. Responsible for calibration and maintenance of Hyrdrosondes. Run
high-volume air sampler program. Responsible for maintenance of five sets of samplers, collection of
samples, and archiving of data. Operate and maintain site weather station. Write Activity Hazard
Analyses for site activities. Act as site biologist, responsible for distributing daily biological reports to
project management.
Field Technical lead, 2004-May 2006
Defense Fuel Support Point-Ozol,CA
Reviewed analytical data from monthly samples taken from pump-and-treat water treatment system at
gasoline and jet-fuel impacted government tank farm and pipeline. Reviewed analytical data from semi-
annual sampling events involving 27 to 35 wells, plotted potentiometric surface and concentration
contours for contaminants of concern, wrote report. Wrote monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual
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Social Scientist
reports of monitoring and sampling for submission to the client and the Bay Area Water Quality
Management District. Submitted reports electronically using State of California Geotracker system.
Responded to Underground Service Alert locate requests for an associated 7-mile-long pipeline,
including a contractor determined to remove a section of this government owned pipeline. Conducted
Gore Sorber” soil vapor sampling in TPH impacted areas. Conducted soil sampling with push probe rig,
recorded soil profiles. Supervised installation of monitoring wells, recorded soils data. Conducted safety
briefings with drilling subcontractors.
Cultural Resource Specialist, August2002-September 2002
Tomen Power UmatillaCounty Windfarm Project, Umatilla County, OR
Conducted archival research and prepared written report and “fatal flaw” analysis for proposed wind
power project.
Cultural Resource Specialist, August2002
Energy Northwest Bateman Windfarm Expansion, Kennewick, WA
Performed cultural resource survey in the field for proposed construction of 6 miles of wind turbines
and associated powerlines and ancillary facilities. Prepared written report for client and SHPO review
Biological Monitor,May2002 - August 2002
North Baja Pipeline,Blythe, CA to Mexico
Biological monitor during construction of large diameter high pressure natural gas pipeline passing
through a desert area with multiple endangered and threatened species issues including Desert Tortoise
and Flat Tailed Horned Lizard
Environmental Inspector,December 2001 - May 2002
AT&T/Pfnet Southern California NextGen Fiber OpticSystem, Blythe, CA to Ocotillo,CA
Environmental inspector for fiber optic conduit installation program in a desert area with multiple
endangered species and cultural resource issues and multiple private, state, and federal landowners.
Worked on a daily basis with construction crews; state, local, and federal regulators; alongside project
management to ensure compliance with all regulations and project negative impact declaration.
Conducted daily safety briefings with Foster Wheeler staff.
ArchaeologyMonitor,July2001 - December 2001
CalpineCaliforniaPeakers GilroyPowerplant Construction, Gilroy,CA
Acted as archaeological monitor on politically sensitive powerplant construction project. Observed
excavation activities for impacts to cultural materials. Acted as liaison between construction workers and
Native American Monitors. Excavated human remains for reburial.
Environmental Inspector,April, 2000 - October 2000
360 Networks, Incorporated,Northern CaliforniaBackboneFiberOptic ConduitInstallation Project,CA
Environmental Inspector for fiber optic conduit installation program between southern Oregon and
Sacramento, California. Worked on a daily basis with construction crews; state, local, and federal
regulators; and project management to ensure compliance with all regulations and project negative
impact declaration from Oregon to Sacramento, California. Conducted archaeological surveys for
reroutes.
Cultural Resource Specialist, October2000 - June 2001
360 Networks, Incorporated,Off-Right-of-Way FiberOptic FacilitiesInstallation Program,CA
Prepared Cultural resource sections for Proponent’s Environmental Assessment for California Public
Utilities Commission (PUC) and responded to PUC data requests. Conducted field and archive
investigations for fiber optic signal regeneration sites at Modesto and Stockton.
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Archaeological Monitorand Environmental Inspector,April 2001 - May 2001
360 Networks, Incorporated,Phase II FiberOptic ConduitInstallation,CA
Archaeological Monitor and Environmental Inspector for fiber optic conduit installation in the San
Bernardino National Forest in southern California. Coordinated communications between construction
and USDA Forest Service personnel and worked with crew to ensure compliance with all permits and
regulations.
Heritage Resource Specialist,January 2001 - May 2002
USDA Forest Service, Cold and Lower Slate DefensibleFuel ProfileZones Environmental Assessments,
Plumas National Forest, CA
Coordinated with Forest Service Heritage Resource Specialists to develop heritage resource sections of
Environmental Assessment for a Defensible Fuel Profile Zone program implemented under the Quincy
Library Group and Herger-Feinstein legislation.
Heritage Resource Specialist,December 2000 - April 2002
USDA Forest Service, Storrie Post-Fire Restoration Environmental Impact Statement, Lassen National
Forest, CA
Developed Heritage Resources section for Environmental Assessment for a project to restore land and
biotic resources in the aftermath of a major forest fire.
Cultural Resource Specialist, December 2000 – Present
Calpine-Bechtel JointDevelopment, Russell City Energy Center Application forCertification, CA
Prepared cultural resources section for Application for Certification before the California Energy
Commission for a 600 MW natural gas-fired combined-cycle merchant power plant. Conducted
archaeological field investigations for the proposed site, gas pipeline, and transmission line. Prepared
cultural resources inventory and historical background.
Cultural Resource Specialist, March 2001 - March 2002
FPL Energy, Tesla Power Plant Project Application forCertification, CA
Prepared cultural resources section for Application for Certification before the California Energy
Commission for a natural gas-fired combined-cycle merchant power plant in central California.
Conducted archaeological field investigations for the proposed site, gas pipeline, transmission line, and
water line. Prepared cultural resources inventory and historical background.
Cultural Resource Specialist, March 2001 - March 2002
CalpineCorporation,Inland Empire Energy Center, Application forCertification,CA
Prepared cultural resources section for Application for Certification before the California Energy
Commission for a 600 MW natural gas-fired combined-cycle merchant power plant. Conducted
archaeological field investigations for the proposed site, gas pipeline, and transmission line. Prepared
cultural resources inventory and historical background.
Cultural Resource Specialist, February2001 - May 2001
OnFiberCorporation,Bay Area Build Fiber Optic ConduitInstallation Project,Santa Clara County, CA
Prepared cultural resources inventory for urban fiber optic installation project located in Santa Clara
County, California. Conducted literature search, field reconnaissance, and cultural resources sensitivity
assessment.
Previous Experience
The Environmental Company, AFCEE Chanute AFB FeasibilityStudy, Rantoul, IL
Assistant Health and Safety Officer
Collected environmental samples
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Maintained and calibrated FIDs and other sampling equipment
Supervised shipments of waste by third-party contractors
Repair Coordinator,December 1998 – July 1999
Kalakala Foundation,HistoricFerryboatRestoration Project, Seattle, WA
Planned and prioritized restoration work for historic ferryboat in Seattle, Washington. Conducted
periodic inspections of the boat and below-deck spaces to meeting U.S. Coast Guard standards. Planned
and supervised restoration work parties.
Environmental Technician,February1996 – July 1998
Environmental Chemical Corporation,Iowa Army Ammunition Plant Remediation,Middletown,IA
Collected samples and maintained on-site archive of analytical data on a large-scale removal of explosives
contaminated soil.
Worked directly from plans to stake earthworks for construction
Provided quality control supervision for concrete, survey, and drilling subcontractors.
Archaeological Technician and ProjectManager, February1994 – April 1995
Universityof Illinois,IllinoisTransportation ArchaeologyResearch Program, IL
Conducted historic and prehistoric site assessments of transportation construction corridors for
transportation improvement programs. Evaluated architecture within project areas for significance and
assessed potential project effects. Surveyed, identified, and recorded historic and prehistoric
archaeological sites. Monitored construction for buried archaeological components. Conducted historic
archival background research for projects and authored project reports for the State Historic
Preservation Office.
Archaeological Technician and Crew Chief, October 1989 – October 1993, April 1995 – January 1996
Office of the Iowa State Archaeologist,Transportation CorridorStudies,IA
Conducted historic and prehistoric site assessments of transportation construction corridors for
transportation improvement programs. Evaluated architecture within project areas for significance and
assessed potential project effects. Surveyed, identified, and recorded historic and prehistoric
archaeological sites. Monitored construction for buried archaeological components. Conducted archival
background research for projects and assembled project reports for the State Historic Preservation
Office.
Soil Conservation Technician,October1993-April 1995
US Soil Conservation Service Johnson CountyField Office, Iowa City, Iowa
Designed and staked for construction wetland habitat areas, contour strip crop systems, agricultural
terrace systems, grassed waterways for rainwater run-off and farm ponds. Supervised construction of
these structures and verified compliance with plans. Conducted wetlands determinations in the field.
Publications & Presentations
Professional Accomplishments
Professional Affiliations
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Discipline Codes
05 Archeologist, Y
11 Chemist, N
24 Environmental Scientist, N
Skill Set
SOCIAL SCIENCE
Archaeology
Cultural Resources
Process knowledge of many industrial processes-foundry, mining, steel fabrication, shipyards and aircraft
construction.
Familiar with historical industrial processes, the “history of technology” and industrial archaeology.
Excels at communicating technical information to a wide range of audiences.
Competent/Qualified Person for:
Confined Space
Scaffolding
Ladders
Hot Work
Excavations
PPE Approval
Ground Fault Protection
Fall Protection
Professional References
Related Company Information
Payroll Number: 502719
Employment Status: Full
Preferred First Name: Andrew
Office Location:
Hire Date: 4/10/00
Years with Other Firms: 15
Years with Current Firm: 13
Total Years' Experience: 28
Supervisor: Shanti Montgomery, Principal Remediation Engineer
Office Phone: (415) 671-2737
Cell Phone: (425) 241-0713
Fax: (415) 671-1995
E-mail Address: andrew.gorman@tetratech.com
Other E-mail Address (if any):
Resume Last Revised: 12/27/2012

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Andrew Gorman resume 2015

  • 1. The contents of this page are proprietary to Tetra Tech. Page 1 of 7 Andrew Gorman Social Scientist Experience Summary Mr. Gorman is a Remediation Scientist with 30 years of professional and field experience in environmental remediation, regulatory compliance, on-site construction safety and cultural resources management. Mr. Gorman is experienced with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) process and is familiar with state and federal regulations pertaining to hazardous waste, cultural resource management and USACE EM-385-1-1. He assists the project Quality Control Manager and has held the USACE Construction Quality Management certification for 9 years. He has worked as an Environmental Inspector on a number of linear construction projects in California and has conducted cultural resources management analyses for a number of proposed development projects in California, including the construction of a 400-mile fiber optic line, various off-right of way fiber optic facilities, and a several of proposed and approved power plant sites. Mr. Gorman has been assigned to the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard site in San Francisco for the last 14 years, filling a variety of roles as the project has developed over time. His variety and depth of experience have provided valuable assistance to all phases of this large and long-term project. He is currently acting as Field Engineer and Site Safety and Health Officer. He also assists the project Quality Control Manager as QC Inspector and has held the USACE Construction Quality Management certification for 9 years. He is responsible for planning and conducting the removal of radiologically impacted storm and sewer drains from areas that also have chemical contamination. Duties include conducting safety briefings for the entire site and individual working groups, directing craft labor in the field, identifying utilities, making daily reports of pipe and drain features removed and area H&S monitoring as needed. He has also runs the site air monitoring program, calibrates environmental monitoring equipment and was in charge of the in-situ groundwater treatment and sampling operations under the NAVFAC Southwest RAC Contract Task Order 001. Mr. Gorman’s work at the Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco has included conducting field analyses of unknown contaminants, conducting and documenting surveys of buildings for possible contaminated areas, and working on regulatory compliance issues for the off-site disposal of multiple waste streams for the same site. He evaluates potential safety hazards before and during the course of construction. He has also supervised the collection of waste items and demolition of contaminated equipment and buildings by craft labor. He ran an offshore water quality and basewide air quality monitoring programs and continues to assist with the basewide air quality monitoring In addition to his work at Hunters Point, he is currently the SSHO for the radiological characterization and final status survey at IR Site 6 at the former Naval Station Treasure Island and has assisted with other projects in the BayArea including former NAS Alameda and Moffett Field. For much of the summer of 2014 he was Lead Sampler, among other roles on a remote project at a former DEW Line and Naval weather station on the Arctic Ocean. Education BA (Bachelor of Arts), Anthropology and Archaeology, Grinnell College, 1985 Registrations/Certifications Training USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors; 2016 10-hour OSHA; ClickSafety; 2007 30-hour OSHA; 2012
  • 2. The contents of this page are proprietary to Tetra Tech. Page 2 of 7 Andrew Gorman Social Scientist Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED; 2015 40 Hour HAZCAT; Haztech Systems; 1999 40 Hour OSHA HAZWOPER; Environmental Chemical Corporation; 1994 8-Hr. HAZWOPER Refresher; Tetra Tech; 2015 Basic Boating Safety Course, Nautical Know-how; NASBLA; 2004 Confined Space Entrant/Attendant; Tetra Tech; 2007 Construction Superintendent Training 100; 2009 Defensive Driving; 2011 Defensive Driving Course; National Safety Council; 2005 DOT/Waste Management; Tetra Tech; 2012 Environmental Safety Supervisor; Tetra Tech; 2004 Fire Protection; Tetra Tech; 2006 Loss Control; Tetra Tech; 2005 OSHA 1910.120 (e)(4) Supervisor Training; Tetra Tech; 2008 OSHA 1910.120 (e)(4) Supervisor Training; Tetra Tech; 2004 OSHA 1910.120 (e)(8) Supervisor Training; Tetra Tech; 2008 OSHA 1910.120 (e)(8) Supervisor Training Refresher; Tetra Tech; 2007 PM-101; Tetra Tech; 2009 PM-201; Tetra Tech; 2009 Preventing Workplace Harassment and Discrimination; ABRA Learning Action; 2013 Procurement Training; Tetra Tech; 2008 Radiation Safety Refresher; 2014 Type II Asbestos Worker; Environmental Chemical Corporation; 1997 8 Hour Lead Awareness; Environmental Chemical Corporation; 1997 USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors; 2011, 2005 Corporation Project Experience Field Technical Lead, 2004 – Present U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Southwest, Remedial Action Contract, Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard Remediation Project, San Francisco, CA Plan and execute excavation of radiologically impacted stormwater and sewer lines. Direct craft during remediation activities. Act as alternate Site Health and Safety Officer. Conduct geophysical surveys and utility locates with subcontractors. Maintain and perform inspections of waste accumulation areas. Act as Cultural Resource Monitor during intrusive activities. Conduct Biological resource surveys of work areas. Maintain inventory of waste soil piles for third-party disposal. Collect chemical and radiological characterization samples. Conduct searches of client and public archives for site drawings and information. Site Safety and Health Officer, September 2014-December 2015 U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Southwest, Remedial Action Contract, Radiological Characterization and Final Status Survey at IR Site 6, Naval Station Treasure Island. Responsible for developing, maintaining, and enforcing program H&S plans; conducting H&S surveillances of field work; reviewing and approving H&S plan changes; conducting daily safety briefings, reporting to the client at weekly QC/BCT meetings, assisting in the production of statement/scope of works, activity hazard analyses, close-out/after action reports, sampling and analysis plans, health and safety plans, and bid proposals; and compiling/ incorporating data and figures for report appendices. Conduct Biological resource surveys of work areas.
  • 3. The contents of this page are proprietary to Tetra Tech. Page 3 of 7 Andrew Gorman Social Scientist Lead Sampler, June 2014- September 2014 U.S. Navy. NAVFAC Atlantic, Remediation Action Contract, Landfill Removal And Freezeback Landfill Construction, Former Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line Station, Point McIntyre, Alaska Conducted environmental sampling at a remote site on the Arctic Ocean, accessible only by boat. Collected, packed and shipped soil and water samples, set sample points using GPS system. Created site drum inventory. Set locations of temporary monitoring wells with GPS and installed the wells themselves. Conducted QC inspections of work activities. Tested and verified Thermistors were working correctly after installation. Collected water samples and field parameters for batch discharge decision process. Assisted with site demobilization. Field Technical Lead, September 2002 – 2004 U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Southwest, Remedial Action Contract, Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard Remediation Project, San Francisco, CA Perform HAZCAT analysis of unknown materials found on closed US Navy base. Responsible for conducting building surveys for areas possibly contaminated by previous industrial activities. Act as on- site waste management specialist. Supervise the collection of waste items and demolition and disposal of contaminated items and structures by craft labor. Assisted with offshore bathymetric and geophysical surveys, pre-construction vibracore soil sampling and water sampling. Planned and supervised recovery of unknown laboratory containers excavated in landfill, which required work under Level B conditions and conducted HAZCAT analyses on these same materials. Planned and supervised removal and mitigation of TSCA PCB-impacted equipment and dielectric fluid from inaccessible industrial areas. Supervised recovery and clean-up of a 77-pound mercury spill and several smaller spills discovered in the course of demolition. Traced and mapped plumbing and drainage system of radiologically impacted six- story industrial building. Managed drummed waste storage area and supervised shipment of same. Work with local excavation contractors, truckers, and material brokers to locate potential sources of clean fill material for project use. Project has very stringent chemistry requirements that have been difficult to meet. Collected samples located a geotechnical laboratory and selected analyses to be run to ensure that material met specifications. Performed initial evaluation and inspection of unknown drums excavated from landfill and supervised recovery and overpacking for disposal. Perform field-lab/field test kit analysis of pre- and post-excavation samples for TPH and PCBs. Ran offshore water quality monitoring program involving four Hydrosonde buoys and collection of daily water samples from up to eight separate locations at two depths. Responsible for calibration and maintenance of Hyrdrosondes. Run high-volume air sampler program. Responsible for maintenance of five sets of samplers, collection of samples, and archiving of data. Operate and maintain site weather station. Write Activity Hazard Analyses for site activities. Act as site biologist, responsible for distributing daily biological reports to project management. Field Technical lead, 2004-May 2006 Defense Fuel Support Point-Ozol,CA Reviewed analytical data from monthly samples taken from pump-and-treat water treatment system at gasoline and jet-fuel impacted government tank farm and pipeline. Reviewed analytical data from semi- annual sampling events involving 27 to 35 wells, plotted potentiometric surface and concentration contours for contaminants of concern, wrote report. Wrote monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual
  • 4. The contents of this page are proprietary to Tetra Tech. Page 4 of 7 Andrew Gorman Social Scientist reports of monitoring and sampling for submission to the client and the Bay Area Water Quality Management District. Submitted reports electronically using State of California Geotracker system. Responded to Underground Service Alert locate requests for an associated 7-mile-long pipeline, including a contractor determined to remove a section of this government owned pipeline. Conducted Gore Sorber” soil vapor sampling in TPH impacted areas. Conducted soil sampling with push probe rig, recorded soil profiles. Supervised installation of monitoring wells, recorded soils data. Conducted safety briefings with drilling subcontractors. Cultural Resource Specialist, August2002-September 2002 Tomen Power UmatillaCounty Windfarm Project, Umatilla County, OR Conducted archival research and prepared written report and “fatal flaw” analysis for proposed wind power project. Cultural Resource Specialist, August2002 Energy Northwest Bateman Windfarm Expansion, Kennewick, WA Performed cultural resource survey in the field for proposed construction of 6 miles of wind turbines and associated powerlines and ancillary facilities. Prepared written report for client and SHPO review Biological Monitor,May2002 - August 2002 North Baja Pipeline,Blythe, CA to Mexico Biological monitor during construction of large diameter high pressure natural gas pipeline passing through a desert area with multiple endangered and threatened species issues including Desert Tortoise and Flat Tailed Horned Lizard Environmental Inspector,December 2001 - May 2002 AT&T/Pfnet Southern California NextGen Fiber OpticSystem, Blythe, CA to Ocotillo,CA Environmental inspector for fiber optic conduit installation program in a desert area with multiple endangered species and cultural resource issues and multiple private, state, and federal landowners. Worked on a daily basis with construction crews; state, local, and federal regulators; alongside project management to ensure compliance with all regulations and project negative impact declaration. Conducted daily safety briefings with Foster Wheeler staff. ArchaeologyMonitor,July2001 - December 2001 CalpineCaliforniaPeakers GilroyPowerplant Construction, Gilroy,CA Acted as archaeological monitor on politically sensitive powerplant construction project. Observed excavation activities for impacts to cultural materials. Acted as liaison between construction workers and Native American Monitors. Excavated human remains for reburial. Environmental Inspector,April, 2000 - October 2000 360 Networks, Incorporated,Northern CaliforniaBackboneFiberOptic ConduitInstallation Project,CA Environmental Inspector for fiber optic conduit installation program between southern Oregon and Sacramento, California. Worked on a daily basis with construction crews; state, local, and federal regulators; and project management to ensure compliance with all regulations and project negative impact declaration from Oregon to Sacramento, California. Conducted archaeological surveys for reroutes. Cultural Resource Specialist, October2000 - June 2001 360 Networks, Incorporated,Off-Right-of-Way FiberOptic FacilitiesInstallation Program,CA Prepared Cultural resource sections for Proponent’s Environmental Assessment for California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and responded to PUC data requests. Conducted field and archive investigations for fiber optic signal regeneration sites at Modesto and Stockton.
  • 5. The contents of this page are proprietary to Tetra Tech. Page 5 of 7 Andrew Gorman Social Scientist Archaeological Monitorand Environmental Inspector,April 2001 - May 2001 360 Networks, Incorporated,Phase II FiberOptic ConduitInstallation,CA Archaeological Monitor and Environmental Inspector for fiber optic conduit installation in the San Bernardino National Forest in southern California. Coordinated communications between construction and USDA Forest Service personnel and worked with crew to ensure compliance with all permits and regulations. Heritage Resource Specialist,January 2001 - May 2002 USDA Forest Service, Cold and Lower Slate DefensibleFuel ProfileZones Environmental Assessments, Plumas National Forest, CA Coordinated with Forest Service Heritage Resource Specialists to develop heritage resource sections of Environmental Assessment for a Defensible Fuel Profile Zone program implemented under the Quincy Library Group and Herger-Feinstein legislation. Heritage Resource Specialist,December 2000 - April 2002 USDA Forest Service, Storrie Post-Fire Restoration Environmental Impact Statement, Lassen National Forest, CA Developed Heritage Resources section for Environmental Assessment for a project to restore land and biotic resources in the aftermath of a major forest fire. Cultural Resource Specialist, December 2000 – Present Calpine-Bechtel JointDevelopment, Russell City Energy Center Application forCertification, CA Prepared cultural resources section for Application for Certification before the California Energy Commission for a 600 MW natural gas-fired combined-cycle merchant power plant. Conducted archaeological field investigations for the proposed site, gas pipeline, and transmission line. Prepared cultural resources inventory and historical background. Cultural Resource Specialist, March 2001 - March 2002 FPL Energy, Tesla Power Plant Project Application forCertification, CA Prepared cultural resources section for Application for Certification before the California Energy Commission for a natural gas-fired combined-cycle merchant power plant in central California. Conducted archaeological field investigations for the proposed site, gas pipeline, transmission line, and water line. Prepared cultural resources inventory and historical background. Cultural Resource Specialist, March 2001 - March 2002 CalpineCorporation,Inland Empire Energy Center, Application forCertification,CA Prepared cultural resources section for Application for Certification before the California Energy Commission for a 600 MW natural gas-fired combined-cycle merchant power plant. Conducted archaeological field investigations for the proposed site, gas pipeline, and transmission line. Prepared cultural resources inventory and historical background. Cultural Resource Specialist, February2001 - May 2001 OnFiberCorporation,Bay Area Build Fiber Optic ConduitInstallation Project,Santa Clara County, CA Prepared cultural resources inventory for urban fiber optic installation project located in Santa Clara County, California. Conducted literature search, field reconnaissance, and cultural resources sensitivity assessment. Previous Experience The Environmental Company, AFCEE Chanute AFB FeasibilityStudy, Rantoul, IL Assistant Health and Safety Officer Collected environmental samples
  • 6. The contents of this page are proprietary to Tetra Tech. Page 6 of 7 Andrew Gorman Social Scientist Maintained and calibrated FIDs and other sampling equipment Supervised shipments of waste by third-party contractors Repair Coordinator,December 1998 – July 1999 Kalakala Foundation,HistoricFerryboatRestoration Project, Seattle, WA Planned and prioritized restoration work for historic ferryboat in Seattle, Washington. Conducted periodic inspections of the boat and below-deck spaces to meeting U.S. Coast Guard standards. Planned and supervised restoration work parties. Environmental Technician,February1996 – July 1998 Environmental Chemical Corporation,Iowa Army Ammunition Plant Remediation,Middletown,IA Collected samples and maintained on-site archive of analytical data on a large-scale removal of explosives contaminated soil. Worked directly from plans to stake earthworks for construction Provided quality control supervision for concrete, survey, and drilling subcontractors. Archaeological Technician and ProjectManager, February1994 – April 1995 Universityof Illinois,IllinoisTransportation ArchaeologyResearch Program, IL Conducted historic and prehistoric site assessments of transportation construction corridors for transportation improvement programs. Evaluated architecture within project areas for significance and assessed potential project effects. Surveyed, identified, and recorded historic and prehistoric archaeological sites. Monitored construction for buried archaeological components. Conducted historic archival background research for projects and authored project reports for the State Historic Preservation Office. Archaeological Technician and Crew Chief, October 1989 – October 1993, April 1995 – January 1996 Office of the Iowa State Archaeologist,Transportation CorridorStudies,IA Conducted historic and prehistoric site assessments of transportation construction corridors for transportation improvement programs. Evaluated architecture within project areas for significance and assessed potential project effects. Surveyed, identified, and recorded historic and prehistoric archaeological sites. Monitored construction for buried archaeological components. Conducted archival background research for projects and assembled project reports for the State Historic Preservation Office. Soil Conservation Technician,October1993-April 1995 US Soil Conservation Service Johnson CountyField Office, Iowa City, Iowa Designed and staked for construction wetland habitat areas, contour strip crop systems, agricultural terrace systems, grassed waterways for rainwater run-off and farm ponds. Supervised construction of these structures and verified compliance with plans. Conducted wetlands determinations in the field. Publications & Presentations Professional Accomplishments Professional Affiliations
  • 7. The contents of this page are proprietary to Tetra Tech. Page 7 of 7 Andrew Gorman Social Scientist Discipline Codes 05 Archeologist, Y 11 Chemist, N 24 Environmental Scientist, N Skill Set SOCIAL SCIENCE Archaeology Cultural Resources Process knowledge of many industrial processes-foundry, mining, steel fabrication, shipyards and aircraft construction. Familiar with historical industrial processes, the “history of technology” and industrial archaeology. Excels at communicating technical information to a wide range of audiences. Competent/Qualified Person for: Confined Space Scaffolding Ladders Hot Work Excavations PPE Approval Ground Fault Protection Fall Protection Professional References Related Company Information Payroll Number: 502719 Employment Status: Full Preferred First Name: Andrew Office Location: Hire Date: 4/10/00 Years with Other Firms: 15 Years with Current Firm: 13 Total Years' Experience: 28 Supervisor: Shanti Montgomery, Principal Remediation Engineer Office Phone: (415) 671-2737 Cell Phone: (425) 241-0713 Fax: (415) 671-1995 E-mail Address: andrew.gorman@tetratech.com Other E-mail Address (if any): Resume Last Revised: 12/27/2012